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  • The Secret World of Arrietty (NR)

    Adapted from the British children's book The Borrowers, this 2010 animation feature from Hayao Miyazaki's Studio Ghibli (Spirited Away, My Neighbor Totoro) pulses with feeling for childhood and nature and develops a surprising amount of suspense considering it takes place around a single suburban home. more...
  • Secrets (NR)

    Mary Pickford's last film (1933), directed by Frank Borzage. more...
  • Secrets of a Coed (NR)

    Joseph H. Lewis (Gun Crazy) directed this 1942 crime drama by about a woman whose love of excitement gets her into trouble. more...
  • Seducing Doctor Lewis (NR)

    Agreeable but overlong, this French-Canadian comedy takes place in a remote Quebec fishing village (cue the accordion), whose colorful rustics need to recruit a resident physician so they can attract a factory that will resuscitate the economy. more...
  • Semper Fi: Always Faithful (NR)

    According to this documentary by Rachel Libert and Tony Hardmon, as many as a million people may have been poisoned by the Marine Corps' dumping of carcinogens into the water supply at Camp Lejeune in Jacksonville, North Carolina, between 1957 and 1987. more...
  • Sensualizing the Visual (NR)

    Short works from San Francisco's experimental film scene in the 1960s: Bruce Baillie's Quixote, Tung, To Parsifal, and Gunvor Nelson's Fog Pumas and My Name Is Oona. more...
  • Sentiment (NR)

    Tomas Hejtmanek's 2003 documentary about the great Czech director Frantisek Vlacil is no ordinary profile but a poetic response to a filmmaker's life and art, comparable to Wim Wenders's Tokyo-Ga (1985) or Chris Marker's Une journee d'Andrei Arsenevitch (2000). more...
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  • Separated at Birth (NR)

    Twins born on the South Side live very different lives after being separated at birth in this 2010 drama by Armand Scott. more...
  • Serpent's Poison (NR)

    A college student in Prague (Ilona Svobodova), still grieving over the death of her mother a year earlier, sets off in search of her father, who works at a drilling camp in the Czech countryside. more...
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  • 7 Days (NR)

    Daniel Grou directed this feature about a doctor who tortures and kills his daughter's murderer. more...
  • 7 Days in Slow Motion (NR)

    A movie-obsessed prepubescent in Hyderabad, India, chafes under his mother's insistence that he dedicate his every waking moment to excelling in school. more...
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  • The Seven Samurai (NR)

    Akira Kurosawa's best film is also his most Americanized, drawing on classical Hollywood conventions of genre (the western), characterization (ritual gestures used to distinguish the individuals within a group), and visual style (the horizon lines and exaggerated perspectives of John Ford). more...