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  • Tchindas

    Tchinda Andrade, an outspoken transvestite living on the Cape Verdean island of São Vicente, casts such a large shadow over the local culture that other gay men on the island are referred to as "Tchindas." more...
  • La Tirisia
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    La Tirisia

    This derivative Mexican art film reduces the recent breakthroughs of Carlos Reygadas (Battle in Heaven, Silent Light) and Gerardo Naranjo (Miss Bala) to a series of stylistic tics. more...
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    Tanta Agua

    The title of this low-key Uruguayan comedy translates as "too much water," which also sums up its central running gag. more...
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    Terms and Conditions May Apply

    Cullen Hoback directed this documentary about phone and online surveillance in the wake of 9/11 and the Patriot Act, arguing that, thanks in part to the loose privacy policies of sites like Google and Facebook, the Internet has become nothing more than a massive government spy tool. more...
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    2 Days in New York (R)

    In Julie Delpy's screwball comedy 2 Days in Paris (2007), a Frenchwoman living in New York (Delpy) brings her neurotic boyfriend (Adam Goldberg) home to meet her fractious family; in this sequel the family returns the favor, dropping in on her in Brooklyn, though by this time she's with a new guy (Chris Rock) who has to tolerate their uninhibited behavior. more...
  • Trishna (R)

    Thomas Hardy's novel Tess of the D'Urbervilles, about a poor country girl swept away and broken by modern life, has been transplanted from 19th-century England to 21st-century India by the prolific and adventurous Michael Winterbottom (24 Hour Party People, Tristram Shandy, A Mighty Heart, The Killer Inside Me). more...
  • The Tree That Grows on the Wall
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    The Tree That Grows on the Wall

    This Argentinean documentary (2012) was directed by Tomas Lipgot, but its most illuminating moments come from footage shot by its subject: Jack Fuchs, an 88-year-old Holocaust survivor born in Poland but now living in Buenos Aires. more...
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    Total Badass (NR)

    Had Chad Holt been born in Europe 200 years ago, he might have become a great Romantic poet; but as a denizen of contemporary Austin, Texas, he's funneled his libertine intelligence into vulgar zines and hardcore bands with names like Früntbutt. more...
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    Triumph67 (NR)

    First-time director Dan Tanz hangs this low-budget drama on one of the oldest tricks in the independent filmmaker's playbook: to overcome the inexperience of his actors, he has them sit around for most of the movie, then reveals near the end that they're all mourning a shared trauma. more...
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    Tehran, Tehran (NR)

    Iranian filmmakers Dariush Mehrjui (Hamoun) and Mehdi Karampour direct an episode apiece for this two-part dramatic anthology about the title city. more...
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    Transylmania

    The current vogue for all things vampiric is ripe for a satirical drubbing, but this repulsive comedy is part of the problem, not the solution. more...
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    Three Days With the Family (NR)

    Tolstoy's dictum that "each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way" is severely tested by this rote domestic drama about an emotionally stunted upper-bourgeois Catalan clan, uneasily reunited by the death of its less-than-lovable patriarch. more...
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