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  • Rebels of the Neon God

    Tsai Ming-liang's gritty first feature (1992)—about two hoodlums, a roller-rink girl, and a depressed loner whose lives occasionally intersect in the video arcades and love hotels of Taipei—marked the arrival of a major filmmaker. more...
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    Reenactments (NR)

    The two best films in this experimental shorts program burrow into the historical and moral unease inherent in restaging a past event: in Artur Żmijewski’s 80064 (2004) an Auschwitz survivor gets his concentration camp tattoo re-inked, and in Symbionese Liberation Army (SLA) Screed #20 (2003) artist Sharon Hayes recites a Patty Hearst audiotape. more...
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    Return Ticket

    Hou Hsiao-hsien served as executive producer for this slight 2010 drama, which cultivates a strong sense of milieu with its Shanghai setting yet still manages to be about nothing in particular. more...
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  • Romantics Anonymous (NR)

    Benoît Poelvoorde (Man Bites Dog) and Isabelle Carré (Private Fears in Public Places) play a would-be couple who work together at a chocolate factory; both struggle with severe social anxiety, but neither is willing to admit it. more...