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  • Pink Ribbons, Inc.

    According to this 2011 documentary by Lea Pool, a woman's likelihood of contracting breast cancer has almost tripled since 1940, which has prompted private organizations like Susan G. Koman for the Cure to take an active role in funding cancer research. more...
  • Portrait of Wally

    In 1997, as the Museum of Modern Art was packing up an exhibition of paintings by Austrian expressionist Egon Schiele, claims surfaced that one painting, Portrait of Wally, had been stolen from the private collection of Lea Bondi, a Viennese Jew, by a Nazi art dealer, and this theft was known to Rudolph Leopold, the prominent collector who had subsequently acquired the canvas. more...
  • Rabies

    Touted as the first Israeli horror film, this debut feature from writer-directors Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado is hardly horrifying, though it seems promising at first. more...
  • Wallander: The Revenge

    Henning Mankell's fictional cop Kurt Wallander has appeared in dozens of novels, theatrical features, and TV movies in Sweden; this 2009 police procedural, made for television but also released to theaters, introduced Krister Henriksson as the surly, aging police captain. more...