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  • A Difficult Life

    Alberto Sordi as a former resistance fighter come on hard times in the crass consumer 60s. more...
  • Dolls

    Elderly toy-making couple turn tiny terrors loose on visitors to their old gothic mansion. more...
  • Double Agent 73

    Undercover agent with silicone-inspired bustline uses surgically implanted camera to trap dope smugglers. more...
  • Down by Law (R)

    Jim Jarmusch's Stranger Than Paradise follow-up (1986), about three small-time cons (John Lurie, Tom Waits, Roberto Benigni) who bust out of jail, only to find that life on the outside isn't any more interesting than life indoors. more...
  • Down Twisted

    LA waitress gets new job as marketing assistant, immediately finds self involved in romance, danger, and confusion. more...
  • Dragnet

    Dan Aykroyd and Tom Hanks are LA police detectives out looking for the facts in this 1987 parody update of the Jack Webb TV series. more...
  • Duet for One

    Andrei Konchalovsky's adaptation of Tom Kempinski's stage play, about a concert violinist (Julie Andrews) whose career is cut short by a crippling disease. more...
  • The Durango Kid

    Charles Starrett, a little remembered cowboy hero of 40s second features, stars in this 1941 Columbia oater about a masked protector of peaceful homesteaders who takes on some trouble-making cattlemen. more...
  • Dust

    A Greek journalist learns that his father, revered during the civil war as an anticommunist, may still be alive. more...
  • 84 Charing Cross Road

    Adaptation of the James Roose-Evans play, based on the correspondence of an American woman and a genteel Britisher. more...
  • Elena et les Hommes

    Recut and retitled Paris Does Strange Things for its American release, Jean Renoir's period sequel (1956) to his equally colorful French Cancan argues for a vision of the past as luminous sensory remembrance. more...
  • The Emerald Forest

    Powers Boothe as an American engineer who spends ten years looking for his son kidnapped by a tribe of Amazon Indians. more...
  • Empty Quarter

    An autobiographical fantasy from French photographer-documentarist Raymond Depardon (Reporters, Faits divers), about a photojournalist traveling in North Africa who becomes voyeuristically obsessed with an enigmatic young woman. more...