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  • Waterbomb for the Fat Tom Cat

    Smaller kids will probably like Varis Brasla's Latvian-Estonian coproduction, a cute tale of two sisters' well-meaning but occasionally ruinous attempts to straighten out the life of their ill-tempered aunt. more...
  • West 32nd

    An ambitious but naive young lawyer (John Cho of Harold & Kumar fame) takes a pro bono case representing a 14-year-old boy who's accused of having murdered the manager of a “room salon,” or prostitution club, in New York's Koreatown. more...
  • When I'm 64

    A widowed cabdriver and former soccer hooligan (Paul Freeman) strikes up an unlikely friendship with a recently retired Latin teacher (Alun Armstrong), a relationship that has profound repercussions for the cabbie and his family when it appears to be more than platonic. more...
  • Who Never Lived . . .

    Michall Zebrowski stars as a hip young priest who runs afoul of his superiors by ministering to teenage junkies and gets reassigned to Rome. more...
  • Why (Not) Brazil?

    Truth and fiction form a deliberately uneasy mix in Laetitia Masson's pseudodocumentary account of her struggle to adapt a memoir written by friend and real-life French author Christine Angot. more...
  • Wojaczek

    Lech Majewski trains his absurdist gaze on the last days of Polish poet Rafal Wojaczek in this visually arresting but often frustrating 1999 biopic. more...
  • Wolfsburg

    A smug luxury-car salesman finds his personal life thrown into turmoil after he seriously injures a young boy in a hit-and-run accident. more...
  • Women in Love

    Filmmaker Karen Everett reflects on her 15-year struggle to find true love in San Francisco's lesbian community, and though she celebrates unconventional romantic arrangements, her and her friends' personal history makes a better case for monogamy. more...