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  • The Waiting

    Silvia leads a life of quiet desperation, working long hours in a factory and taking care of her pain-racked, bedridden mother, with whom she constantly quarrels. more...
  • Wavelength 3-D

    Ben Coonley's 2003 video re-creates and and riffs on Michael Snow's 1967 structural film Wavelength. more...
  • Weird and Wonderful

    The title promises strange new experiences, but many of these short videos seem heavily influenced by earlier works. more...
  • Where the Poets Die First

    This lightweight, plodding Brazilian romantic comedy tries to take us into the mind of a writer, but the mediocre script, broad acting, and sloppy filmmaking make it fairly painful. more...
  • The Whole Ten Yards

    Bruce Willis and Matthew Perry reprise their respective roles as a mob killer and a dentist in this shrill, strained sequel to The Whole Nine Yards. more...
  • Wimbledon

    As romantically entangled tennis stars at the eponymous tournament, Paul Bettany and Kirsten Dunst have the sun-drenched beauty of a couple carved from amber, but no movie can survive on good looks alone. more...
  • With My Children

    Khulile Nxumalo's video documentary looks at a South African family held together by a strong mother; schematic intercutting heightens the contrast between two of her sons, one a go-getter at Microsoft and the other a directionless soul. more...
  • World Trade Opera

    Alain Pelletier's 2003 video matches roughed-up images of urban and rural landscape with the periodic reading of disturbing environmental statistics. more...
  • World Traveler

    A New York architect (Billy Crudup) suddenly abandons his wife and kid and goes on the road, where he encounters a cast of characters straight out of an early-70s film—an alcoholic construction worker, a hitchhiker seeing America, a crazy lady. more...