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  • The Bear (PG)

    A 1989 adventure story about bears, produced by Claude Berri, directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud (Quest for Fire), and adapted by Gerard Brach from James Oliver Curwood's novel The Grizzly King. more...
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  • Becky Sharp

    Rouben Mamoulian's forgettable 1935 adaptation of Thackeray's Vanity Fair was the first feature to be photographed in the perfected Technicolor process. more...
  • Been Rich All My Life

    Heather Lyn MacDonald's 2005 video documentary profiles the Silver Belles, an octogenarian tap-dance troupe in New York whose members worked as chorus girls in the great Harlem jazz clubs of the 30s. more...
  • La Belle Personne

    A comely, self-contained high school student (Lea Seydoux) transfers to a new school in Paris and is swiftly integrated into a clique of gorgeous, hyperarticulate peers. more...
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  • Beneath the Blindfold
  • Beneath the Blindfold (NR)

    This activist documentary centers on four victims of torture who currently live in the United States: a former child soldier in Liberia's civil war, a Chicago-born independent contractor who'd been detained for three months in Abu Ghraib, and former political prisoners from Guatemala and Colombia. more...
  • Berlin Is in Germany

    Hannes Stahr directed this 2001 feature about a man just released from prison who tries to adjust to a reunified Germany. more...
  • A Berlin Romance

    Gerhard Klein directed this 1956 romance, in which an aspiring fashion model from East Berlin falls for the glitz of the western side of the city, where her boyfriend lives. more...
  • A Better Life

    Dan Kolen and Justin Lansing directed this documentary about the effects of U.S. immigration policy on three Mexican immigrants who relocated to Chicagoland to start new lives. more...