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  • Encounter Point

    If Israel and Palestine ever achieve a lasting peace, it will likely be cemented by the kind of people interviewed in Ronit Avni and Julia Bacha's remarkable 2006 documentary. more...
  • Encounters at the End of the World

    Werner Herzog is a stranger in a strange land as soon as he gets out of bed in the morning: in this travelogue of Antarctica, his perverse curiosity and zest for the harshest extremes of nature transform what might have been a standard TV special into an idiosyncratic expression of wonder. more...
  • End of the Century: The Story of the Ramones

    Singer Joey Ramone, bassist Dee Dee Ramone, and guitarist Johnny Ramone died in such quick succession that their demise almost seemed staged, as if some celestial voice had counted off "1—2—3—4!" This 2003 profile by Michael Gramaglia and Jim Fields follows the punk pioneers from their early days as glue-sniffing losers in Queens to their epochal debut at CBGB in 1974 and through their 22-year career as one of the world's most beloved and influential rock bands. more...
  • The End of the Line

    British filmmaker Rupert Murray (Unknown White Male) and journalist Charles Clover collaborated on this troubling adaptation of Clover's book about the world’s dwindling fish population. more...
  • The End of the Tour
  • The End of the Tour (R)

    Adapted from David Lipsky's book Although of Course You End Up Becoming Yourself, this moving, morally engaged drama chronicles the five-day road trip that Lipsky, then a staff writer for Rolling Stone, took with novelist David Foster Wallace in 1996 as the latter embarked on a reading tour for his just-published opus Infinite Jest. more...
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  • End of Watch (R)

    I'm not sure who appointed David Ayer poet laureate for the LAPD, but at least he takes the job seriously; along with the usual mean-streets bluster and brutality, his cop-thriller screenplays (Training Day, Dark Blue) conscientiously record the hardening effects of a thankless and frequently pointless job. more...
  • Enemies of the People (NR)

    Veteran Cambodian journalist Thet Sambath spent more than ten years interviewing members of the Khmer Rouge, from foot soldiers to Pol Pot's second-in-command, who took part in the extermination of more than two million civilians in the 1970s. more...
  • L'Enfant

    Few contemporary filmmakers can tell a story as well as Jean-Pierre and Luc Dardenne, whose gripping features all take place among marginal people in a nondescript French-Belgian industrial city. more...
  • Les enfants terribles

    Jean Cocteau selected Jean-Pierre Melville to direct the 1949 film version of his novel on the basis of Melville's only previous film, Le silence de la mer. more...
  • The English Surgeon

    This carefully observed BBC documentary (2007) profiles Henry Marsh, a London neurosurgeon who travels to Ukraine annually to volunteer his expertise. more...
  • Enron: The Smartest Guys in the Room

    Based on Bethany McLean and Peter Elkind's nonfiction book The Smartest Guys in the Room: The Amazing Rise and Scandalous Fall of Enron, this absorbing and intelligent documentary by Alex Gibney presents the chronology and major characters of one of the greatest corporate swindles in U.S. history. more...
  • Enter the Void (NR)

    French director Gaspar Noe has kept a pretty low profile since his 2002 drama Irreversible, notorious for its brutal nine-minute anal rape scene. more...
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