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  • Kaili Blues
  • Kaili Blues

    Dreams of the dead weave through this enigmatic drama about a widowed physician who journeys from the Chinese provincial city of Kaili to distant Zhenyuan to find his missing young nephew and deliver a gift to the dying friend of a coworker. more...
  • Kamp Katrina

    In post-Katrina New Orleans, a married couple let the homeless camp in their yard after Mayor Nagin unaccountably closes a park facility. more...
  • Karadima's Forest

    An impressionable young man from a broken home (Pedro Campos) thinks he's found a calling when an influential priest (Luis Gnecco) takes him under his wing, but the priest coerces him into a long-term sexual relationship. more...
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  • Karayuki-san: The Making of a Prostitute

    Kikuyo Zendo, the subject of Shohei Imamura's funny, shocking, and seemingly effortless 1975 documentary, was one of thousands of impoverished Japanese women forced into prostitution and shuttled across southeast Asia in the early 20th century. more...
  • Katyn (NR)

    Andrzej Wajda has spent much of his long career dramatizing major events in Polish history, and this poignant feature depicts the circumstances surrounding the Soviet Union’s massacre of thousands of Polish officers in the spring of 1940. more...
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  • Katzelmacher

    Rainer Werner Fassbinder's second feature (1969) is something like the decanted essence of his work. more...
  • Keane

    Clean, Shaven (1993), the debut feature of independent filmmaker Lodge Kerrigan, follows a schizophrenic back to his hometown, where he hopes to see his daughter. more...
  • Keeping Up With the Steins

    I wasn't looking forward to the prospect of a bar mitzvah comedy in which glitzy Brentwood parents (Jeremy Piven and Jami Gertz) try to outdo their neighbors, with voice-over narration provided by the dubious son. more...
  • Ken Park

    I've never been a fan of Larry Clark's pornographic features about fornicating teenagers. more...
  • Kenny

    Kenny (Shane Jacobson), a foreman for a port-a-potty business in Melbourne, is a working-class philosopher with a heart of gold and a PhD in shit. more...
  • Kes

    In 1969 Ken Loach took time out from an acclaimed television career to direct this quietly powerful narrative feature, a classic of British social realism. more...
  • Khachaturian

    Using a script based on Aram Khachaturian's writings, Eric Bogosian narrates this 2003 portrait of the Armenian composer in the first person. more...
  • Khroustaliov, My Car!

    Alexei Guerman's mad, brilliant sequel to My Friend Ivan Lapshin (1982) was begun when the Soviet Union still existed and completed in 1998 with finishing money from France. more...