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  • Personal Shopper
  • Personal Shopper (R)

    Thematically this is Olivier Assayas's darkest feature since Boarding Gate (2007), though it's much better, owing largely to Kristen Stewart's mesmeric performance as a young Parisian who works as personal shopper to a jet-set model and, in her spare time, communicates with the dead. more...
  • The Promise
  • The Promise (PG-13)

    As the Ottoman Empire mounts a genocidal campaign against its Armenian population, an Armenian woman raised in Paris (Charlotte Le Bon) returns to her native land with her lover (Christian Bale), who works for the Associated Press, and the growing political crisis drives her into the arms of a soulful Armenian medical student (Oscar Isaac). more...
  • Paterson
  • Paterson (R)

    The eponymous New Jersey town proves to be a hotbed of poetry and art in this comedy from writer-director Jim Jarmusch, thanks to his beautifully loony conceit that all ordinary Americans are closet poets and artists of one kind or another (even if they don't always know it). more...
  • Phantom Boy
  • Phantom Boy

    In this moving 2015 animation by Alain Gagnol and Jean-Loup Felicioli (A Cat in Paris), a young cancer patient with the power to leave his body helps a cop whose legs have been broken bring down a criminal mastermind holding New York City hostage. more...
  • The Pearl Button
  • The Pearl Button

    Patricio Guzman, who chronicled the military coup against Salvador Allende in his documentary trilogy The Battle of Chile (1975-'79), has begun, in old age, to process his political experiences through stunning personal essay films about the geography and astronomy of his native land. more...
  • The Paradise Suite
  • The Paradise Suite

    For this 2015 drama from the Netherlands, writer-director Joost van Ginkel interweaves the stories of a Bosnian mother, the Serbian war criminal she's tracking, the Bulgarian model he kidnaps and casts in a sex show, the African immigrant who performs with her, the Swedish conductor who watches them at a tony brothel, and his son (Erik Adelöw in a brilliant debut), a 10-year-old pianist, who spies the Bosnian woman by chance. more...
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  • The Pretty One (R)

    Zoe Kazan plays opposite herself as identical twins in this comedy that turns a sitcom-level gimmick into a darkly funny take on role-playing, desire, and self-actualization. more...
  • The Past
  • The Past (PG-13)

    Iranian director Asghar Farhadi follows his masterful A Separation (2011) with another elaborate moral puzzle, though this one, his first film to be shot in France, is notably devoid of the Islamic fundamentalism that figured so heavily in the earlier drama. more...
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  • Point and Shoot
  • Point and Shoot

    Marshall Curry (If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front) directed and edited this provocative documentary about Matthew Vandyke, a Georgetown University graduate who went to the Middle East in search of adventure and ended up fighting in the Libyan Revolution of 2011. more...
  • The President
  • The President

    In Mohsen Makhmalbaf's political drama The President, the brutal dictator of an unnamed country (the movie was shot mainly in the Republic of Georgia) is deposed in a popular rebellion and goes on the run with his five-year-old grandson. more...
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