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  • Saint Laurent
  • Saint Laurent (R)

    French writer-director Bertrand Bonello is a master at setting a mood and evoking how events play out in memory, though his willful detachment from his subjects makes him an acquired taste. more...
  • Secretariat (PG)

    Like Natalie Wood, actress Diane Lane inhabits roles with the naturalness of someone who's spent nearly a lifetime in front of the camera, and she's the bedrock of this inspirational sports story from Disney. more...
  • The Sessions (R)

    Character actor John Hawkes is often cast as a frightening rustic (Winter's Bone, Martha Marcy May Marlene), but he gives a tender and witty performance here as Mark O'Brien, a writer paralyzed from the neck down who hired a sex surrogate to help him lose his virginity and recounted his experiences in the magazine The Sun. more...
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    Sing Your Song (NR)

    Released in tandem with Harry Belafonte's memoir, My Song, this fascinating 2011 documentary about the entertainer, activist, and humanitarian can hardly be called objective: it was produced by his daughter Gina, includes his own scripted voice-over narration, and skips over recent statements that have landed him in hot water (labeling President Bush a terrorist, referring to Colin Powell and Condoleezza Rice as "house slaves"). more...
  • Snowden (R)

    Laura Poitras nailed the story of Edward Snowden with her Oscar-winning documentary Citizenfour (2014), some of which was shot in a Hong Kong hotel room as she and journalist Glenn Greenwald first met Snowden, a 29-year-old computer contractor, and learned from him that the National Security Administration secretly and indiscriminately collected Internet and telecommunications data from millions of Americans. more...
  • Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe
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    Stefan Zweig: Farewell to Europe

    German novelist and biographer Stefan Zweig was one of the most lionized writers of his day, though his years of international exile during the Third Reich so depressed and demoralized him and his wife that they committed suicide in Brazil in February 1942. more...
  • Steve Jobs
  • Steve Jobs (R)

    Aaron Sorkin's fictionalized screenplay about the tech guru behind Apple boils his life down into three product launches—for the Macintosh in 1984, the NeXT in 1988 (created after the board of Apple forced him out), and the iMac in 1998 (created after his triumphant return to the company). more...