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  • Salmon Fishing in the Yemen (PG-13)

    Lasse Hallstrom, director of such middlebrow touchstones as Chocolat (2000) and The Cider House Rules (1999), brings his art-house honey to this limp adaptation of a comic novel by Paul Torday. more...
  • Samba
  • Samba (R)

    Though a considerable box office success in France, The Intouchables (2011)—a dramatic comedy about a wealthy, white quadriplegic who bonds with his poor, black caregiver—inspired an impassioned cultural backlash. more...
  • The Science of Sleep (R)

    Michel Gondry, known for his music videos and his collaborations with screenwriter Charlie Kaufman (directing Human Nature and cowriting and directing Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind), debuts as a full-fledged writer-director with this charming 2006 comedy. more...
  • Serious Moonlight

    Murdered by a home invader in 2006, actress-writer-director Adrienne Shelly received a fitting artistic memorial when her last feature, Waitress (2007), was posthumously released to glowing reviews. more...
  • Sex Is Comedy (R)

    An amalgam of the highbrow and the hard-core, Catherine Breillat's films embody her obsession with sex and the right way to shoot it. more...
  • She's Having a Baby

    Kevin Bacon plays Jake Briggs, a young man terrified of marriage and even more frightened by the fact that his wife Kristy (Elizabeth McGovern) is pregnant. more...
  • Silver Linings Playbook (R)

    Following a detour into heavy drama with The Fighter, David O. Russell returns to his distinctive brand of neurotic screwball comedy, and like his early features Spanking the Monkey (1994) and Flirting With Disaster (1996), this one somersaults giddily from sanity to insanity to sanity again. more...
  • The Skeleton Twins
  • The Skeleton Twins (R)

    SNL veterans Kristen Wiig and Bill Hader play fraternal twins scarred by their father's suicide years earlier and each contemplating the same exit route; after the gay brother is narrowly rescued from a bloody bath in Los Angeles, his sister invites him to convalesce with her and her new husband in New York. more...