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  • A Dark Place
  • A Dark Place

    Part psychodrama, part murder mystery, this aptly retitled indie (formerly known as Steel Country) stars Andrew Scott as a developmentally disabled single father in a sleepy rust belt Pennsylvania town who suspects that the drowning of a local youngster was no accident. more...
  • Detective Chinatown (NR)

    This Chen Sicheng-directed comedy-mystery tells the story of a man who, after being rejected from the police academy, travels to Bangkok, where he and a distant relative must solve a murder. more...
  • The Double Hour (NR)

    The neatest thing about Giuseppe Capotondi's debut feature is how it reverses the mechanics of most crime movies: the criminal activity (which includes murder, robbery, and identity forging) is presented coldly and matter-of-factly, while the mundane moments are made to seem tense with possibility. more...
  • Dark Water (PG-13)

    Hideo Nakata directed this Japanese horror film (2002) about a divorced mother and her young daughter who move into an apartment plagued by supernatural occurrences. more...
  • Devil in a Blue Dress (R)

    Carl Franklin (One False Move) directs his own adaptation of a Walter Mosley mystery novel set in Los Angeles in 1948. more...