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  • The Makioka Sisters (NR)

    Kon Ichikawa's 1983 film of the celebrated Tanizaki novel tells the story of four sisters in 1920s Japan, the elder two loyal to old traditions, the younger ones drifting toward Western lifestyles. more...
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  • Mammoth (NR)

    In this somber drama by Lukas Moodysson (Together, Lilya 4-Ever), two different families are nearly destroyed by their pursuit of cash across the globe. more...
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  • Man Follows Birds (NR)

    Noticing a sign of spring in the mountains, and bursting with the enthusiasm of early adolescence, a boy in rural Uzbekistan wakes his neighbors by shouting "The almonds are blooming!" and receives a brutal beating from the men of the village. more...
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  • The Man From London (NR)

    After the more complicated story lines of Satantango and Werckmeister Harmonies, Hungarian master Bela Tarr boils a Georges Simenon novel down to a few primal essentials: a railway worker in a dank and decaying port town witnesses a crime while stationed on a tower and then stumbles into some of the resulting situations. more...
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  • The Man I Love (NR)

    This 1946 film by Raoul Walsh isn't well known in America, though it has a solid reputation in France. more...
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  • The Man Nobody Knew (NR)

    "He was tougher, smarter, smoother, and could be crueler than anybody I ever knew," says Carl Colby of his father, the controversial central intelligence director William Colby, in a voice-over for this fascinating documentary. more...
  • Man of Aran (NR)

    Robert Flaherty, who invented the documentary film with Nanook of the North, details the daily lives of fishermen in a tiny island village 30 miles off the west coast of Ireland. more...
  • The Man on the Balcony (NR)

    Rudolf Gelbard was a Jewish schoolboy in 1942, when he and his parents were transported from Vienna to the Nazi concentration camp Theresienstadt. more...
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    Man Without a Cell Phone (NR)

    Pleasant if inconsequential, this 2011 comedy by Sameh Zoabi tells the story of an elderly Palestinian in northern Israel whose protest campaign against a new cell phone tower grows increasingly farcical, and of his grown son, whose search for a lover is complicated by prejudice against his people. more...
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  • Manhattan Melodrama (NR)

    This 1934 feature was the last movie John Dillinger saw before being gunned down outside the Biograph, and he might have had better luck on both counts. more...
  • Map of the Sounds of Tokyo (NR)

    A humble Tokyo fishwife by day, an elite contact killer by night, and smokin' hot around the clock, lissome and stylish Ryu (Rinko Kikuchi) is hired by an anguished older businessman to whack the hunky Spanish wine merchant (Sergi Lopez, the heavy from Pan's Labyrinth) he blames for his daughter's suicide. more...