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  • On the Line (NR)

    In this Ecuadoran drama, a single mother spends a chaotic afternoon juggling myriad work and personal responsibilities while her 13-year-old son faces expulsion from school after acting up one too many times. more...
  • On the Shoulders of Giants (NR)

    Jamie Foxx narrates the story of the Harlem Renaissance (also known as the New York Renaissance), an all-black basketball team formed in the mid-1920s. more...
  • Once Upon a Time in Anatolia (NR)

    The title conjures up Sergio Leone, but this Turkish drama by Nuri Bilge Ceylan (Three Monkeys) has more in common with an actual bedtime story, in that you may be asleep before it's over. more...
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  • 100 Voices: A Journey Home (NR)

    This musical documentary by Matthew Asner and Danny Gold focuses on Jewish culture in Poland, including the history of cantorial music. more...
  • One Kine Day (NR)

    Chuck Mitsui's debut feature is the dreary, predictable story of a 19-year-old Hawaiian skateboarder (bland newcomer Ryan Greer) whose 15-year-old girlfriend is pregnant with his child. more...
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  • One Life (NR)

    A nature documentary on the life cycles of animals, directed by Michael Gunton and Martha Holmes and narrated by Daniel Craig. more...
  • One Lucky Elephant (NR)

    Michael Webber's documentary The Elephant in the Living Room (2010) makes such a powerful case against private ownership of exotic wild animals that this portrait of circus owner David Balding and his beloved elephant Flora seems sentimental by comparison. more...
  • One Million Years B.C. (NR)

    Raquel Welch in a strategically upholstered bikini gets to fight the dinosaurs and other anachronistic beasties in this anthropologically dubious reworking of the 1940 Hal Roach/D.W. Griffith prehistoric potboiler (alas, no Victor Mature in this one). more...
  • One Rainy Afternoon (NR)

    Ida Lupino stars in this 1936 screwball comedy from an unlikely auteur, the arch-pictorialist Rowland V. Lee (Zoo in Budapest, Son of Frankenstein). more...
  • One Two One (NR)

    In this Iranian drama by Mania Akbari, a woman injured in a car accident comes to terms with her lost beauty. more...
  • Onibaba (NR)

    A creepy, interesting, and visually striking 1964 feature by Kaneto Shindo, set in the 16th century in the midst of a civil war, about two poor women who live in the marshes and support themselves by luring wounded samurai to their deaths and then selling their possessions. more...