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  • Quai des Orfevres (NR)

    The skillful writer-director Henri-Georges Clouzot is mainly known for his corrosive misanthropy. more...
  • Queen: A Night in Bohemia (NR)

    In celebration of the 40th anniversary of the record-breaking Queen hit, "Bohemian Rhapsody," this restored concert event showcases the first ever live-recording of the hit and includes a never-before-seen documentary featuring archive footage and interviews with all four members of the band. more...
  • Queen to Play (NR)

    Sandrine Bonnaire puts her exquisite frown to good use as a hotel cleaning woman in Corsica who finds fulfillment and self-respect when she learns to play chess. more...
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  • The Quiet Man (NR)

    John Ford's 1952 Oscar winner is a tribute to an Ireland that exists only in the imaginations of songwriters and poets like Ford, a fairy green place where people really do say "faith and begorrah." more...
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  • Quill: The Life of a Guide Dog (NR)

    Naturalistic pet movies are a popular genre in Japan, though they rarely win theatrical distribution in the U.S. This 2004 family drama follows a Labrador retriever from birth to death, focusing on his "career" as a seeing-eye dog, and while it contains many of the cutesy-poo flourishes you'd expect (treacly music, dog reaction shots), it's surprisingly unsentimental in its depiction of people with disabilities, and the scenes of guide-dog training are informative. more...
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