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  • So Dark the Night (NR)

    Joseph H. Lewis is best known for his burning, violent film noir Gun Crazy, but this 1946 production is equally impressive in a different mode—that of moody, hallucinatory expressionism. more...
  • So Ends Our Night (NR)

    Director John Cromwell follows the plights of three German refugees in this 1941 adaptation of Erich Maria Remarque's novel Flotsam. more...
  • So Young 2 (NR)

    Zhou Tuo Ru directed this Chinese romance in which a couple are reunited after living apart for years. more...
  • Sofia and the Stubborn Man (NR)

    Plenty of filmmakers have employed fairy-tale trappings to tell stories about emotionally stunted adults, but in this Colombian feature the approach feels warranted: had the story been presented any other way, it might have been unwatchably sad. more...
  • The Soft Skin (NR)

    Francois Truffaut's fourth feature, La peau douce (1964), was widely criticized when it first came out as a comedown from his first three (which it is in certain ways) and as a banal, conventional melodrama about bourgeois adultery (which it isn't, despite some familiar aspects). more...
  • Some Girls Never Learn (NR)

    Chicago writer-director Jerzy Rose professes an interest in the glamor and repressed sexuality of classical Hollywood, which registers in this debut feature as a Lynch-like mix of florid imagery, deadpan humor, and obscurely Freudian situations. more...
  • Son of Cain
  • Son of Cain (NR)

    This Spanish genre item (2013) recalls such postwar Hollywood thrillers as Alfred Hitchcock's Spellbound and Otto Preminger's Whirlpool, grounding its pulpy story in serious discussions of psychoanalysis. more...