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  • A Wife's Heart (NR)

    Mikio Naruse directed this 1956 drama about a woman (Hideko Takamine) struggling to raise money to open a coffee shop. more...
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    The Wild Hunt (NR)

    The phenomenon of live-action medieval role-playing games has already generated two documentaries—Darkon (2006) and Monster Camp (2007)—which definitely blunts the sword-edge of this Canadian drama. more...
  • Wild Ocean (NR)

    A large-format nature documentary shot off the coast of South Africa, featuring large sharks, seabirds, and other marine predators feasting on the “spectacular” annual migration of billions of sardines. more...
  • Wild River (NR)

    The Tennessee branch of the Mississippi, that is, where TVA agent Montgomery Clift is faced with the job of evicting a matriarch (Jo Van Fleet) from her family island in order to complete a dam project. more...
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  • Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow? (NR)

    In the opening minutes of this Taiwanese comedy, an elderly optometrist announces his retirement and then, standing in the street outside his shop, opens his umbrella and floats away like Mary Poppins. more...
  • Windfall (NR)

    A full-throated attack on wind energy, this feature by Laura Israel is one of the most surprising (and depressing) eco docs I've seen in years. more...
  • The Window (NR)

    Adapted by Mel Dinelli from a Cornell Woolrich story, this taut 1949 thriller is one of the most underrated B pictures of the 40s, perhaps because neither its director (Ted Tetzlaff) nor its stars (Bobby Driscoll, Barbara Hale, Arthur Kennedy, Ruth Roman, and Paul Stewart) are strong calling cards today. more...
  • Winnebago Man (NR)

    In 2006 documentary maker Ben Steinbauer went looking for Jack Rebney, the RV pitchman whose uncontrolled temper and unabashed profanity in a 1988 video blooper reel had made him a YouTube legend. more...
  • Winston Churchill: Walking With Destiny (NR)

    Produced by the Simon Wiesenthal Center, in cooperation with the U.S. State Department's Office of Holocaust Issues, this solemn historical documentary by Richard Trank names British prime minister Winston Churchill "the greatest figure of the 20th century" for his role in defeating Hitler. more...
  • Winter's Bone (NR)

    Writer-director Debra Granik made her feature debut with Down to the Bone (2004), a stark working-class drama with Vera Farmiga giving a breakout performance as a coke-addicted young mother. more...
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