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  • Leap! (PG)

    In this French-Canadian animation, an orphan travels to Paris and becomes a ballet student at the Grand Opera House. more...
  • Little Men (PG)

    Writer-director Ira Sachs was raised in Memphis before moving to New York City, but you can tell he's a New Yorker now because he's so preoccupied with real estate. more...
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  • Life, Animated (PG)

    Roger Ross Williams directed this documentary showing how animated Disney movies helped a young autistic man to develop reading, writing, and communication skills. more...
  • Love & Friendship
  • Love & Friendship (PG)

    American indie cinema is a rich kid's business, which has never been more evident than in Whit Stillman's modern Restoration comedies (Metropolitan, Barcelona). more...
  • The Lunchbox
  • The Lunchbox (PG)

    The title container is a collection of round tins that can be filled with food, stacked into a column, and locked in place with a vertical handle, which is how they're delivered to office workers in Mumbai from a local restaurant; that novel design was about the only thing remotely engaging about this tedious Indian rom-com. more...
  • The Long Day Closes (PG)

    The 1992 conclusion of Terence Davies's second autobiographical trilogy may not achieve the sublime heights of parts one and two (which comprised 1988's Distant Voices, Still Lives), but it's still a powerful film, possibly even a great one—the sort of work that can renew one's faith in movies. more...
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