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  • D-Day (NR)

    A documentary about the Normandy invasion, from the PBS series The American Experience. more...
  • Daisy Bates: First Lady of Little Rock (NR)

    Sharon La Cruise directed this profile of Bates, owner and publisher of the Arkansas State Press, who advocated for civil rights and advised the nine black students who integrated Little Rock's Central High School in 1957. more...
  • Les Dames du Bois de Boulogne (NR)

    Robert Bresson's ravishing second feature (1945) relocates a self-contained anecdote from Diderot's 18th-century Jacques le Fataliste in a modern setting, with dialogue by Cocteau, about a jealous woman (Maria Casares), ditched by her lover (Paul Bernard), who takes her revenge by tricking the man into marrying a prostitute (Elina Labourdette). more...
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  • The Damned (NR)

    A fascinating battle between form and content, this 2009 Spanish drama is about historical trauma, but the tone is mellow and open-ended: it's a poem where you'd expect arid prose. more...
  • Damsel
  • Damsel (NR)

    In this fantasy western from Austin brothers David and Nathan Zellner (Kumiko, the Treasure Hunter), Robert Pattinson, affecting a turrible western accent, stars as young Samuel Alabaster, who arrives in a one-horse town searching for the bandits who kidnapped his sweetheart. more...
  • Dancers in the Dark (NR)

    Miriam Hopkins stars in this 1932 melodrama by director David Burton, as a dance-hall singer sought by an array of nefarious characters. more...
  • Dangal (NR)

    In this biographical Indian sports drama, retired wrestler Mahavir Singh Phogat trains his two daughters, who went on to compete in the 2010 Commonwealth Games. more...
  • Daniel Wong (NR)

    A tall Eurasian man in Chicago's Chinatown is glimpsed by a lonely Asian-American woman (Angela Chan) and a gay man preparing to return to Hong Kong (Isaac Leung); both immediately develop crushes on him, though none of the three ever meet. more...
  • An Evening With Dara Birnbaum (NR)

    Technology/Transformation: Wonder Woman (1978-79), commercial spots, gallery installation pieces, and other works by the American video artist. more...
  • Dark Horse (NR)

    In movies like Happiness and Storytelling, Todd Solondz has staged some pretty horrifying courtships, but the one in this seventh feature is surprisingly gentle. more...
  • Dark Shields (NR)

    In this crime drama by Larry Greene, detectives try to solve a murder attempt on a mob boss. more...
  • The Dark
  • The Dark (NR)

    Plenty of filmmakers try to subvert standard horror tropes, but Justin P. Lange, the writer-director making his feature debut with The Dark, actually does a good job of it. more...
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