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  • Pandora's Promise (NR)

    The pro-nuclear left grabs the bullhorn in this lively advocacy documentary, which argues that nuclear power is much less damaging to the environment than people think and, given the exponential rise in energy demand, the only credible alternative to fossil fuels. more...
  • Parasite (NR)

    Bong Joon-ho’s Palme d’Or-winning satire is easily the South Korean writer-director’s best film since Memories of Murder (2003), exhibiting the earlier film’s formal control and mounting suspense while incorporating the trenchant insights into class conflict he displayed in Snowpiercer (2013). more...
  • Paul Goodman Changed My Life (NR)

    In this heady documentary, TV footage of left-wing social critic Paul Goodman being interviewed by conservative host William F. Buckley Jr. in 1966 makes one realize how low public discourse in America has sunk since then: despite the men's political differences, their freewheeling discussion, touching on topics from education to pornography, is playful instead of rancorous. more...
  • Peepli Live (NR)

    A broke farmer contemplates suicide on the advice of a local politician in this satirical comedy by Anusha Rizvi. more...
  • Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict
  • Peggy Guggenheim: Art Addict (NR)

    Lisa Immordino Vreeland follows up one documentary about a female art-world luminary (Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has to Travel, which is about the documentary maker's grandmother-in-law) with another, in this case one of the world’s greatest collectors of modern art. more...
  • Penguin Highway
  • Penguin Highway (NR)

    In this irresistible Japanese anime, a solemn fourth-grade science wiz with an intense curiosity about the world in general—and his busty dental hygienist in particular—is thrown together with her over the summer when large flocks of cute penguins suddenly invade his quiet inland town. more...
  • A Place in the Sun (NR)

    George Stevens's overblown, Oscar-laden adaption of An American Tragedy (1951, 122 min.) more...
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  • Polisse (NR)

    French actress Maiwenn (High Tension) cowrote and directed this lively ensemble drama about a close-knit team of police officers in Paris's Child Protection Unit. more...
  • Pontypool (NR)

    The uttering of certain words enables the spread of a zombie virus in this horror feature, adapted from Tony Burgess's novel Pontypool Changes Everything. more...
  • Porto
  • Porto (NR)

    Two brooding expats (Anton Yelchin, Lucie Lucas) meet by chance in Porto, Portugal, and share an intimate night they relive for years afterward. more...