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The Boy and the World (Brazil) This animated treasure, delivered in old-fashioned 2-D, starts slow and builds steadily as it depicts a rural youngster’s engagement with the wider...
Miss and the Doctors (France) The French title translates neatly as Stick Out Your Tongue, Miss, a much more fitting (and marketable) encapsulation of this wry and tender tale of...
Queen and Country (U.K.) Veteran director John Boorman, now 81, picks up where he left off in career high Hope and Glory, with newcomer Callum Turner as Bill Rohan, a stand-in...
Red Knot (USA/Argentina) Mad Men’s Vincent Kartheiser and indie veteran Olivia Thirlby play newlyweds who spend their honeymoon cooped up on a research vessel heading to...
Trespassing Bergman (Sweden/France) Lovers of Ingmar Bergman and cinema in general cannot afford to miss this highly entertaining look at the late Swedish master’s continuing...
To be a movie released this fall, you really should star Jessica Chastain, Reese Witherspoon, and/or Benedict Cumberbatch; contain a subplot about a romantically dying or missing...
Starring John Lithgow and Alfred Molina. Rated PG. Love is strange. A lot of people take it for a game. And yet the film with this title is far too decorous to use a twangy old...
Starring Emily Foxler. Rated PG. Not coherent in the usual sense, this no-budget sci-fi dramedy is less concerned with being easy to follow than with following various notions...
A documentary by Doug Block. Rating unavailable. Documentary filmmaker Doug Block tends to concentrate on family issues. But to make ends meet, he spent the last two decades...
Starring Wallace Shawn and Julie Hagerty. Rating unavailable. Like many artists, Henrik Ibsen turned more abstract after years of creating relatively accessible “hits”—in his...

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