They say opposites attract. What about an Aryan Brother who falls for a black woman who thinks she's Adolf Hitler after their meeting in a mental institution? This seemingly impossible connection is the start of a love story unlike none other. Jeremy Renner and Gabrielle Union star in one of the most original romances of recent times.
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Having grown up in a tiny hardscrabble village in the Mexican highlands, Martin sets out for Mexico City to seek his own destiny, and to save his father and mother from the marginalization to which they seem destined. An impressively crafted and moving first feature.
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This Russian sword-and-sorcery cum horror film sets the the Warriors of Light against the Warriors of Darkness and is based on a trilogy of novels by Sergei Lukyanenko. At home, the film smashed Russian box-office records, and its U.S. distributors are talking about "the new Peter Jackson".
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After a decade of genocidal war, the two wary and cynical sides attempt to make peace, but after all the barbarity the likelihood of revenge still looms. This powerful debut feature by a skilled director with many prize-winning shorts to her credit is set in an imaginary country but real and terrible truths are its central concern. In French, Mooré, and Dioula. | Read More
A young Gestapo officer and a Catholic priest engage in a battle of wills in this thoughtfully written and superbly acted drama of ideas based on the 1945 memoirs of of Father Jean Bernard, a Luxembourg priest, who was one of almost 3,000 clergymen set to hard labor in Dachau. A Kino International release. | Read More
Dublin 1986. Nora has never kissed a boy, but who has time for that when the arms race is out of control and the world is falling apart? Now two Frenchmen are about to change her life: Antoine, the French exchange student, and Nostradamus, the seer. When Armageddon is this Saturday, is there time to seize the day? | Read More
Brothers and native Arkansans Brent and Craig Renaud track the soldiers of an Arkansas National Guard unit as they undergo the forced transformation from "weekend warriors" and leave family and friends behind to head off for the dangerous duty of soldiering full-time in a country they know nothing about - Iraq. | Read MoreDocumentary
The title refers to the studied and quirky passion of Philip Ashforth Coppola's desire to catalogue and archive every station in the New York City subway system. This New Jersey printing press operator self-published and self-financed a multi-volume book that details the design and decoration of New York's 496 subway stations and how the uses of mosaic, faience, terra cotta, tile, and steel make each station its own distinctive place. | Read More
Outerborough explores the narrative power of reframing images from vintage films. Redeploying footage from Across Brooklyn Bridge (1899), Morrison commemorates the iconic 19th-century structure through 21st-century artistic reconsideration.
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