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No is an interesting look at some of Chile’s history with some of the coolest production design around.
Zero Dark Thirty is a well-made effort from Bigelow that lets down some strong actors thanks to Mark Boal’s script that lacks any real semblance of solid character development.
Mark O’Brien was a journalist/poet who was disabled from the neck down due to polio. Already in his 40s, O’Brien decides to no longer be a virgin with the help of a professional sex surrogate.
Back to 1942 chronicles the devastating famine that hit China’s Henan province, which displaced around 10 million people and killed 3 million, right in the middle of the Japanese invasion of China and World War II.
SM-rechter is based on the true story of a Belgian judge who was accused of assault and battery against his wife, after she confesses to him that she would like to be dominated and they begin their sado-masochistic relationship.
Ron Fricke delivers another gorgeous documentary that allows us to travel the world and experience new things, even if it is a little preachy sometimes.
Steven Spielberg’s latest proves to be a reserved, timely biopic of Abraham Lincoln’s last few months as President of the United States.
In 2009, Ugandan politician David Bahati introduced a draconian bill that would make homosexuality in the country punishable by death. Moreover, anyone who knowingly harbored a lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender person — or “kuchu” — would also be held criminally accountable.
Stéphane Carrel follows fashion designer Paul Smith to explain the idea of “maximizing Britishness,” which is the backbone of the brand he’s built for decades.
José Henrique Fonseca’s film deals with Heleno de Freitas’ troublesome personality and downfall in the late 40s.