A forgotten entry into Ken Loach's consistently brilliant cinematography.
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Riz Ahmed excels in this piercing drama about a musician losing his hearing. .
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An easy road-trip movie with an abundance of heart.
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A bizarre and hypnotic look at British paganism.
A forgotten masterpiece about growing up Latino in the Lower East Side.
A film that centers family, food, love and the relationships between them. .
The pervasiveness of misogyny and male violence in this black and white flick.
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A collage of delightfully bizarre stories.
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A positive solution-oriented documentary on climate change.