Truth-seeking and revenge fuel this Korean classic.
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A fantasy drama about a peculiar Brazilian town.
The routine of a disgruntled 90-year-old atheist in Harry Dean Stanton' final role.
A damning account of a cover-up by the Catholic church in France.
A movie that aims straight for your heart and leaves you broken into a thousand pieces.
Marks the arrival of a new visionary in Chloé Zhao.
A hypnotic piece of slow cinema that disintegrates the boundaries between past and present.
Michelle Williams gives her all as a drifter just trying to make it in America.
James Ivory’s coming-of-age drama examines not only who we fall in love with, but how we choose to love them—tenderly, honestly, wildly.
This snarky take on indie filmmaking features some familiar faces.
An Irish comedy-romance with a smart twist.
A delightful comfort food movie about comfort food.
A neon-soaked noir that drifts deep into a dream world with jaw-dropping relish.
A clever reflection on romantic encounters is a perfect introduction to this South Korean auteur.
The pervasiveness of misogyny and male violence in this black and white flick.
Xavier Dolan brings white knuckle intensity to this taut thriller.
The unknown story of "Iran's Picasso" rescued moments away from his death.
A Vegas dive bar serves up a microcosm of American fears, hopes, and failures..
The rise of our time's best chess player.
How animal rights groups harm Inuit communities.