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  • Boyfriends and Girlfriends

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    Directed by Éric Rohmer | 103 mins | 1987
    Rohmer uses the amorous misadventures of two girlfriends in the Paris suburbs to test the old proverb “les amis de mes amis sont mes amis” (“the friends of my friends are my friends”) in the final episode of his “Comedies and Proverbs” series. Taking an i...

  • All the Colours of the World Are Between Black and White

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    Directed by Babatunde Apalowo | 93 mins | 2023
    A tender, yearning city symphony that shows the quiet blossoming of romantic love between two men in a society—contemporary Nigeria—that spurns such attachments, Apalowo’s feature debut observes motorcycle courier Bambino (Tope Tedela) and photograph...

  • L'Intrus
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    L'Intrus

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    Directed by Claire Denis | 130 mins | 2004
    One of Claire Denis’s most ambitious, complicated, and exhilaratingly daring films charts an itinerary traveling from the snowy Alps to Korea to Tahiti, following an old mercenary (Michel Subor, from Le Petit Soldat and Beau travail) in search of both a ...

  • Tropical Malady

    Directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul | 114 mins | 2004
    Winner of the Jury Prize at Cannes, this is the movie that gained Apichatpong’s distinctive, dreamy vision a new level of recognition on the international stage. A bifurcated narrative, with no clear connection between the film’s two halves,...

  • Thundercrack!

    Directed by Curt McDowell | 159 mins | 1975
    Written by and co-starring underground legend George Kuchar, McDowell’s pornographic, polymorphously perverse epic is a gaspingly funny, proudly flamboyant camp send-up of the Victorian “old dark house” mystery in which eight horned-up men and women and...

  • The French
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    The French

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    Directed by William Klein | 130 mins | 1982
    “For me, this film encapsulates everything I loved and love about the tennis of that moment; and in the hands of the great and singular William Klein, it is at once a gripping sports page, a fascinating piece of reportage, and a work of art.”

    —Wes Ande...

  • An Experience To Die For

    Movie

    Directed by Kim Ki-young | 95 mins | 1995
    The final completed film by Kim, one of the foremost directors of South Korea’s golden age, this gender-flipped take on Patricia Highsmith’s novel Strangers on a Train sees two women (one of them, Minari’s Youn Yuh-jung) make a deal to bump off one anothe...

  • 35 Shots of Rum

    Directed by Claire Denis | 100 mins | 2008
    “It’s the best father-daughter movie I can think of. And it’s one of the greatest romances, too… The dance sequence to 'Night Shift' by the Commodores is not able to be described. We are witness to the most magical thing that can happen between two peopl...

  • Tarnation

    Directed by Jonathan Caouette | 92 mins | 2003
    A combination of video diary, dysfunctional family scrapbook, found footage documentary, and pop musical elegy, Caouette’s poignant, powerful breakthrough film tells the harrowing story of the filmmaker’s life, covering his mother’s damaging exposure...

  • Millennium Mambo

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    Directed by Hou Hsiao-hsien | 119 mins | 2001
    A seductive submersion into the techno-scored neon nightlife of Taipei, Hou’s much-misunderstood marvel follows an aimless bar hostess drifting away from her blowhard boyfriend and towards a suave, sensitive gangster. A transfixing trance-out of a mov...

  • L.A. Plays Itself

    Directed by Fred Halstead | 55 mins | 1972
    Elliptically edited, narratively experimental, and majestically skeevy, Halsted’s sadomasochistic porno opus of innocence despoiled opens in the elysian fields outside of Los Angeles city limits, then plunges into the hot, hedonistic bowels of the devili...

  • The Hole

    Directed by Tsai Ming-liang | 89 mins | 1999
    It’s the close of the millennium and Taipei has emptied out with the onset of a mysterious virus, but Lee Kang-sheng and Yang Kuei-mei lag behind among the ruins, where maybe a last chance at communication lies through a breach between their apartments...

  • Goodbye, Dragon Inn
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    Goodbye, Dragon Inn

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    Directed by Tsai Ming-liang | 82 mins | 2003
    Like the Royal Theater in The Last Picture Show and the title movie house in Cinema Paradiso, the Fu-Ho is shutting down for good. A palace with seemingly mile-wide rows of red velvet seats, the likes of which you’ve seen only in your most nostalgic dr...