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  1. Bethlehem

    For a film studded with non-actors, Bethlehem is an impressive first feature from Israeli writer-director Yuval Adler and his Palestinian co-writer Ali Wakad. Even though the film is rooted in political discourse, it plays...

     

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  2. Venus and Serena

    From practicing with used tennis balls on courts with broken glass, to becoming the most recognized stars of tennis, Maiken Baird and Michelle Major’s documentary Venus and Serena shows glimpses of Williams’ sisters childhood,...

     

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  3. What Maisie Knew

    Henry James has long been found on college syllabi as reading requirement for college students all around the US due to his deft command of the English language. The celebrated author can weave intricate...

     

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  4. Step Up Revolution

    As the fourth film in the franchise, the world has already seen Step Up Revolution. It’s basically a rehash of the three movies before it, just set in a different locale, with different stars,...

     

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  5. Bully

    The adage “boys will be boys” has always been a means to ignore aggressive behavior.  The documentary film Bully illustrates what happens when what can be waved away as harmless horseplay becomes something way...

     

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  6. Shame

    Director Steve McQueen’s second feature collaboration with actor Michael Fassbender is just as disturbing in its imagery and silence as McQueen’s Hunger, yet just the opposite in terms of the use of one’s body...

     

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  7. Fireflies In The Garden

    A recurring trend has emerged in the recent cinema: directors have begun to use the medium to heal his/her wounds more than ever in the past. The most recent contribution to this “film therapy”...

     

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  8. 35 Shots Of Rum

    35 Shots Of Rum is one of those films that deal more with the loneliness and separation between its characters than their external relationships.  It’s not preoccupied with exploring exactly how they communicate with...

     

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  9. Adam

    Asperger’s Syndrome is a condition in which one has difficultly reading people’s facial expressions or subtext or irony or sarcasm.  But it is an asset in “Adam,” a film written and directed by newcomer...

     

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  10. Azur & Asmar

    It’s taken three years, but Michel Ocelot’s latest animated feast has reached the U.S.  “Azur and Asmar” was originally released in Europe in 2006 to huge accolades, and deservedly so. The story unfolds with...

     

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