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Don’t Be Bad

Directed by Claudio Caligari

Set in the mid-1990’s in Ostia on the outskirts of Rome, Vittorio and Cesare, two men in their early twenties,

Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!

Directed by Russ Meyer

1965 cult classic Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! is a perfect example of both the power of cinematic re-evaluation and the

Gangster Ka

Directed by Jan Pachla

Based on a story by Jaroslav Kmenta, the author of the book Padrino Krejčíř, Gangster Ka tells the story of

Gate of Flesh

Directed by Seijun Suzuki

Part social realist drama, part sadomasochistic trash opera, Gate of Flesh paints a dog-eat-dog portrait of postwar Tokyo. The film

Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai

Directed by Jim Jarmusch

A highly idiosyncratic take on the samurai film, Jarmusch’s tale of a lone, pigeon-keeping hit man (Forest Whitaker) removes the

Goodfellas

Directed by Martin Scorsese

Scorsese’s masterpiece of late-American Dream excess and the decaying effects of a ceaseless lust for money follows Henry Hill (Ray

Gun Crazy

Directed by Joseph H. Lewis

Bart Tare loves guns. After an ill-advised attempt to steal one at age fourteen lands him in reform school and

Hard Eight AKA Sydney

Directed by Paul Thomas Anderson

Anderson’s first feature announced a powerful new voice in American cinema at a time when Quentin Tarantino and the Coen

Heli

Directed by Amat Escalante

Heli works at a car factory and tries hard to provide for his young wife, son, and sister Estela. Twelve-year-old

Hunting Elephants

Directed by Reshef Levi

Nominated for seven Israeli Academy Awards including Best Film, Hunting Elephants is a bank heist caper and coming-of-age tale alternately full

I Alone

Directed by Sho Tsukikawa

Buddy comedies come in many flavors, but few are quite as charming as Tsukikawa’s latest, which pits a mild-mannered corporate

In a Lonely Place

Directed by Nicholas Ray

In this second of two collaborations with Humphrey Bogart, Ray portrays the murderous side of the movie business, Bogart starring