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In the Shadow of Women

Directed by Philippe Garrel

Philippe Garrel’s romantic drama is an examination of marital infidelity and a freewheeling riff on life, art, and the never

It’s All So Quiet

Directed by Nanouk Leopold

Leopold takes a precise look at solitude and sexuality in this sensitive and delicate film, based on a novel by

Jayne Eyre

Directed by Robert Stevenson

Charlotte Brönte’s gothic 1847 novel about a penniless girl’s resolute journey through life stars Welles as the mysterious, brooding Edward

Je T’Aime, Je T’Aime

Directed by Alain Resnais

Suffering from its canceled premiere at the 1968 Cannes Film Festival and only arriving in the US two years later

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Jules and Jim

Directed by François Truffaut

One of the finest films of the French New Wave, Jules & Jim cemented François Truffaut’s legacy after his unassailable

Kagero-za

Directed by Seijun Suzuki

According to film critic Tony Rayns, Kagero-za “may well be Suzuki’s finest achievement outside the constraints of genre filmmaking.” In

Kiss Me, Kate

Directed by George Sidney

Bright and colorful in the best MGM style, Kiss Me, Kate is an epic battle of the sexes brought to

Kung-Fu Master

Directed by Agnès Varda

Varda’s son Mathieu Demy stars alongside Jane Birkin and Charlotte Gainsbourg in this tender look inside a mother-daughter-boy love triangle

L’Avventura

Directed by Michelangelo Antonioni

Antonioni’s meditation on meaning in modern existence remains an obligatory experience in existential cinema-going. On a yachting trip off Sicily,

Lagaan

Directed by Ashutosh Gowariker

At the height of the British Raj (colonial rule) in the district of Champaner, extreme drought forces a poor village

Last Cab to Darwin

Directed by Jeremy Sims

Rex, a stubborn cab driver, has lived his entire life in the small, outback town of Broken Hill. When he

Laura

Directed by Otto Preminger

Widely hailed as one of the most influential and expertly crafted film noirs ever made, Laura is also one of