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The Current Debate: Sharp Politics in "Get Out"

Critics have responded to the racial politics of Jordan Peele's new horror movie.
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Berlinale 2017. The Concrete Foundations of Greed

The Chinese animation "Have a Nice Day" is a tongue-in-cheek rat race of small-time crooks chasing down an enticing bag of money.
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Italian Psycho: Close-Up on Elio Petri’s "Investigation of a Citizen Above Suspicion"

Elio Petri's Academy Award-winning satiric policier skewers fascism: its ugliness, its methods, its social and political interests.
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Essence of Time: The Early Documentaries of Sergei Loznitsa

Exploring MUBI's retrospective of the early films that lay the groundwork for the Ukrainian director's uncompromising style.
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Back in the New York Groove: Alex Ross Perry Discusses "Golden Exits"

An interview with the American independent director about his vigorous, provocative and brilliant Brooklyn drama.
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89th Academy Awards. Winners

And the winners are…
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Giallo Norms and Deviations: Close-up on "Deep Red" and "The Strange Color of Your Body’s Tears"

Once a genre peaks with its best film, where does a filmmaker go from there?
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Running the Maze: "Arrival" and the Cinema of Denis Villeneuve

The Oscar-nominated science fiction film is an unsettling crowd-pleaser and the saddest happy blockbuster of the year.
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Berlinale 2017. Discompassionate Acts of Compassion

Aki Kaurismäki’s new film about a Finn and a Syrian refugee projects a worldview that is more than simply empathetic, but virtuous.
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"Les hautes solitudes": A Film at Wit’s End

Philippe Garrel's rare 1974 silent portrait film, with Jean Seberg, Nico, Tina Aumont and Laurent Terzieff, is seeing a restored release.
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Berlinale 2017. Elemental Poetics

A sensorial perspective on traversing the Sonoran desert, "El Mar La Mar" is a testimony of the experience of crossing national borders.
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Review: Don't Drink the Water—Gore Verbinski's "A Cure for Wellness"

The director's followup to his flop "The Lone Ranger" is a puzzle picture, a conspiracy thriller and a kind of baroque classical nightmare.