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The Children Act

Family-law judge Fiona Maye (Emma Thompson) routinely makes life-or-death decisions for minors under British law without it becoming personal—until she visits a hospitalized teen (Fionn Whitehead) before ordering a blood transfusion against his religious faith...
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78/52: Hitchcock's Shower Scene

With its 78 camera setups and 52 edits, Psycho's (1960) infamous shower scene is among the most cutting-edge sequences ever put on film...

My Friend Dahmer

Mixing teen comedy with serial killer cinema, this shockingly true story based on Backderf's graphic novel is a thoughtfully terrifying look at unmonitored tendencies and careless interactions combining to forge a serial murderer.

Red Trees

Although a bit slow-moving, this documentary employs a unique perspective and is worth seeing for those with an interest in cinematography and in World War II history.

Searching for the Gold Spot: The Wild After Wildfire

Especially relevant in view of recent widespread fires and of compelling interest to naturalists, the logging industry, land managers, and the general public. Most highly recommended.

Arizona

A housing crisis-set murder...
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The Arbor

This "hybrid documentary" follows three generations of a dysfunctional family in a Yorkshire, England, housing project...
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