A darkly comic look at precocious teens grappling with sex, excess and alienation. Avoiding the high school party scene and random hookups, Wendy (Amber Tamblyn) and her friends form a clique that claims a more fluid sexuality. Schacter's directorial debut delivers a provocative take on teen romance in this modern promiscuous age. A New Line Cinema Release. | Read MoreDrama and Female Director(s)
A road movie without a road, North is a wry comedy about a former ski champion recovering from a mental breakdown and on a journey to start anew. Having just learned he has a five-year-old son, he hops on his snowmobile with a batch of moonshine, bound for ex-girlfriend's home in Norway's Far North. His oddball encounters along the way make this fresh and original debut both tender and amusing. | Read MoreDrama and Comedy
Dublin 1986. Nora has never kissed a boy, but who has time for that when the arms race is out of control and the world is falling apart? Now two Frenchmen are about to change her life: Antoine, the French exchange student, and Nostradamus, the seer. When Armageddon is this Saturday, is there time to seize the day? | Read More
A diary portrait of underground filmmaker Marie Menken based on the reminiscences of her family and friends. Various interviewees recount stories of how Menken and her husband, filmmaker Willard Maas, became the inspiration for the protagonists of Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? In English. | Read MoreDocumentary
In this dark indie comedy, Matthew Perry stars as Hudson, a love-struck screenwriter suffering from acute depersonalization disorder-which makes chronic depression seem like a walk in the park by comparison. When Hudson falls for the girl of his dreams, he must put himself through every therapy imaginable to win her love.
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