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A star medical examiner is called to Brasilia, the administrative capital of Brazil, to confirm the identity of a beautiful, young congressional aide's dead body. But his scientific rigor soon leads him to details of a multi-layered political scandal. This wild thriller by Cinema Novo pioneer Nelson Pereira dos Santos is a hallucinatory meditation on governmental corruption. | Read More
In this bold and thought-provoking documentary about suicide and its complex aftermath, Steel spends from dusk until dawn filming the Golden Gate Bridge everyday for a year, capturing nearly two dozen suicides that occurred in 2004. Intercut with these frightening leaps are interviews with the family and friends of the deceased. | Read MoreDocumentary
A family's black sheep (Scott Cohen), once imprisoned and now on parole, returns home to Brooklyn after 15 years. But his return home packs more surprises than he bargained for. His brother has died, his father (Judd Hirsch) and sister-in-law don't trust him, and the family business is on the brink of being sold. | Read MoreDrama
London, 1975. Conjoined twins with a creepy, crypto-erotic bond take the burgeoning glam/punk scene by storm in this wrenching adaptation of Brian Aldiss' novel. Luke and Harry Treadway deliver searing performances as two very different parts of one fatally compromised whole, and the film and its music will stick with you for days. | Read MoreDrama and Music
In this post-modern Odd Couple, Wills rents out a room in Burke's house, and the two form an uncommon friendship. Wills is a lazy free spirit and Burke is a depressed loner. This exquisite gritty black-and-white film laces humor into a dark drama of two opposites as one moves forward in life while the other begins a downward spiral. | Read MoreDrama
This visually powerful documentary explores the horrific abuses enacted on Native Americans throughout history, abuses which meet the U.N.'s definition of genocide. Today, reservations rank in the bottom of the nation for quality of life, and in the top for suicide. The Canary Effect forces us to confront this uncomfortable history. | Read MoreDocumentary