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Isabel Coixet's Learning to Drive
Alan A. Stone
Michael Almereyda's Cymbeline
Olivier Assayas's Clouds of Sils Maria
Lav Diaz's singular approach to history is liberated from the shackles of business-oriented film.
Truth in the Films of Errol Morris.
Even if the facts are wrong, the feelings in Selma are right.
Patriotism, as brilliant as the gold tridents pounded into a SEAL’s coffin lid, outshines all flaws.
John Turturro's Fading Gigolo.
Catherine Hardwicke’s Thirteen.
Arnaud Desplechin's Jimmy P.
The Beat That My Heart Skipped by Jacques Audiard.
Asghar Farhadi’s A Separation portrays an Iranian divorce under sharia law with sensitivity and pathos.
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