The great names in cinema
FRANCE , Switzerland
| 107 minutes | 2017
The insane rantings of a Buddhist monk who’s adept at riling up the crowds. A documentary that uses its source material to examine the roots of evil. In his latest work, the Swiss director, sworn enemy of hatemongering authority figures, points his camera at a prominent Burmese monk: a radical preacher who advocates violence toward the Muslim minority of Myanmar, a country rarely in the news in the West. Using its subject’s own words to condemn him, this skin-crawlingly terrifying documentary features some truly horrific acts of violence. Not for the faint of heart.
The latest bittersweet offering from Finland’s cinematic ambassador won the Silver Bear for best director at this year’s Berlin Festival. Khaled, an...
FINLAND , Germany | 107 minutes | 2017
Highly political film about the meeting between a journalist exiled to France (Karl Marx) and the rebellious son of a wealthy German industrialist...
GERMANY , France , Belgium | 107 minutes | 2017
A fairy tale of intertwined lives, where 1927 meets 1977, by one of American cinema’s most treasured filmmakers. Two kids from different eras, both deaf,...
UNITED STATES | 107 minutes | 2017
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