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Black Mass

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USA | 2015 | 122 | Scott Cooper

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Johnny Depp stars in a critically acclaimed performance as notorious Boston mobster James Whitey Bulger in this gripping true-life crime drama from director Scott Cooper (Crazy Heart). Co-stars Joel Edgerton, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jesse Plemons, Dakota Johnson, and Kevin Bacon.

Goodnight Mommy

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Austria | 2014 | 99 minutes | Severin Fiala, Veronika Franz

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The Shining meets Dead Ringers in this terrifying and atmospheric thriller about nine-year-old twin brothers who begin to question their mother's identity after she comes home heavily bandaged after cosmetic surgery, leading to a battle of wills with fatal consequences. Official Academy Awards Submission, Best Foreign Language Film.


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China | 2010 | Mikael Håfström

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From Swedish director Mikael Håfström comes this Casablanca-style international thriller set in the ancient Chinese city a week before the attack on Pearl Harbor, and starring an international cast that includes John Cusack, Gong Li, and Ken Watanabe.


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France | 2014 | 91 minutes | Mélanie Laurent

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The second feature from renowned French actress Melanie Laurent, this dramatic thriller follows two high-school girls who form a sudden and intense friendship that, once it begins to sour, turns into all-out psychological warfare.

Gabo: The Creation of Gabriel García Márquez

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Spain | 2015 | 88 minutes | Justin Webster

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This emotional documentary tells the incredible story of Gabriel García Márquez - known as “Gabo” throughout Latin America – a law-school dropout and journalist who grew up in the poverty and violence of northern Colombia, and went on to become the writer of globally celebrated, critically-acclaimed books including "Love in the Time of Cholera" and "One Hundred Years of Solitude."