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Nothing But a Man

$21.95 | 92 minutes

Abbey Lincoln and Ivan Dixon star in Michael Roemer's lyrical film about a young black couple struggling to live and love with dignity. Alabama, circa 1960. Duff's a brawny, handsome man who's been working as a railroad lineman for longer than he'd like to remember. When he meets Josie, a comely, serene school teacher, love blossoms…

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Promised Lands

$23.95 | 87 minutes

Journalist Susan Sontag made this film as a photographic essay on the State of Israel and a recent war which took place there. In it, she meditates on the current (1974) situation of the country and its people and her feelings about Israel and its future…

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Salo, Or The 120 Days Of Sodom

$34.95 | 112 minutes

Pier Paolo Pasolini's notorious final film, Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom, has been called nauseating, shocking, depraved, pornographic . . . it's also a masterpiece. The controversial poet, novelist, and filmmaker's transposition of the Marquis de Sade's 18th-century opus of torture and degradation to 1944 Fascist Italy remains&hellip…

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Sumurun

$23.95 | 103 minutes

Ernst Lubitsch's 1920 feature was first released in the U.S. under the name ONE ARABIAN NIGHT. This exotic spectacle stars Jenny Hasselqvist (The Saga of Gösta Berling) as Sumurun, a rebellious member of a harem who has committed the greatest of sins: she has rejected the old sheikh and instead fallen in love with a charming cloth merchant&hellip…

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The 400 Blows

$17.95 | 99 minutes

Director François Truffaut's first feature film, THE 400 BLOWS, is a landmark in French cinema. Antoine Doinel (Jean-Pierre Léaud) is a 13-year-old boy who can't seem to do anything right. His parents yell at him and then bribe him for his love and his promises to work harder in school. Meanwhile, his schoolteacher is out&hellip…

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The Academy Collection

$157.95 | minutes

This collection of Academy Award winners and nominees in the Best Documentary section includes: FROM MAO TO MOZART, MAYA LIN: A STRONG CLEAR VISION, MURDER ON A MONDAY MORNING, SCARED STRAIGHT, CHILDREN UNDERGROUND, GENGHIS BLUES, NADJA SALERNO-SONNENBERG: SPEAKING IN STRINGS, PAUL TAYLOR: DANCEMAKER, REGRET TO INFORM, SOUND AND FURY&hellip…

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The Atomic Cafe

$19.95 | 88 minutes

A hilarious, harrowing collection of government propaganda films intended to "educate" the public about nuclear war. Among the featured shorts are Burt the Turtle showing school children how to "duck and cover," a happy family going about its daily routine in a fallout shelter, and several army training films&hellip…

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The Graduate

$11.95 | 106 minutes

Dustin Hoffman is the college graduate who has an affair with a married woman (Anne Bancroft) but falls in love with her daughter (Katharine Ross)…

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The Josephine Baker Collection

$47.95 | 255 minutes

SIREN OF THE TROPICS: Legendary performer Josephine Baker makes her feature film debut in this silent from 1927. Filmed around the time that Baker was becoming famous in Paris as a Folies Bergère star, SIREN OF THE TROPICS tells the story of Papitou (Baker), a young native girl who falls for a refined young gentleman named Andre, who&hellip…

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The Naked City

$34.95 | 96 minutes

Master noir craftsman Jules Dassin and newspaperman-cum-producer Mark Hellinger's dazzling police procedural, The Naked City, was shot entirely on location in New York. The story is based on facts about a young woman who is brutally murdered in the streets of New York City and the subsequent manhunt for her killer, who eventually leads&hellip…

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