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2009 Vienna International Film Festival

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The Messenger

$10.95 | 113 minutes

An Iraq War veteran who just narrowly escaped death in combat struggles with his new post at the Casualty Notification Office in this military drama starring Ben Foster, Woody Harrelson, Jena Malone, and Samantha Morton. Will Montgomery (Foster) has spent his fair share of time in army hospitals, and with just three months to go before&hellip…

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Women Without Men

$29.95 | 99 minutes

Women Without Men, an adaptation of Shahrnush Parsipur's magic realist novel of the same name, is Iranian artist Shirin Neshat's first feature length film. The story chronicles the intertwining lives of four Iranian women during the summer of 1953; a cataclysmic moment in Iranian history when an American led, British backed coup&hellip…

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2004 Vienna International Film Festival

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How Arnold Won the West

$14.95 | 80 minutes

The race for governance of California in 2003 was a milestone in American history, exhibiting a strain of unconventional measures and wacky antics not normally seen in electoral politics. Gray Davis was only a year into his second term when a lobby emerged, spearheaded and funded by Republican Congressman Darrell Issa, to recall his election&hellip&hellip…

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Bright Leaves

$12.95 | minutes

Ross McElwee directs this autobiographical documentary about his family's roots in the tobacco business in North Carolina. Taking a sabbatical from his home in Boston, he offers a culturally interesting history of the South as viewed through the biggest, wealthiest tobacco enterprises. Meanwhile, he examines a Hollywood movie that was&hellip&hellip…

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2003 Vienna International Film Festival

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The Eye

$19.95 | 99 minutes

THE EYE, directed by twin brothers Danny and Oxide Pang, is a Chinese/Thai horror film that focuses on Mun (Sin-je Lee), a cornea-transplant recipient who has been blind most of her life. As Mun adjusts to her newfound sight, she begins to see haunting visions of dead people. As these terrifying visions become more frequent, Mun turns&hellip&hellip…

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2002 Vienna International Film Festival

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I'll Sing For You

$17.95 | 77 minutes

This documentary, presented by Jonathan Demme (STOP MAKING SENSE), paints a low-key, entrancing portrait of African guitar legend Boubacar Traore, known to his countrymen as Karkar, a musician who regularly stirred the spirits of listeners on the radio and the dance floor during the early 1960s after Mali achieved independence. Unfortunately&hellip&hellip…

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1999 Vienna International Film Festival

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Seventeen Years

$23.95 | 85 minutes

Reader Jury of the "Standard"(Honorable Mention)

Living together in a claustrophobic home in a rundown part of Tianjin, China, stepsisters Tao Lan (Lin Liu) and Yu Xiaoquin (Yun Li) are forced to share everything, yet they couldn't have less in common. Tao Lan is a free spirit who is proud of her working-class roots&hellip…

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