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2007 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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Kadosh

$23.95 | 117 minutes

BSFC Award(Best Documentary)

With KADOSH (meaning Sacred) director Amos Gitai paints a powerful picture of the ultra-Orthodox Jewish community in Jerusalem's isolated Mea Shearim district. KADOSH follows two sisters through two events initiated by the community's Rabbi: an arranged marriage and an arranged divorce. Although Malka&hellip…

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2004 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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Being Julia

$7.95 | 104 minutes

BSFC Award, Best Actress(2nd Place)

As she enters her early 40s, London theater actress Julia Lambert (Annette Bening) starts having a nervous breakdown. She still rules the West End, but is growing too old for ingenue parts. When Tom Fennell (Shaun Evans), an adoring lad half her age, comes into her life, a clandestine affair&hellip…

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2003 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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Capturing the Friedmans

$26.95 | 107 minutes

Best New Filmmaker
Best Documentary

Watching Andrew Jarecki's riveting non-fiction drama is like watching a slow-motion replay of a multi-car pileup; you know it's headed for disaster, but there's no way you can stop watching. On the surface, the Friedmans were a typical 1980s American family. Living in Great Neck, Long Island&hellip…

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2001 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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In the Mood for Love

$34.95 | 98 minutes

Best Foreign Language Film(2nd Place)
Best Cinematography(2nd Place)

IN THE MOOD FOR LOVE centers around Chow Mo-Wan (Tony Leung) and Su Li-Zhen (Maggie Cheung), neighbors living in a crowded apartment building in 1962 Hong Kong. Both married to people who are always away, they spend many nights home alone. The two make each&hellip…

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Amores Perros

$7.95 | 153 minutes

Best Foreign Language Film
Best New Filmmaker(Second Place)

Alejandro Gonzalez Iniarritu makes an electrifying directorial debut with AMORES PERROS, an energetic, assured motion picture that jumps off the screen with a seemingly boundless energy. Told in three separate chapters--OCTAVIO AND SUSANA, DANIEL AND VALERIA, and&hellip…

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2000 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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Before Night Falls

$15.95 | 133 minutes

Best Actor(2nd Place)

The life of Reinaldo Arenas, an exiled Cuban homosexual writer, is chronicled in an adaptation of his memoir BEFORE NIGHT FALLS, directed by Julian Schnabel (BASQUIAT). Javier Bardem (in an Oscar-nominated performance) portrays Arenas as he journeys from poverty to university to the sexual revolution and&hellip…

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1999 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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All About My Mother

$16.95 | 101 minutes

Best Foreign Language Film

Spanish director Pedro Almodvar's tender, intelligent drama follows the emotional journey of Manuela, an organ transplant coordinator who scours the back alleys and gutters of Barcelona in search of her errant ex-husband (a half-transsexual prostitute named Lola), saddled with the devastating news that&hellip…

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1994 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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Hoop Dreams

$21.95 | 171 minutes

Best Documentary

A highly acclaimed, Oscar-overlooked documentary about the hopes and dreams of two inner city youths who see basketball, and especially acceptance to a school known for its outstanding basketball program, as their ticket out of poverty. Appearances by Isiah Thomas, Dick Vitale, Spike Lee and Bobby Knight. Academy&hellip…

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1987 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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Blue Velvet

$11.95 | 120 minutes

Best Supporting Actor
Best Film
Best Director
Best Cinematography

A deeply shocking and insidiously funny film, David Lynch's offbeat vision uncovers the nasty underside of small-town America. When a young man finds a human ear in a field, he embarks on an investigation into the dark world of a dangerous psychopath&hellip…

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1986 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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Brazil

$51.95 | 142 minutes

Best Supporting Actor
Special Commendation

3 Disc Set. BRAZIL is Terry Gilliam's masterpiece. The film, cowritten by Gilliam, playwright Tom Stoppard, and Charles McKeown, is set in a futuristic society laden with red tape and bureaucracy. When a bug (literally) gets in the system, an innocent man is killed, leading mild-mannered&hellip…

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1983 Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

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The Atomic Cafe

$19.95 | 88 minutes

Best Documentary

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&hellip…

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