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$10.95 | 177 minutes

(2003) - Star(s)

Set in the 1930s during the Great Depression in the Rocky Mountains, DOGVILLE is Lars von Trier's comment on Americana and his uniquely perverse view of small town life. With period costumes, a narrative that reads like a naughty OUR TOWN&hellip…

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$16.95 | 139 minutes

(2006) - Star(s)

The second film in Lars von Trier's American trilogy, picking up where DOGVILLE left off, is another technically audacious, gleefully brash condemnation of American society, this time focusing on the horrific legacy of slavery. in MANDERLAY&hellip…

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Resident Alien

$15.95 | 85 minutes

(1991) - Star(s)

Gay pioneer Quentin Crisp's life in New York City is chronicled in this ragingly funny documentary featuring Sting, John Hurt, Holly Woodlawn, Fran Leibowitz and more&hellip&hellip…

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The Proposition

$7.95 | 104 minutes

(2005) - Actor

Australian director John Hillcoat first teamed up with singer Nick Cave on 1988's disturbing GHOSTS...OF THE CIVIL DEAD, for which Cave co-authored the screenplay and took a memorably brief acting role. The two reconvene for 2006's THE&hellip…

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Vincent - The Life and Death of Vincent Van Gogh

$21.95 | 99 minutes

(2005) - Star(s)

Vincent Van Gogh is regarded as one of the greatest artists of all time, and this biographical portrait of the great man explains why. Although his talent went largely unrecognized during his time on the planet, his posthumous fame is vast&hellip…

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