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One of the best reviewed films of the year, IDA is a film of quiet power. Before taking her final vows, docile and devout Anna, a novice nun in Sixties Poland, where memories of WWII...
Everyone knows Sue, the majestic Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton that is the pride of Chicago’s Field Museum of Natural History. Less known is the bizarre seven-year tale of intrigue,...
It’s 1960, and, deep among the snow-capped mountains of Patagonia, a charismatic doctor (Brendemühl) attaches himself to a newly arrived family in a community filled with fiercely loyal...
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