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Mark Frecmelle, Darla Halpern, Rod Taylor. Sex, alienation, revolution and violence in America during the era of the love generation. A Michelangelo Antonioni extravaganza with a bang-up finale. (1970) (111 min.)
Nicolas Cage, Judge Reinhold, Erika Anderson. is the grass greener on the other side of the fence for Zandalee? She wants to expand the boundaries of her life, but her husband, whose dreams have turned to dust, isn't thrilled. Do all her solutions lie in the arms of his best friend? (1990)
Patrick Wilson, Lena Headey, Ray Winstone. Sam Ellis is a man on the rise, a hot-shot prosecutor on the cusp of a bright future. When an impossibly gorgeous intern at the office becomes infatuated with him, Sam unwisely attempts to quiet his desires by seeing a high class escort only to discover that the experience is more fulfilling and exhilarating than he could have imagined. A second appointment with an escort soon follows, and a third, sending his once idyllic life spiraling out of control. In the midst of wrestling with his demons, he suddenly finds himself being groomed to run for U.S. Congress thrusting him into the public spotlight, and forcing him to take increasingly dangerous measures to keep the press, the law and his wife off his trail. (2015) (103min)
Jessica Chastain, Johan Heldenbergh, Daniel Brühl. The story of the keepers of the Warsaw Zoo, Antonina and Jan Zabinski, who helped save hundreds of people and animals during the German invasion. (2017) (126min)
Edward James Olmos, Tyne Daly, Daniel Valdez. Racial prejudice rears an ugly head when Henry Reyna, a Chicano gang member, is accused of murder in 1940s Los Angeles and sent to San Quentin. This is the film version of the powerful Luis Valdez play based on the case. (1981) (104 min.)
Anthony Quinn, Alan Bates, Lila Kedrova, Irene Papas. Based on Kazantzakis' novel about the zesty Zorba and his lust for life. Quinn is magnificent as the uncomplicated and happy Greek. Beautiful musical score. Winner of three Oscars including one to Kedrova for her touching portrayal of a dying prostitute. (1964) (146 min.)