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The rich human condition told with a straight face, this is the mother of all genres. So if it doesn't fit snugly anywhere else it's usually Drama...

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Lady Sings the BluesLady Sings the Blues (1972)
Dir. Sidney J. Furie
Feat. Diana Ross, Billy Dee Williams, Richard Pryor
Diana Ross is terrific in her acting debut as famously-troubled jazz legend Billie Holiday in this flawed but fascinating biographical drama loosely based on her 1956 autobiography. Produced by Motown Productions, this also features an unusual straight Richard Pryor performance and a lush score by Michel…
A Ghost StoryA Ghost Story (2016)
Dir. David Lowery
Feat. Casey Affleck, Rooney Mara
A supernatural drama of striking originality about a man and woman separated by death and haunted by eternal loss and helplessness. Framed in the old TV standard aspect ratio of 4x3 with rounded-corners (and retro-filters to match), and shot in noticably long takes, this is not a film for "hamburger"…
Wizard of Lies, TheWizard of Lies, The (2017)
Dir. Barry Levinson
Feat. Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer, Alessandro Nivola
True story of one of the largest frauds in US history, with Robert De Niro regaining some credibility in the role of corrupt businessman Bernie Madoff, who ruined the lives of his family and many others through fraudulent investment operations.
UnaUna (2016)
Dir. Benedict Andrews
Feat. Rooney Mara, Ben Mendelsohn, Riz Ahmed
Compelling adaptation of David Harrower's two-hand play "Blackbird" that maturely navigates the thin and morally sensitive line between forbidden romance and abuse, and its longer-term consequences. The "stage" is set fifteen years after the relationship between a 13-year-old girl (Mara, who is terrific)…
One Thousand RopesOne Thousand Ropes (2017)
Dir. Tusi Tamasese
Feat. Frankie Adams, Uelese Pataia, Beulah Koale
A Samoan father and traditional healer reconnects with his estranged daughter in this quietly powerful drama shot in Wellington, by the director of THE ORATOR. Weaves together bracing social realism with supernatural elements and local folklore, within a cultural context that will be unfamiliar to most.
A Quiet PassionA Quiet Passion (2016)
Dir. Terence Davies
Feat. Cynthia Nixon, Jennifer Ehle, Keith Carradine
The reclusive 19th Century poet Emily Dickinson is the worthy subject of this quietly mesmerising biopic, a stand-out in the career of director Terence Davies. Cynthia Nixon is brilliant in the lead role, conveying the complexities of a character filled with sharp intellectual vigor and wonder at the…
ChurchillChurchill (2017)
Dir. Jonathan Teplitzky
Feat. Brian Cox, Miranda Richardson, John Slattery
Brian Cox delivers an impressive performance as iconic Prime Minister Winston Churchill in the days before the D-Day landings in June 1944.

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