Mute

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Duncan Jones’ spiritual sequel to Moon is a neon-drenched nightmare – and not in the way anyone intended.

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Gus Van Sant reunites with Joaquin Phoenix for an oddball comedy-drama about disability and addiction.

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Birth of the Dragon

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This strange, early years biography of Bruce Lee appears more interested in one of the story’s male side characters.

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Mute

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Duncan Jones’ spiritual sequel to Moon is a neon-drenched nightmare – and not in the way anyone intended.

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The Ice King

By Hannah Woodhead

James Erskine’s documentary delves into the life of revolutionary British skater John Curry.

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Dark River

By Mike McCahill

Clio Barnard follows up The Selfish Giant with an overwrought domestic drama starring Ruth Wilson.

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I, Tonya

By Hannah Woodhead

Margot Robbie shines in an engaging Tonya Harding biopic that doesn’t quite stick the landing.

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You Have No Idea How Much I Love You

By David Jenkins

Polish director Pawel Lozinski presents an immersive, intimate portrait of a mother-daughter relationship.

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