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Jane Campion’s claustrophobic, slow-burn western dials up the queer subtext of Thomas Savage’s source novel.

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This captivating, emotionally eloquent Haruki Murakami adaptation is one of 2021’s must-see movies.

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The End of Evangelion

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You Will Die at Twenty

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First-time director Amjad Abu Alala’s meditative drama concerns an existential prophecy in a Sudanese village.

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This tour documentary-cum-biography celebrates the remarkable life and career of cult musician Beverly Glenn-Copeland.

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The Card Counter

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Paul Schrader continues his God’s Lonely Man project with Oscar Isaac in-tow as a tormented professional poker player.

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Eternals

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Chloé Zhao remixes the Marvel Cinematic Universe template with this ethereal take on the classic superhero saga.

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Passing

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The Nowhere Inn

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This exceptional debut feature from Andreas Fontana takes in a search for a missing banker in ’70s Argentina.

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Tom Petty, Somewhere You Feel Free: The Making of Wildflowers

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This newly unearthed chronicle of the making of the American singer-songwriter’s favourite album is a gift for fans.

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Dune

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debbie tucker green adapts her own stage play to create a radical study of racial discourse in contemporary society.

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