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- Bakery in Brooklyn
Vivien and Chloe have just inherited their Aunt’s bakery, a boulangerie that has been a cornerstone of the neighborhood for years. Chloe wants a new image and product, while Vivien wants to make sure nothing changes. Their clash of ideas leads to a peculiar solution, they split the shop in half. But Vivien and Chloe will have to learn to overcome their differences in order to save the bakery and everything that truly matters in their lives.
- Multiple Maniacs
The gloriously grotesque second feature directed by John Waters (Hairspray) is replete with all manner of depravity, from robbery to murder to one of cinema’s most memorably blasphemous moments. Made on a shoestring budget in Waters’ native Baltimore, with the filmmaker taking on nearly every technical task, this gleeful mockery of the peace-and-love ethos of its era features the Cavalcade of Perversion, a traveling show mounted by a troupe of misfits whose shocking proclivities are topped only by those of their leader: the glammer-than-glam, larger-than-life Divine (Pink Flamingos).
- In Dubious Battle
Helmed by actor James Franco, this cinematic adaptation of John Steinbeck’s Depression-era novel follows a pair of young activists who pose as California apple pickers to organize the workers and incite a strike over pay cuts.
As she stands on the threshold of madness, 55-year-old teacher Julieta looks back at her tumultuous life over the past three decades — which have brought happiness, heartbreak and guilt.
- Ali & Nino
Living in Azerbaijan, Muslim teen Ali and his Christian sweetheart, Nino, have been in love since they were children. But the outbreak of World War I and their nation’s battle for independence put the young couple’s love to the test.
- 10 Days in a Madhouse: The Nellie Bly Story
While working for publisher Joseph Pulitzer, 23-year-old reporter Nellie Bly engineers her admission to an infamous women’s mental asylum to expose the facility’s nightmarish conditions and abuses by the staff — which include rape and murder.
- A Kind of Murder
Fantasizing about murder and committing the deed are two different things. But they become uncomfortably close for architect and mystery writer Walter Stackhouse, whose guilty conscience puts him in a suspicious light when his wife is found dead.
- Nocturnal Animals
When Susan Morrow receives a book manuscript from her estranged ex-husband, she finds herself confronting her past while becoming increasingly immersed in the story — a thriller in which a professor’s ordinary life is violently derailed.
A grisly template for mass school shootings in America was forged on Aug. 1, 1966, when lone gunman Charles Whitman killed 14 passers-by and wounded 32 more from a sniper’s perch in the clock tower of the University of Texas at Austin.
- Fire at Sea
An island halfway between Sicily and Libya has become the vortex of Europe’s immigration struggles, as observed in this documentary on Lampedusa, where more than 150,000 Africans each year make their first contact with European soil.
- Insecure: Season 1
Best friends Issa and Molly are intent on carving out happy, successful lives for themselves in Los Angeles, but they have their work cut out as they struggle to find their places in the bustling megalopolis.
- Master of None: Season 1
Thirty-year-old Dev is pursuing an acting career in New York City and, like most would-be thespians, he has some time on his hands. How he uses it — and the subjects he chooses to ruminate on — provide the fodder for this laugh-out-loud sitcom.
- The Brokenwood Mysteries: Series 3
Detectives Mike Shepherd and Kristin Sims continue to butt heads this season as they find themselves dealing with a Santa whose throat has been slit, a death by spider bite and a coffin containing the wrong corpse.