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Boogie Nights

Paul Thomas Anderson's career kicked into high gear with his second film, a glorious and poignant paean to the extravagances of the 1970s set in the underground porn world of Los Angeles.

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Edge of the City

Sensitively helmed by director Martin Ritt, this is a starkly realistic, path-breaking depiction of interracial friendship and union corruption.

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Boogie Nights

Paul Thomas Anderson's career kicked into high gear with his second film, a glorious and poignant paean to the extravagances of the 1970s set in the underground porn world of Los Angeles.

Ivan the Terrible, Parts I & II

Cinema founding father Sergei Eisenstein’s final completed works form an historical diptych unprecedented in scale and visual audacity.

Freak Orlando

New German Cinema's Ulrike Ottinger playfully toyed with religion, literature, genre, and the sexually normative modern world.

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Saint Jack

Bogdanovich closed out his most celebrated decade with an underappreciated gem that adapts the novel by Paul Theroux.

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At Long Last Love

Cinephile-as-auteur Bogdanovich’s eighth film in eight years is an homage to 1930s Ernst Lubitsch musical comedies.

The World, the Flesh, and the Devil

Starring legendary singer, actor, and activist Harry Belafonte in one of his first leading roles, we're transported to an eerily quiet New York City after a radioactive explosion has killed almost everyone.

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Saint Jack

Bogdanovich closed out his most celebrated decade with an underappreciated gem that adapts the novel by Paul Theroux.

Woman in the Dunes

Ghost story, Sisyphean tale, erotic romance—Hiroshi Teshigahara's film is a landmark of the Japanese New Wave.

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At Long Last Love

Cinephile-as-auteur Bogdanovich’s eighth film in eight years is an homage to 1930s Ernst Lubitsch musical comedies.

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