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Godard's imagery is distorted, his meaning malleable, but he seems to be implicating, among other things, how Western culture depicts the East, in The Image Book. Kino Lorber hide caption

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Louis Ashbourne Serkis plays a spirited 12-year-old sucked into a fantastical quest in The Kid Who Would Be King. Kerry Brown/20th Century Fox hide caption

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'Kid Who Would Be King' Is A Delightful Riff On The Legend Of King Arthur

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'Ask Dr. Ruth,' And 'Late Night' Expected To Be Sundance Favorites

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Movie Review: Can M. Night Shyamalan's 'Glass' Make Its Trilogy Connection Clear?

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M. Night Shyamalan's Superhero Thriller 'Glass' Overflows With Preposterousness

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Who Will Write Our History employs reenactors to tell its stories, including that of (l to r) Ora Lewin (Roberta Grossman), Abraham Lewin (Wojciech Zielinski) and Marta Lewin (Julia Lewenfisz-Gorka). Anna Wloch/Abramorama hide caption

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