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Fri May 2, 2014
What's Showing In Independent, Foreign & Documentary Film, May 2
From stories about severe nymphomania to vicious alien femme fatales, our reviewers' material is challenging to say the least.
On Friday's Up to Date, our independent, foreign, and documentary film critics return to look at some of the new films opening on local screens.
In addition to reviewing new films, we talk with "Hateship, Loveship" director Liza Johnson about her decision to cast comedienne Kristin Wiig in a serious role.
Our critics' list:
- Hateship, Loveship
- Le Weekend
- Finding Vivian Maier
- The Railway Man
- Jodorowsky's Dune
- Under the Skin
- Liza Johnson, director of "Hateship, Loveship
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