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Un Certain Regard

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A monthly taking stock of movies both old and new by our eternally good-natured critics.

Black new world

In "Black Panther," science fiction is used as a tool to imagine a progressive future for Africa and the African diaspora.

Codes of love

Sicilian Luca Guadagnino beautifully captures the implacable oneness of deep feelings in "Call Me By Your Name."

Creature comfort

A mousey cleaning woman and a monster become sentimentally entangled in Guillermo del Toro's magical "The Shape of Water."


In reconfiguring humans, director Alexander Payne has more than sci-fi comedy on his mind.

Much ado about Mildred

Frances McDormand helps Martin McDonagh's "Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri" hit a rural nerve.

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