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MICRO-BUDGET FLICK PICK: HARD TO BE A GOD

HARD TO BE A GOD Directed by Aleksei German / 2013 / 180 minutes /

THE KILLING OF A CHINESE BOOKIE

THE KILLING OF A CHINESE BOOKIE Directed by John Cassavettes 1976 / 109 minutes / Color The

THANKSGIVING

THANKSGIVING directed by Adam Newport Berra / 2014 / Color / 72 minutes Brother and Sister. What do those

JOY KEVIN

JOY KEVIN directed by Caleb Johnson /2014 / 62 minutes / Color & Black & White It’s kind of

BURDEN OF DREAMS

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

WAR ROOM

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

F-FOR-FAKE

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

FISHING WITH JOHN

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

LIMELIGHT

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

CHAFED ELBOWS

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

HAXAN

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

SCANNERS

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

FIRST MAN IN SPACE

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

The Short Films of David Lynch

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

DAY OF WRATH (1943)

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

TIME WITHOUT PITY (1957)

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

STRANGE ILLUSION (1945)

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

WOMAN (1948)

A review of an obscure indie film (courtesy of HuluPlus’ choice selection of films from the Criterion

LA JETEE (1962)

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