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This isn't Olivier Assayas's best, but fine actors such as Juliette Binoche make the most of a script cribbed from decade-old think pieces. Read more

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The documentary "Hail Satan?" is a funny, compelling look at the Satanic Temple's political agendas, just-so characters, and deeper undercurrents. Read more

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Always in Season explores the case of a seventeen-year-old African-American high school student who was found hanged from a swing set in Bladenboro. Read more

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Decade of Fire screens in Full Frame at 1:20 p.m. today. Read more

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In Jane Gillooly's Where the Pavement Ends, the troubled relationship between the two cities serves as a microcosm of segregation’s long tail. Read more

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The acclaimed South Korean film comes to The Ruby courtesy of Duke's Screen/Society series. Read more

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The Japanese film that landed on many best-of-2018 lists finally makes it to the Triangle today. Read more

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The Call Me by Your Name director's update of Dario Argento's seminal occult thriller opens Friday, Nov. 2. Read more

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Haddonfield, 2018: It's been thirty years since Michael Myers last stalked Laurie Strode, and no one can move on. Read more

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