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Capsule reviews of current exhibits
Our top DVD picks scheduled for release this week
Bergman's Saraband is bogged down by its monstrous men.
Parodies and Satires of Cinema
Cellar Door (Barsuk)
Hapa Sushi can sometimes leave you cold.
An attempt to mingle two seafaring stories leaves viewers adrift.
An unblinking look at the effects of Alzheimer's on a composer is more than a tearjerker.
The Video Station
The suds are light and deep in the dolled-up soap Lantana.
The time is nigh for the release of Billy & Liza’s collaborative CD.
Everyman doesn't miss a step in The Baltimore Waltz's bittersweet dance through an imagined European journey.
Carlos Saura is a perfect choice to helm Goya in Bordeaux.
Chinese auteur Zhang Yimou finds a new muse in a thirteen-year-old schoolgirl.
From South Park to Pokémon, 1999 was almost an American beauty.
The World Cinema Series
Twenty-five years later, Sweden's still getting its revenge.
Streisand's funhouse Mirror warps her strengths into rare weaknesses.