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A Woman, a Part

A Woman, a Part mixes passion and ambivalence to create a work whose ambiguities seem earned, and lived in

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T2 Trainspotting

An opportunity to wallow in grimy nostalgia seems to be its sole purpose.

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Ballad of Narayama

"The Ballad of Narayama" is a Japanese film of great beauty and elegant artifice, telling a story of startling cruelty. What a space it opens…

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Introducing "My Favorite Roger"

Today, we are introducing a new feature: My Favorite Roger. This will be a recurring feature on the site. It's a chance for contributors, directors, actors and others to pick one piece of Roger's writing and tell us why it's their favorite.

Today, we're starting with a bang, with responses from our Editor-in-Chief Matt Zoller Seitz, and from RogerEbert.com contributors Anath White, Tom Shales, Scott Jordan Harris, Lisa Nesselson and Kevin B. Lee. We'll be adding new selections on a regular basis.

And we want to hear about YOUR Favorite Roger, so tell us about it in the comments section below.

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