The next five

Here's what almost made our lists, in no particular order.

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  • Next5DaveAlamar

     

    ALAMAR A Mexican fisherman takes his departing son out on one last boat trip, and Pedro Gonzlez-Rubio delivers one of the most touching tributes to fatherhood ever.

  • Next5DaveAmer

     

    AMER Was this lurid, luscious study of a heroine in peril a formalist exercise, a feminist essay or an inside-out deconstruction of the Italo-horror genre? Answer: all three.

  • Next5DaveCarlos

     

    CARLOS Olivier Assayas doesn't glamorize radical gadfly and global terrorist Carlos the Jackal so much as contextualize him. Five hours never felt so short.

  • Next5DaveProphet

     

    A PROPHET Anyone who thinks prison films can't double as brilliant social critiques needs to see French director Jacques Audiard's behind-bars Candide tale stat.

  • Next5DaveSamsonanddelilah

     

    SAMSON AND DELILAH Warwick Thornton's feature debut follows two aboriginal teens trying to survive, and reaffirms that Aussie cinema is in the middle of a serious resurgence.

Next5DaveAlamar

 

ALAMAR A Mexican fisherman takes his departing son out on one last boat trip, and Pedro Gonzlez-Rubio delivers one of the most touching tributes to fatherhood ever.

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