Tribeca Film Festival 2012: Thrillers

Find thrillers playing at this year's Tribeca Film Festival, and buy tickets. (Tickets are on sale exclusively to American Express cardmembers from April 10-15.)

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Francophrenia (or: Don't Kill Me, I Know Where the Baby Is)

Francophrenia (or: Don't Kill Me, I Know Where the Baby Is) Photograph: Doug Chamberlain

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As Luck Would Have It

A freak accident provides an opportunity for a jobless man to sell his story to the highest bidder.

BURN

Detroit is burning. Meet the men and women charged with saving the once-roaring American city that many have written off as dead. With vast stretches of forsaken buildings left as kindling, they

Cut

Award-winning Iranian filmmaker and TFF alum (Vegas: Based on a True Story) Amir Naderi travels to Tokyo to tell this striking, fiercely unconventional tale of a struggling young

Deadfall

  • Rated as: 1/5

Familial dysfunctional lurks around every snowy corner in Stefan Ruzowitzky’s recipe for an overdetermined, undercooked thriller. Start with siblings Addison (Eric Bana) and Liza (Olivia Wilde),

Francophrenia (or: Don't Kill Me, I Know Where the Baby Is)

James Franco stunned the film world when he committed to a regular gig on General Hospital, but the Oscar-nominated actor had a clever trick up his sleeve. While shooting a key

Graceland

Family man Marlon Villar is the longtime chauffeur of prominent politician Manuel Chango. While he and his daughter accompany his boss' preteen daughter home, Marlon is ambushed and the wrong girl

Rat King

Eighteen-year-old Juri spends his days absorbed in his computer gaming world, to the exclusion of school, friends, and ultimately his exasperated girlfriend. When his internet ally Niki turns up

Sleepless Night

A corrupt cop must retrieve a bag of stolen cocaine to save his son from a murderous crime boss.

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