An engaged couple (Gael Garcia Bernal and Hani Furstenberg) backpacks through the Caucasus Mountains with their guide (Bidzina Gujabidze), but their bond is soon tested by fate. IFC Films hide caption

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Sammo Hung, the film's fight choreographer, has worked with kung fu artists like Jackie Chan and John Woo. Okazaki Hirotake/Variance Films hide caption

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Cross, Monica Ashe (Rachel Nichols) and Tommy Kane (Edward Burns) race against the clock to find the sociopathic assassin. Sidney Baldwin/Summit Entertainment hide caption

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Paul (Romain Duris), an aspiring photographer, assumes another man's identity to escape his job, marriage and dull life. MPI Media Group hide caption

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Lea Seydoux plays the titular role of a young woman largely living off the generosity of her younger, petty-thieving brother. Adopt Films hide caption

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Eugene Jarecki's The House I Live In takes a measured, multiperspective look at U.S. drug policies, which approach drug use as a criminal matter rather than a medical one. Samuel Cullman/Charlotte Street Films hide caption

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Guangxi gangster Brother Tyrannosaurus (Ronald Cheng, left) agrees to back a film for producer To Wai-Cheung (Chapman To) — with a few conditions. China Lion Entertainment hide caption

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Sam (Emma Watson), Charlie (Logan Lerman) and Patrick (Ezra Miller) help each other through the lowest parts of high school in The Perks of Being a Wallflower. John Bramley/Summit Entertainment hide caption

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Mickey (Amy Adams), a successful lawyer, reluctantly hits the road to assist her father (Clint Eastwood), an Atlanta Braves baseball scout whose eyesight has begun to fail. Keith Bernstein/Warner Bros. Pictures hide caption

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Emotionally stunted Jesse (Josh Radnor) forms a relationship with Zibby (Elizabeth Olsen), a much younger woman, in Liberal Arts. IFC Films hide caption

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Joby (Paul Dano) is increasingly detached from the rest of humanity as he travels to sign divorce papers with his soon-to-be-ex-wife. Carolyn Drake/Tribeca Film hide caption

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Mads Brugger, in character as diplomat Mads Cortzen, conferences with various members of the Central African Republic's government. Drafthouse Films hide caption

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Friends Antoine (Laurent Lafitte), Eric (Gilles Lellouche) and Marie (Marion Cotillard) are among the troubled group that makes an annual retreat to a home in Cap Ferret. MPI Media Group hide caption

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Catherine Deneuve and Chiara Mastroianni — mother and daughter in real life — portray two generations of romantics in Christophe Honore's second musical. IFC Entertainment hide caption

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