Anne (Juliette Binoche), a Parisian journalist writing for the women's magazine Elle, interviews two university students moonlighting as prostitutes. She develops a sisterlike rapport with Charlotte (Anais Demoustier), a young woman from the Paris suburbs. Kino Lorber hide caption

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A migrant Florida tomato grower and member of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers drinks from a jug of water. As part of a larger discussion of societal thinking about debt, Payback looks at the sometimes harsh treatment by companies of migrant workers. Zeitgeist Films hide caption

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Nicknamed "Oscar" by Chimpanzee's filmmakers, the young chimp at the center of the film is adopted by an older male chimp — a rare occurrence — after his mother is killed. Disneynature hide caption

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A man eyes some of the women working at the upscale Fish Tank brothel in Bangkok. The documentary Whores' Glory chronicles the experiences of sex workers in relatively clean establishments — and some living in de facto slavery. Vinai Dithajohn/Lotus Films hide caption

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Both facing reminders that they're getting older, Mary (Isabella Rossellini) and her husband Adam (William Hurt) adapt differently to what acting their age means: Mary with bathroom grab-bars and Adam with Red Bull. Olive Films hide caption

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Set during the 1973 military coup that ousted Chile's president and installed Augusto Pinochet's dictatorship, Post Mortem follows Mario (Alfredo Castro, left), a transcription clerk at the hospital morgue where Dr. Castillo (Jaime Vadell, right) and his assistant Sandra (Amparo Noguera) perform autopsies. Kino Lorber hide caption

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Reluctant Papa: Michel Piccoli (center) plays Melville, a cardinal surprisingly elected pope by his peers. At a critical moment before he must address his new flock, Melville insists he can't take the job. Philippe Antonello/IFC Film hide caption

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The documentary Surviving Progress illustrates its arguments on the sustainability of human behavior in the context of environmental degradation with striking images of life in cities like Sao Paulo. First Run Features hide caption

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Never Let Me Go: After Rebecca (Eva Green) reconnects with Tommy (Matt Smith), a crush from her childhood — only to lose him soon after in an accident — she decides to give birth to his clone and raise him as her son. Olive Films hide caption

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Gang enforcer Mad Dog (Yayan Ruhian, right) fights off Indonesian SWAT agent Jaka (Joe Taslim) as Jaka's team invades a Jakarta tenement controlled by a brutal gangster. Akhirwan Nurhaidir/Sony Classics hide caption

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High-school student Kento Ito (right) and friends prepare for a Children's Day ceremony honoring Kento's little brother, Ritsu-kun, and others who perished in the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami of March 2011. PrayForJapanNetwork hide caption

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Jiro Ono (left) owns and runs a celebrated sushi restaurant in a Tokyo basement. His oldest son, Yoshikazu, waits to take over the world-famous family business. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Uriel Shkolnik (Lior Ashkenazi, left) sits with his father and fellow Talmudic scholar Eliezer (Shlomo Bar Aba); when news of a singular honor comes for the latter, the two men's lives are thrown into turmoil. Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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Dog Days: Gianni, played by writer-director Gianni Di Gregorio, attempts to reassert himself as he encounters increasing apathy from the women in his life. Zeitgeist Films hide caption

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Fiona Gordon (left) plays a woman who claims to be a fairy and promises three wishes to hotel night clerk Dom (Domininque Abel). Gordon and Abel are two of the three co-writer-directors of The Fairy. Laurent Thurin-Nal/Kino Lorber hide caption

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