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American Animals tells the mostly-true story of four young boys who attempt to pull off a rare book heist. (L-R: Jared Abrahamson, Evan Peters, Blake Jenner, Barry Keoghan) Film4 hide caption

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Rosamund Pike plays a U.S. operative who helps Jon Hamm's diplomat in the political thriller Beirut. Sife Eddine El Amine/Bleeker Street Media hide caption

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After learning her long-time husband is cheating on her, Sandra (Imelda Staunton) flees to the comfort of her sister Bif (Celia Imrie), and a community dance class, in Finding Your Feet. /Roadside Attractions hide caption

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In November, Hans (Jörgen Liik) is the object of a village girl's desire. What unfolds is a dark and surreal love story with spirits, werewolves, plagues, and even the devil himself. Oscilloscope hide caption

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In Double Lover, Chloé (Marine Vacth) falls in love with her psychoanalyst Paul (Jeremie Reiner). As they get closer, Chloé starts to learn some insidious secrets about her lover. /Cohen Media Group hide caption

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Greg Barker's The Final Year finds former President Barack Obama grappling with foreign policy decisions. Figures from left: Deputy National Security Advisor Ben Rhodes, U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Samantha Power, Secretary of State John Kerry, and President Barack Obama. Kevin Lamarque/Reuters hide caption

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