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Kirill Mikhanovsky directs this dark comedy about a young Russian-American man (Chris Galust, pictured here with Lauren 'Lolo' Spencer) driving a medical transport van around Milwaukee. Music Box Films hide caption

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Music Box Films

"Aisling Franciosi gives a performance of trembling brilliance as Clare, an Irish convict ... at a remote British military outpost in Tasmania." Kasia Ladczuk/Sundance Institute hide caption

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Kasia Ladczuk/Sundance Institute

Misery loves company in Ray & Liz, a semi-autobiographical drama about a working-class British family from photographer Richard Billingham. Kimstim Films hide caption

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Kimstim Films

The work and impact of iconic writer Toni Morrison is surveyed in a new documentary directed by filmmaker and portrait photographer Timothy Greenfield-Sanders. Timothy Greenfield-Sanders/Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Timothy Greenfield-Sanders/Magnolia Pictures

The "we" in We Have Always Lived in the Castle refers to Merrricat (Taissa Farmiga) and Constance (Alexandra Daddario). Charles (Sebastian Stan) is the new guy. Brainstorm Media hide caption

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Brainstorm Media

Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile casts Zac Efron — former star of the High School Musical franchise — as serial killer Ted Bundy. Brian Douglas/Netflix hide caption

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Brian Douglas/Netflix

Hail Satan? skimps on some devilish details, but as a profile of the Satanic Temple's efforts on behalf of the First Amendment, it's infernally compelling. Magnolia Pictures hide caption

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Magnolia Pictures

Victor Hugo's 'Hunchback Of Notre Dame' Immortalized French Cathedral

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