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Lee Jutton has directed short films starring a killer toaster, a killer Christmas tree, and a not-killer leopard. Her writing appears in publications such as Bitch: A Feminist Response to Pop Culture, Bitch Flicks, TV Fanatic, and Just Press Play. When not watching, making or writing about films, she can usually be found at Red Bull Arena in New Jersey.

IN THE FADE: Diane Kruger’s Descent Into Darkness

Diane Kruger carries In the Fade on her leather-clad shoulders and ensures that you’ll walk away from the film feeling absolutely rattled.

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CHAMELEON: Brutality Meets Banality

Heavily reminiscent of Michael Haneke's Funny Games, Chameleon boasts three great performances - but still leaves a sour aftertaste.

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I, TONYA: Being Bad Never Looked So Good

I, Tonya is a refreshingly dark comedy biopic about the famous 1994 Tonya Harding incident, and is laden with incredible performances.

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Thelma is an otherworldly take on the coming-of-age film, telling the story of a girl starting college and discovering herself in the process.

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BOMBSHELL: THE HEDY LAMARR STORY: Overdue Recognition For The Brains Behind The Beauty

With Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story, Alexandra Dean shows who Lamarr truly was: a genius inventor who was denied recognition most of her life.

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Lady Bird is an inspired coming-of-age story by first-time solo director Greta Gerwig, containing a plethora of dynamic performances to boot.

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KAMIKAZE 1989: A Fitting Farewell To Fassbinder

Now streaming on Sundance Now is Rainer Werner Fassbinder's final film, Kamikaze 1989. While mostly nonsensical, it's a joy to watch.

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The Divine Order tells a powerful and relatable story regarding women's suffrage and the right to vote in 1970s Switzerland.

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SCHOOL OF BABEL: A Band Apart

The fascinating documentary School of Babel focuses on a group of diverse students settling into a new life in France.

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Running in at just 15 minutes, Penalty's unique style of cinematography and editing make it a powerful piece of cinema.

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