A celebrated early rom-com from writer-director Joan Micklin Silver (CROSSING DELANCEY) with a likable John Heard playing a hopeless romantic civil servant in his early 30s who falls in love with an unhappily married woman in his office, but years later tries to win her back after she returns to her…
Gary Cooper headlines this sentimental yet atmospheric and beautifuly crafted drama about a Quaker family in southern Indiana whose pacifist beliefs are tested by the American Civil War. Awarded the Palm D'Or at the Cannes Film Festival 1956.
A Busby Berkeley-directed musical that provided the first real "adult" role for a nineteen-year-old Judy Garland. Gene Kelly co-stars in his film debut as her fellow vaudeville actor who was suddenly drafted into World War I.
Fascinating film noir in which crooked lawyer John Garfield turns on the mob to finance his gambling debts. This fiercely masculine morality tale is an acknowledged antecedent to the work of Scorsese. The director was soon blacklisted and would not make his second film until 1970.
A little-seen but widely heralded drama from cult director Samuel Fuller about the struggle of an African-American dog trainer to retrain a stray dog that has been trained to attack and kill black people. The film boldly begs the question as to whether racism is a treatable problem or an incurable condition.