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YOUNG WINSTON (1972)Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarRichard Attenborough's examination of the early life of Winston Churchill—up until his early days at Parliament, before his marriage--is a fascinating look at the formative years of one of the greatest politicians and most influential world leaders in recent history. Played by Simon Ward (All Creatures Great and Small and TV's "The Tudors"), young Churchill is ambitious and over-eager, with a tendency toward boastful over-exaggeration and opportunism, all of which served him well in overturning the low expectations of his father. The film flashes back through three main periods of Churchill's life narrated by the older, knowing Churchill (well-voiced by Ward, based on Churchill's own autobiography). In boyhood and adolescence, Churchill's self-consumed parents, Lord Randolph (Robert Shaw, A Man for All Seasons) and American-born Lady Jennie (Anne Bancroft, The Graduate), are too busy with their own lives in Parliament and social engagements to see him off to boarding school, a task ful PG 157  16mm  
YOUR NAME (JAPAN, 2016)MadmanMitsuha and Taki are two total strangers living completely different lives. But when Mitsuha makes a wish to leave her mountain town for the bustling city of Tokyo, they become connected in a bizarre way. She dreams she is a boy living in Tokyo while Taki dreams he is a girl from a rural town he's never been to.

What does their newfound connection mean? And how will it bring them together?

 
PG 107  DVD 
YOUR SISTER'S SISTERMadmanIris invites her friend Jack to stay at her family's island getaway after the death of his brother. At their remote cabin, Jack's drunken encounter with Hannah, Iris' sister, kicks off a revealing stretch of days.  90  DVD 
YOUSSOU N'DOUR: I BRING WHAT I LOVE (2008,MadmanYOUSSOU N'DOUR: I BRING WHAT I LOVE is a beautiful, music infused cinematic portrait of world famous Senegalese pop sensation Youssou NaDour. One of Time magazineas 100 most influential people in the world and called athe rare rock star whose music matters, a NaDour is one of the most beloved musicians in pop music. With a career spanning decades, he is best known in the West for his collaborations with Bono and Peter Gabriel. In 2005, the Grammy-winning artist defied expectations and produced his most personal album, Egypt, presenting his Islamic faith as a peaceable and tolerant religion. While the record received international acclaim, it was denounced as blasphemy in his native Senegal. Director Chai Vasarhelyi follows Nadour for over two years, filming in Africa, Europe, and America, to tell the story of how he faces these challenges and eventually wins over audiences both at home and abroad. Combining unprecedented images of Senegalas most sacred Muslim rituals ... PG 102  DVD 
YOUTH OF THE BEAST (1963, JAPAN)MadmanYouth of the Beast marked a turning point in director Seijun Suzuki's career. No longer content to just crank out production-line gangster films, here Suzuki starts to assert his own voice. The plot is fairly typical for the genre: chipmunk-cheeked Jo Shishido stars as ex-cop Jo Mizuno, who muscles his way into the shadowy world of the yakuza. He gets hired by the clan that killed his former partner while double-dealing with the clan's rival. Yet the plot contains some particularly Suzuki-like details. Why is Jo's partner more interested in guns than in women? Why does Hide, the notorious gay gangster, always slash the face of anyone who mentions his mother? What does this all have to do with the Takeshita School of Knitting? Suzuki's audacious style heightens the absurdity and artifice of both the genre and the medium with pop-art colors, loopy camera placements, and bizarre, dream-like images: A feather-clad dancer silently struts behind sound-proofed two-way mirrors ...  92  DVD 
ZARAK (1956)Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarZarak Khan (Victor Mature, Kiss of Death) — banished from his village after it's revealed that he is in love with his father's youngest wife, Salma (Anita Ekberg, La Dolce Vita) — becomes the ruthless leader of an outlaw band on the India-Afghanistan border. The British colonial government dispatches Army Major Ingram (Michael Wilding, Stage Fright) to hunt down Zarak and his men. The outlaws enlist a sadistic tribal leader to aid their fight against the British. Terence Young directs the adventure, made all the more entertaining by its cast of old British standbys: Finlay Currie, Patrick McGoohan and André Morell, to name a few.  PG 99  16mm  
ZATHURA (2005)Sony/ Columbia/ TriStarIn the heart-racing sci-fi adventure ZATHURA, two squabbling brothers are propelled into deepest, darkest space while playing a mysterious game they discovered in the basement of their old house. On their fantastic journey, they are joined by a stranded astronaut and must survive meteor showers, hostile lizard-like aliens, a rocket-propelled robot run amok and an intergalactic spaceship battle. Unless they finish the game and reach the planet Zathura, they could be trapped in outer space forever. PG 101  16mm DVD 
ZERO DAYS (2016, U.S.A.)MadmanFrom Academy Award-winning filmmaker Alex Gibney (Going Clear: Scientology and the Prison of Belief), ZERO DAYS tells the story of Stuxnet, a self-replicating computer malware, known as a "worm" for its ability to burrow from computer to computer on its own. The U.S.A. and Israel unleashed the virus to destroy a key part of an Iranian nuclear facility, and which ultimately spread beyond its intended target. It's the most comprehensive accounting to date of how a clandestine mission hatched by two allies with clashing agendas opened forever the Pandora's Box of cyber-warfare. 111  DVD 
ZIDANE: A 21st CENTURY PORTRAIT (2006, U.K. DOMadmanAn entire football match filmed from the perspective of soccer hero Zinedine Zidane. High-art comes to the pitch for this ambitious project hailed widely as a groundbreaking new direction in sports films. At a 2005 match between Villareal versus Real Madrid, a camera was placed on the star player that gives a Zidane's-eye view of the entire game. Using effects, slo-mo, and a soundtrack by Scottish band Mogwai, the directors create the opportunity of stepping into Zidane's boots for 90 minutes. 90  DVD 
ZOMBIE STRIPPERSSony/ Columbia/ TriStarWhen a secret goverment agency lets out a deadly chemical virus causing the reanimation of the dead, the first place to get hit is Rhino's, a hot underground strip club. As one of the strippers gets the virus, she turns into a supernatural, flesh-eating zombie stripper, making her the hit of the club. MA 90 35mm DVD 

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