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Movies open­ing this week­end:

An­ar­chy Par­lor The pro­pri­etor of a Lithua­nian tat­too par­lor prac­tices a dark art form that en­snares a group of Amer­i­can col­lege stu­dents.

Bury­ing the Ex A young man who’s afraid to break up with his over­bear­ing girl­friend is seem­ingly bailed out when she’s killed in a freak ac­ci­dent, but she doesn’t stay dead for long.

Cha­gall-Male­vich A dra­ma­tized ac­count of the ri­valry be­tween Rus­sian pain­ters Marc Cha­gall and Kaz­imir Male­vich.

Char­lie, Trevor and a Girl Sa­van­nah A trou­bled young man tries to res­cue his kid­napped girl­friend with the help of a fast-talk­ing play­wright.

Dope For a trio of geeky In­gle­wood teens, a chance in­vi­ta­tion to an un­der­ground party sets them on a drug-deal­ing ad­ven­ture.

Eden A garage DJ nav­i­gates 20 years in the French un­der­ground dance mu­sic scene.

The Face of an An­gel A film­maker com­mis­sioned to make a movie about the con­tro­ver­sial mur­der trial of an Amer­i­can stu­dent in Italy be­gins to ques­tion his mo­tives and those of the peo­ple around him.

Hamari Ad­huri Ka­hani A ded­i­cated sin­gle mother and a worka­holic ho­tel mag­nate be­gin open­ing up to each other, but the for­mer’s hus­band re­turns to stake his claim.

I Be­lieve in Uni­corns An imag­i­na­tive teenage girl car­ing for her dis­abled mother looks for sal­va­tion in a new re­la­tion­ship with an older boy.

In­fin­itely Po­lar Bear Af­ter a ner­vous break­down lands him in a men­tal hos­pi­tal, a bipo­lar fa­ther be­comes the pri­mary care­taker for his two young daugh­ters while his wife gets her MBA.

In­side Out An 11-year-old girl and

her fam­ily move to a new city, prompt­ing her five per­son­i­fied emo­tions to help guide her through the tran­si­tion.

Man­gle­horn A reclu­sive small-town lock­smith who has never re­cov­ered from los­ing the love of his life cau­tiously ap­proaches the pos­si­bil­ity of mov­ing on.

The New Ri­jksmu­seum A doc­u­men­tary chron­i­cling the 10-year ren­o­va­tion of Am­s­ter­dam’s Ri­jksmu­seum.

The Overnight In an at­tempt to ac­cli­mate to Los An­ge­les, a young cou­ple spend an in­creas­ingly bizarre evening with the par­ents of their son’s new friend.

Phan­tom Halo Two broth­ers scrape to get by and cope with their drunken mess of a fa­ther; mean­while, a coun­ter­feit­ing scheme goes awry.

Re­venge of the Mekons A doc­u­men­tary about the long-run­ning Bri­tish punk rock band.

Rub­ble Kings A doc­u­men­tary about New York street gangs of the 1970s.

Set Fire to the Stars A bi­o­graph­i­cal drama about New York aca­demic John Mal­colm Brin­nin bring­ing the ac­claimed but al­co­holic Welsh poet Dy­lan Thomas to the U.S. for a tour in 1950.

The Wanted 18 A doc­u­men­tary about the Is­raeli army’s pur­suit of 18 cows whose in­de­pen­dent milk pro­duc­tion on a Pales­tinian col­lec­tive farm was de­clared a threat to na­tional se­cu­rity.

The Wolf­pack A doc­u­men­tary about seven sib­lings who grew up in vir­tual iso­la­tion in a low-in­come de­vel­op­ment on New York’s Lower East Side and learned about the out­side world al­most en­tirely through watch­ing movies.

The Yes Men Are Re­volt­ing A doc­u­men­tary about the con­tin­u­ing ex­ploits of the anti-cor­po­rate prankster ac­tivists the Yes Men.

ShiM-Film Pic­tures

“CHA­GALL-MALE­VICH” stars Leonid Bichevin as Marc Cha­gall and Kristina Sch­nei­der­mann as Bella.

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