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SAGRADA: THE MYS­TERY OF CRE­ATION The church of La Sagrada Família in Barcelona is ac­tu­ally a con­struc­tion site. Be­gun in 1882 by ar­chi­tect An­toni Gaudí, it re­mains a half-com­pleted ex­er­cise in artis­tic as­ton­ish­ment. Ste­fan Haupt’s doc­u­men­tary serves as an in­trigu­ing biog­ra­phy of the build­ing, its story made per­sonal through in­ter­views with spir­i­tu­ally in­vested ar­chi­tects and ar­ti­sans. Not rated. 89 min­utes. In French, Span­ish, and Cata­lan with sub­ti­tles. Cen­ter for Con­tem­po­rary Arts, Santa Fe. ( James M. Keller) THIS IS WHERE I LEAVE YOU Ja­son Bate­man plays a man who dis­cov­ers his wife is hav­ing an af­fair with his boss and then learns his fa­ther has died. Per his fa­ther’s fi­nal re­quest, he must spend a week in his child­hood home with his sib­lings (Tina Fey, Adam Driver, and Corey Stoll), all of whom have their own is­sues to work through. Rated R. 103 min­utes. Re­gal Sta­dium 14, Santa Fe. (Not re­viewed) TRACKS Mia Wasikowska plays a young woman who treks across the Aus­tralian desert. Adam Driver plays a Na­tional Ge­o­graphic pho­tog­ra­pher who ac­com­pa­nies her. Can ro­mance bloom in the desert? Based on Robyn David­son’s mem­oir. Rated PG-13. 112 min­utes. Re­gal DeVar­gas, Santa Fe. (Not re­viewed) THE TWO FACES OF JAN­UARY This thriller is the chilly, men­ac­ing story of a con man (Viggo Mortensen), his wife (Kirsten Dunst), and an Amer­i­can ex­pat (Os­car Isaac) they meet while va­ca­tion­ing in Athens. The con man is on the run from an in­vest­ment fraud in the U.S., which leads to a shock­ing early con­fronta­tion that gives all three char­ac­ters an in­cen­tive to van­ish. The per­form­ers have dark fun with what en­sues: a road trip that, from the start, doesn’t seem likely to end well. Rated PG-13. 96 min­utes. The Screen, Santa Fe. (Alex Heard)

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