Foreign-language Films

Boxer Rebellion (Ba guo lian jun; 1975; China) - History viewed from the Chinese side
Colonel Chabert (1994; France) - Surviving after the long walk home
Colonel Redl (Oberst Redl; Germany, 1985) - Driven by his contradictory demons
Dear Inspector (Tendre Poulet; 1977; France) - Love can be a multi-tasking thing
Empress Dowager, The (Qīng Guó Qīng Chéng; 1975; China) - A new standard in Hong Kong cinema
Happy New Year (La Bonne Année; 1973; France) - Love not factored into his crime plan
Hidden Fortress, The (Kakushi toride no san-akunin; 1958; Japan) - Discovering the source of a new hope
I Am Curious Yellow (Jag ä nyfiken - en film i gult; 1967; Sweden) - Swedish activist challenges U.S. censorship
King Lear (Korol Lir; 1971; Russia) - The Screen's greatest Lear speaks Russian
Last Tango in Paris (Ultimo tango a Parigi; 1972; France) - Art less interesting than the commerce
Last Tempest, The (Ying tai qi xue; 1976; China) - Distraction fatal to reformer’s cause
Mad Adventures of 'Rabbi' Jacob, The (Les aventures de Rabbi Jacob, 1973; France) - Finding farce in the era's big issues
Nosferatu the Vampyre (Nosferatu: Phantom der Nacht; 1979; Germany) - Damsel is the ultimate stakeholder
Rhapsody in August (Hachi-gatsu no rapusodî ; 1991; Japan) - Simple truths painfully illuminated
Spirit of the Beehive, The (El espiritu de la colmena; 1973, Spain) - Living in the land of a monster-god
State of Siege (État de siège, 1972; France) - A.I.D. comes with an unexpected price
Tampopo (1985; Japan) - Satisfying a variety of life’s appetites
Wannsee Conference, The (Die Wannseekonferenz; 1984; Germany)) - Historical horror in a civilized setting
We the Living (Noi Viva, Addio Kira!; 1942; Italy) - Experiencing the world according to Rand
Z (1969; France) - Facing death bravely, living life courageously