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Among this month’s revelations are two portraits of community razing: Frederick Wiseman’s 2015 documentary about the Queens neighborhood imperiled by developers and Ira Sachs’ Little Men, his latest picture about the collision of property and relations. These and the Criterion release of Orson Welles’ The Immortal Story.

Ixcanul (Bustamante, 2016) 7/10
Mia Madre (Moretti, 2016) 7/10
Little Men (Sachs, 2017) 8/10
The Childhood of a Leader (Corbet, 2016) 7/10
No Home Movie (Akerman, 2016) 9/10
Zootopia (Howard, Moore, 2016) 7/10
In Jackson Heights (Wiseman, 2015) 9/10
* Yi-Yi (Yang, 2000) 10/10
* What Have I Done to Deserve This? (1984, Almodovar) 9/10
* A Passage to India (Lean, 1984) 6/10
Opening Night (Cassavetes, 1977) 6/10
The American Friend (Wenders, 1977) 5/10
The Immortal Story (Welles, 1966) 7/10
* Pierrot le Fou (Godard, 1965) 9/10
* Theodora Goes Wild (Boleslawski, 1936) 7/10
These Three (Wyler, 1936) 7/10

Click on links for full reviews. * denotes a re-watch.