Up To Date's Indie, Foreign & Doc Critics' 'Three To See,' July 31-August
Check out the story of two transgender prostitutes or duck gunfire from Mexican drug cartels. This week's selections from Up to Date's indie, foreign and documentary film critics take you to many different worlds.
- Searing documentary about singer Amy Winehouse
- Dramedy about two transgender prostitutes in Los Angeles on Christmas Eve
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl, PG-13
- It’s a bittersweet coming of age film with interracial relationships, love and rites of passage.
Cartel Land, R
- Tough, courageous documentary about a Mexican town's desperate fight against drug cartels
The Stanford Prison Experiment, R
- Billy Crudup plays Philip Zimbardo, whose 1971 social experiment exposed the human impulse toward cruelty.
I'll See You in My Dreams, PG-13
- A luminous Blythe Danner reluctantly welcomes companionship.