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Up To Date's Indie, Foreign & Doc Critics' 'Three To See,' February 19-21

Does the warm weather have you in a festive mood? Up to Date's indie, foreign and documentary film critics have a few ideas to celebrate with some current cinema offerings.

Cynthia Haines

Room, R

  • A young woman and her son are imprisoned in a shed.

Spotlight, R

  • Reporters working for the Boston Globe uncover evidence of the Catholic Church sex abuse scandal.

Rolling Papers, not rated (showing at Liberty Hall)

  • A documentary about the Denver Post's decision to cover Colorado's legal marijuana industry 

Steve Walker

Rolling Papers, not rated (showing at Liberty Hall)

  • Documentary about Colorado's legalization of marijuana and The Denver Post's unprecedented appointment of a marijuana editor

Son of Saul, R

  • A man in a World War II death camp stays alive by working for the Nazis to steer other prisoners to the gas chambers.

45 Years, R

  • Upon the crest of their titular anniversary, Tom Courtenay and Oscar-nominated Charlotte Rampling reevaluate a seemingly-solid marriage.