NOW IN THEATERS:
* Down River, a rewarding indie drama about four artistic women getting by in Vancouver, B.C.
* The One I Love, a contemporary romance with a Twilight Zone-inspired swerve. Starring Mark Duplass and Elisabeth Moss.
Portlanders might also check out the rooftop screening of The King of Comedy next Thursday. The De Niro/Scorsese collaboration is black comedy perfection. On the other hand, look out for The Color Wheel. It's grating.
WATCH IT AT HOME...
* Call Her Savage, an entertaining pre-Code melodrama with "It Girl" Clara Bow.
* The Children's Hour, a poignant drama with a message with Audrey Hepburn, Shirley MacLaine, and James Garner.
* Donkey Skin, a fairy tale from Jacques Demy.
* Rosemary's Baby (2014), a pointless television remake with Zoe Saldana in the title role.
* The Secret Heart, a fair melodrama from 1946 with Claudette Colbert competing with stepdaughter June Allyson for the affections of old man Walter Pidgeon.
* The Unforgiven, Audrey Hepburn's only western is also John Huston's answer to The Searchers.
* The Wind Will Carry Us, an intriguing meditation on life and death from Iranian master Abbas Kiarostami.
Current Soundtrack: Gerard Way, "No Shows" & "Action Cat"