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Venice Sets Sail

The Venice Film Festival's starry lineup features new works by Ana Lily Amirpour, Jane Campion, Ridley Scott and Denis Villeneuve.

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  • ‘The End’

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  • ‘The Green Knight’

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  • ‘Bach & Sons’

    A potentially fascinating play about Johann Sebastian Bach is marred by miscasting in Nicholas Hytner's world premiere production.

  • ‘Seven Deadly Sins’

    The Meatpacking District's newest unholy attraction tests the limits of how far live theater can go amid a global pandemic.

  • ‘Under Milk Wood’

    Michael Sheen leads the cast of "Under Milk Wood," a tender but fitful reimagination of Dylan Thomas' celebrated play.

  • ‘After Life’

    Based on Hirokazu Kore-eda's 1998 film, the play explores a fascinating idea, but it never comes alive as a fully-fledged drama.