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28 Days (2000)Betty Thomas
Anatomy of a Murder (1959)Otto Preminger
Arthur (1981)Steve Gordon
Auntie Mame (1958)Morton DaCosta
Bad Santa (2003)Terry Zwigoff
Barfly (1987)Barbet Schroeder
The Betty Ford Story (1987)David Greene
Bukowski: Born into This (2003)John Dullaghan
Bump in the Night (1991)Karen Arthur
The Champ (1931)King Vidor
Childish Things (1969)John Derek, ...
Chronicle (2012)Josh Trank
Clean and Sober (1988)Glenn Gordon Caron
Days of Wine and Roses (1962)Blake Edwards
Drunks (1995)Peter Cohn
Everything Must Go (2010)Dan Rush
Factotum (2005)Bent Hamer
Fish Hawk (1979)Donald Shebib
Floating Away (1998)John Badham
Hated (1994)Todd Phillips
Julia (2008)Erick Zonca
The Late Liz (1971)Dick Ross
Le Locataire (1976)Roman Polanski
Leaving Las Vegas (1995)Mike Figgis
The Lost Weekend (1945)Billy Wilder
Merrily We Go to Hell (1932)Dorothy Arzner
The Morning After (1974)Richard T. Heffron
My Name Is Bill W. (1989)Daniel Petrie
Night Into Morning (1951)Fletcher Markle
One for the Road (2003)Chris Cooke
Passion Fish (1992)John Sayles
The People Against O'Hara (1951)John Sturges
The Pilot (1980)Cliff Robertson
Shadow Hours (2000)Isaac H. Eaton
Shakes the Clown (1992)Bobcat Goldthwait
Sharabi (1964)Raj Rishi
Smoke Signals (1998)Chris Eyre
Special Treatment (1980)Goran Paskaljevic
Under the Influence (1986)Thomas Carter
Voice in the Mirror (1958)Harry Keller
When a Man Loves a Woman (1994)Luis Mandoki
Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988)Robert Zemeckis

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