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New on Home Video: "Streetcar," "Iron Lady," "Darkest Hour" and More

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    A Streetcar Named Desire
    The film that made Marlon Brando a star marks its 60th anniversary with a special edition Blu-ray loaded with interviews and extra clips about the Tennessee Williams classic tale of the explosive atmosphere created when a delusional woman moves in with her sister and magnetic but violent brother-in-law.

    Charlotte Rampling: The Look
    A documentary look at one of film's most iconic actresses, a woman of such beauty, grace and staure that even in her 60s she remains a formidable sex symbol. Watch the trailer

    The Darkest Hour
    Emile Hirsch and Olivia Thirlby star as members of a group of American students staying in Moscow when an alien invasion strikes planet Earth. Watch the trailer

    Into the Abyss
    Werner Herzog's latest documentary explores why people commit murder and why that state thinks it's OK to kill them. Watch the trailer

    The Iron Lady
    Meryl Streep's Oscar-winning turn as former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher is the highlight of this look back at the woman's life, career and legacy. Watch the trailer

    Littlerock
    An indie film about two Japanese tourists adrift in rural America. Watch the trailer

    Miss Representation
    A documentary that explores the ways the media's portrayals of women have led to them being underrepresented in the halls of power. Watch the trailer

    Sleeping Beauty
    Emily Browning stars in a haunting fairy tale about a young woman who finds herself working as a prostitute. Watch the trailer
     

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