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IFC Films releases three nifty films. And wow! Annette Bening is still hot

Ed and Annette . . . hot!
Ed and Annette . . . hot!
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Five years after the death of her beloved husband Garrett (Ed Harris), Nikki (Annette Bening) meets Tom, a man who seems to be Garrett's exact duplicate. Not only does Tom possess the same physical characteristics, but he also shares Garrett's kindness, humor, and passion for art. And yet he is a stranger.
As romance blossoms between Nikki and Tom, she finds she can't bring herself to tell him the truth about what drew her to him. But as their relationship progresses, it becomes not a question of if the truth will come out, but when.
Director Arie Posin's The Face of Love is an emotionally thorny drama about how we cope with loss, live in the moment and ultimately move forward.

What if the child you raised for years turned out not to be your own?
That's the dilemma facing affluent architect Ryota and his wife Midori when they learn that their six-year-old son, Keita, was accidentally switched at the hospital after birth and is not their biological child. In the wake of this startling revelation, Ryota's sense of fatherhood is shaken to the core as he witnesses both his wife's enduring devotion to Keita and his own conflicting feelings of nature versus nurture.
Now his decision on which boy is truly his son will change the family's lives forever.
Winner of the Jury Prize at the 2013 Cannes Film Festival, acclaimed director Kore-eda Hirokazu's Like Father, Like Son is an incredibly touching family drama from one of cinema's greatest masters.

Marc has been trapped inside his Barcelona office for three months. Outside, the world has plunged into chaos following the outbreak of a fatal type agoraphobia known as The Panic, which kills anyone who ventures outdoors. Desperate to tunnel out in order to try to find his girlfriend, Marc makes a tense alliance with Enrique, a coworker who has a rare, functioning GPS.
Equipped with only minimal supplies and a desperate need to escape, the two embark on a journey through the lawless, hostile subway tunnels and sewers in search of their loved ones.
Yikes! The Last Days is a claustrophobic look at the end of the world.