Sun Don’t Shine, a drama about a young couple on the run with a mysterious body in the trunk of their car, is at 92 percent.
Best Foreign Language Film nominee Kon Tiki, which recounts ethnographer Thor Heyerdahl’s epic journey from South America to Polynesia on a raft, is at 79 percent.
Graceland, a thriller about a politician’s chauffeur who becomes ensnared in a kidnapping plot, is at 78 percent.
An Oversimplification Of Her Beauty, a live-action/animation hybrid that ruminates on unrequited love, is at 75 percent.
Paradise: Love, a drama about a middle aged woman who travels to a Kenyan resort that caters to sex tourists, is at 65 percent.
Midnight’s Children, a drama about a two people who experience remarkably different lives after being switched at birth on the eve of India’s independence from Britain, is at 46 percent
Arthur Newman, starring Colin Firth and Emily Blunt in a romantic dramedy about a pair of disenchanted souls who find each other after assuming false identities, is at 22 percent (watch our interviews with the stars here.)