Polley's STORIES WE TELL. With her exceptional debut "Away From Her", she showed she had a gift for getting at the heart of what makes families tick and come undone, and this effort, a nonfiction film made with (and with regards to a deeply-held secret in) her own family, is the best film I've seen so far this year. It's being distributed nationwide by Roadside Attractions/Lionsgate, so it'll be making its way all over the country over the next few months. It opens locally at the Belcourt Theatre in June. SIGHTSEERS, a pitch black British comedy from director Ben Wheatley (Kill List, Down Terrace), is a twisted romance for those who want a little guignol in their romantic comedies. Or, just as likely, a fresh injection of sweet love into your typical murderscape. Coming to VOD services and some theatres via IFC Films. The Mexican drama POST TENEBRAS LUX began with the best opening shot of any film in ages. It's a weird, psychosexual journey into the roots of what patriarchy means and how as an institution it is unworthy of the faith of those around it. Lots of sex and violence and devils (literal and figurative). Certainly one of the more distinctive visions on display this year- director Carlos Reygadas (Silent Light, Japon, Battle in Heaven) won the Best Director award at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival. Distributed in the U.S. by Strand Releasing, it'll surface on home video formats later this year. - Jason Shawhan