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Josh Lawson, left, and Bojana Novakovic in ‘The Little Death,’ a cute ensemble comedy featuring Australian suburbanite couples that kick up the crikey quotient when they decide to enhance their sex lives with kinks and fetishes.

Glass Chin

Corey Stoll is a fallen boxer and Billy Crudup is a slick mobster in a low-budget but stylish take on pulp-fiction notions of redemption. (14A, Carlton)

The Little Death

In a cute ensemble comedy that premiered at TIFF, Australian suburbanite couples kick up the crikey quotient when they decide to enhance their sex lives with kinks and fetishes. (18A, Carlton)

7 Minutes

The clock is ticking in this heist film, in which a trio of misguided but desperate young robbers are told the second rule of stealing things – "Don't get caught" – by Kris Kristofferson's mentor character. Thanks for the pro tip, Kris. (June 26 screening; 14A, Carlton)

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