Susan Granger's weekly DVD update
"For a Good Time, Call..." is a smutty, salacious female relationship comedy, revolving around a mousy editor (Lauren Anne Miller) who loses her publishing job and -- at the suggestion of her real estate broker buddy (Justin Long) -- moves into the spacious Gramercy Park apartment owned by Katie (Ari Graynor), a phone-sex operator.
Ira Sachs' electrifying, gay drama "Keep the Lights On" chronicles the emotional and sexually charged journey of two compulsive risk-takers who share friendship, love and addiction.
Jeffrey Kimball's "Birders: The Central Park Effect" charts more than 200 wild bird species that flock to Manhattan's grandest park each year -- and the impassioned birdwatchers fascinated by them, including author Jonathan Franzen and matriarch Starr Saphir.
Foreign language films: Set in the frozen landscape of northern Finland, "Lapland Odyssey" is an edgy comedy about a bizarre quest to purchase a cable box, despite obstacles like hostile reindeer, bikini-clad babes and naked, gun-toting Russians. Plus, Wim Wenders' "Pina" celebrates the dance creativity of legendary choreographer Pina Bausch.
Three acclaimed documentaries are my PICKS OF THE WEEK: 1) "The Impostor" relates the unbelievable-but-true story of a 23-year-old French Algerian con man who assumes the identity of a missing Texas teenager; 2) "The Gatekeepers" is an eye-opening account of non-violent resistance in Bil'in, a Palestinian West Bank village threatened by encroaching Israeli settlements; 3) Malik Benjelloul's "Searching for Sugar Man" is the astonishing story of Detroit's long-lost, enigmatic folk singer/musician Sixto Rodriguez.