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The 10 Indies to Watch on VOD This September: 'Blue Caprice,' 'Adore, 'Paradise' and More

By Indiewire | Indiewire September 2, 2013 at 11:20AM

To help you figure out what to watch on VOD this month, we've compiled a list of the 10 best indies new to VOD this month.
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Isaiah Washington As John Allen In "Blue Caprice."
Paul Laurens Isaiah Washington As John Allen In "Blue Caprice."

To help you figure out what to watch on VOD this month, we've compiled a list of the 10 best indies new to VOD this month. Click on film title to learn more.

"Adore" (September 6)
The subject of much talk at this year's Sundance Film Festival, Anne Fontaine's English language debut "Adore" (previously titled "Two Mothers") features a premise that's sure to raise more than a few eyebrows. In the steamy drama, Robin Wright and Naomi Watts star as a pair of Australian mothers who bed each other's respective hunky sons one fateful summer.

Where to Watch:
iTunes, Bright House, Cablevision, Comcast, Cox, Insight, Time Warner


"All Is Bright"
(September 10)
Director Phil Morrison's long-awaited followup to his acclaimed 2005 film "Junebug," which originally premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival earlier this year with the title "Almost Christmas," stars Paul Giamatti as Dennis, a former conman fresh out of prison who gets in touch with his former partner in crime Rene (Paul Rudd) about getting steady employment to support himself. Rene reluctantly agrees, getting Dennis involved in his operation delivering Christmas trees to New York.

Where to Watch: iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, YouTube, Playstation, XBOX, Vudu, Time Warner

"All the Boys Love Mandy Lane" (September 6)
Receiving a long overdue stateside release after originally premiering at festivals in 2006 and several foreign markets shortly after, "All the Boys Love Mandy Lane" stars Amber Heard as the title role, the popular and attractive good girl at her Texas high school who gets invited to a party at a popular kid's ranch. Once they arrive and the debauchery ensues, the partygoers slowly begin disappearing one by one.

Where to Watch: iTunes, Amazon, Google Play, YouTube, Playstation, XBOX, Vudu, Time Warner


"Blue Caprice"
(September 17)
Inspired by the Beltway sniper attacks, "Blue Caprice" tells the story of Lee Malvo, a teen who has been abandoned by his parents and is taken under the wing of Muhammed (Isaiah Washington), who goes on to serve as a sort of father figure to the boy. Muhammed eventually begins to show his darker and more aggressive side, persuading Lee Malvo to join him in his spree of vengeance against America.

Where to Watch: iTunes, Bright House, Cablevision, Comcast, Cox, Insight, Time Warner


"C.O.G."
(September 20)
Premiering at this year's Sundance Film Festival, "C.O.G." tells the story of a recent Yale graduate who deviates from his parents' plan for him and ventures to an Oregon apple farm to pick fruit. "The Cider House Rules," this is not. "C.O.G." is based on one of David Sedaris' autobiographical short stories included in his 1997 anthology, "Naked," and carries a quirkier tone than the 1999 John Irving adaptation. Indiewire Chief Film Critic Eric Kohn said the film "is like a collage of Americana from the perspective of someone incapable of comprehending its value," when he reviewed it at Sundance in January.

Where to Watch: iTunes, Amazon, Charter, Comcast, Google Play, DirecTV, Playstation, SuddenLink, Time Warner, Verizon FIOS, Vudu, XBOX

This article is related to: VOD, New On VOD, Adore, All The Boys Love Mandy Lane, Blue Caprice, Good Ol’ Freda, Love is All You Need, Stories We Tell, Diablo Cody, Sarah Polley





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