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This Weekend's Indies: 'Hours,' 'Liv & Ingmar,' and More

Opening in limited release today: The late Paul Walker's drama, a documentary about prolific filmmaker Ingmar Bergman's relationship with Liv Ullman, and a horror flick about changelings.

Hours: Paul Walker stars as a new father struggling to keep his premature baby alive during Hurricane Katrina. 

Liv & Ingmar: Their relationship lasted for 42 years, but even now, Liv Ullman feels Ingmar Bergman with her. The legendary actress recounts and reconstructs her relationship with one of the world's greatest filmmakers in this documentary from Dheeraj Akolkar.  

Nuclear Nation: This documentary shows the natural and man-made destruction of the 2011 tsunami and subsequent meltdown of Fukushima Daichii. Residents fight for answers and solutions as they attempt to regain normalcy. 

Here Comes the Devil: In this horror film from Mexico, a family takes a trip to Tijuana and their children go missing. The children who come back to them may look like their kids, but they sure don't act like them. 

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