A Scanner Darkly: In a futuristic drama that uses real actors transformed into animation, an undercover cop (Keanu Reeves) is sucked deeper into his double life as a doper. Based on a Philip K. Dick novel, the film plays like a vivid, sometimes bad hallucination. (R)

Heading South: Lonely middle-aged women (including the peerless Charlotte Rampling) holiday in Haiti, where they pay to bed handsome young locals seeking to escape the island nation’s poverty. This thoughtful drama makes its points, both sexual and political, delicately. (Not rated)

Once in a Lifetime: The Extraordinary Story of the New York Cosmos: An entertaining documentary looks at the brief glory days of pro soccer in the U.S., focusing on the rise and fall during the ’70s disco era of the flashy New York Cosmos team. Star player Pelé is much mentioned, but nixed an interview. (PG-13)

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