The BOSTON UNDERGROUND FILM FESTIVAL turns the Kendall Square Cinema into an unholy temple of depravity as it discharges its twisted opening-night film, Love Exposure (2009) — a four-hour, Japanese-made work about a young man who uses his prowess at kung fu to make a name for himself as an up-the-skirt pornography photographer. Other films that sound intriguing: Playing Columbine, a documentary about the controversy surrounding a video game based on the notorious murder spree by Eric Harris and Dylan Klebold, and It Came from Kuchar, another documentary, this one taking aim at the lives of legendary B-movie directors George and Mike Kuchar. The Kendall is at 1 Kendall Square, Cambridge | March 25–April 1 |

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