“Screwball,” a dramedy about Major League Baseball’s doping scandal, screens at the 4-Star. (Courtesy photo)

Films opening Friday, March 29, 2019

3 Faces: In Jafar Panahi’s Cannes award-winning drama, a famous Iranian actress reaches out to a young girl who is desperate to escape her traditional rural life. Not rated. At the Roxie.

Dumbo: Disney’s 1941 animated classic about a big-eared baby elephant comes to the big screen in a live-action version directed by Tim Burton and starring Eva Green, Colin Farrell, Michael Keaton and Danny DeVito. Rated PG.

Hotel Mumbai: The fact-based drama directed by Anthony Maras and starring Dev Patel, Armie Hammer and Anupam Kher recalls the 2008 terrorist attacks on the Indian city. Rated R.

The Invisibles: The World War II-set docudrama is about four Jews who survive the Third Reich by living recklessly and seeming to be ordinary German youths trying to navigate the scarcities and prohibitions of Berlin. Not rated. At the Opera Plaza.

Screwball: Billy Corben’s true-crime dramedy investigates Major League Baseball’s infamous doping scandal involving a nefarious clinician and his most famous client, the New York Yankees’ Alex Rodriguez. Not rated. At the 4-Star.

Sunset: In the 1913-set film by Hungarian director László Nemes (of the Oscar-winning “Son of Saul”), a woman arrives in Budapest with high hopes, but finds herself searching for the identity of her notorious brother, whose existence was kept from her. Rated R. At the Embarcadero.

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