THE TRUTH (2020) Rent or buy on Amazon, Google Play, iTunes, Vudu or YouTube. Lovers of French cinema will delight in this new drama by the writer and filmmaker Hirokazu Kore-eda (“Shoplifters”). Catherine Deneuve plays Fabienne, an acclaimed French movie star who publishes a memoir titled “The Truth.” To celebrate its release, Fabienne’s daughter Lumir (Juliette Binoche), a screenwriter, visits from New York with her husband (Ethan Hawke) and their young daughter. What ensues is a thoughtful, comedic portrait of mother-daughter dynamics. Fabienne is wrapped up in her own image and is in denial over her fading legacy, while Lumir claims her mother’s confessional book is riddled with lies. In her review for The New York Times, Manohla Dargis named the movie a Critic’s Pick and wrote, “The drama is measured out in sips, in gazes, gestures, silences, off-handed humor and shocks of brutality.”
JIM JEFFERIES: ‘INTOLERANT’ (2020) Stream on Netflix. The Australian comedian Jim Jefferies may no longer have a spot on the late-night lineup — “The Jim Jefferies Show” on Comedy Central went off the air last year — but he is still keeping busy. In this new Netflix special, his latest since 2018’s “This Is Me Now,” Jefferies recounts in excruciating detail a date during which he dismissed his lactose intolerance and indulged in cheese. It did not go well.
TO THE STARS (2020) Stream on Hulu; rent on Amazon, FandangoNOW, Google Play, iTunes or Vudu. Set in the 1960s, this coming-of-age drama by the director Martha Stephens follows Iris (Kara Hayward), an introverted teenager in rural Oklahoma who is a pariah at school who goes home only to face her emotionally abusive mother (Jordana Spiro). Her life gets a breath of fresh air when Maggie (Liana Liberato), a free-spirited, new girl in town, defends Iris from bullies, and the two strike up an unlikely friendship. Maggie coaxes Iris out of her shell, but as the girls bond, Iris begins to doubt Maggie’s story about her past. And once the truth about her family gets out, it throws the small town into turmoil.
AMERICAN EXPERIENCE: THE VOTE 9 p.m. on PBS (check local listings). This two-part documentary series chronicles the long battle for American women’s right to vote and rejects the notion that men simply gave women the chance to partake in democracy. “The Vote” concludes Tuesday with a look at the final four years of the campaign leading to the passage of the 19th Amendment in 1920, when two suffragists butt heads over whether to take a more moderate approach or demand their rights with confrontational strategies. The series is narrated by the actress Kate Burton. It also features voice acting by the stars Mae Whitman, Audra McDonald, Laura Linney and Patricia Clarkson.