Opening this week

"Bettie Page Reveals All" (R): Mark Mori's documentary liberally uses audio interviews with '50s pinup sensation Bettie Page to create a realistic portrait of a complicated person who achieved scandalous notoriety. (Opens in Berkeley and San Francisco; opens Dec. 13 in San Jose.)

"A Miracle in Spanish Harlem" (PG): A widower and father of two facing many challenges meets a new love interest in this drama about faith and redemption. (Opens in San Jose only)

"Out Of The Furnace" (R): A steel mill worker (Oscar winner Christian Bale) takes matters into his own hands when his brother, an Iraq War veteran, becomes involved in a drug ring and goes missing. Scott Cooper of "Crazy Heart" acclaim directs. (Opens wide)

"The Punk Singer" (R): Whatever happened to Kathleen Hanna, the outspoken lead singer of the punk band Bikini Kill? Find out in this documentary, which incorporates archival images and interviews with the influential artist. (Opens at the Roxie, S.F.)

"Sweet Dreams" (NR): In this inspiring documentary, the first Rwandan all-women's drumming corps joins forces with two Americans to open an ice cream shop in their country. (Opens in Berkeley and San Francisco)

"Twice Born" (R): Memories of a wartime romance with an American photographer (Emile Hirsch) come flooding back for a mother (Penelope Cruz) when she revisits Sarajevo with her teenage son. (Opens exclusively in San Jose)