Play Opposite Natalie Portman, Casey Affleck and More in VR NYT Shorts

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The New York Times has brought a VR twist to its annual Great Performances video series.

This year's 9 noir-inspired short films place the viewers in a key role playing opposite the likes of Natalie Portman, Kristen Stewart, Don Cheadle and more. Gina Prince-Bythewood writes and directs them all.

The experiences are available to view via the NYT VR app or online here.

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