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Bosch: The Garden of Dreams

Bosch: The Garden of Dreams

A mystery within a mystery, the painting “The Garden of Delights” is the most famous and intriguing work by Hieronymus Bosch.

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Fraulein

Fraulein

Soon after beautiful Ana starts working in a Zurich café, her boundless energy and sexuality push her bosses’ limits and a terrible secret comes to light.

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Garibaldi's Lovers

Garibaldi's Lovers

Through a hilarious series of coincidences, three very different characters give each other new hope for their futures - and for the city itself, so emblematic of our times.

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Glassland

Glassland

A young Dublin taxi driver gets tangled up in the world of human trafficking while trying to save his mother from addiction and provide for his younger brother with Down syndrome.

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Hitler's Children

Hitler's Children

A documentary looking into the lives of the descendants of the top Nazi officials who worked under Hitler's command.

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Human Capital

Human Capital

HUMAN CAPITAL begins at the end, a nuanced account of desire, greed and the value of human life in an age of rampant capitalism and financial manipulation.

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If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle

If I Want to Whistle, I Whistle

Right before Silviu is to be released from juvenile detention, his mother kidnaps the younger brother he has single-handedly raised. With no other option, he explodes in a shocking act of defiance.

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If You Don't, I Will

If You Don't, I Will

Pomme and Pierre have been together a long time, and when Pomme refuses to leave the forest after a hike, both are left to contemplate the strength and meaning of each other's commitment.

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Illegal

Illegal

After being arrested for living illegally in Belgium, a Russian woman finds herself on an earth-shattering journey to escape prison and reunite with her son.

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Kamikaze 89

Kamikaze 89

In his last film role, legendary director Rainer Werner Fassbinder plays Jansen, an expert cop living in a dystopic future where a mysterious organization known as the The Combine controls all media.

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Karl Marx City

Karl Marx City

25 years after the collapse of the GDR, filmmaker Petra Epperlein returns to the proletarian Oz of her childhood to find the truth about her late father’s suicide and his rumored Stasi past.

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King of Devil's Island

King of Devil's Island

A teenager accused of murder is sent to an island reform school where the director torments the boys—but it’s only a matter of time before he plots a cruel revenge.

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Le Grand Voyage

Le Grand Voyage

Just before his college entrance exams, Reda must drive his father to Mecca. From France to Saudi Arabia the two embark on a road trip that will change their lives.

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Light of My Eyes

Light of My Eyes

A chance encounter with a woman struggling to keep her daughter and her business offers Antonio, a chauffeur, the hope lacking in his detached existence.

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Line 41

Line 41

LINE 41 documents a Holocaust and Lodz Ghetto survivor's return back to today's Lodz (Poland)

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Lines of Wellington

Lines of Wellington

This lavish, star-studded epic set during the great Napoleonic Wars chronicles the lives of both the nobility and the poor against a tapestry of love affairs, deceit, intrigue and violence.

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My King

My King

Acclaimed auteur Maïwenn's magnum opus about the real and metaphysical pain endured by a woman (Emmanuelle Bercot) who struggles to leave a destructive co-dependent relationship with a charming yet e...

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My Mistress

My Mistress

What starts as a beautiful and strangely innocent affair between a vulnerable teenage romantic and a French S&M mistress soon becomes more dangerous.

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Pelle the Conqueror

Pelle the Conqueror

In this Academy Award-winning film from 1987, a Swedish father and son escape their impoverished rural life in hopes of finding a new start in Denmark.

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Protektor

Protektor

A Czech journalist joins a Prague radio station that broadcasts Nazi propaganda in order to protect his Jewish wife.

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Ugly, Dirty and Bad

Ugly, Dirty and Bad

Acclaimed Italian auteur Ettore Scola pairs up with legendary actor Nino Manfredi in this irreverent Cannes-winning comedy.

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Viva Laldjerie

Viva Laldjerie

A deeply personal portrayal of three women living in today's Algeria between modern society and Islamic fundamentalism, self-determination and dependence.

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Wondrous Boccaccio

Wondrous Boccaccio

In the 13th century, 10 children escape an outbreak of the black death and seek shelter in the countryside. To pass the time, each child tells a story that helps them cope with the uncertainties of li...

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You Will be Mine

You Will be Mine

Marie and Emma develop a deep need for one another after they become roommates.

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