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Displaying 10 films
A WHITE, WHITE DAY is a portrait of a vengeful police chief who begins to suspect a local man of having had an affair with his late wife.
A Dutch matron establishes and, for several generations, oversees a close-knit, matriarchal community where feminism and liberalism thrive.
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.
After his father dies in battle, Finnish youth Eero learns that his mother is packing him off to live with a Swedish foster family. As World War II escalates, Eero's new home in the neutral nation is ...
A father who was absent for 30 years of his son's life returns and wants to bond with his son, on a road trip to the north.
Desperate for true love, painfully shy bodybuilder Dennis escapes the watch of his domineering mother and travels to Thailand in search of the love of his life.
Scripted by Ingmar Bergman, The Best Intentions is a multilayered backwards glance at the courtship of Bergman's own parents.
A NY Times critics pick, THE CHARMER is a slow-burning thriller about Esmail an Iranian man seeking a Danish bride.
After serving time in prison for the murder of a child, Jan Thomas finds work as a church organist, where he wins the affections of Anna, a single mother and pastor.
Ida moves in with her aunt and cousins after the tragic death of her mother. The home is filled with love, but the family leads a criminal life.