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  • Little Girl

    7-year-old Sasha has always known she was a little girl, even though she was born a boy.

  • Barking Dogs Never Bite

    An out-of-work college lecturer (Lee Sung-jae) becomes so annoyed by the yapping dogs at his apartment complex that he decides to take drastic action. A bold and confident debut which already displays many of the themes and preoccupations that mark Bong Joon Ho’s masterful later films.

  • Memories of Murder

    Inspired by true events, Bong Joon Ho's sophomore feature blends true-crime with social satire and even comedy is his typically masterful fashion.

  • Hope Gap

    Grace (Annette Bening) and Edward (Bill Nighy), married for 29 years, live in a small seaside town near a cove under the cliffs called Hope Gap. When their son Jamie (Josh O’Connor) comes to visit for the weekend, Edward informs him that he plans to leave Grace, that same day.

  • Make Up

    After Ruth moves in with her boyfriend in a remote holiday park, tensions rise as she makes an unsettling discovery that lures her into a spiral of obsession.

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  • The Whistlers

    Directed by Corneliu Porumboiu

    A policeman intent on freeing a crooked businessman from a prison on Gomera, an island in the Canaries. However, he must first learn the difficult local dialect, a language which includes hissing and spitting.

  • The County

    Directed by Grímur Hákonarson

    From the award-winning director of 'Rams' comes a new comedy about a widowed farmer who begins a new life on her own terms by fighting against corruption and injustice in her community.

  • Who You Think I Am

    Juliette Binoche stars as a 50-year-old divorced teacher who creates a fake online persona of a beautiful 24-year-old woman, only to become trapped by her deceit when she falls for a man who has become smitten with her profile.

  • Moffie

    A young conscript's task to survive his military service is made all the more difficult when a connection is sparked between him and a fellow recruit.

  • Sátántangó

    Directed by Béla Tarr

    Tarr’s epic rendering of Laszlo Karsnahorkai's novel, about the decline of Communism in Eastern Europe, is a unique and visionary masterpiece that defies classification and transcends genre.

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