Amour (2012)
An elderly couple deal with the ravages of old age.
And Hope To Die (1972)
A man on the run falls in with a group of criminals.
Les Biches (1968)
Love, jealousy and domination in Sixties France.
The Conformist (1970)
An insecure man is persuaded to become an assassin, the target his former teacher.
Dangerous Liaisons (1959)
Love and adultery... Who could resist!?
Happy End (2017)
Story of a bourgeois family, set against the backdrop of the Calais refugee crisis.
Michael H - Profession: Director (2013)
An exploration of the work of Michael Haneke.
Those Who Love Me Can Take The Train (1998)
Friends and family of dead artist open old wounds and start new relationships at funeral.
Violent Summer (1959)
Set in the summer of Mussolini’s demise, a tempestuous love affair ensues between the widowed wife of a naval hero and a younger dodge drafting dandy.
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