Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter (2012)
The president has a stake in a deadly game.
All Things To All Men (2013)
A bent copper tries to rip off a kingpin.
Amazing Grace (2006)
A dramatic look at the legal and cultural processes which led to the abolition of slavery.
Amelie (2001)
A girl with an eccentric, repressed childhood grows up attracted to the odd detail in everyday life and to the strangest people.
Arcadia (2016)
In a dystopian future, a man is promised refuge for himself and his daughter if he will take out an enemy of the state.
The Believer (2001)
An intelligent Jewish boy grows up into an urban terrorist who hates Judaism.
Bless The Child (2000)
Good and evil battle for the soul of a six-year-old.
The City Of Lost Children (1995)
A fairground strongman searches for his brother in a grotesque world of artificial intelligence.
Dark City (1998)
Film noir plotting meets a fiendish science fiction underworld in an extravagant fantasy.
Dark City: Director's Cut (1998)
Extravagant sci-fi fantasy about a hunted man struggling with his memory gets a directorial polish.
Happiness (1998)
Sex in suburbia.
The Holiday (2006)
An American woman and an Englishwoman swap houses for a holiday and discover romance.
The Honest Courtesan (1998)
A Venetian who is too low-class to marry the man she loves, becomes a courtesan.
The Illusionist (2006)
A dangerous love story infused by the magic of assumed reality.
A Knight's Tale (2001)
A peasant pretends to be a nobleman in order to compete on the jousting circuit.
The Legend Of Zorro (2005)
Sword-fighting sequel, sees Zorro take on a racist preacher.
Leonard Cohen: I'm Your Man (2005)
A tribute concert for Leonard Cohen, with snatches of interviews and scrapbook photos.
Marius (2013)
Love story between a would-be sailor and his childhood friend.
Martha, Meet Frank, Daniel and Laurence (1998)
The friendship of three buddies is threatened after they all meet - and fall for - the same girl.
Middlemarch (1994)
Personal and public politics in a small English town in the middle of the 19th century
Mystery Train (1989)
Trio of stories connected by a Memphis hotel and the spirit of Elvis Presley.
Scottish Mussel (2015)
A Glaswegian chancer who moonlights as an illegal pearl fisher in the Highland streams falls for a beautiful English conservationist.
The Sea (2013)
An art historian explores haunting memories in the village he visited as a child.
The Tourist (2010)
A post-heist thriller about a man whose lonely wanderings lead him into the path of a dangerous woman with still more dangerous enemies.
Tristan & Isolde (2006)
A Dark Ages take on Romeo and Juliet, with naked nursing and energetic swordplay
Vinyan (2008)
A couple searching for their missing child find themselves in ever more desperate circumstances.
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