A shelf-stacker and a metal worker fall in love this week in Aki Kaurismäki comedy Fallen Leaves, while a drag queen seduces the man who assaulted him in Femme. A famous US trial is dramatised in Miranda's Victim - see what director Michelle Danner had to say about it - and what the Bible says on homosexuality is explored in 1946: The Mistranslation That Shifted Culture. Ridley Scott dramatises the life of Napoleon, a relocated family finds itself at odds with the neighbours in There's Something In The Barn, and a mother is forced to confront her past as her daughter grows up in Girl - see our interview with director Adura Onashile. A family gathers for a celebration in Tótem - we talked with director Lila Avilés - and technology reveals a sinister aspect in documentary Another Body - co-director Reuben Hamlyn told us more. The story of Leonard Bernstein is dramatised in Maestro, a Jewish boy is troubled by family silences in animation My Father's Secrets, and there's a guide to spotting extra-terrestrials in 5000 Space Aliens - we spoke with director Scott Bateman. An army instructor takes a surprising new direction in Eismayer - director David Wagner shared his thoughts, plus there are big screen re-releases for classic romcom Love Actually, gangland thriller Scarface, war drama Saving Private Ryan and Christmas comedy Elf.

We also have plenty of suggestions for films to watch on television and streaming services in our Stay-at-Home Seven.


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Finding himself in a new era, approaching retirement, Indy wrestles with fitting into a world that seems to have outgrown him. But as the tentacles of an all-too-familiar evil return in the form of an old rival, Indy must don his hat and pick up his whip once more to make sure an ancient and powerful artefact doesn't fall into the wrong hands.
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Two Navajo police officers in the Southwest US in the Seventies are forced to challenge their own spiritual beliefs when they search for clues in a double murder case.


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Resilient and brave Bernard-Henri Lévy on Glory To The Heroes

Space and time Stefanie Kolk on her approach to the grieving process in Melk

Out of the ruins Um Tae-hwa and Lee Byung-hun discuss South Korean Oscar submission Concrete Utopia

Holding on to the magic Thomas von Steinaecker on Werner Herzog – Radical Dreamer

A bygone era Jeff Zimbalist on Germaine Greer, Betty Friedan, Susan Sontag, Gloria Steinem, Gore Vidal and How To Come Alive With Norman Mailer

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