Glasgow Film Festival 2021

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Minari Minari
Minari and The Dissident
Cowboys (Country: US; Year: 2020; Director: Anna Kerrigan; Writer: Anna Kerrigan; Stars: Steve Zahn, Jillian Bell, Ann Dowd, Chris Coy, Bob Stephenson, Gary Farmer, Sasha Knight, Steve Zahn, Jillian Bell, Ann Dowd, Chris Coy, Bob Stephenson, Gary Farmer, Sasha Knight)
Troy and his young transgender son Joe are on the run from his conservative mother in the Montana wilderness, with a detective in hot pursuit.
The Dissident (Country: US; Year: 2020; Director: Bryan Fogel; Writer: Bryan Fogel, Mark Monroe)
When Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappears after entering Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul, his fiancée and dissidents around the world are left to piece together the clues to a brutal murder and expose a global cover up perpetrated by the very country he loved.
The Masque Of The Red Death (Country: UK; Year: 1964; Director: Roger Corman; Writer: Charles Beaumont, R. Wright Campbell; Stars: Vincent Price, Hazel Court, Jane Asher, David Weston, Nigel Green, Patrick Magee)
A cruel prince devotes himself to Satan and lives a life of excess, but just beyond his castle gates lurks a deadly plague.
Minari (Country: US; Year: 2020; Director: Lee Isaac Chung; Writer: Lee Isaac Chung; Stars: Steven Yeun, Han Yeri, Youn Yuh Jung, Will Patton, Alan Kim, Noel Kate Cho)
David, a seven-year-old Korean-American boy, gets his life turned upside down when his father decides to move their family to rural Arkansas and start a farm in the mid-1980s, in this charming and unexpected take on the American Dream.
Spring Blossom (16 Printemps) (Country: France; Year: 2020; Director: Suzanne Lindon; Writer: Suzanne Lindon; Stars: Arnaud Valois, Frédéric Pierrot, Dominique Besnehard, Suzanne Lindon, Rebecca Marder, Philippe Uchan, Florence Viala, Françoise Widhoff, Raymond Aquaviva, Arthur Giusi)
A bored teenager finds herself torn between the love of an older man and her adolescence.
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