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Alcarràs
Alcarràs
The Solé family spends the summer picking peaches - but this year’s crop may well be their last as new owners plan to replace the peach trees with solar panels and the family’s livelihood is threatened.
After Blue
After Blue
It's a distant future, on a savage planet, where only women can survive. The lonely teenager Roxy frees a criminal buried in the sand. Once freed, the woman, who goes by the name of Kate Bush, starts spreading fear and death again.
Speak No Evil
Speak No Evil
A Danish family visits a Dutch family they met on a holiday. What was supposed to be an idyllic weekend slowly starts unraveling as the Danes try to stay polite in the face of unpleasantness.
Hit The Road
Hit The Road
Drama based around a road trip in a borrowed car.
The Good Boss
The Good Boss
Trouble brews at a factory after a boss finds himself in line for an award for excellence.
Songs For A Fox
Songs For A Fox
After his lover's death, a rock singer studies the art of lucid dreaming and descends into a netherworld in hopes of being together again.
Neptune Frost
Neptune Frost
The love story between an African intersex runaway and a coltan miner, and the virtual marvel born as a result of their union.
Mirror
Mirror
Documentary about the lives of a group of acid attack survivors.
Boiling Point
Boiling Point
The shift has hardly begun for head chef Andy and he’s already behind with everything. His restaurant is overbooked, there’s a disgruntled inspector combing the kitchen and, if that weren’t enough, a culinary icon and a respected food critic have turned up for dinner.
Feature Film About Life
Feature Film About Life
A woman finds herself in increasingly curious situations after the death of her father.
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