I Always Wanted To Be A Gangster (2007)
Existential comedy told in four vignettes linked by a roadside cafe.
Jealousy (2013)
Autobiographical cinema from director Philippe Garrel, in which his son Louis and Anna Mouglalis star as actors and lovers trying to reconcile their professional and personal lives.
Mammuth (2010)
An anarchic comedy in which a retired abbatoir worker takes to the road on his Mammuth motorbike in search of the paperwork he needs to get his pension.
Merci Pour Le Chocolat (2000)
A young pianist gets caught up in a web of family history intrigue.
The Most Assassinated Woman In The World (2018)
A young journalist becomes convinced the Grand Guinol theatre is linked to a series of murders
New Life (2002)
Exploitative, misogynistic film about men treating women as dogs.
Novo (2002)
A man struggles with love and memory loss.
Romanzo Criminale (2006)
Gritty tale of organised crime and murky Italian politics.
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