36 (2004)
Power play and dirty tricks in the French police force.
District 13: Ultimatum (2009)
A pair of unlikely heroes try to stop bombs being detonated in a Paris ghetto.
The Grocer's Son (2007)
A man finds himself revisiting his past after he has to take on the job of running his father's grocery van.
Hidden (2005)
What dark secrets lie behind the mysterious video stalker?
On the Shore (2011)
In Nice, fifty-year-old police officer Michel Matarasso feels old, weary, and desperate for an all-consuming love.
Process (2004)
Casual sex, a mastectomy, marital disintegration leads a depressed actress to take her life.
Time To Leave (2005)
The last great taboo - a dissection of a young man coming to terms with death with the help of his grandmother.
Will It Snow For Christmas? (1996)
On a Provençal farm, a protective and devoted mother raises her seven illegitimate children... under the uncaring eye of the farmer, who is the father of her kids.
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