Amelie (2001)
A girl with an eccentric, repressed childhood grows up attracted to the odd detail in everyday life and to the strangest people.
The Believer (2001)
An intelligent Jewish boy grows up into an urban terrorist who hates Judaism.
The City Of Lost Children (1995)
A fairground strongman searches for his brother in a grotesque world of artificial intelligence.
Dante 01 (2008)
A new arrival with alien powers upsets the equilibrium amongst prisoners in a deep space psychiatric detention centre.
Delicatessen (1990)
In a post-holocaust world, a butcher and landlord feeds his customers on the flesh of unfortunate tenants.
Micmacs (2009)
Satire on the arms trade, tracking one man's plan to blow up arms manufacturers.
T.S. Spivet (2013)
A young scientist secretly leaves his family's ranch to travel across the country to receive a prize.
A Very Long Engagement (2004)
A woman, refuses to believe her fiancé has been killed on the battlefield and goes in search of him.
When Evil Calls (2006)
Clowning around with people's wishes.
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