Brotherhood Of The Wolf (2001)
A naturalist philanderer and kick-boxing Native American search for a peasant-eating beast in 18th century.
The Child (2005)
A petty criminal decides to sell his own child on the black market. Will it be the catalyst he needs to grow up himself?
Criminal Lovers (1999)
Teenage murderers are held prisoners by a cannibalistic hermit in the depths of a wood.
Frankie (2019)
Three generations grappling with a life-changing experience during one day of a vacation in Sintra, Portugal, a historic town known for its dense gardens and fairy-tale villas and palaces.
L'Amant Double (2017)
A fragile young woman falls for her psychotherapist... and his twin.
Neither Heaven Nor Earth (2015)
French soldiers in Afghanistan are faced with unexpected circumstances.
Private Property (2006)
A single mother comes into conflict with her twin teenage sons when she considers selling their house to make a new life for herself.
The Promise (1996)
The son of a shady slum landlord faces a moral quandry after he makes a promise to a dying man.
The Silence Of Lorna (2008)
A young immigrant in a sham marriage finds herself unexpectedly torn when the gangsters who arranged it want her junkie husband dead.
Saint Laurent (2014)
Biopic of Yves Saint Laurent.
Summer Hours (2008)
Drama about a priceless art collection and a family's decision about how best to use it, for both memory and intrinsic worth.
White Elephant (2012)
The story of the friendship between two priests who settle in a Buenos Aires slum area to carry out their ministry and social work.
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