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Jean Reno stars as a retired gangster out for revenge for a brutal assassination attempt.
A former soldier in financial difficulty is persuaded to take part in a heist, but nothing goes to plan.
The story of Lukas, a lonely child who lives with his father, and baby eagle Abel.
Love, lust and naked women in a quartet of linked tales.
A hit-man lives isolated in a cabin at the edge of a lake. One day, an injured woman arrives in front of his house. To save her, he could well risk his own life.
Four couples go on holiday together and discover that the relationship therapy offered by the resort is not optional.
Animated story of a boy who leads a wild existence deep in the forest until the day he discovers civilised life in a neighbouring village and meets a girl who lives there.
A pet mouse flushed down a toilet struggles to find his way home, encountering all manner of adventures along the way.
In World War One, a group of Americans volunteers to fly with a French squadron.
The mother of all monsters tries to nest in New York.
A psychiatrist goes hunting for the secret of happiness.
A lacquered beautician and an overstressed chef come together in the chaos of a crowded airport.
US remake of Les Visiteurs, in which a medieval knight and his servant appear in the modern world.
Tom Cruise is Ethan Hunt, Special Agent, in the first of his TV spin off action extravaganzas.
A young woman find herself embroiled in the blame game after a bus accident.
Steve Martin attempts to emulate Peter Sellers as incompetent French policeman.
The bungling inspector investigates the theft of some historical artifacts.
Ultra-violent rollerblade/ motorbike game, played for international TV, in former USSR.
Heist caper starring Robert de Niro.
The stupidest crook in France joins forces with the most ruthless hitman in Paris.
A thief stumbles on a Parisian subculture after he robs a house and takes the loot into the Paris Metro.
French remake sees the squad try to catch a gang of jewel thieves.
An inconvenient woman Tanya Wexler on Buffaloed and a heroine who doesn't apologise
The fashion historian Mark Bozek on The Times Of Bill Cunningham
Huppert on a perpetual erotic charge Ira Sachs on working with France’s ultimate diva
Binoche out of her comfort zone Director Safy Nebbou on delivering the gift of a role
Jimmy Carter Rock & Roll President to open Tribeca Mary Wharton film lined up for 19th edition
César awards furore over Polanski Academy board resign as ceremony looms
Glasgow Short Film Festival line-up announced This year's focus is the politics of place
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