Blue Is The Warmest Colour (2013)
Two young women fall unexpectedly and passionately in love.
Diary Of A Chambermaid (2015)
An alert servant works for a wealthy couple in rural France.
Farewell, My Queen (2012)
The early days of the French Revolution as seen through the eyes of the servants at Versailles.
Going South (2009)
Tensions flare as a group of four twenty-somethings take a road trip to the south of France.
The Grand Budapest Hotel (2014)
The adventures of a concierge and a lobby boy who becomes his friend.
Grand Central (2013)
A complex romance set against the backdrop of the nuclear power industry.
It's Only The End Of The World (2016)
A writer returns home after a long absence to tell his family he is terminally ill.
Kursk: The Last Mission (2018)
Retelling of the Kursk submarine disaster.
The Lobster (2015)
In a dystopian near future, single people are obliged to find a matching mate in 45 days or are transformed into animals and released into the woods.
Lourdes (2009)
The story of a wheelchair-using woman's pilgrimage in search of a miracle.
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol (2011)
Ethan Hunt is forced to become a rogue agent in order to clear his name.
Oh Mercy! (2019)
A police chief in northern France tries to solve a case where an old woman was brutally murdered.
Robin Hood (2010)
Robin goes back to his roots before the hood.
Sister (2012)
A snapshot of life for a 12-year-old, who steals from the rich at a local ski resort to support him and his sister.
Spectre (2015)
A message from Bond's past sends him on the trail of a sinister organisation.
Saint Laurent (2014)
Biopic of Yves Saint Laurent.
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