Amelie (2001)
A girl with an eccentric, repressed childhood grows up attracted to the odd detail in everyday life and to the strangest people.
Assassin(s) (1997)
A hitman decides to train up a successor.
The Believer (2001)
An intelligent Jewish boy grows up into an urban terrorist who hates Judaism.
Birthday Girl (2001)
Nicole Kidman is a Russian internet bride who ends up with a St Albans bank clerk.
The Fifth Element (1997)
A futuristic cabbie battles to save the world.
Happy End (2017)
Story of a bourgeois family, set against the backdrop of the Calais refugee crisis.
Haywire (2011)
An betrayed agent goes rogue in search of revenge.
Munich (2005)
Fictionalised reimagining of the aftermath of the Munich Olympics hostage taking and slaughter.
Wild Life (2014)
A father tries to raise his two sons away from civilisation.
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