The Bride Wore Black (1968)
New Wave brat scholar Tarantino swears blind this was not the inspiration for Kill Bill? You decide.
Bye Bye Blackbird (2005)
A construction worker joins a circus troupe and falls in love with a beautiful trapeze artist.
Free Men (2011)
In 1940s Paris, a young Algerian is blackmailed by the police into spying on a mosque and finds his life changing forever.
The Last Mistress (2007)
Exploration of aristocratic fidelity in 18th Century France.
Munich (2005)
Fictionalised reimagining of the aftermath of the Munich Olympics hostage taking and slaughter.
The Name Of The Rose (1986)
An elderly monk with a complicated past investigates a series of murders whilst his young acolyte falls in love.
N - The Madness Of Reason (2014)
Drawing connections between European adventurer Raymond Borremans and present-day Africa.
Of Gods And Men (2010)
Based on a true incident, the film is set in a Cistercian monastery in North Africa in the 1990s, where eight French monks live in cordial harmony with the local population... and what happens when violence encroaches.
Public Benches (2009)
Ensemble film that sees a regular day at the office shattered when the staff notice a banner on the building opposite reading: Man Alone.
Ronin (1998)
Heist caper starring Robert de Niro.
Titeuf (2011)
A schoolboy tries to cope with his parent's trial separation and win over the girl of his dreams.
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