Belle De Jour (1967)
Bunuel's story of a chaste housewife who gets a job in a brothel still has the power to shock after 40 years. Out now on re-release.
Belle Toujours (2006)
Forty years later, two of the characters from Belle De Jour are reunited, with a vengeful Henri determined to make Séverine face up to the past.
Contempt (1963)
An American producer and Austrian director clash over the making of a film.
Danger: Diabolik (1968)
An audacious, costumed thief seeks out new challenges despite knowing the authorities are out to capture him.
Diary Of A Chambermaid (1964)
Dark comedy exposing the 1930s in thrall to fascism.
Don't Touch The Axe (2007)
A Paris coquette seduces and toys with a heroic general, only to fall suddenly and tragically in love with him.
The Dust Of Time (2008)
A film director's past and present blend when, while shooting a film about his parents, his teenage daughter goes missing.
French Cancan (1954)
A club impresario makes a laundry girl the star of his can-can revival show.
Holy Motors (2012)
From dawn to dusk, a few hours in the life of Monsieur Oscar, a shadowy character who journeys from one life to the next.
I'm Going Home (2001)
Michel Piccoli plays a famous actor, who suffers a personal tragedy and loses his confidence.
Les Noces Rouges (1973)
Adultery, politics and murder in small town France.
Passion (1982)
Through the story of another filmmaker's struggles to create art, Godard explores the essence of cinema and different ways of telling he truth.
Rien Sur Robert (1999)
A lacklustre film critic has woman troubles.
We Have a Pope (2011)
Tragi-comic depiction of events surrounding the election of a new Pope in Nanni Moretti's searching, satirical sideswipe at the Catholic Church in Italy.
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