The Centre Of The World (2001)
A man pays a stripper to spend three days with him so that he can get to know her better.
The Good Shepherd (2004)
Hip priest turns detective.
Luck (2003)
Canadian melodrama about gambling, luck and the nation’s jewel in the crown, ice hockey.
Marion Bridge (2002)
The reconciliation of three sisters in Nova Scotia, as their mother lies dying.
Max (2002)
A friendship between an artist and Hitler as a young man.
Madeline's Madeline (2018)
A young woman with mental health issues finds herself pushed to the limit by the demands of a theatre group.
Oliver Sherman (2011)
Nerve splintering drama about man's dual capacity for compassion and violence.
The Road (2009)
An unnamed father and son travel through a post-apocalyptic America in this adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's Pulitzer Prize winning novel.
Sunshine (1999)
Sobering and powerful film that follows three generations in upper-class Jews amid the early 20th Century.
Suspicious River (2000)
A hotel receptionist offers sex as part of the service.
The War Bride (2001)
Anna Friel marries shy soldier during the Blitz and goes to Canada to live with his depressed family.
The Wicker Man (2006)
A detective searches for a missing child in a mysterious Pagan community.
Wonderland (1999)
Ensemble drama about the lifes and loves of the working class in London.
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