The Blessed (2017)
One night in Algiers shows how the shadow of war lingers over multiple generations.
Days Of Glory (2006)
Four North African men join the French army to fight the Nazis, but will their deeds be remembered?
Drole de Felix (1999)
Gay man goes on road trip to see his dad.
London River (2009)
Two parents from very different backgrounds hunt their missing children after the London terror attacks.
Patchwork Family (2014)
A salesman finds his sharp practice comes back to haunt him.
The Siege (1998)
After a sheikh is kidnapped by the US, terrorists target New York.
A Son (2019)
After a child is shot and needs a transplant, a family secret is exposed.
Vivre Me Tue (2002)
Two brothers struggle to find happiness in a sleazy world of drugs and violence.
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