101 Reykjavik (2000)
A hedonistic young man gets more than he bargained for when a Spanish flamenco dancer moves in with he and his mother.
Freedom Fighters (1996)
A young nun flees her convent at the outbreak of the Civil War and seeks refuge in a brothel only to be liberated by a group of anarchist women determined to fight on the front line.
High Heels (1991)
A woman who lives in the shadow of her mother finds herself locking horns with her after her husband is killed.
Just Walking (2008)
An ex-con plans to get her own back on her thug of a husband by ripping him off.
Lovers (1991)
After finishing his military service, a young man intends to settle down with his fiancée but begins a dangerous affair with his landlady.
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