Ariel (1988)
An unemployed miner is joined by a multi-tasking single mother in his bid to escape to a better world. Out to own as part of the Aki Kaurismäki Collection: Volume 1.
Le Havre (2011)
A middle-aged shoe-shiner helps an illegal immigrant.
Historic Centre (2012)
Four stories about life in Guimarães, Portugal.
Lights In The Dusk (2006)
A lonely security guard is exploited by a group of gangsters including a beautiful femme fatale.
The Man Without A Past (2002)
An Icelandic man who forgets who he is after a savage beating, has to reconstruct his life.
The Match Factory Girl (1990)
A production line worker tries to mend her shattered dreams through acts of vengeance. Out to own as part of the Aki Kaurismäki Collection Volume 1.
The Other Side Of Hope (2017)
A middle-aged restaurateur befriends a young refugee.
Shadows In Paradise (1986)
A lonely binman finds solidarity with a mistreated shop assistant. Out to own as part of the Aki Kaurismäki Collection: Volume 1.
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