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Eight women, one body and a house full of lies.
The life story of a self-obsessed young woman determined to succeed as a romance novelist at the beginning of the 20th Century.
Teenage murderers are held prisoners by a cannibalistic hermit in the depths of a wood.
In the aftermath of WWI, a young German who grieves the death of her fiancé in France meets a mysterious French man who visits the fiancé's grave to lay flowers.
Fiction and reality become blurred between a teacher and student.
A fragile young woman falls for her psychotherapist... and his twin.
When a woman falls seriously ill her friend gets more than she bargained for after pledging to look after her baby and husband.
When her husband falls ill and his beautiful wife takes over his umbrella business, her life changes in unexpected and liberating ways.
A pregnant woman whose boyfriend dies of an overdose forms an unexpected bond with his brother.
Story of two ordinary people who go on to have a most extraordinary child.
A prickly English author looks for inspiration in a hedonistic housemate.
The last great taboo - a dissection of a young man coming to terms with death with the help of his grandmother.
A widow in denial about her husband's death, imagines he is still at home.
A businessman seduces a twentysomething man, only for trouble to ensue after he moves in with him.
Portrait of a 17-year-old, who sells her body for cash.
Hidden Places Isabelle Huppert on filming in Sintra, fashion and Frankie
Engaging Martin Scorsese Gay Talese on Martin Scorsese and The Irishman
Recording the soul Arnaud Desplechin on editing, Oh Mercy! and Cries And Whispers
A contemporary character Pietro Marcello on his film of Martin Eden and Jack London’s novel
Diversity Rocks Sarah Gavron and Theresa Ikoko on capturing the teenage spirit and pushing the industry forward
The making of a hybrid Bertrand Bonello on histories and Zombi Child
Oscar animation longlist revealed 32 films under consideration
Black Hat takes this year's Iris Prize My Brother Is A Mermaid wins Best British Short
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