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An anthology of short films based on a fictional book of “western tales”.
An intellectual screenwriter comes to Hollywood to write a script for a wrestling B movie.
After someone puts the pee into rug, its owner goes in search of recompense from the man who shares his name.
When a disc believed to contain sensitive information falls into the wrong hands, the intelligence services rush headlong into a comedy of errors.
A rich man hires a private detective to kill his wife and her lover, but things don't go quite to plan.
A cocked up kidnap leads to mayhem and murder.
Capitol Pictures is about to complete its biggest film of the year, but its star has been kidnapped. Can the studio fixer solve the problem in time?
A divorce lawyer pits his wits against the wife of a millionaire.
One week in the life of a talented, failed singer/songwriter in Greenwich Village, New York, in the Sixties
Coen Brothers transport the Alec Guinness classic crime caper to the American south.
An introspective barber in a small Californian town in the Forties initiates a blackmail that goes wrong.
Moral ambiguity in the mob.
A man goes on the run from a psychopath in Texas after coming across a briefcase of stolen cash.
Chain gang escapees in Deep South emulate a comic Odyssey.
Twenty different glimpses of Paris.
It's downhill all the way after a couple steal a kid.
Black comedy about a professor whose life starts to unravel.
A young girl seeks out a lawman to hunt down the killer of her father.
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