Bitter Moon (1992)
An Englishman gets more than he bargained for when an American on his cruise ship offers to tell him the story of his relationship with a beautiful but dangerous woman.
Carnage (2011)
The Brooklyn bourgeoisie under the microscope in Roman Polanksi's adaptation of The God of Carnage.
Chinatown (1974)
A PI stumbles into a water conspiracy.
The Ghost (2010)
A ghost writer recruited to pen the memoirs of a former British Prime Minister gets caught up in a web of political intrigue, lies and corruption.
The Ninth Gate (1999)
In search of the book that the Devil wrote.
Oliver Twist (2005)
Lavish adaptation of Charles Dickens' tale of an orphan who crosses paths with a pickpocket.
The Pianist (2002)
True story of how a jewish concert pianist escaped the holocaust by hiding out in the Warsaw ghetto.
Repulsion (1965)
A lonely young woman gradually loses her mind.
Rosemary's Baby (1968)
Taut supernatural chiller with Mia Farrow having a devilish time with her pregnancy.
Venus In Fur (2013)
An actress endeavours to convince a director of her talents so she can win a part in the play based on Sacher-Masoch's novel.
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