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    • Artificial Eye

      The Agnes Varda Collection - Volume 1

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      <p>Agnes Varda used the skills she honed early in her career as a photographer to create some of the most nuanced, thought-provoking films of the past fifty years. She is widely believed to have presaged the French new wave with her first film, La Pointe Courte, which is featured here in this collection of her most prestigious work. Featured in this collection are La Pointe Courte (1954), Cleo 5 to 7 (1961), Le Bonheur (1964), La Glaneurs et la Glaneuse (2000).</p>

      £39.99£17.99

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      The Nicolas Philibert Collection

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      <p>From acclaimed filmmaker Nicolas Philibert. This set contains four of his acclaimed documentaries. Nénette (2010) Nénette the orangutan is now the most senior inhabitant of the world’s oldest zoo – and the star of this awe-inspiring, tender and funny film. Un Animal Des Animaux (1996) Philibert visits Paris' legendary Museum and Naturak History and records the painstaking work of artists who repaint, re-feather, fluff a menageries of stuffed animals.Être et avoir (2002) A documenatry portrait of a one-room school in rural France, where the students are educated by a single dedicated teacher. Le Ville Louvre (1990) This revealing behind the scenes look at the world's most famous art museum.</p>

      £29.99£19.99

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      The Satyajit Ray Collection Volume 3

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      <p>Satyajit Ray is internationally acknowledged as one of the great masters of world cinema. This new collection features three more acomplished works. Titles Comprise:Deliverance (1981): An interesting look at the differences in the Indian caste system.The Home and the World (1984): A Journey of a woman who recalls the events that moulded her perspective on the world.The Public Enemy (1990): An adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's 'An Enemy of the People'</p>

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    • Artificial Eye

      Artificial Eye 40th Anniversary Collection Volume 3: Palme d'Or Winners

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      <p>Revisit four Cannes Palme d'Or winning films by critically acclaimed directors Cristian Mungiu, Laurent Cantet, Abdellatif Kechiche and Michael Haneke in the special collection of films celebrating the 40th anniversary of Artificial Eye. Read more at http://www.curzonartificialeye.com/artificial-eye-40th-anniversary-collection-volume-3-palme-dor-winners/#vqsVdlSqFRpyxhPv.99</p>

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      3 Films By Takeshi Kitano

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      <p>This set includes the following three distinguished works from aclaimed director Takeshi KitanoTakeshis’ (2005)Beat Takeshi lives a busy, and sometimes surreal, life of a show biz celebrity. But his blond lookalike names Kitano, a shy convenience store cashier, is still an unknown actor waiting for his big break. After crossing paths with Beat and a series of frustrating auditions, Kitano seems to mysteriously fall into a fantasy state highlighted by aspects of Beat’s real life and violent onscreen persona.Zatoichi (2003)Takeshi Kitano directs himself as a blind warrior whose humble façade disguises his prodigious skills as a master swordsman in this dazzling thrilling tale of swordplay and adventure set in 19th Century Japan.Dolls (2002)Cult director Takeshi Kitano weaves together three visually stunning and deeply touching stories of undying love inspired by traditional Bunraku puppet theatre.</p>

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      The Dardennes Brothers Collection

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      <p>A comprehensive and definitive collection of filns by one of the most celebrated and successful filmmaking partnerships in contemporary cinema. Now for the first time ever, all their award-winning, groundbreaking filns are available together in one scintillating box set. This set features The Kid with a Bike, The Silence of Lorna, The Child, The Son, Rosetta and La Promesse.</p>

      £59.99£25.99

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      Agnes Varda Collection Vol 2

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      <p>A second volume of classics from French director Agnes Varda. Features The Beaches of Agnes (2008), Jacquot de Nantes (1991), Vagabond (1985) and L'Une Chante, L'Autre Pas (1977). The Beaches of Agnes: An intimate and inventive autobiographical portrait of acclaimed experimental French director Agnes Varda. A member of the French New Wave and married to fellow director Jacques Demy, Varda pioneered the 'cine-writing' style of filmmaking, carefully planning every aspect of the film in order to achieve the greatest emotional response. Taking a detour from the standard forms of storytelling, Varda relates her own story by employing a range of filmic techniques, including the re-staging of dramatic events in her life, and the use of symbolic visual sets that combine to flesh out her thoughts and concepts, while at the same time giving an insight into her creative processes through the years. The film was the winner of the Best Documentary Cesar Award, 2009. Jacquot de Nantes: The true story of the childhood of Jaques Demy, and his pursuit of a dream to become a filmmaker. Vagabond: A shocking tale of a homeless drifter, Mona (Sandrine Bonnaire), found frozen to death in a ditch and the seamless flashbacks that record her fall into degradation. Varda says little about her heroine. But seen through Mona's eyes and portrayed in rich naturalistic performances, the result is an unswerving and poetic portrait of modern France. L'Une Chante, L'Autre Pas: Set against the backdrop of the women's movement in 1970s France, this film follows the lives of two women from differing backgrounds.</p>

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      The Alexander Sokurov Collection

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      <p>Regarded as one of the most important contemporary directors in Russian and World cinema, Alexander Sokurov's decade-spanning career has seen him lauded with festival prizes and hailed as a visionary maestro of the highest order. Considered as Andrei Tarkovsky's heir apparent, he is recognized for such groundbreaking films as Russian Ark (2002) and Faust (2011), which recently won the Venice Film Festival’s prestigious Golden Lion award. This brand new box set contains three of his most thrilling and audacious works, available here for the first time on DVD.</p>

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      The Unknown Girl

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      <p>Jenny, a young general practitioner, feels guilty for not having opened the door of her practice to a girl who is found dead shortly after. On learning from the police that they have no way of identifying her, Jenny has only one goal: to discover the name of the young girl so that she will not be buried anonymously so that she will not disappear as if she had never lived.</p>

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      Rivers and Tides

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      <p>Documentary profile of renowned sculptor Andy Goldsworthy, famed for his work using natural materials such as ice, stone, leaves, and wood. Shot in four countries across four seasons, the documentary offers an insight into Goldsworthy's painstaking creative processes, and the elusive nature of his work, which is often destroyed by nature and by the passing of time.</p>

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      Anne and Muriel (Les Deux Anglaises et le Continent)

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      <p>François Truffaut's second adaptation of a Henri-Pierre Roche novel (the other being 'Jules et Jim') is also about a menage-à-trois, although this time set in nineteenth century Wales. Claude (Jean-Pierre Léaud), an aspiring young French writer, spends a holiday on the Welsh coast with an English family and falls in love with the two daughters, Ann (Kika Markham) and Muriel (Stacey Tendeter).</p>

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      A Gorgeous Girl Like Me (Une Belle Fille Comme Moi)

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      <p>A sociologist researching a book interviews murderess Camille, who tells him the story of her life. Put in a reform school as a child for suspected patricide, and later transferred to an orphanage, she escaped and tricked a young man called Clovis into marrying her. After attempting to kill Clovis' mother, she fled to Paris, where she began an affair with a night-club singer. Camille has left a trail of destruction and deceit in her wake, which now threatens to engulf the sociologist.</p>

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    • Artificial Eye

      Los Bastardos

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      <p>A multiple award winner and 2008 Cannes Film Festival selection, Amat Escalante's Los Bastardos looks and sounds very impressive (Variety), and makes an indeliby disturbing impact. Like the rest of the day-labouring migrant workers who gather together each morning on a southwesten American strip mall sidewalk, Jesus and Fausto struggle to get ahead in El Norte. But when a callous gringo boss strands them in the middle of a community that exploits them one minute and insults them the next, the two young men cock their sawed off shotgun and calmy take a troubled housewife hostage in her own home. Los Bastardos plumbs the depths of human brutality with the same cool cinematic ceritude as the works of Michael Haneke</p>

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      The Kid with a Bike

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      <p>The Dardennes create tension out of human drama and draw believable, excellent performances from their entire cast. Cyril, almost 12, has only one plan: to find the father who left him temporarily in a children's home. By chance he meets Samantha, who runs a hairdressing salon and agrees to let him stay with her at weekends. Cyril doesn't recognize the love Samantha feels for him, a love he desperately needs to calm his rage. This affecting and gripping drama is one of the finest films from the directors of 'The Child', 'Rosetta' and 'The Silence of Lorna'.</p>

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    • Artificial Eye

      Beau Travail

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      <p>Inspired by Herman Melville's 'Billy Budd', filmmaker Claire Denis' 'Beau Travail' is a stunning combination of literature, music and dance that explores the near-mythical world of the French Foreign Legion. Dennis Lavant stars as Galoup, a sergeant-major whose position and power are threatened when the bravery and heroism of new recruit Sentain (Gregoire Colin) attracts the attention of the platoon's commandant (Michel Subor). Enraged, Galoup plots Sentain's downfall, a doomed course of action that leads to his own undoing. Director Denis creates a dark mounting tension that underlies the exquisite cinematography of Agnes Godard, whose stark visual style contrasts vividly with the graceful training rituals of the sculpted young soldiers.</p>

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    • Artificial Eye

      Set the Piano Stool on Fire

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      <p>About the relationship between pianist Alfred Brendel, widely recognised as one of the world’s greatest classical pianists, and his pupil, the brilliant and eccentric young prodigy Kit Armstrong. The film is an intimate chronicle of their relationship during 2008-9 and includes the only footage of Brendel performing during his farewell tour. A moving film about apprenticeship, in which we watch a master, on the eve of his own retirement, pass on a life’s experience and wisdom to an outstandingly gifted pupil.</p>

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      Jacquot De Nantes

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      <p>It's the story of a child and his obsession of pursuing his dream to become a film-maker. How he buys his first camera, shoots his first amateur film, which marks the beginning of one of the most prestigious careers of any French director, Jacques Demy. The story is told with emotion by Agnes Varda, who shared his life for years.</p>

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      My Father Lord

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      <p>Understated Israeli drama studying the family life of ultra-orthodox rabbi Abraham Eidelmann (Assi Dayan). Unreservedly devoted to his faith, Abraham spends his days praying, studying the Torah and preparing his sermons - leaving little time for his young wife Esther (Sharon Hacohen), who in turn devotes herself to the couple's son Menahem (Ilan Griff).</p>

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    • Artificial Eye

      Life During Wartime

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      <p>Joy (Shirkey Henderson) is married to a man with an unresolved 'affliction', and recieves visitations from her deceased ex-lover. Her sister Trish (Allison Janney) meets an unlikely new suitor (Michael Lerner) who she hopes will bring stability to her family, while her husband (Ciaran Hinds) is just out of prison andkeen to reconnect with his son. Helen (Ally Sheedy), the third sister, is feeling intense pressure from her family and her Hollywood success. Ten years after the critically acclaimed 'Happiness', director Todd Solondz returns to the familiar themes and characters with 'Life During Wartime', and presents us with a tale thats poignant, funny,disturbing, shocking and sad, while creating a resonant portrait of modern life and love.</p>

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      Hotel

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      <p>Irene takes a position at a hotel deep in the woods of the Austrian Alps. She soon discovers that the girl she replaced vanished mysteriously and fears that her life is at stake. A disturbing journey through mystery and anguish reminiscent of Alfred Hitchcock and David Lynch, empowered by a very personal vision of terror. This is the second full length feature from director Jessica Hausner (Lourdes).</p>

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      Revanche

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      <p>Nominated for an an Oscar in 2009, Revanche is a stunning and gripping thriller from Austrian filmmaker Gotz Speilmann. Ex-con Alex spends his days working as an assistant in a Viennese brothel. It's here where he falls for Ukranian hooker Tamara. Their desperate plans for escape unexpectedly clash with the lives of a police officer and his wife. Speilmann creates a tense and surprising portrait of vengeance and redemption, and a journey into the darkest forests of human nature, in which violence and beauty exist side by side.</p>

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      Cleo from 5 to 7

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      <p>Stars Corinne Marchand as the eponymous heroine, a singer who whiles away a couple of hours in the cafés, shops and streets of Paris at the height of the sixties.</p>

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    • Artificial Eye

      Peepli Live

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      <p>In a tiny corner of a giant country, a poor farmer is about to lose everything. His brother has a plan to win it all back!Peepli Live is a satire, which revolves around a villager from Central India called Natha, his brother Budhia and their family.The family is about to lose their land because they are unable to repay a loan, when they hear of a government programme which offers the family of any farmer committing suicide a compensation of 100,000 rupees ($2000).The older brother convinces his sibling to agree to commit suicide. This sets in motion a chain of events which finds Natha in the eye of a storm. The local bigwigs, the state government, high-ranking bureaucrats, federal ministers and the national media, all become stakeholders in the mad circus that errupts.</p>

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      Babettes Feast

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      <p>Adapted from a story by 'Out of Africa' author Isak Dinesen, it tells the story of a 19th Century religious community on Denmark's remote and windswept coast. Into this austere environment comes Babette, a mysterious refugee from France's civil war. When she mounts a French gourmet feast to mark the community's anniversary, the local elders are scandalized. Just who is the strangely talented Babette, who has terrified this pious town with the prospect of losing their souls for enjoying too much earthly pleasure?</p>

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    • Artificial Eye

      Three Colours: Red

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      <p>The final section of the late Krzysztof Kieslowski's acclaimed Three Colours trilogy (preceded by Blue and White) is the least likely of the three to stand alone, and indeed benefits from a little familiarity with the first two parts. Nevertheless, it's a strong, unique piece that reflects upon the ubiquity of images in the modern world and the parallel subjugation of meaningful communication. Irène Jacob plays a fashion model whose lovely face is hugely enlarged on a red banner no one in Geneva, Switzerland, can possibly miss seeing. Striking up a relationship with an embittered former judge (Jean-Louis Trintignant), who secretly scans his neighbours' conversations through electronic surveillance, Jacob's character becomes an aural witness to the secret lives of those we think we know. Kieslowski cleverly wraps up the trilogy with a device that brings together the principals of all three films. - Tom Keogh</p>

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      I, Anna

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      <p>The lives of a beautiful divorcee (Charlotte Rampling) and a troubled detective (Gabriel Byrne) intersect during the investigation of a vicious murder on the grimy, rain-soaked streets of London, sparkling a tangled web of passion, intrigue and deceit. Featuring impressive performances from the award-winning cast and whip-smart dialogue, I, Anna is a stunning neo-noir from one of Britain's greatest up-and-coming talents.</p>

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      The Holy Man (Mahapurush)

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      <p>A story of a devout Hindu man who falls victim to a charlatan posing as a holy man by asking him to find his daughter a husband, the lightness of this sharp, quick-witted comedy belies a cutting criticism of Indian post-war society.</p>

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      Ward No. 6

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      <p>Adapted from an acclaimed short story by Anton Chekhov, WARD NO. 6 is a compelling and powerful cautionary tale of one man's descent into madness. Updated to a contemporary setting and utilising a semi-documentary approach, the film charts the existential crisis and subsequent decline of Dr Ragin (Vladimir Ilyich) from chief psychiatrist of a mental institution to asylum inmate. Co-written and directed by veteran filmmaker Karen Shakhnazarov and selected as Russia's entry for the 2010 Academy Awards, WARD NO. 6 is a compelling exploration of the fearfully delicate line that separates sanity and insanity.</p>

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      La Pointe Courte

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      <p>La Pointe Courte</p>

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      The Romance of Astrea

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      <p>The Romance of Astrea</p>

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      Werckmeister Harmonies

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      <p>The population of a desolate provincial town on the Hungarian plain await the arrival of a circus that features the stuffed carcass of a whale and a mysterious Prince. Its appearance disturbs the order of the populace, unleashing a torrent of violence and beauty. The Hungarian auteur Bela Tarr at last gained international recognition as one of the most distinctive and visionary of contemporary filmmakers with this quite extraordinary adaptation of László Krazsnahorkai’s novel ‘The Melancholy of Resistance’. Featuring an outstanding cast, including Fassbinder veteran Hanna Schygulla, and a hauntingly beautiful score composed by Mihály Víg, ‘The Werckmeister Harmonies’ is a hypnotic, challenging and utterly compelling masterpiece.</p>

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      The Maid

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      <p>Raquel has served as the live-in maid for the Valdes family for 23 years. Neither truly a member of the family nor simply a servant, she inhabits an undefined space somewhere in between. Threatened when the family decides to bring on extra help, she engages in a series of increasingly frantic acts to hold on to her position.</p>

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      Manglehorn

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      <p>Reclusive small town locksmith, A.J. Manglehorn (Al Pacino) has never quite recovered from losing the love of his life. He feels closer to his beloved cat than the people around him and prefers to find comfort in his work and daily routine. Still, he continues to form tenuous forms of somewhat human connections, maintaining intermittent contact with his son and establishing a cautious friendship with a kindhearted woman from the local bank. As this solitary man approaches the possibility of new love, he finds himself at a crossroads between staying mired in the past and embracing the present.</p>

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      45 Years

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      <p>Kate Mercer is planning a party to celebrate her 45th wedding anniversary. One week before the celebration, however, a letter arrives for her husband Geoff, containing news that reawakens troubling and long-hidden memories. Though Kate continues to prepare for the anniversary, she becomes increasingly concerned by Geoff’s preoccupation with the letter and the ensuing revelations about his past. By the time the party comes round, there may not be a marriage left to celebrate. 45 Years is an intimate, moving and beautifully restrained portrait of a marriage shaken to its core by things left unspoken.</p>

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      Ice And The Sky

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      <p>An insightful documentary follows the story of Claude Lorius, a man who has committed to over 22 polar expeditions since the 1960s and for that time has been cautioning the world that global warming is a certainty if we don’t change our ways. Now he is an old man who has been proven right. Ice and the Sky follows his final footsteps as he tries to convince the world to ensure its survival for future generations.</p>

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      Our Little Sister

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      <p>Three sisters - Sachi, Yoshino and Chika - live together in a large house in the city of Kamakura. When their father - absent from the family home for the last 15 years - dies, they travel to the countryside for his funeral, and meet their shy teenage half-sister. Bonding quickly with the orphaned Suzu, they invite her to live with them. Suzu eagerly agrees, and a new life of joyful discovery begins for the four siblings... Click Images to Enlarge</p>

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      The Chaplin Revue

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      <p>Contains seven Charlie Chaplin movies made between 1918 and 1923. Included are 'Shoulder Arms' (1918) - his popular portrayal of World War I trench life, the charming and hilarious views of family life and romance in 'A Dog's Life' (1918), and lampooning small-town hypocrisy in The Pilgrim' (1923)</p>

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      Call Girl

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      <p>Sweden in the late 70s seems like the perfect society, with neutral politics and women's liberation dominating the media. But beneath the polished surface lurks a corrupt, seedy underworld of strip shows and sex clubs where dreams are made and lives are destroyed. Iris, a young girl from the bottom rung of society, works as a call girl within this murky world. And Iris has learnt that power can get you anything... Directed by Mikael Marciman (Wallander), shot by Hoyte Van Hoytema (The Fighter, Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy) and produced by Jessica Ask (The Hunt, a Royal Affair, Only God Forgives). A slick, sexy slice of top-class Nordic Noir that performs as both edge-of-your-seat political thriller and engrossing character study.</p>

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      Time Out

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      <p>Vincent (Recoing) seems to contentedly spends weeks on the road, busy with business trips and meetings. He shares vague details with his loving wife, Muriel (Viard) and their three children. But Vincent's professional life is fiction. Unable to bear telling family and friends that he lost his consulting position weeks ago, he invents, in meticulous detail, a prestigious new job for himself in Geneva. But telling lies becomes a full-time occupation and, to maintain his lost income, he betrays even his friends in shady investment deals. All Vincent wanted was a release from a suffocating professional life, yet somehow allow his family's life to continue as before. Now, the ever-growing tension of Vincent's world is quickly closing in... Cantet's award-winning, intimate and absorbing film features a stunning lead performance from Aurelien Recoing.</p>

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      Chronic

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      <p>Oscar nominee Tim Roth (The Hateful Eight, Selma) is David, a nurse who works with terminally ill patients. Efficient and dedicated, he develops strong and intimate relationships with each person he cares for. But outside of his work, David is struggling with an ongoing burden of guilt and remorse. As the weight becomes unbearable, David must face his past in order to heal. Winner of the 2015 Cannes Best Screenplay award, Chronic is an enigmatic and deeply moving character study from Mexican auteur Michel Franco (After Lucia). Poignant and reflective, but also unsentimental and challenging in its intriguing moral dimensions, it features a career-best performance from Roth as a man at the end of his emotional tether.</p>

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      I Saw Ben Barka Get Killed

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      <p>This compelling and stylish noir thriller is based on one of the most notorious French political scandals of the 60s - the disappearance of the prominent Moroccan dissident Mehdi Ben Barka.In a Paris apartment in 1965, police discover the body of ex-con George Figon. A year earlier, tired of dodgy deals and petty scams, Figon had gone in search of something big. Through his underworld connections he had got himself hired as a producer for a documentary on decolonisation written by Marguerite Duras and directed by George Franju, with Ben Barka as 'historical advisor'. But when Figon set up a meeting with Barka in Paris, the whole film project was revealed to be an elaborate trap...</p>

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      Chansons DAmour

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      <p>An unforgettable celebration of love, loss and new beginnings, 'Les Chansons d'Amour' is a joyful homage to the French New Wave and Jacques Demy's classic 'The Umbrellas of Cherbourg'. Louis Garrel plays Ismael, a young man at the centre of a menage-a-trois with his long time girlfriend Julie (Ludivine Sagnier) and his work colleague Alice (Clotilde Hesme). But Ismael is feeling restless and Julie confides in her sister (Chiara Mastroianni) that she is unhappy with the situation; shortly after, fate intervenes and profoundly changes the destinies of all concerned. Beautifully photographed on the streets of Paris and featuring songs by acclaimed musician Alex Beaupain - brilliantly sung by the cast - Christophe Honore's beguiling film is a vibrant tale of longing and romance.</p>

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      The Devil, Probably

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      <p>Regarded by many as a masterpiece, Bresson's film tells the story of a young man living in Paris who desires more from life than the glib, superficial truths and material things that are on offer to him. He reaches out to his friends and psychiatrist to provide him with the great answers in life. But his spiritual deliverance remains beyond his grasp until he reaches a bizarre arrangement with a fellow drifter.</p>

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      The French Collection - Vol. 2: Thrillers

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      <p>Hidden An utterly compelling psychological thriller from acclaimed director Michael Haneke starring Damiel Auteuil and Juliette Binoche as a couple who are terrorised by the arrival of covertly filmed videos of their home and family life. Desperate to establish the identity of the person responsible, Georges (Auteuil) embarks on a rash and impulsive course of action that has shockingly unexpected consequences.The Beat That My Heart SkippedRomain Duris stars as a young man set to follow the path of his crooked father as a ruthless and unscrupulous property dealer. But a chance encounter with an associate of his late, concert pianist mother reawakens Tom's repressed musical ambitions and he attempts to change the course of his destiny. This electrifying and sometimes brutal thriller features an extraordinary intense performance from Duris.Lemming When successful young Alain (Laurent Lucas) moves home with his beautiful wife (Charlotte Gainsbourg) to start a new career, his seemingly bright future comes under threat from a mysterious and shocking chain of events. The unwelcome sexual attentions of his boss's wife (Charlotte Rampling) and the discovery of a rodent unaccountably stuck in his kitchen waste pipe mark the beginning of a menacing and terrifying psychological ordeal.</p>

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      Russian Ark

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      <p>A groundbreaking feat of filmmaking, Alexander Sokurov's amazing journey through 300 years of Russian art and history is the first ever feature to be shot in a single, unedited take - the ultimate director's cut. Magically transported to St. Petersburg's Hermitage museum in the early 1700s. A contemporary filmmaker and a cynical 19th century French diplomat become accomplices in an extraordinary voyage through Russia's turbulent past to the present day. As they explore the splendid corridors and salons of the Palace, the two men witness prominent historical figures enacting startling scenes from the Tsarist Empire. Digitally shot with a state-of-the-art high definition steadicam and featuring a masterfully orchestrated cast of 2,000 'Russian Ark' is destined to stand as a defining moment in cinema history.</p>

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      No End

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      <p>A blend of ghost story, political drama and meditation on the nature of love; this film follows Antek, the ghost of a young lawyer, as he observes the realm of the living in Poland in 1982.</p>

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      California Dreamin

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      <p>This ambitious, sharp and hilarious satire of petty bureaucracy and cultural misunderstandings is set in a small Romanian town during the 1999 Kosovo conflict. A US-manned NATO train bound for the border unexpectedlyreaches the end of the line when a stubborn and pedantic station master applies the brakes over a paperwork technicality. sensing a golden opportunity to profit from the Americans' unexpected presence, thelocal community go to ridiculous lengths to welcome hem, while the stranded troops' hard-bitten and increasingly frustrated Captain (Armande Assante) decides to take matters into his own hands.......</p>

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      Kings And Queen

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      <p>Arnaud Desplechin's stunning new film interweaves two stories, that of Nora (Emmanuelle Devos), a single mother about to marry for the third time, with the tale of her eccentric ex-husband Ismael (Mathieu Amalric), committed to a psychiatric ward by mistake and convinced of his own tragic destiny. Their lives intersect once more when Nora, troubled by her young son's uneasy relationship with her new fiance and the failing health of her father, visits Ismael with an unusual proposition that she hopes will solve her problems. Wonderfully played by Devos and Amalric, with a fine cameo from Catherine Deneuve as an ice-cool psychiatrist, 'Kings and Queen' is an intricate, funny and moving epic that explores the complexities of life, love and family ties.</p>

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