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Nordine, son of an immigrant, has no choice but to travel to Morocco in order to accompany his father's casket on its final journey. This beautifully observed road movie traces a journey that begins as obligation and ends as revelation.
Madeleine and William are enjoying a comfortable, smooth life. They decide to buy a house in a scenic but isolated rural setting and this changes their lives forever...They come across a younger pair, Adam and Eva and the couples become attracted to each other. Their love results in an exploration of erotic desires and art in the idyllic French Alps region.
For over ten years, La Ribot had toured the world with amazing choreography, mixing dance," live art "provocative nudity and humor. This documentary directed by Luc Peter is an intimate portrait of this incredible artist.
Mickael, an average 17-year-old who loves judo, is preparing for graduation and is seeing a girl called Vanessa. Mickael likes to tell his friends how things are, especially when it comes to sex - of all the new experiences he's had and how he shares Vanessa with his best friend Clément. The added spice is Mickael's poor background in the face of his rich young friends.
Alex is a thirty-something woman who has single-handedly restored a ruined building on the outskirts of a small village in the south of France. She earns as much as she needs by selling fruit and vegetables at market and by working on building sites, where she meets Karim. Her ambition is to regain custody of her 14-year-old son, who presently lives with his father...
The past 70 years in Switzerland as told from the perspective of a hidden minority: the history – and personal accounts – of lesbians, their relationships and international networks, their search for an identity and for meeting places. A narrative of their political struggle, masquerades and subculture in this country.
A video cassette gives a family the creeps when it becomes evident that someone is out there watching and filming them. While parents Daniel Auteuil and Juliette Binoche try to figure out who is sending them tapes of their daily comings and goings, it soon becomes clear that a little too much detail is being filmed.
Anna, a newly qualified pastor, takes up her first appointment in a women's prison. One of the inmates is reputed to have "healing hands" or is maybe psychic. The emotional crises that develop are ones between faith and spirituality, as well as attitudes to abortion and love versus duty.
Consummate entertainer Bobby Darin (1936-1973) is making a movie about his life. He's volatile, driven by the love of performing, ambition, perfectionism, and belief that he's living on borrowed time. He begins in the Bronx: a fatherless lad learning music and dance from his mom. His career starts slowly...
In London, England, love blooms between an American college student, named Lisa, and a British glaciologist, named Matt, where over the next few months in between attending rock concerts, the two lovers have intense sexual encounters.
It's been 193 days since Alice was last seen. Every day, her father, Mário, leaves home and follows exactly the same route the day Alice disappeared. In his quest, Mário creates a video surveillance network on the places she might walk, the airport, anything that may provide a clue.
Noted French director Alain Cavalier shot the first piece of footage for this back in 1994, and the last in 2005. These visual recordings, spanning more than ten years of his life, have now been condensed into one hundred minutes of screen-time.
Tom leads a life that might be termed as criminal. In doing so, he follows in the footsteps of his father, who made his money from dirty real estate deals. Somehow he appears to have arrived at a critical juncture in his life when a chance encounter prompts him to take up the piano and become a concert pianist, like his mother.