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New York City, the 1930s. A powerful crime family is caught in a lethal crossfire between union organizers and brutal corporate bosses. Against this turbulent backdrop, the family's three street-hardened brothers and the women they love are about to be plunged into a deadly confrontation with their enemies, with each other, and with their own dark heritage of violence, madness and murder.
In 2002 a process of historical proportions began in Columbia. In the 1990s approximately 40'000 people were tortured, massacred and deposited in mass graves throughout the entire country. Standing trial are paramilitary militia whose networks extend as far as the highest governmental levels, proving to be a crucial text for the Columbian society.
In order to raise the tuition to send her son to school, Rose starts an unusual business,a biohazard crime scene clean-up service with her unreliable sister, Nora. Nora bonds with the dead, Rose finds out that it's a regulated business, and complications arise. Can a family marked by tragedy sort things out?
Marianne, Mike and Angèle have gathered once more around their mother. In ten days, following the end of the treatment protocol, Claudine will be dead. Ten days? Marianne never grasped the fact that they would have to wait so long, yet she usually understands very well...
Told from the female perspective, the story of a couple trying to reclaim the life and love they once knew and pick up the pieces of a past that may be too far gone. “Her” is less a love story than a double mystery: why Eleanor jumps off a bridge in the first scene and how to find normalcy after her close brush with death.
The desperate silent tragedy of Jean and Laure, still in shock at the loss of their little girl in a terrible barn fire, plunges the couple into a bleak endless winter of unspeakable grief. Laure is interned for a period to be treated in a clinic. Jean is left to face the harsh, cold and seemingly futile task of trying to eke out a living on the farm on his own.
Henri needs to change life after his wife death. He has to sell his hotel but cannot tell the truth to his 3 children. The arrival of a young pregnant woman called Alice will change everything. She becomes his confident and make him keeping the hotel.
When their mother dies in a car accident, a teenager and her little sister follow their father from Chicago to Genoa, where he is teaching at the university. While the father is pursued by an old flame and one of his student, his older daughter revels in her new-found sexuality with a local boy and the youngest has nightmares over her conviction that she is responsible for her mother's accident.
A love tragedy. A father in search of forgiveness revisits places, emotions, mistakes from the past and in the process finds meaning and deliverance from paralysing rigidity. Instead of constantly focusing on his daughter's death, he finally gets in touch with her life. Viktor Looser has been living in the past for a decade. He can't get over the death of his daughter Anna and her two children.
During the Bosnian War, Danijel, a soldier fighting for the Serbs, re-encounters Ajla, a Bosnian who's now a captive in his camp he oversees. Their once promising connection has become ambiguous as their motives have changed.
The epic and bleak story of human civilisation, from the Garden of Eden to the chilling humanoid future. Lucifer, the co-creator of the world (according to his statement) tests Adam and puts him to sleep to see his destiny through the ages. Hungarian legend of animation Marcell Jankovics adapted the script of The Tragedy of Man in 1983 from Imre Madách’s play.
When Frédérick, the patriarch of the Alsatian Muller family, is conspicuously absent from his son Charles' funeral, Frédérick's surviving son and his granddaughter, raw from their loss, await an explanation.
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.
Luca, 40 years old, is a french writer born in Italy. He goes back to Turin for his father's funeral, a famous plastic surgeon. But the funeral turns into a nightmare: widows, unknown mistresses, debts, and a Berlusconian Italy. Nothing is the same any more except perhaps Lilla, the love of her youth...
In a retirement home in Jerusalem, a group of 70-something friends think up way for their long-suffering, dying friend to kill himself. But rumors about this “miracle machine” spread throughout the home as more and more residents want to use it to end their circumstances, which include incontinence, pain and Alzheimer’s. The friends therefore are faced with a real dilemma: can they play god?
Hollman Morris is an internationally acclaimed journalist whose weekly television show, Contravia, boldly confronts the violence that ravages his homeland of Colombia. Though he has won prestigious awards abroad, at home he is faced with death threats and intimidation, and this puts a strain on his family life.
A man staying in Paris for work arrives at his mother's, a book reviewer who lives alone in a huge house filled with books. Waiting for his new job to begin, the son has to extend his stay for one more week...
The Attack is based on Yasmina Khadra’s acclaimed best seller, and it unfolds with the patience of a novel, slowly registering Amin’s incredulity and denial and then, as the evidence becomes clearer of Sihem’s guilt, his cosmic bafflement: How did an apolitical woman who seemingly had everything, and had, through her husband, seen the best side of Israel, turn against everything around her?
Éléonore’s father has recently died and left her is house in Brittany, in the Côtes d’Armor region. She must absolutely sell the house. Incapable of going alone to this place where she hasn’t returned since her father’s death, she sets out with Samuel, her ex, who she broke up with a while ago. But she’s playing with fire, because she knows that their relationship hasn’t been put to rest...
Mathias, whose dead father was a diplomat in Germany, decides to study the forensic medicine in Paris. In the train, he has some troubles with the border police, and is insulted and threatened by a strange man, who disappeared quickly.
Orlando Vargas has lived with his wife, Alice, and son, Thomas, in Uruguay for years now, subject to a great deal of pressure from the Uruguayan government. His assistant Gaspar is concerned for him, and others praise him for his courage. Orlando's steps are always controlled by a policeman, but he seems indifferent to the danger ahead.
A woman returns to her Orthodox Jewish community that shunned her for her attraction to a female childhood friend. Once back, their passions reignite as they explore the boundaries of faith and sexuality.
After his wife Lucia has died in a car accident, Roberto and his 17 year-old daughter Alejandra, decide to move from Puerto Vallarta to Mexico City in an attempt to rebuild their lives. Once they arrive, Alejandra seems to start getting along with her new friends at school, being invited to parties. But soon she becomes the victim of her colleagues’ atrocities, transforming her life forever.
Great Patriotic War, early 1940s. After barely surviving a battle with a mysterious, ghostly-white Tiger tank, Red Army Sergeant Ivan Naydenov becomes obsessed with its destruction. Rumors arise about an invincible Nazi tank that appears and disappears seemingly out of nowhere, destroying dozens of Soviet tanks. This mysterious enemy tank is dubbed the "White Tiger" by the Soviet forces.
Since the age of nine, David Miller has known the date of his death. As it approaches, he spends his final moments with those dear to him, but is also obsessed by the idea of learning how to tie a bow-tie, and the Quebec filmmaker Claude Jutra's falling in the water.
Dropped by his coach after losing an official fight in Germany, an Italian boxer is forced to return to Trieste. But the boxer is not signed for any fights. Frustrated, he turns to illegal fights, that are well-paid but where no holds are barred. Remarkable Italian-Swiss co-production, winner of the Silver Leopard for Best Actor at Locarno.
A Liar’s Autobiography is an animated film based on the reading of Graham Chapman’s fanciful autobiography, recorded shortly before he died. Like the many facets of the man and his travels, both personal and in the world of showbiz, the various animation techniques take us back to the funny and unbridled style of the legendary comedy troop Monty Python.
Looking at that lonely street in that Godforsaken town lost in the middle of nowhere, you would not say this is Christmas. Of course it is snowy and the cold is biting but where is the joy of Yule? Not in the Chinese restaurant where the (non Asian) owner keeps serving sake to the local barfly and to two or three other loners pretending to feel fine.
Fiona has just been admitted to Meadowlake, a long term care facility near their country home in southwestern Ontario, because her recent lapses of memory have been diagnosed as a probable case of Alzheimer's disease. She and Grant made this decision together, although a still lucid Fiona seems to have made peace with the decision and her diagnosis more so than Grant.
Raphaële André is a successful lawyer. But her husband's mysterious death leads her to an investigation where she gradually discovers another man, completely different from the one she thought to know...
Due to his sister's death, the 32 year old August returns and consequently abandons his profession as a missionary priest. His beloved sister Christina, who went from greatness to decay as the famous porn-star The Princess, is dead after years of drug abuse.
Tariq Ali, a Muslim police officer of Scotland Yard, is asked to hunt-down suspected suicide-bombers against the backdrop of July 7 bombings in London. Tariq's task gets complicated as an innocent Muslim is killed by the commando shooters of Scotland Yard. On the other hand, Tariq - a British citizen is himself a suspect in the eyes of his boss, despite his long service in the Scotland Yard.
The film portrays the months between the death and demolition, while illustrating how the family overcomes this situation, grieves, deals with the inheritance and carries on the traditions outside the walls that once held them together. It takes the viewer on a walk between the past and the present, between life and death.
Gabrielle, Elsa et Mao are brother and sisters but do not hang out. Ever. Their parents Pierre and Claudine, separated for a long time, have really done nothing to strengthen the bonds of the family - yet, at their grandfather's funeral, they are going to have to meet, and together answer the question: "What to do with grandma?"
A family gathers in its provincial house as one of the cousin, Patrick, is between life and death after having attempted suicide. While Patrick is at the hospital, family and guests try to live together.
Arthur Brennan treks into Aokigahara, known as The Sea of Trees, a mysterious dense forest at the base of Japan's Mount Fuji where people go to commit suicide. On his journey to the suicide forest, he encounters Takumi Nakamura, a Japanese man who has lost his way after attempting suicide.