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Men & Chicken

Directed by Anders Thomas Jensen

“The title might hint at where this brilliant new black comedy from the outrageous mind of Anders Thomas Jensen is going to

First Legion

Directed by Douglas Sirk

One of Sirk’s most unusual and explicitly philosophical films, this adaptation of Emmet Lavery’s 1934 play centers on a Jesuit

The Meddler

Directed by Lorene Scafaria

“Striking a winning balance of insight, heart, and laugh-out-loud hilarity, Scafaria’s film stars the magnificent Susan Sarandon in one of

Spring Night, Summer Night

Directed by J.L. Anderson

Disregarded as an exploitation film (complete with tacked-on nude scenes) before dropping out of sight completely for forty years, this

Marshland

Directed by Alberto Rodriguez

Winner of ten Goya Awards, including best film, director, actor, and screenplay, Marshland is a taut neo-noir set in 1980

Marguerite

Directed by Xavier Giannoli

“Imagine a collaboration between Vladimir Nabokov and Billy Wilder and you will have some idea of the riches provided by

My Best Girl

Directed by Sam Taylor

Mary Pickford was the most popular star of the silent era, whose celebrity surpassed even that of Chaplin and Valentino.

The Long Voyage Home

Directed by John Ford

Between 1939 and his departure for the war in 1942, director John Ford was in the middle of a remarkable

Magallanes

Directed by Salvador Del Solar

In this engrossing thriller, Magallanes works as a psychologically scarred taxi driver in the streets of Lima. But he has

Men in War

Directed by Anthony Mann

Men in War represents a pinnacle of achievement in both the war movie genre and for director Anthony Mann. In

The Lobster

Directed by Yorgos Lanthimos

The Lobster is a love story set in the near future where single people, according to the rules of “The

Little Big Master

Directed by Adrian Kwan

Faced with a broken education system and misguided parents and school board, headmistress Lui Wai-hung resigns her post at a