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Let the Corpses Tan

Directed by Hélène Cattet, Bruno Forzani

A gang of ne'er-do-wells rob an armored truck, getting away with the gold bars. Hiding out, trouble ensues when unexpected

Liar’s Dice

Directed by Geetu Mohandas

Part road movie, part slow-burn thriller, actress Geetu Mohandas’s atmospheric film examines the ominous undercurrents in contemporary working-class India. Kamala

Lost Highway

Directed by David Lynch

While many of Lynch’s films work with the tropes and atmospheres of film noir, few are so directly in the

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

Metro Manila

Directed by Sean Ellis

“Seeking a brighter future in Manila, Oscar and his family flee their impoverished life in the rice fields of the

Miracle Mile

Directed by Steve De Jarnatt

The “Miracle Mile” is a busy stretch of Los Angeles’ Wilshire Boulevard, running from downtown to the La Brea Tar

Mr. Kaplan

Directed by Alvaro Brechner

Jacob Kaplan lives an ordinary life in Uruguay. Like many of his other Jewish friends, Jacob fled Europe for South

Mulholland Drive

Directed by David Lynch

Mulholland Drive, conceived as a television series in the Twin Peaks lineage and shot as a feature-length pilot episode, was

Niagara

Directed by Henry Hathaway

Marilyn Monroe and Joseph Cotten star as a troubled husband and wife couple on an ill-fated vacation in this tense

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Not It

Directed by Pablo Orta

An afternoon with a group of young boys who draw straws to see who will perform a grim task.

Nothing Bad Can Happen

Directed by Katrin Gebbe

Young Tore belongs to the fervent Jesus Freaks, a fundamentalist Christian punk movement rebelling against established religion whilst at the

Notorious

Directed by Alfred Hitchcock

In this Hitchcock classic, a never-more-gorgeous Ingrid Bergman plays Alicia Huberman, the daughter of a well-known Nazi, reluctantly enlisted by