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HOME (2008)

Certification15 Our Rating

One family's somewhat unconventional lifestyle is shaken to the core when the long abandoned motorway, beside which they happily and freely live in isolation, is finally opened. As their way of life is threatened and their relationships with one another are severely tested their entire concept of 'home' is challenged. A remarkably honest film with outstanding performances from its lead cast, specifically Isabelle Huppert and Olivier Gourmet. A rare gem. find out more...
KOSMOS (2011)

Certification12 Our Rating


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CertificationU Our Rating

'Still Walking' follows a summer day in the life of the Yokoyama family when a grown son and daughter return with their new families to their lower-middle-class childhood home and elderly parents to commemorate the death of their eldest brother 12 years previously. Brilliantly underplayed, subtly observed, laced with sympathetic dialogue this is a family portrait in which both personal dynamics and characters are recognizably human. find out more...
STRINGS (2004)

CertificationPG Our Rating

Anders Ronnow-Klarlund has pulled off something of a coup here. Billed as the first 'fully integrated' puppet feature, though the seminal Team America must have come a close second. Strings treads a very different terrain to the Parker/Stone collaboration though. The tone is more evocative of classical myth from one of the ancient civilisations. It deals with suicide, piety, long burning grudges, hidden identity, political corruption, greed, sexual desire and destiny. The style is reminscent of find out more...

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Certification15 Our Rating

"Josephine Decker has created a new style of thriller that employs allegory, incorporates touches of David Lynch as well as Magritte -esque imagery. Decker's setting of a remote farm feels like a metaphor for what turns out to be hell. The raw and emotional (and yes, sometimes funny) dialog tells a story that can seem familiar at points but really is meant to keep you guessing and off balance. I really enjoyed how the undertones of this film came to life through her very deft contrast of the find out more...


Certification15 Our Rating unrated

Aydin, a former actor, runs a small hotel in central Anatolia with his young wife Nihal with whom he has a stormy relationship and his sister Necla who is suffering from her recent divorce. In winter as the snow begins to fall, the hotel turns into a shelter but also an inescapable place that fuels their animosities. Another beautiful and Haunting human drama from the director of 'Once Upon A Time in Anatolia'

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