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| 84 minutes | 2018
An accident on the Copenhagen worksite of a new metro line catches two workers and a photographer unawares. Inside the massive tunnel borer, they find themselves trapped in a hellish airlock, facing an ever-dwindling oxygen supply. A strong and surprising feature début that addresses the primal fear of confinement, Cutterhead is also a searingly relevant statement on the issue of migrant workers. Rasmus Kloster Bro evokes terror, anguish and discomfort as he keeps things at an unrelenting fever pitch in this closed-room tour de force. A survival film of nail-biting claustrophobia, potent and intelligent. NORTH-AMERICAN PREMIERE
2012 Barvalo (Short) 2011 Liv (Short) 2010 Kys min bror (Short)
Quentin Dupieux (Rubber, Réalité, Wrong Cops) is back, and it’s one unhinged laugh after another. Here he reworks Claude Miller’s Garde à vue in a...
FRANCE , Belgium | 84 minutes | 2018
Famed for his political activism during the student movements of the late 1960s, Masao Adachi – a revolutionary figure who held firm to his conviction...
JAPAN | 84 minutes | 1971
The first film by Masayuki Suo, celebrated internationally for Shall We Dance (and its US remake with Richard Gere). Sceptical about the perfect family?...
JAPAN | 84 minutes | 1984
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