The wild bunch, bold cinematic rebels and adventurous films
| 103 minutes | 2017
He (Jean Dujardin), the brother, is looking to get rich quick. She (Yolande Moreau), the sister, runs an Emmaüs commune, a not-for-profit settlement for the homeless. On the one hand, there’s the family clash as the two rediscover each other and themselves. On the other, there’s the yawning social divide. Explosive and volatile, these siblings with their opposing worldviews are headed for a major clash – and the fallout is riotous. An in-your-face film for the Macron generation, this seemingly shaggy but crisply political new comedy from the directors of Mammuth and Le grand soir is the very definition of entertainment that bites. NORTH-AMERICAN PREMIERE
Two Ronins (samurais without masters) take a break from fighting to rest up in a village. Strangers to each other, it’s the opportunity to step back and...
JAPAN | 103 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...
DENMARK | 103 minutes | 2018
Arnarstrapi, Iceland. In a Cabaret, a woman master of ceremonies performs an esoteric coloscopy act with a strange organic camera. The images of the camera...
FRANCE | 103 minutes | 2013
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