• Maria Klonaris & Katerina Thomadaki – Double Labyrinthe (1976)

    “A quest for identity through a series of disguises that do not involve costumes but gestures, materials and objects. The theorem of cross-dressing: by superimposing a different behavior, one that is socially defined, in the middle of everyday life, subjects search for the most intimate layers of their identity. In this sense, their relationships with materials, gestures and objects function as instances of exploratory “acting out”.Read More »

  • Yves Mirande & Georges Lacombe – Derrière la Façade AKA Behind the Facade (1939)

    Two rival police inspectors, Boucheron and Baumer, investigate the murder of the owner of a well-to-do apartment block. Madame Mathieu has been found stabbed to death in the lift, and there is no shortage of suspects. The murder weapon is a knife which belongs to a resident knife thrower, Picking, and which is found in the room of a kleptomaniac, Corbeau. No sooner have these two suspects been arrested than a young bank clerk, André, confesses – not to the murder but to defrauding his employer. Could the murderer be the sinister Eric, who is revealing his nasty character during a game of cards? Could it be the unscrupulous Alfredo, a classy crook who abuses women? Or could it be the son of the respectable Président Bernier, eager to repay his father for having a mistress? As they delve deeper into the private lives of the dead woman’s tenants, Boucheron and Baumer make more than a few surprising discoveries. But will they solve the crime..?Read More »

  • Rolf de Heer – Incident at Raven’s Gate (1988)

    Ex-con Eddie Cleary gets a job working on his older brother’s isolated farm. It’s not long before bizarre things start happening–dead birds falling out of the sky, family pets attacking their owners, strange apparitions beginning to appear, and people who had been “normal” suddenly going insane.Read More »

  • Takeshi Kitano – Ano natsu, ichiban shizukana umi AKA A Scene at the Sea (1991)

    Third Window Films continues their collection of Takeshi Kitano Blu-rays with a revisit of his 1991 film, A Scene at the Sea. At the time Kitano was still seen largely as a comeic performer and his first two films started to change that perception and give him a small taste of international recognition. However, it is with A Scene at the Sea, his third feature as a director, that Kitano really showed the film world his skill set. Not only was it his first film as a director that didn’t feature him in an acting role, it also distanced itself from the previous two yakuza driven features and proved that Kitano is a force ot be reckoned with and a truew artist, rather than a hired gun.Read More »

  • George Cukor & Joseph Strick – Justine (1969)

    IMDB wrote:
    In Alexandria, in 1938, Darley, a young British schoolmaster and poet, makes friends through Pursewarden, the British consular officer, with Justine, the beautiful and mysterious wife of a Coptic banker. He observes the affairs of her heart and incidentally discovers that she is involved in a plot against the British, meant to arm the Jewish underground in Palestine.Read More »

  • Raoul Walsh – A Distant Trumpet (1964)

    IMDb wrote:
    West Point graduate Lt. Hazard is posted to Fort Delivery, Arizona, where he has to deal with lax discipline, romantic complications, Apaches and his conflicting feelings toward the Indians.Read More »

  • Douglas Sirk – Schlußakkord AKA The Final Chord (1936)

    A young, impoverished German woman named Hanna (Maria von Tasnady) gives her infant up for adoption and emigrates to American to live with her husband. When her husband commits suicide, Hanna returns to Germany and works her way into becoming the live-in maid and nurse to her child being raised by an orchestra conductor and his wife.Read More »

  • Saeed Salmeen Al-Murry – Going to Heaven (2015)

    A story about an 11 year old boy, Sultan, looking for innocent love after losing his mother when he was younger. He finds an old box with his grandma’s picture and location, and decides to go all the way with his best friend to find her in a city called Alfujairah in the United Arab Emirates.Read More »

  • Abel Ferry – Putain, la Vieille Faut Pas l’Enerver! (2001)

    quick plot from gabbyheinze.com:
    a dwarf & an “older woman” have just robbed a bank (it was a blood bath) and now they are hiding at the sordid Mucus Hotel.
    as a tradition, the older woman always likes to have sex after robbing a bank…but the dwarf is not too hot about it…Read More »

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