The great names in cinema
RUSSIA , France
| 127 minutes | 2017
A hateful mother, an unfit father and a child panicked by the inevitable separation. The 2017 Cannes Jury Prize winner is a chilling examination of the break-up of a family unit. The author of the memorable Leviathan (2014) is once again at the top of his form, this time with a pitiless chronicle of a separated couple in search of their missing child. Evoking the many contradictions of a decaying Russia crumbling under corruption, this densely uncompromising work questions the values of a nation in moral crisis.
Prix du Jury - Cannes 2017
The renowned Russian director is back with a black-and-white metaphysical drama about the Holocaust where romance meets theories of history. Told from the...
RUSSIA , Germany | 127 minutes | 2016
North Korea as you’ve never seen it in this gripping recollection by celebrated documentarist Claude Lanzmann (Shoah) of a love lost. In 1958, Lanzmann...
FRANCE | 127 minutes | 2017
The lives of the earliest inhabitants of the historic land of Bohemia, recounted in a series of six stop-motion animation segments. Released in 1953, this...
CZECHOSLOVAKIA | 127 minutes | 1953
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