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CANADA, United Kingdom, Germany, Hungary | 113 minutes | 2019
Shot in London, Budapest and Montreal, this drama based on the eponymous novel by Norman Lebrecht unfolds like a detective story. Two boys, Martin and Dovidl, brought together on the eve of the Second World War, grow up in London. Then, right before his first public performance, violin prodigy Dovidl mysteriously vanishes. Decades later, Martin sets off to unravel the mystery of what happened. After The Red Violin and Boychoir, François Girard once again puts his first love — music — front and centre. Backed by a brilliant team that includes composer Howard Shore, the Quebec-born director delivers a poignant story of friendship set against the burning horrors of history and secrets that cannot stay hidden.Q&A with François Girard and the cast and crew
Toronto Film Festival
An Australian couple heads out for a camping trip in an idyllic spot. They’re neurotic, egotistical urbanites, who can find nothing better to do than...
AUSTRALIA | 97 minutes | 1978
As Australia suffers a barrage of extreme weather events, a young lawyer is hired to defend a group of Aborigines accused of murder. He slowly discovers a...
AUSTRALIA | 106 minutes | 1977
In the late 19th century, extravagant hats adorned with spectacular feathers were all the rage. In south Florida, a gamekeeper tries to halt the massacre...
UNITED STATES | 93 minutes | 1958
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