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Foreign Cinema

Films from corners of the world where the audio language track or original language track is other than English. English subtitles are customary, and denoted where applicable.

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Innocents, TheInnocents, The (2016)
Dir. Anne Fontaine
Feat. Lou de La‚ge, Agata Kulesza, Agata Buzek
In Poland after World War II, a young French Red Cross intern who is sent to assist the survivors of the German camps discovers several nuns in advanced states of pregnancy during a visit to a nearby convent.
Wailing, TheWailing, The (2016)
Dir. Hong-jin Na
Feat. Kwak Do-won, Hwang Jung-min, Chun Woo-hee
A bumbling police officer in a rural South Korean town investigates a series of horrific murders in this deeply immersive occultist thriller by the acclaimed director of THE CHASER.
Arabian NightsArabian Nights (2015)
Dir. Miguel Gomes
Feat. Crista Alfaiate
Wildly original and ambitious triptych of films set in modern-day Portugal but structured on the sprawling Arabic fairy-tale collection One Thousand and One Nights. Director Gomes (TABU) is one of the most distinctive modern auteurs, and here he applies his eccentric aesthetic to highly topical and…
Eagle Huntress, TheEagle Huntress, The (2016)
A 13-year-old nomadic Mongolian girl breaks a 2,000 year-old gender barrier to follow her father and train hunting eagles in this spectacular and entertaining documentary.
Red Turtle, TheRed Turtle, The (2016)
Dir. MichaŽl Dudok de Wit
The first non-Japanese film to be produced by Studio Ghibli follows a nameless shipwrecked man who meets a giant red turtle on a deserted island. Entirely dialogue-free, this is a magnificent magical-realist fable, rich in atmosphere and deceptively simple.
A Man Called OveA Man Called Ove (2015)
Dir. Hannes Holm
Feat. Rolf Lassgard, Bahar Pars, Filip Berg
Endearing Swedish hit about a grumpy 59-year-old widower who was deposed as president of the condominium association, but still presides over his neighborhood with an iron fist. But he proves to be not so incorrigible after an incident involving a pregnant immigrant and her family who have moved in across…
Toni ErdmannToni Erdmann (2016)
Dir. Maren Ade
Feat. Peter Simonischek, Sandra Huller, Ingrid Bisu
Brilliant, unclassifiable German comedy where a stern, career-focused woman is followed around a series of mundane board meetings and vapid social events by her hilariously eccentric dad, who develops a surreal alter-ego which forces her to confront their differences. A charming and highly unique black…

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