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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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Maborosi (1995)
Dir. Kore-eda Hirokazu
Feat. Makikio Esumi, Tadanobu Asano
A young woman's fear that she brings death to those around her forms the basis for this contemplative, serene drama, the dir.'s debut. Suggestively conveys hidden feelings with unfussy, simple imagery. Based on the novel by Miyamoto Teru.
Monsieur HireMonsieur Hire (1988)
Dir. Patrice Leconte
Feat. Michel Blanc, Sandrine Bonnaire
A lonely, middle-aged tailor becomes obsessed with a glamourous but suspicious woman, whom he observes from his opposing apartment. Melancholy thriller with a haunting Michael Nyman score. Based on the Georges Simenon novel.
People on SundayPeople on Sunday (1929)
Dir. Robert Siodmak, Edgar G. Ulmer
Scripted by a young Billy Wilder, this pivotal silent film harnessed the nascent talents of many other German film-makers that would come to make their mark in Hollywood. A landmark hybrid of drama and documentary that follows the lives of a group of Berlin residents on a summer's day during the interwar…
ThelmaThelma (2017)
Dir. Joachim Trier
Feat. Eili Harboe, Henrik Rafaelsen, Kaya Wilkins
A gracefully unsettling Nordic thriller about a painfully shy young woman whose oppressed, conservative upbringing and burgeoning passion for a fellow university student manifests in a dangerous and uncontrollable psycho-kinetic power.
Summer 1993Summer 1993 (2017)
Dir. Carla Simón
Feat. Laia Artigas, Paula Robles, Bruna Cusí
An evocative and affecting autobiographical depiction of Catalan writer-director Carla Simón's childhood. Set in 1993, 6-year old Frida is moved to the Catalan countryside to live with her Aunt and Uncle, which leads to profound emotional upheaval and self-discovery.
C'est La VieC'est La Vie (2017)
Dir. Olivier Nakache, Eric Toledano
Feat. Jean-Pierre Bacri, Gilles Lellouche, Jean-Paul Rouve
An archetypically bubbly, if not quite champagne quality, French comedy from the creators of THE INTOUCHABLES in which an irritable veteran wedding planner copes with a string of minor disasters during his last hoorah at a magnificent 17th century château.
A Fantastic WomanA Fantastic Woman (2017)
Dir. Sebastián Lelio
Feat. Daniela Vega, Francisco Reyes, Luis Gnecco
Another supremely elegant, substantive and compassionate character study from the director of GLORIA that this time focuses on a transgender woman in Santiago, Chile, who mourns the death of her lover and faces the subsequent hostility of his family.