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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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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.
LovelessLoveless (2017)
Dir. Andrei Zvyagintsev
Feat. Matvey Novikov, Maryana Spivak, Aleksey Rozin
Exquisitely austere Russian drama by modern master Zvyagintsev (LEVIATHAN, ELENA) which offers a dissection of a failed relationship against the backdrop of Russia's 21st century malaise.
Other Side of Hope, TheOther Side of Hope, The (2017)
Dir. Aki Kaurismaki
Feat. Sakari Kuosmanen, Sherwan Haji, Ville Virtanen
A Finnish businessman meets a Syrian asylum-seeker looking for his missing sister in this gorgeously-lensed comedy-drama, proclaimed to be last directed by auteur Aki Kaurismäki.
Good MannersGood Manners (2017)
Dir. Juliana Rojas, Marco Dutra
Feat. Isabél Zuaa, Marjorie Estiano
A genre-defying Portuguese film which artfully blends social satire and horror to tell the story of a nanny called Clara, who works for Ana, a wealthy pregnant woman in São Paulo. As the connection between the two women deepens, Clara begins to discover that Ana acts strangely whenever the moon is full. A…
Back to BurgundyBack to Burgundy (2017)
Dir. Cedric Klapisch
Feat. Pio Marmaï, Ana Girardot, François Civil
Sumptuous French family saga which will be a special treat for oenophiles, as three siblings attempt to save the family vineyard in picturesque Burgundy after their father is hospitalised.
King's Choice, TheKing's Choice, The (2016)
Dir. Erik Poppe
Feat. Jesper Christensen, Anders Baasmo
Vibrant war-time drama set during the three days in 1940 when German forces occupied Oslo and King Haakon VII and his family went into hiding. A spectacular production which was a nomination for the foreign language film Oscar.
Pop AyePop Aye (2017)
Dir. Kirsten Tan
Feat. Thaneth Warakulnukroh
Quietly uplifting road trip dramedy following a disillusioned Bangkok architect who embarks on a trek across the idyllic Thai countryside with the elephant he knew growing up. Like the animal himself, this is a slowly moving, elegant and majestic story exploring loss, regret and the passing of time, but one…
 

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