Remarkable Swedish black comedy about a customs officer with an extraordinary sense of smell who sniffs out a suspicious-looking traveller with whom she develops a relationship that crosses a border of societal and worldly norms.
The director of 'Ida' (2013) follows up with a deeply romantic, immaculately composed tale of a Polish concert pianist and a charismatic singer who fall in love but who ultimately find themselves stranded on either side of the Iron Curtain.
Inspired by the lives of the director's own parents, it uses…
A uniquely humanistic portrayal of tragic poverty in Beirut from the perspective of an extraordinarily gutsy 12 year old Lebanese boy. After suffering unforgivable mistreatment by his parents which leads to homelessness, starvation and incarceration, he attempts to sue them for bringing him into the world. A…
A Danish thriller that maximises tension from minimal means in which a desk-bound police officer answers an emergency call and becomes drawn into an alleged kidnapping case using only a telephone to secure the victim's safety.
Charming, funny and heartbreaking all at once, this drama from the Japanese master of humanism Kore-eda is set in Tokyo and follows a group of poverty-stricken outcasts who shoplift to make ends meet. A compassionate, resonant portrayal of family and survival.
A feast of clever gags highlights this playful French rom-com following a kooky small-town Canadian librarian as she attempts to track down her missing aunt, an 88-year old former Canadian dancer, on the streets of Paris.