Foreign Films

Amour

An octogenarian couple find their love put to the ultimate test when one of them suffers a stroke, and the other must assume the role of the caretaker in this compassionate yet unsentimental drama from director Michael Haneke.... Read more
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Kill Em' All

Kill Em’ All begins a bit like the original Mortal Kombat film. We find a handful of fighters, each kicking ass and taking names to introduce us to their fighting style and toughness.... Read more
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Fafner: Heaven and Earth

I enter the world of Fafner having missed the original anime series that came before it. That being said I had no idea who anyone was, what the significance of names or arrivals were, nor the events that transpired before this sequel movie.... Read more
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Incredibly Ever After

Incredibly Ever After is the story of two superheroes that fell in love and retired from their trade. They got married and moved to a remote mountain top where they have lived peacefully for years and integrated themselves in the quirky mountain top community.... Read more
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Americano

Americano is the feature film directorial debut of French actor Mathieu Demy, who also serves as writer, producer, and lead star.  Demy is the son of director Agnes Varda and influential French New Wave director Jacques Demy. ... Read more
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Painted Skin: The Resurrection

Painted Skin: The Resurrection is, if you didn’t know, a sequel. If you live in the films native country or go the internet route, chances are you haven’t seen the original. I have not.... Read more
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Jab Tak Hai Jaan

Yash Chopra's last labour of love was his dream ever since his last outing as a director with Veer-Zaara.... Read more
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Rust and Bone

A struggling single father helps a beautiful whale trainer recover her will to live following a terrible accident that leaves her confined to a wheelchair.... Read more
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A Royal Affair

Mads Mikkelsen and Alicia Vikander headline director Nikolaj Arcel's historical drama set in the 18th century, which details the tense love triangle between Queen Caroline Matilda (Vikander), her enlightened royal physician Struensee (Mikkelsen), and her increasingly deranged husband, Danish King... Read more
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The Lady

The Lady is a 2011 biopic about Nobel Prize Laureate and freedom fighter Aung San Suu Kyi, played by Michelle Yeoh (Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon), who gave hope to the Burmese people that democracy would one day replace the brutal military regime that still occupies the country to this day.... Read more
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