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  • Mr. Kaplan

    Mr. Kaplan

    A hilarious, crowd-pleasing black comedy revolving around a Jewish retiree who is convinced that the shy, old German owner of a local seafront restaurant is in fact a former Nazi. After fleeing Europe for Uruguay during WWII, Jacob Kaplan built a quiet life. Now 76, he begins to question his worth. "Eminently likeable, this highly amusing crowd-pleaser represents Uruguay’s best shot ever at the Best Foreign Language Oscar." -Leslie Felperin, The Hollywood Reporter

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  • Mr. Turner (with Spanish subtitles)

    Mr. Turner (with Spanish subtitles)

    Mr. Turner (With Spanish subtitles) explores the last quarter century of the life of J.M.W. Turner (1775-1851), the single-minded artist who worked hard and travelled extensively. Throughout the story he is loved by his stoical housekeeper, Hannah, whom he takes for granted and whom he occasionally exploits sexually. “Leigh has made another highly personal study of art, commerce and the glacial progress of establishment tastes, built around a lead performance from longtime Leigh collaborator Timothy Spall that’s as majestic as one of Turner’s own swirling sunsets.” -Scott Foundas, Variety

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  • 3 Hearts (Trois coeurs)

    3 Hearts (Trois coeurs)

    A Paris tax inspector becomes entwined in a classic love triangle with a pair of provincial French sisters. Three European film legends (Charlotte Gainsbourg , Chiara Mastroianni and Catherine Deneuve - as the mother of the siblings in love with the same man) make this melodrama a compelling film to watch. “Charged by dynamite performances and Bruni Coulais's ominous score, this romantic tragedy is more gripping than most thrillers.” - Graham Fuller, New York Daily News

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  • Queen and Country

    Queen and Country

    In John Boorman's bittersweet sequel to his Hope and Glory, Bill Rohan is grown up and drafted into the army where he and his eccentric best mate, Percy, look for love in town. They never get near Korea, but engage in a constant battle of wits with the Catch-22-worthy, Sgt. Major Bradley -- the brilliant David Thewlis. “A deeply personal memoir, so well written and carefully observed that it draws the viewer into the ambience of postwar England with a persuasive power that makes you feel you’re part of the same experience.” - Rex Reed, The Observer

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