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  • A Five Star Life (Viaggio sola)

    A Five Star Life (Viaggio sola)

    Set against some of the most stunning cities and opulent hotels of the world, A Five Star Life is the story of one woman's quest for personal and professional fulfillment. Irene is a luxury hotel inspector and her work got carried out in a wonderful ever-renewed setting, from Paris to Gstaad to Berlin to Morocco to China... But does a dream job necessarily mean a dream life? "A Five Star Life has that typically Italian shrug of the shoulders. It eschews the puritanism and self-flagellation of many feminist inquiries in American movies…” - Marsha McCreadie, Film Journal International

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  • My Straight Son (Azul y no tan rosa)

    My Straight Son (Azul y no tan rosa)

    Diego is a guy like any other one. He has a regular family and his friends don't have anything special. But there is something that makes him different. He has a heterosexual son. One father, one son. Both of them will need to fix their differences. Everything depends on how you look at it. “…Venezuelan equivalent of Almodovar's early comic melodramas.” - Jonathan Holland, The Hollywood Reporter |

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  • War Story

    War Story

    A battle-scarred photojournalist (Catherine Keener, from Being John Malkovich and Capote) risks her life to rescue a young refugee in this gripping, ripped-from-the-headlines thriller. Sir Ben Kingsley also stars. “Jackson's spare, quietly powerful sophomore feature demonstrates an impressive control of mood and tone and the ability to tell a story largely without words.¨- Scott Foundas, Variety

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  • Aftermath (Poklosie)

    Aftermath (Poklosie)

    As two brothers from a small village in Poland struggle to rebuild their relationship, they eventually uncover a dark secret that forces them to confront the history of their family and their hometown. Upon its release in Poland, Aftermath received acclaim and also generated intense controversy. “Riveting. A must-see film. In a sophisticated way, it does a better job of communicating the power and destructiveness of anti-Semitism than almost any other film.” – Abraham H. Foxman (National Director, Anti-Defamation League), The Huffington Post

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