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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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  • 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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  • That Man from Rio (L’homme de Rio)

    That Man from Rio (L’homme de Rio)

    While on leave, Army Private Adrien Duforquet witnesses the kidnapping of his fiancé Agnès, the daughter of a famous archeologist. He sets off to rescue her, which takes him to Brazil – between Rio and Brasilia- following behind a Brazilian statuette stolen from the Musée de L’Homme in Paris. “Call it a comedy thriller or a tongue-in-cheek travesty on all the archeological mystery-adventure movies and all the "chase" films that have ever been made. Virtually every complication, every crisis involving imminent peril, that has ever been pulled in the movies, especially the old silent ones, is pulled in this. And they are pulled in such rapid continuity and so expansively played, with such elan and aganst such brilliant backgrounds, that they take your breath away.” - Bosley Crowther, The New York Times

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  • Yves Saint-Laurent

    Yves Saint-Laurent

    Fashion prodigy Yves Saint Laurent is unexpectedly called upon to oversee the legendary Paris fashion house established by recently deceased Christian Dior. During his breathtaking and groundbreaking show, he meets his future life partner, Pierre Bergé. Yves Saint Laurent is at once a captivating story about the making of an icon and a testament to the power of enduring love. “A visually sumptuous tale that immerses the viewer in a deeply atmospheric world.” – Penny Walker Arizona Republic

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  • To Kill a Man (Matar a un hombre)

    To Kill a Man (Matar a un hombre)

    When Jorge gets mugged by a neighborhood delinquent, Jorge's son decides to confront the offender, only to get himself shot in the process. After 2 years in prison, the thug goes on the warpath, terrorizing Jorge's family. Jorge has no choice but to take justice into his own hands. “To Kill a Man bristles with humor, but it is resolutely cosmic — in other words, Almendras uses comedy as a kind of defense mechanism against the injustice of the world.” – - Calum Marsh,

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