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A BRUTAL GAME
£ 7.99
Jean-Claude Brisseau (Secret Things, The Exterminating Angels, A L’Aventure) is an auteur often associated with films that are sexually provocative, risqué and controversial. In this darkly fascinating tale, Professor Tessier (Bruno Cremer), a famous scientist, has an unruly adolescent daughter, Isabelle, who is paralysed from the waist down. From the outset we learn that Tessier is a killer, systematically murdering children who vandalised his lab. Tyrannical and extremely controlling of his daughter, Tessier is also an introverted figure that at times evokes pity. As he descends into a moral abyss his daughter Isabelle increasingly opens up to the world. More...
A CALL GIRL
£ 8.99
In this acclaimed, award-winning film set amidst the perilous world of prostitution, a young student who’s unable to make ends meet joins the world’s oldest profession, unaware of the dangers that lie ahead.


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A L’AVENTURE
£ 8.99
Provocateur, philosopher and taboo-breaker, Jean Claude Brisseau (Secret Things, The Exterminating Angels) ends his trilogy with one woman's exploration of her deepest desires in A L'AVENTURE. More...
ABOUT ELLY
£ 5.99
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From the Oscar-winning director of A Separation comes a gripping tale of secrets and lies amongst a tight-knit group of friends holidaying on the Caspian Sea. With an expertly paced narrative and an impressive ensemble cast, including Golshifteh Farahani (Body of Lies), ABOUT ELLY is a cinematic masterclass that works as both a thriller and a convincing character study. Intelligent, shrewd and meticulously crafted, ABOUT ELLY confirms Asghar Farhadi’s status as one of World Cinema’s finest talents. More...
ALICE IN THE CITIES
£ 6.49
One of the key films of the New German Cinema, ALICE IN THE CITIES marked the emergence of Wim Wenders as one of the most distinctive European filmmakers of the 1970s. It is also widely accepted to be one of the director’s most poignant films and the first to be shot partly in the United States. More...
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