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Bakery Amour

  Hong Kong romantic comedy. Tai Chi (Francis Ng), who is from a tiny Chinese village, moves to Western Central Hong Kong – the big city – with ambitions of Read More

After Separation

  Gu Yan is a professional photographer who has come to the airport to send his wife off to Vancouver to learn English. She will be gone for a good Read More

China, My Sorrow

  In August 1966, the Cultural Revolution in full swing, 13-year-old Tian Ben is arrested for playing a pop record; he’s sent to a remote mountain camp in Niu-Peng. There Read More

Country Teachers

  When a woman is forced to work as a teacher in rural mainland China, she sees a clear goal. If she can become a certified, government employee, then she Read More

Sleeping Beauty

  A beautiful princess born in a faraway kingdom is destined by a terrible curse to prick her finger on the spindle of a spinning wheel and fall into a Read More

A Man for Every Key

  The aspiring singer Pauline cannot choose between her two married lovers, the concert critic Georg Lalinde and the respected doctor Klaus Klett, when it comes to love affairs. After Read More

The Experiment

  For two weeks, 20 male participants are hired to play prisoners and guards in a prison. The “prisoners” have to follow seemingly mild rules, and the “guards” are told Read More

Confessions of Felix Krull

  Confessions of Felix Krull is a 1957 West German comedy and drama film directed by Kurt Hoffmann and starring Horst Buchholz, Liselotte Pulver, and Ingrid Andree. It is based Read More

Aimee & Jaguar

  In 1943 Felice, assuming a false last name and working as a journalist at a Nazi newspaper, meets Lilly via her friend and sometime lover Ilse, who works as Read More

Céleste

  In 1914, with men gone to war, Marcel Proust hired Céleste Albaret as his attendant. More than eight years later, she was at his side when he died. During Read More