Portraits of life after wrongful conviction.
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Neil Jordan's masterpiece psychological thriller .
Clive Owen is a casino dealer trying to stay above the hustle in his star-making role.
Two drifters fall in love in this Andrea Arnold story.
A quiet story of three loners brought together by unlikely circumstances.
Biography of an Iraq War whistleblower.
A stunning drama with excellent performances.
When asked about starring in First Reformed, Ethan Hawke said it’s the kind of role he would have never dared to audition for 10 years ago. This is coming from the same goatee icon who did Gattaca 22 years ago, and Training Day 18 years ago. Needless to say that his performance in this movie is exceptional, and we hope that it will be rewarded with an Oscar. The film centers around his character, a reverend of a church in New York, who is trying to help a couple with marital issues (deciding the fate of a pregnancy). Instead, he uncovers a deeper story and becomes unexpectedly involved. Religion intersects with ethical questions on activism, abortion, and environmental issues. I know that sounds like a lot, but First Reformed delivers on everything. The writing by Paul Schrader is delicate yet ensures that the movie keeps a gripping pace.
A different kind of Western.
The cheerful face of modern Opera.
This groundbreaking classic of New Queer Cinema is as funny as it is incisive. .
This unsettling feminist thriller that will catch in your throat.