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The Unpolished by Pia Marais

»The Unpolished«

by Pia Marais

»The Unpolished« tells the story of a girl caught up in a complicated adult world. A world in which the child/parent roles have been washed away and responsibilities are thrown back and forth.

The Untamed by Amat Escalante

»The Untamed«

by Amat Escalante

Sex and love can be fragile in certain regions where strong family values, hypocrisy, homophobia and male chauvinism exist. A mysterious young woman is convinced that something otherworldly could be the answer to all of their problems... the provocative new film from the director of LOS BASTARDOS, SANGRE, and HELI (Cannes 2013 - Best Director).

The Wall by Julian Roman Pölsler

»The Wall«

by Julian Roman Pölsler

Martina Gedeck, the brilliant interpreter of the Oscar winning “The Lives Of Others”, is now starring in THE WALL, a contemporary female Robinson Crusoe story. Based on Marlen Haushofer’s eponymous best-selling novel, the film, set in a spectacularly beautiful Austrian mountain landscape, is a highly original exploration of the experience of solitude and survival.

The Working Class Trilogy: Ariel by Aki Kaurismäki

»The Working Class Trilogy: Ariel«

by Aki Kaurismäki

»Ariel« is dedicated to the memory of Finnish reality. The film begins as an unemployment story, picking up romantic overtones before turning into a description of prison life completed with a break-out, and finally becoming a crime tale.

The Working Class Trilogy: Shadows in Paradise by Aki Kaurismäki

»The Working Class Trilogy: Shadows in Paradise«

by Aki Kaurismäki

The terrifying mouth of a garbage crusher, the sea crushing upon the shore, a few kisses and the tragicomic life in a metropolis. »Shadows in Paradise« tells the love story of a garbage truck driver and a supermarket cashier.

The Working Class Trilogy: The Match Factory Girl by Aki Kaurismäki

»The Working Class Trilogy: The Match Factory Girl«

by Aki Kaurismäki

Suddenly, last spring, I was running aimlessly round the city, talking too much and twisting and shaking my head in the most ridiculous way. The next day I spent lying silently under my bed and hated myself bitterly. In revenge I decided to make a film that will make Robert Bresson seem like a director of epic action pictures.

These Boots by Aki Kaurismäki

»These Boots«

by Aki Kaurismäki

The history of Finland 1950-69 seen through the eyes of a Leningrad Cowboy as a child. The Leningrad Cowboys version of "These Boots are made for walking" by Nancy Sinatra.

Those were the Days by Aki Kaurismäki

»Those were the Days«

by Aki Kaurismäki

Set in Paris, The Leningrad Cowboys perfom their version of the known song: A solitary man leading a donkey is turned away at a restaurant door, he and the beast walk down to "La Maison du Vin" where, despite a "no donkeys" sign, they enter and the man proceeds to feed the donkey.