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WHAT TO WATCH: "Train to Busan"


Train to Busan



A father and daughter find themselves trapped on train with several carts filled with zombies.

Why you should watch it: 360 more words

Gilbert Speaks on Alejandro Agresti's "Valentin"

This little gem, which was written and directed by Alejandro Agresti, and is based on his childhood, is a worthy addition to my Granny’s Insomnia Theater… 723 more words

Così fan tutte (1992)

Synopsis: Diana (Claudia Koll) is happily married to Paolo but due to her extrovert character she regularly winds up in short-lived adventures, which she doesn’t keep hidden from Paolo. 1,031 more words



Synopsis: Terence Stamp stars in Pier Paolo Pasolini’s award-winning and controversial film as a strange visitor who suddenly drops into the lives of an extremely bourgeois family. 645 more words


The Wave (Bølgen) #Review #IndieFilm #DisasterMovies #ForeignFilm #Norway

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I have been wanting to see this for ages and the only thing that has been holding me back, is that it’s subtitled… 428 more words

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Synopsis: Naked is more than just taking your clothes off…

The good old days seem gone, and six old friends are breaking up. Emilia and Felix have recently broken up and are still going through the pangs of separation. 916 more words



Synopsis: Tinto Brass’ latest Monamour is the love-story of a Venetian girl and a Frenchman in the beautiful city of Mantua. Dario, her husband is too busy to notice his wives sexual drifting, when her adultery “born out of neglect and frustration” starts on the day she meets a tall, dark stranger in a museum. 814 more words