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A Field in England
2013 Drama, Horror, Independent
England - 1648 AD. A small group of deserters flee from a raging battle through an overgrown field. They are captured by two men - O'Neil and Cutler. O'Neil (Michael Smiley), an alchemist, forces the group to aid him in his search to find a hidden treasure that he believes is buried in the field. Crossing a vast mushroom circle, which provides their first meal, the group quickly descend into a chaos of arguments, fighting and paranoia, and, as it becomes clear that the treasure might be something other than gold, they slowly become victim to the terrifying energies trapped inside the field. A Field in England is a psychedelic trip into magic and madness from Ben Wheatley - award-winning director of Down Terrace, Kill List and Sightseers.
Diane Keaton and Mary Beth Hurt star in Woody Allen's bold and compelling drama about a repressed, crisis-ridden family struggling to come to terms with each other and the world around them.
1980 Comedy, Drama
In this insightful and witty satire, Woody Allen portrays an uninspired comic filmmaker who retreats to a room at the Stardust Hotel to reflect on his life, art and relationships with three contrastingly different women.
Summer 1978: two couples decide to spend the summer in a remote vacation house in the north of Spain. Hidden away in the middle of a forest, and very much off the beaten track, the house seems ideal for some peaceful holidays. While out hunting, the two men come across an abandoned house and discover a deformed, animalistic girl chained inside. They bring her back to the house, intending to take her to the authorities. Tension with the rural locals heightens when they come looking for the girl armed with shotguns...
Jodie Foster stars as Anne Benton, an artist who sees what she shouldn't - a mob assassination. The police want her to testify; the mob wants her dead. So she goes on the lam, moves to another state and adopts another identity. But she can't hide from Milo (Dennis Hopper), the mobster sent to kill her. One look at this target and the hitman has a change of heart. He doesn't want her life, he wants her love. Before long this unlikely couple is on the run from both the cops and the crooks, dodging bullets and trying to sort out who to trust, who to kill and who to love.
Forgetting the Girl
2012 Thriller, Independent, Crime
Kevin, a charming photographer, meets a multitude of beautiful women through his studio, but can't seem to find one that will help him forget his traumatic past. Failure after failure, his quest soon spirals into madness.
Dawn (Claire Foy) and David (Benedict Cumberbatch) have moved back to the village where he grew up to start a family. Their relationship seems idyllic, but getting pregnant is proving difficult and adding to the strain of building their perfect home. Out of the blue, David's younger brother Nick (Shaun Evans) appears. A soldier on leave, Nick sleepwalks and is prone to dark moods, yet Dawn is affected by her brother-in-law's vulnerability, and they start to spend an increasing amount of time together. Gradually, buried incidents from the brothers' shared history start to reveal themselves, forcing Dawn to confront the question of whether she really knows her husband at all. “Featuring compelling performances from an exceptional cast of young actors, and evocatively filmed in lush fields, eerie churchyards and desolate rural houses, the debut feature from D R Hood is a haunting tale of secrets and lies in the English countryside.” (Michael Hayden – London Film Festival programmer).
Five friends on a weekend pleasure cruise rescue two people from a burning boat. What follows is an ordeal that peels back the layers of seven complex characters in this highbrow suspense thriller.
House Of Games
Lindsay Crouse (The Insider) and Joe Mantegna (Criminal Minds) star in this witty, twisty psychological thriller from David Mamet (Glengarry Glen Ross). An uptight female psychiatrist (and best-selling author) attempts to intercede with a con man on behalf of one of her patients, a compulsive gambler who owes him several thousand dollars. She is sucked into a world of mirrors where nothing is what it seems.
2011 Crime, Drama, Thriller
A cop who becomes a hitman for a group aimed at eliminating those who are above the law finds his world turned upside down by a single a devastating blow.
Winner - Cannes Film Festival. Imprisoned for living illegally in Belgium, a Russian woman begins a traumatic journey to escape and find her son.
A young, compassionate man struggles to save his family and friends from the abusive exploitation of his cold-heartedly grasping uncle.
JACKNIFE is a captivating drama about one Vietnam veteran and the trials he faces in his life following the war, starring Robert De Niro, Ed Harris and Kathy Baker.
The Puffy Chair
Join the Duplass Brothers for a road trip like no other in this hilariously heartwarming film. Romantically challenged New York indie-rocker Josh (Mark Duplass) can't figure out why his career and love life seem to be spinning out of control. Hoping some time on the road will clear things up, he plans a trip to visit his father with a very unusual gift. But the journey home takes on some unexpected emotional baggage when his commitment-obsessed girlfriend, Emily (Kathryn Aselton) , and slacker brother, Rhett (Rhett Wilkins), decide to come along. Honest, endearing, and laugh-out-loud funny, The Puffy Chair is the wildly unpredictable comedy that charmed audiences at Sundance.
The Prophet's Game
2000 Crime, Drama, Thriller
The Prophet has arrived in the ultimate playing ground... Los Angeles. It has taken an innocent childhood game and twisted it into a deadly match of wits, where the only prize is survival. Moving from city to city, The Prophet lures unsuspecting contestants into solving the riddles it supplies. If the contestants are wrong, somebody dies... somebody famous.
2013 Comedy, Drama, Music
The funny and heatwarming story of Arthur (Terence Stamp, Wanted), who's shaken out of rut when his beloved wife (Vanessa Redgrave, Howard's End) introduces him to a local singing group led by a charming young woman whose friendship renews his zest for life.
Winner - Cannes Film Festival. An eccentric vintage car dealer and a young criminal embark on a road trip and have a series of strange adventures.
Kevin Smith (Clerks) serves as executive producer for this darker-than-dark comedy that was almost too much for the R rating. A once-ridiculed and downtrodden clown elevates to celebrity status when he saves a child from a hostage situation but being a household name soon brings his skeletons out of the closet.