This is a story of love and lust shaded with overtones of incest and lesbianism. Livia is a woman trying to regain the affections of her husband Alberto, whose journalism career takes him ... See full summary »
Ali, Kwita, Omar and Boubker are street kids. The daily dose of glue sniffing represents their only escape from reality. Since they left Dib and his gang, they have been living on the ... See full summary »
A man is interviewed by a sympathetic woman. His tale unfolds, of hard work that never pleases his parents, of a father who denigrates his efforts, of an indifferent mother. He builds them ... See full summary »
Rainer Werner Fassbinder
Late 16th century, persecuted protestantism and general dissatisfaction with the Catholic Habsburg rule in the Netherlands lead to large-scale plundering and vandalizing of churches, only ... See full summary »
René van 't Hof
It is carnival time in Munich and participants are overindulging in alcohol and sensual pleasures. "Follow us into madness" beckons Lys who is drunk on life, but the sensitive Henry does ... See full summary »
Thibault de Montalembert,
By night, Stratos works in a bread factory but by day, he's a professional hit man. He needs the cash to free Leonidas from prison because the latter once saved his life when he was behind ... See full summary »
The gazer of THE WAITING ROOM is on the road this time!
Gene Bervoets, the amorous gazer in Jos Stelling's THE WAITING ROOM is back in THE GAS STATION - and he has the characterization spot on. This film opens out a bit from the earlier one and you're a lot less sure what just might happen next - but I don't think you'll be disappointed! Perhaps one of the most non-PC characters you'll see on celluloid (I'm not sure how much Political Correctness exists in Europe, though).
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