A sexually ambiguous Frenchman tours his native countryside with his naive American lover in pursuit of the ultimate thrill. From the moment they meet, brooding Chris and the beautiful ... See full summary »
Karl E. Landler
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Fabián, a magician from Buenos Aires, saves his money from weddings, birthdays, and bar mitzvahs, and uses a hidden camera to document a week-long trip to the Falkland Islands where he has ... See full summary »
The marriage of Milan and Tana Labat is going through crisis. Discontent and vigorous Tana considers her husband, who avoids to resolve problems, sissy. Their 16-year old daughter Lenka ... See full synopsis »
Jeanne and Dragan meet in a Paris bookshop - she's working there, he's looking for a book on the Italian painter Rossetti. The two strike up a passionate affair, but Dragan doesn't tell her that he is in the country illegally.Written by
This dogma film leaves you with a divided mind. On the first hand, it is a remarkable, tragic love story with brilliant actors, on the other hand the whole film is made that non-spectacular, realistic there's no space left to dream about. This is a story out of the normal, misery life, and the alarming thing about it is that this could really have happened to one of your friends.
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