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Sean Bean, Christopher Eccleston, Juliet Stevenson. This acclaimed BBC series turns the classic crime drama on its head by showing the crime through the eyes of the perpetrator, thus revealing how and why it happened. (2010-12) (620min)
Kevin McKidd, Ewan Bremmer, Stephen McCole. From "Trainspotting" author Irvine Welsh comes three surreal stories of drugs and violence. Controversial and fast-paced. (1998) (118min)
Kazuo Hasegawa, Fujiko Yamamoto. Kon Ichikawa's brilliantly filmed story of a cross-dressing stage performer who elaborately avenges the death of his parents. Sumptuous meditation on identity from one of Japan's great underrated directors. (1963) (110min)
Akbar Abdi, Fatemah Motamed-Aria. Marital comedy about a popular film actor harangued by his barren wife into marrying a gypsy girl who will bear him a child. (1993) (96min)
Mélanie Malhère, Bruno Solo, Charlotte Talpaert. In this compelling French mystery, Gabriel Cauvy (Bruno Solo, Blood on the Docks) contends with the sudden death of his wife, Rebecca, in a suspicious car wreck. When the police blame the crash on Rebecca for drunk driving, Gabriel sets out to clear her name, but his search for the truth is more dangerous than he could have imagined. (2017) (326min)
Richard Bohringer, Elena Safonova, Romane Bohringer. A moving story of a gifted young pianist who becomes the accompanist to a popular singer. While she admires the singer, she must cope with the jealousy she feels over all the attention and love showered on the singer. Set in 1942-43 Paris and London. (1993) (111 min.)
ADAM BEDE (1992)
Iain Glen, Patsy Kensit, Susannah Harker. A BBC adaptation of George Eliot's classic tale about a hard-working carpenter who dreams of marrying his sweetheart, a pretty dairymaid. But soon the local landowner sets his sights on her, and she allows herself to be seduced by him. (1992) (102min)
Inna Churikova, Svetlana Ryabova, Maria Golubkina. A timely comedy of 4 women trying to coexist in an uncertain modern world. A grandmother, a mother, and 2 daughters must deal with romance and economic reversals in a deteriorating Soviet society. (1993) (77 min.)
Rasmane Ouedraogo, Albertine N'Guessan, Honore Goore. This film provides a look at the active role of Africans in supplying human cargo for the slave trade. Blending fact, myth and personal drama, the story centers on a young man who attempts to rescue his mother after their village is raided by slave traders. (2000) (85min)
Dong-Kun Yang, Min-Jung Ban, Young-Min Kim. From the director of "3-Iron" comes this drama about three teenagers, 2 Koreans and an American struggling through the aftermath of the Korean war. (2001) (117 min.)
Juan Luis Galiardo, Laura Ramos, Jesus Bonilla. Juan Luis Galiardo won a Best Lead Actor Goya award for his portrayal of an aging ladies man trying to reconcile his differences with his estranged daughter and his most recent lover in this romantic comedy. (1999) (91 MIN)
Kati Berek, Gyongyver Vigh, Laszio Szabo. Kati's married lover won't provide her a child, so she turns to her new friend Anna for help and love. (1975) (89min)