Director: Ulrike Schweiger
A commuter train rattles through the night, and as a man threatens a woman in the carriage, the audience is forced to confront the question "what would you do?" Schweiger's tautly constructed film is as disquieting for the introspective journey it asks the viewer to take as for the unpleasant circumstances it depicts.
Linus Roache (Father Greg from Priest, MIFF 1995) plays Perry, a successful British design executive for a paint company. His seemingly perfect life is marred, though, by disaster—we're talking… More »
Based on the Oscar Wilde play, Oliver Parker's An Ideal Husband is a rare triumph—celebrating the wit of Wilde's theatrical voice whilst exploiting the medium of film to full effect. Rupert Eve… More »
Magdalena believes she has been called by God to have 13 daughters all bom on the same day. News of these miracle births spreads each year, but just as Magalena's work is almost done, God seems to ch… More »
Urban living at its worst—allergies, diseases, missing Y-fronts—and of course, finding the dust level. ... More »
New Zealand, 1999
A harrowing study of fractured male ethos set in the remote beauty of Ruapehu's Makatote Gorge, Accidents deconstructs the myths of masculine camaraderie with a palpable sense of dire inevitability. … More »