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keep not silent (Ilil Alexander, 2004)
Can one live a normal life as a lesbian if deeply rooted in the Orthodox or ultra-Orthodox Jewish community' The answer is no. The Holy Scripture forbids homosexuality. Lesbianism is unacceptable, no… Read more

KING OF THE MARKET (Mark Abicht, 2001)
Siddique is embroiled in a dispute with his brother and former business associate over cash payments made in the dissolution of their partnership. Such friction is nothing new to Siddique, he is loca… Read more

Kingdom of Crabs (Glen Carruthers, Jan Aldenhoven, 1988)
... ... Christmas Island, a speck in the Indian Ocean, is an Australian Territory which was not invaded by humans until 100 years ago. For most of that time, it was attacked by phosphate mining compa… Read more

KISS ME DEADLY (Robert Aldrich, 1955)
A night-time encounter with Cloris Leachman, clad only in a raincoat, leads Mike Hammer on a legality-be-damned search for a mysterious suitcase containing 'the Great What's-lt' in this stunning, rul… Read more

KJFG No. 5 (Alexei Alexeev, 2008)
Three professional musicians - a bear, a rabbit and a wolf - are practicing in the forest, when suddenly a hunter comes. Screened Annecy and Oberhaussen.---D/S Alexei Alexeev P Andras Erkel WS Studio… Read more

L'Affaire Manet (Jean Aurel, 1951)
The work of Edouard Manet, the French impressionist, and an account of the hostile reception given to "Olympia" and many of his other paintings. ... Read more

La Cathédrale Engloutie (D. S. Ashton, 1961)
The record of a series of abstract paintings and collages, based on the legend of the submerged cathedral, which were produced by the English artist, Ceri Richards. ... Read more

LA NOTTE (Michelangelo Antonioni, 1960)
In "La Nolle", Antonioni renews the theme of "L'Avventura" with extended and refined style. The story is told allusively at first, with frequent interpolations. It is only after a great many external… Read more

LAND OF PLENTY (Morten Arnfred, 1983)
The film describes how the economical, ... social and agricultural problems ... influence a Danish farmer's existence. ... In his struggle to cope with the high ... interest rates, Knud stakes everyt… Read more

LANDSCAPE IN THE MIST (Theo Angelopoulos, 1988)
Two children, a girl and boy, wander the high­ways of northern Greece, searching for the father who has abandoned them, trying to reach a Greco-Germanic border that doesn't even exist. The viewer… Read more

LANDSCAPES OF MEMORY (José Araújo, 1996)
In the backwaters of Brazil, the small town of Sertao has been neglected by the government, despite its drought-ravaged landscape. An old woman, Maria, a reincarnation of the Virgin Mary, or possibly… Read more

Le Rouge, Le Rouge et Le Rouge (Jean-Jacques Andrien, 1972)
The transformation of the face of a woman anticipating the possible realisation of an idea, a desire and an image. ... Read more

Le Voyage de Monsieur Guitton (Pascal Aubier, 1969)
A man notices as he wakes up that his bedroom is behaving like a train. Outside the window, the countryside rushes past. The room/train brakes and then stops. The man gets out on to the platform and … Read more

LEGACY (Karen Arthur, 1975)
Bissie Hapgood, a well-to-do suburban matron from Pasadena, has been left alone for the day by her husband, who is off on business, and by her children, who are away at summer camp. After visiting he… Read more

Legault's Place (Susanne Angel, 1965)
A searching glance into the character of an old man who is unwilling to leave his shack, around which a disdainful suburbia has sprung up. ... Read more

Legault’s Place (Susanne Angel, 1967)
The humorous story of how the progress eludes an old man who has chosen to live in peace in his homely, old cabin in the woods. Directed by Susanne Angel. ... Read more

Leon's Case (Daniel Attias, 1982)
A 1960's anti-war activist, who has been ... living as a fugitive, discovers that in ... 1983 no one seems to care who he is or ... what he did. ... Read more

Les Automanes (Arcady, 1964)
The misadventures of two people for whom the driving of a car involves one's self respect. ... Read more

LET THE RIGHT ONE IN (Tomas Alfredson, 2008)
“One of the strangest, stickiest, and (yes) sweetest horror movies I've seen in 10 years.” - CinematicalLiving alone with his mother in a wintry and miserable Stockholm suburb, shy and lonely 12-… Read more

LETTERS IN THE WIND (Alireza Amini, 2004)
Letters in the Wind (Namehay Bad) IranOne of the hallmarks of Iranian cinema is the ability to present a seemingly simple premise and infuse it with a depth of feeling and startling clarity of ideas.… Read more

LIBERTARIAS (Vicente Aranda, 1996)
Vicente Aranda's big-budget omnibus, center­ing on female soldiers during the Spanish Civil War, has all the winning ingredients: peren­nially controversial history, spellbinding visuals and … Read more

LIFE ON EARTH (Abderrahmane Sissako, 1998)
Abderrahmane Sissako, a Mauritanian filmmaker living in France, returns to the tiny village of Sokolo in Mali to see his father. In a letter prior to his arrival Sissako informs his dad that, "... an… Read more

LIGHTWEIGHT ( Jean-Pierre Ameris, 2004)
Lightweight (Poids Léger) France Sharp, rapid and powerful, Antoine boxes as a lightweight. Recently orphaned, he is the pride and joy, as well as surrogate son, of Chief, who runs the amateur club … Read more

LIKE WATER FOR CHOCOLATE (Alfonso Arau, 1992)
Laura Esquivel wrote her first novel in 1989, and 'Como Agua Para Chocolate' has become one of the top selling Mexican novels ever. The film version, produced and directed by Alfonso Arau (known for … Read more

LIVE FLESH (Pedro Almodóvar, 1997)
"About Live Flesh I can only say that it is the most disquieting film I have ever made and the one that has caused me the most unease." - Pedro Almodovar ... "Almodovar is back on top form with Live … Read more

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