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VINCENT, FRANÇOIS, PAUL AND THE OTHERS (Claude Sautet, 1975)
Vincent, Francois and Paul are good friends; they spend their weekends together, and their wives get on well. But slowly the lives of these middle-aged characters disintegrate. Vincent (Yves Montand)… Read more

VIOLETS ARE BLUE (Peter Refn, 1975)
Peter Refn's first feature-length film bears a strong resemblance to Eric Rohmer's contes moraux. It centres on the conflict between a romantic view of love and a more basic, sexual conception. ... M… Read more

W.O.W. (Women of the World) (Faith Hubley, 1975)
A creative, playfully earnest history of the world from the feminist viewpoint. ... Read more

Way Out (Red Rockley, 1975)
How not to kill yourself. ... Read more

We Are Many (Borislav Sajtinac, 1975)
In this parable on tyranny, a cat magician performs increasingly cruel tricks on mice. ... Read more

WELFARE (Frederick Wiseman, 1975)
Welfare is the ninth in a series of documentary films about American institutions by Frederick Wiseman. His films since 1967 include studies of the law, the medical profession, schools, the military … Read more

WHEN JOSEPH RETURNS (Zsolt Kézdi Kovács, 1975)
Maria is a country girl who comes to Budapest to work in a factory. She marries a merchant seaman. Joseph, and for a short time, they are happy. When he goes away to sea, she is left in Budapest with… Read more

Whistling Smith (Michael Scott, Marrin Cannell, 1975)
Sgt. Bernie, 'Whistling' Smith, pounds the beat in District One, the colourful east-side of Vancouver, where the streets are lined with greasy spoons, strip joints and flophouses. Friendly, outgoing … Read more

WIVES (Anja Breien, 1975)
Three girls, one of them pregnant, meet at a school re-union and decide to go out on the town together. During the ten years since they have seen each other, they have gradually become absorbed into … Read more

WOW (William Leimbach, 1975)
In 1962, Michael Rockefeller disappeared in Indonesian New Guinea and was never found. It was rumoured that he had been killed and cannibalisticaily eaten by the Asmat headhunters of the South West C… Read more

WRONG MOVEMENT (Wim Wenders, 1975)
Young Wilhelm Meister is on the way: from Bonn, past a castle on the Rhine, through a suburb of Frankfurt and on to the great mountain, the Zugspitze. He is escaping from boredom and dullness, and he… Read more

WRONG MOVEMENT (Wim Wenders, 1975)
Young Wilhelm Meister is on the way: from Bonn, past a castle on the Rhine, through a suburb of Frankfurt and on to the great mountain, the Zugspitze. He is escaping from boredom and dullness, and he… Read more

YOU DON'T CLAP LOSERS (John Power, 1975)
A minor case of vandalism brings two lonely people together. Single parents Martin and Kay meet when their sons, Joe and Steven, appear in the Children's Court on a delinquency charge. As their relat… Read more

You've Read the Book Now See the Movie (John Weldon, 1975)
A film for the Taxation Division of Revenue Canada, to show that filling in income tax forms is not as difficult as it may seem. ... Read more

Zoom Lapse (John Du Cane, 1975)
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