Setsuko is seemingly stuck with her life in Tokyo until she is convinced by her niece, Mika to enroll in an unorthodox English class that requires her to wear a blonde wig and take on an American persona named ‘Lucy.’ The new identity awakens some
Jeanne leaves for Japan, in search of a rare medicinal plant. During this trip, she meets Tomo, a forest ranger, who accompanies her on her quest and guides her on the traces of her past. 20 years ago, in the forests of Yoshino, Jeanne lived her first love.
Caniba is a film that reflects on the discomfiting significance of cannibalistic desire in human existence through the prism of one Japanese man, Issei Sagawa, and his mysterious relationship with his brother, Jun Sagawa.
In 2007 Banksy slips into Palestine to paint on walls.
What follows is a story of clashing cultures, art, identity, theft and black market.
A story of resistance and sisterhood. A fight for hope. This film is a unique tribute to those women.
In 1993, a teenage girl is forced into a gay conversion therapy center by her conservative guardians.
A couple hires a young migrant to be their surrogate mother and moves her to their beautiful villa. While the man is away for work, the woman and the girl start to bond and enjoy the couple’s wealthy way of life.
In their debut film as directors, Belgian brothers Jeremie and Yannick Renier take us on a cruel journey that sits on the boundary of genres – between family tensions, emotional manipulation and sibling rivalry.