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Shoe salesman Richard is bringing up two slightly odd sons Peter and Robby on his own and is keen to share his life with another adult. So when he meets a sweet-natured would-be artist named Christine, it should mean instant happiness. But things aren't always that simple - just as they're not for Peter or Robby in their lives either. Packed with loveable moments of invention and a charmingly off-centre way of looking at the world, this is a hugely original first movie from artist Miranda July (who also stars as Christine).
Vivid imaginings and reality mix in this sweetly odd film about dreamer Stephane, who tries to woo his neighbour while stuck in a dull job in Paris.
14+ years 102 mins
After his release from prison Billy kidnaps a girl so he can convince his parents she's his girlfriend and they're happy and successful.
16+ years 105 mins
This witty, edgy drama centres on Igby, a rebellious teen from a rich, dysfunctional family who leaves for New York, where discontent follows him.
16+ years 98 mins
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