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Slacker is a unique and eccentric series of loosely linked scenes and episodes that adds up to something both fascinating and memorable. With the camera roving around seemingly at random, we're offered a collection of "slices of life" taking in the coffee-houses, clubs, apartments and shops of the American college town of Austin, Texas - and the various weird and wonderful people inside them. A cult sensation when it first came out, the film has continued to entertain and endure.
This fascinating film from director Richard Linklater combines pioneering rotoscoping technique with discussions on the meaning of life.
14+ years 97 mins
Famed indie director Jim Jarmusch presents five stories, each centring on a cab ride at night in LA, New York, Paris, Rome and Helsinki.
14+ years 123 mins
Absorbing film from legendary French director Jean-Luc Godard about a world-weary man who leaves his wife and elopes with his babysitter.
16+ years 105 mins
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