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French / Spanish (English subtitles)
Luis Bunuel announced himself as a filmmaker and artist with the short film Un Chien Andalou, which he made with Salvador Dalí. Throughout his career, his films continued to ignore narrative conventions; they’re more concerned with satirically poking fun at their characters than telling the audience a story. The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie often feels like a surrealist sketch show, with each scene building towards a punch line. The film examines a group of wealthy establishment figures and their attitudes towards many issues such as war, drugs, religion, poverty and sex.
Finely crafted murder mystery set in 1930s England, examining class differences through the upstairs and downstairs goings-on of a country house.
14+ years 131 mins
The dark underbelly of the French upper classes is exposed in this blackly humorous tale.
14+ years 94 mins
Acclaimed Danish film made according to the Dogme 95 principles about a celebratory family dinner that goes horribly wrong.
16+ years 101 mins
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