sep - oct 12
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hello One of the key things I ask of a movie is for it to take me somewhere I have not been before. The current programme will offer several opportunities for the enquiring mind and the armchair traveller, journeys across the world and into the mind. Fernando Meirelles’ 360, which opened the London Film Festival last year, is a kaleidoscope of stories from around the world and Woody Allen continues his grand film making tour of the most alluring cities of Europe with To Rome with Love. Joe Wright evokes the latter days of Imperial Russia in the Tom Stoppard-scripted adaptation of Tolstoy’s Anna Karenina and Zhang Yimou salutes courage and sacrifice during the Japanese occupation of Nanking in The Flowers of War, with Christian Bale exchanging his batsuit for a priest’s cassock. Elsewhere, Andrea Riseborough and Clive Owen take us back to the dark days of the Troubles in the thriller Shadow Dancer, Toby Jones finds himself baffled and bewildered as a sound technician for an Italian horror movie in Berberian Sound Studio and Nina Hoss is a country doctor under scrutiny in the last days of East Germany in Barbara. Earlier still, John Hillcoat takes us to the ‘Prohibition’, via gangster tale Lawless, which garnered warm praise at Cannes in May. Untouchable is a fresh and frank comedy of a quadriplegic and his carer which has broken box office records across Europe and the USA. In Hope Springs, Meryl Streep continues her current campaign to prove that ‘You’re never too old’ with Tommy Lee Jones. My personal guilty pleasure of the moment, however, is Hysteria, best described by the quaint English adjective, ‘saucy’! Also, have a look at Bertrand Tavernier’s Death Watch, shamefully overlooked and now reissued after thirty years, it is amazingly prescient and humane science fiction featuring the wonderful Romy Schneider in one of her last roles.
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Cover image: Hope Springs
360 15 Fri 31 Aug - Wed 5 Sep Dir: Fernando Meirelles US 2011 110mins Cast: Rachel Weisz, Jude Law, Anthony Hopkins An exciting collaboration from two acclaimed artists: director Fernando Meirelles (City of God, The Constant Gardener) and writer Peter Morgan (The Queen, Frost/Nixon). 360 is a moving and multicultural dramatic adaptation of Schnitzler’s classic play La Ronde, that weaves together the stories of an array of people from disparate social backgrounds across the globe, uniting them through their intersecting relationships.
Red Desert 12a Il Deserto Rosso
Tue 4 & Wed 5 Sep Dir: Michelangelo Antonioni Italy 1964 116mins subtitled Cast: Monica Vitti, Richard Harris, Carlo Chionetti Antonioni’s first colour film, Il Deserto Rosso, was awarded the Golden Lion at the 25th Venice Film Festival in 1964. Young housewife Giuliana (Vitti) struggles to hide her mental illness from her husband Ugo, a plant manager. When she meets Zeller (Harris), a British engineer en route to Patagonia, he seems to understand what Guiliana wants from life. Embarking upon an affair, she strives to come to terms with her emotional pain, but is left vulnerable and isolated by the reality of the world around her.
Jackpot 15 Arme Riddere
Fri 7 – Sun 9 Sep Dir: Magnus Martens Norway 2011 86mins subtitled Cast: Kyrre Hellum, Henrik Mestad, Marie Blokhus, Mads Ousdal Jackpot
Following on from the success of Headhunters earlier this year, comes a dark and stylish action comedy, from the pen of Jo Nesbø. Blood-stained and terrified, Oscar wakes up surrounded by police and soon discovers that he is the sole survivor of a strip club massacre. To prove his innocence, Oscar recounts the story of how he and his workmates won 1.7 million kroner on the football pools, and how that soon spiralled into an unstoppable blood-bath.
The Wedding Video 15 Fri 7 – Thu 13 Sep Dir: Nigel Cole UK 2012 94mins Cast: Lucy Punch, Rufus Hound, Robert Webb, Miriam Margolyes, Michelle Gomez, Harriet Walter The cream of British comedy talent come together in this witty and irreverent new film from the writer and director of Calendar Girls, Tim Firth and Nigel Cole. The Wedding Video
Hapless oaf Raif (Hound) returns to the UK to fulfil his duties as best man at the wedding of his brother Tim (Webb) to his fiancé Saskia (Punch). After years apart, Raif is surprised to discover his once free-spirited brother is marrying into a family of determined social climbers, whose desire to create a “wedding to remember” comes true, but for all the wrong reasons. Raif’s wedding gift to the couple is a video account of their day, and his film becomes our film in true Spinal Tap style, as we watch him uncover the chaos that is British society weddings – from personalised ring pillows to the insane extravagance of wedding transport. Welcome to the most outlandish, garish wedding of the year, all caught on camera for your viewing pleasure. 03
Mon 10 & Tue 11 Sep Dir: Bertrand Tavernier France 1980 130mins subtitled Cast: Romy Schneider, Harvey Keitel, Harry Dean Stanton, Max Von Sydow
Wed 12 & Thu 13 Sep Dir: Tony Kaye US 2011 98mins Cast: Adrien Brody, Marcia Gay Harden, James Caan, Christina Hendricks, Lucy Liu
La Mort en Direct
Originally released in 1980, Bertrand Tavernier’s dystopian sci-fi foretold the modern obsession with reality TV, media surveillance and the cult of celebrity. Set in a future where all diseases have been wiped out, terminallyill Katherine (Schneider) is talked into having her illness and death filmed and broadcast 24 hours a day. The story unfurls against a stunning backdrop of Glasgow and the Highlands, the scenes of which have been beautifully restored in this new digital print.
“A worthy rediscovery” Little White Lies
In his first feature film for over 15 years, British director Tony Kaye (American History X) has assembled an all-star cast to take on the American education system. The film follows substitute teacher Henry Barthes (Brody) as he arrives at a failing New York high school. Used to keeping himself distant from students and colleagues, he finds himself forced to engage when presented with new challenges in the form of a fellow teacher (Hendricks), a careers adviser (Liu) and the principal (Harden).
“Adrien Brody [delivers] his finest performance since The Pianist” The Hollywood Reporter
Take This Waltz
Death Watch 12a
Flowers of War
Take This Waltz 15 Flowers of War 15 Petit Nicolas PG Fri 14 – Tue 18 Sep Dir: Sarah Polley US 2011 116mins Cast: Michelle Williams, Seth Rogen, Sarah Silverman, Luke Kirby
Fri 14, Sat 15 & Wed 19 Sep Dir: Zhang Yimou China 2011 142mins subtitled Cast: Christian Bale, Ni Ni, Zhang Xinyi, Huang Tianyuan
Sat 15 & Sun 16 Sep Dir: Laurent Tirard France 2009 91mins Cast: Maxine Godart, Valerie LeMercier, Kad Merad
A frank account of marital infidelity, featuring Michelle Williams and Seth Rogen as married couple Margot and Lou. When Margot falls for her new neighbour across the road, she is faced with a moral dilemma, and forced to choose between the quiet comfort of the familiar and the exhilaration of the unknown.
Set during the 1937 Nanjing massacre, this epic war film from the director of House of Flying Daggers and Hero stars Christian Bale as an American mortician called John Miller. Tasked with looking after the body of a dead priest, opportunistic Miller takes shelter at a Catholic convent school as the Japanese invade, taking advantage of the priest’s robes and wines. But Miller soon finds himself taking on the priest’s role and protecting the resident schoolgirls and the prostitutes who have also have sought refuge in the convent.
This hit French kids film based on the books by René Goscinny (best known for the Astérix books), set in the 1950s, tells the story of Nicolas, a carefree 8 year-old boy who is the smallest in his class.
Writer-director Sarah Polley's follow-up to her acclaimed debut feature Away From Her is a quirky and heartfelt look at the evolving nature of love and the difficulty of sustaining a relationship over time.
With loving parents and good friends, life couldn’t get better, until he overhears a conversation which leads him to believe his mother is pregnant and wants to get rid of him. This sweet family film perfectly captures the misconceptions of childhood, as told from the perspective of little Nicolas.
Searching for Sugarman
Searching for Sugar Man 12a
Shadow Dancer 15 Hope Springs 12a
Mon 17 – Wed 19 Sep Dir: Malik Bendjelloul Sweden / UK 2012 86mins Cast: Malik Bendjelloul, Rodriguez An inspiring documentary about two South African friends as they track down the true story of their hero, 70s folk musician Sixto Rodriguez. Despite drawing early comparisons to Bob Dylan, Rodriguez’s albums failed to sell in the US, leading to his subsequent disappearance and rumours of an on-stage suicide. Although he is practically unknown in his homeland, Rodriguez’s anti-establishment lyrics struck a chord with Apartheid-era South Africa and unbeknownst to him, elevated him to cult status.
“A must for music fans.” Empire 06
Fri 21 – Tue 25 Sep Dir: James Marsh UK 2012 101mins Cast: Clive Owen, Gillian Anderson, Andrea Riseborough, Aiden Gillen
Fri 21 Sep – Mon 1 Oct Dir: David Frankel US 2012 100mins Cast: Meryl Streep, Tommy Lee Jones, Steve Carell
Director James Marsh’s (Man on Wire) second dramatic feature is a thriller set during the ‘Troubles’.
Meryl Streep and Tommy Lee Jones star in this comedy drama about a couple in their fourth decade of marriage who find themselves missing the connection they felt in their youth.
Andrea Riseborough (Brighton Rock) stars as Colette McVeigh, a Northern Irish woman traumatised by her childhood in Belfast, growing up amidst sectarian crossfire. Convinced that a British bullet killed her brother, McVeigh becomes involved with the IRA and is confronted by MI5 operative Mac (Owen) who gives her a deadly ultimatum.
“slow-burning but brilliant thriller” The Guardian
Kay doesn’t want intimacy to be sacrificed in old age, and convinces her sceptical husband Arnold to join her on an intensive couples therapy retreat. There they meet Dr. Feld (Carell), a therapist who encourages them to re-invigorate their marriage through various exercises, but will they be able to overcome their squeamishness and get onboard with the sex tips too?
Anna Karenina TBC Fri 28 Sep – Sun 7 Oct & Wed 10 Oct Dir: Joe Wright UK / France 2012 130mins Cast: Aaron Johnson, Keira Knightley, Kelly Macdonald, Jude Law, Domhnall Gleeson Director Joe Wright (Pride and Prejudice, Atonement) pairs up once more with his muse Keira Knightley for another lavish literary adaptation, this time of Tolstoy’s epic tale of forbidden love, Anna Karenina, adapted for the screen by Tom Stoppard. Knightley is Anna, trapped in a loveless marriage to her upstanding but stiff husband Alexei (Law), who has her head and heart turned by the arrival of enigmatic soldier Vronsky (Johnson).
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry 15 Wed 26 & Thu 27 Sep Dir: Alison Klayman US 2012 91mins subtitled Cast: Ai Weiwei, Danqing Chen
Wright has adopted a visionary new approach, setting his action in a single location and relying on choreography, multiple cameras and set changes to create a very theatrical film. A visual feast that features the very best of the new British acting establishment.
A documentary chronicling artist and activist Ai Weiwei’s preparations for a series of exhibitions, as he gets into an increasing number of clashes with the Chinese government, resulting in his arrest and imprisonment for 81 days in 2011. Director Alison Klayman captures a portrait of the artist at a time of cultural creation and political unrest, where China’s most famous artist becomes its biggest critic.
Ai Weiwei: Never Sorry
Tue 2 – Thu 4 Oct Dir: Peter Strickland UK 2012 92mins subtitled Cast: Toby Jones, Tonia Sotiropoulou, Susanna Cappellaro, Cosimo Fusco
Berberian Sound Studio
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An aural feast for film lovers, as a sound engineer gets more than he bargained for as he works on the sound effects for an Italian horror film. Toby Jones is Gilderoy, a mousy sound engineer who spends his days mutilating vegetables to create sound effects for the gory foreign film he has been requested to work on. But as his work gets weirder, it seems that the gore is not merely restricted to the screen. A Lynchian delight that is full of slow-building tension.
Saturday Film Talks
A chance to spend the day exploring a particular theme of film guided by a specialist in that field.
Sat 6 Oct 11am – 3.30pm £10 (£7) Film members £8.50 (£5.25)
Fri 5 – Wed 10 Oct Dir: John Hillcoat US 2012 115mins Cast: Tom Hardy, Gary Oldman, Guy Pearce, Shia LaBeouf, Jessica Chastain
From Blackmail to The Birds
Over the span of 50 years, Alfred Hitchcock created a body of work that defined the art of filmmaking. To watch his films is to understand the grammar of cinema. This illustrated talk will look at the director's early life and influences, before discussing how Hitchcock, above all others, was the exemplar when it came to employing film as a visual language, always keeping to his most famous motto: show, don't tell. From Blackmail to The Birds, this talk will use excerpts from Hitchcock's work to highlight his singular genius and the timelessness of his canon and will include the classic Hitchcock feature, Vertigo. This talk will be led by Ian Haydn Smith. A writer and journalist, Smith is the Editor of the International Film Guide and has previously led a Saturday Film Talk on the 1960s back in 2010. 08
Depression-era deep south of America is the setting for this violent tale of bootleggers under threat from the corrupt authorities who are intent on taking a cut of their profits. Shia LeBeouf and Tom Hardy play the Bondurant brothers, illegal bootleggers of alcohol who fall foul of the corrupt force, led by Special Agent Charlie Rakes (Pearce). To add to their woes, they also find themselves in competition with local gangster Floyd Banner (Oldman), who hopes to move in on their turf. When Forrest Bondurant is injured in a gunfight, it’s up to younger brother Jack to step up and protect their livelihood, and their lives. With a screenplay by Nick Cave and a cast that also features Jessica Chastain and Mia Wasikowska, Hillcoat’s (The Proposition) rip-roaring gangster tale has all the makings of a classic.
About Elly TBC Darbareye Elly
Mon 8 & Wed 10 Oct Dir: Asghar Farhadi Iran / France 2009 119mins subtitled Cast: Golshifteh Farahani, Shahab Hosseini, Taraneh Alidoosti, Merila Zare'i Before creating the internationally-acclaimed Iranian drama A Separation last year, Asghar Farhadi wrote, produced and directed this poignant film about trust and friendship.
The film tells the story of a group of friends from Tehran spending a weekend together in a Caspian Sea resort. Farahani (Body of Lies) plays Sepideh, the joyful leader of the group who hatches a plan to matchmake her daughter's kindergarten teacher, Elly with recently divorced Ahmad. Amidst the sun, sea and sand, little white lies surface and spread with devastating consequences.
Untouchable TBC Les Intouchables
Tue 9, Fri 12, Sun 14 – Thu 18 Oct Dir: Olivier Nakache, Eric Toledano France 2011 112mins subtitled Cast: François Cluzet, Omar Sy, Anne Le Ny, Audrey Fleurot A touching and genuinely funny culture clash tale from France. A paraplegic aristocrat takes on a young black man from “the projects” as his careworker, attracted to his outgoing demeanour and his lack of pity. Together they overcome their obvious differences in order to see the best in each other and in life. Winner of the César award for Best Actor (Omar Sy). Lawless
“Superb actors who demolish stereotypes about race and social class” Rolling Stone 09
Hysteria 15 Fri 12, Sun 14 & Mon 15 Oct Dir: Tanya Wexler UK 2011 100mins Cast: Hugh Dancy, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Jonathan Pryce In 1880s London a young medical student Mortimer (Dancy) is hired by Dr Robert Dalrymple (Pryce) to assist him on the issue of female ‘hysteria’, a catch-all term that seems to cover everything from depression to nymphomania. Pelvic massage is suggested as a potential aid and soon every woman in London is lining up for this miracle ‘cure’. Meanwhile, Mortimer has his head turned by Dalrymple’s fire-cracker of a daughter (Gyllenhaal) who challenges his preconceptions of women with her modern ways.
The Imposter 15 Tue 16 – Thu 18 Oct Dir: Bart Layton UK 2012 99mins Cast: Adam O'Brian, Anna Ruben, Alan Teichman, Cathy Dresbach An impressive debut feature from Bart Layton, which pushes the traditional boundaries of documentary film-making. Mixing real life interviews and news reels with dramatisations, the film examines the disappearance and subsequent reappearance of American teenager Nicholas Barclay. In 1994, 13 year old Barclay vanished from his home in Texas; three years later he is found alive and alone in Spain. As his friends and family welcome him back with open arms, they slowly realise that all is not what it seems...
“Documentary as thriller is a tough thing to pull off, but Bart Layton does it superbly” Screen Daily 10
To Rome with Love 12a Fri 19 – Sun 21 & Wed 24 Oct Dir: Woody Allen US / Spain / Italy 2012 112mins Cast: Woody Allen, Alec Baldwin, Roberto Benigni, Penélope Cruz, Judy Davis Woody Allen’s European sojourn continues following Vicky Cristina Barcelona and Midnight in Paris, as the lives of Rome’s citizens are examined in a zippy patchwork of comedy, romance and farce. Allen examines a multitude of characters as they play out in beautiful Italian surroundings. Featuring a typical Who’s Who of American acting talent, Jesse Eisenberg, Greta Gerwig, Alec Baldwin and Penelope Cruz all star in this entertaining Allenesque romp through the ups and downs of relationships.
To Rome with Love
Killing Them Softly TBC Fri 19 – Thu 25 Oct Dir: Andrew Dominik US 2012 104mins Cast: Brad Pitt, Scoot McNairy, Ben Mendelsohn, James Gandolfini
Killing Them Softly
Loosely adapted from George V Higgins's 1970s crime novel, Killing Them Softly stars Brad Pitt as hired killer Jackie Cogan on the tail of two wannabe gangsters (McNairy and Mendelsohn) after a heist on a fixed poker game. Cogan’s usual plan of ‘killing them softly, at a distance’ goes awry and he in turn hires Mickey, a monstrous assassin played by James Gandolfini.
Writer-director Andrew Dominik (The Assassination of Jesse James) has created a brutal world which is at once violent and tragic but filled with dark humour.
“It has the lines and contours of a classic” The Telegraph
Barbara TBC Mon 22 & Tue 23 Oct Dir: Christian Petzold Germany 2012 105mins subtitled Cast: Nina Hoss, Ronald Zehrfeld, Rainer Bock Set in an East German village in the summer of 1980, Barbara is a young doctor under constant surveillance after attempting to obtain a travel visa to the West. Claustrophobia and paranoia impact on her everyday life, but soon Barbara’s desire to leave is tempered by her growing fondness for a fellow doctor. A touching story of relationships under pressure. Barbara
Liberal Arts TBC
Holy Motors 18
Fri 26, Sun 28 – Wed 31 Oct Dir: Josh Radnor US 2012 97mins Cast: Josh Radnor, Elizabeth Olsen, Zac Efron
Fri 26, Sun 28 – Wed 31 Oct Dir: Leos Carax France / Germany 2012 116mins subtitled Cast: Denis Lavant, Edith Scob, Eva Mendes, Kylie Minogue
Actor and director Josh Radnor (How I Met Your Mother) delivers his second feature Liberal Arts, which follows Jesse as he returns to his alma mater for the retirement dinner of his old college professor. A little bit lost as he approaches his midthirties, Jesse finds a connection with a 19-year old drama student called Zippy (Olsen). A smart study of a relationship that is both warm and witty. Liberal Arts
“Really sweet, funny and sometimes surprisingly acerbic comedy” Empire
The Snows of Kilimanjaro TBC Les neiges du Kilimandjaro
Wed 24 & Thu 25 Oct Dir: Robert Guédiguian France 2011 107mins subtitled Cast: Ariane Ascaride, Jean-Pierre Darroussin, Gérard Meylan Inspired by Victor Hugo’s poem How Good Are The Poor, the film centres on the lives of factory workers in a working-class district of Marseille. When union rep Michel (Darroussin) and his wife Marie-Claire (Ascaride) are robbed of their wedding anniversary present - an African dream holiday, Michel unwittingly discovers that the one of the perpetrators is someone he knows. A passionate and socially-conscious film that explores how right and wrong isn’t always black and white. 12
Come on a weird and wonderful visionary cinematic journey in the unhinged new film from director Leos Carax. A critical hit at the Cannes Film Festival, and nominated for the Palme D’Or, Holy Motors follows the mysterious Monsieur Oscar as he is ferried about in his limo to a number of appointments, each requiring him to disguise himself as one in a line-up of disparate and freaky characters. It’s a journey through the streets of Paris that will leave you mesmerised.
The Snows of Kilimanjaro
National Theatre Live
Chuck Jones 100
The best of British Theatre broadcast live via satellite to screens at Warwick Arts Centre
Sat 27 Oct 1.30pm
Celebrate the life and work of animation legend Chuck Jones through a colourful and joyous look at his best work. Responsible for bringing to life some of the greatest cartoon characters ever drawn such as Bugs Bunny, Daffy Duck, Road Runner and Wile E. Coyote; Chuck Jones also produced Tom & Jerry and TV adaptations of Dr Seuss classics How the Grinch Stole Christmas and Horton Hears a Who! A unique chance to introduce your favourite childhood characters to a new generation on the big screen. Introduction by Warwick Arts Centre Education Director, Brian Bishop.
The Curious Incident of The Last of the the Dog in the Night-Time Haussmans based on the novel by Mark Haddon and adapted for the stage by Simon Stephens
by Stephen Beresford with Julie Walters, Rory Kinnear and Helen McCrory
Thu 6 Sep 6.45pm - SOLD OUT & Thu 20 Sep 7pm (Encore Screening) Cinema £15, restricted view £10
Thu 11 Oct 6.45pm - SOLD OUT & Sun 14 Oct 7pm (Encore Screening) Cinema £15, restricted view £10
(+50p booking fee)
(+50p booking fee)
Approx 2hrs 30mins
(including host introduction and one interval)
(including host introduction & one interval)
Chuck Jones 100
Mark Haddon’s celebrated, multi-award-winning novel is beautifully and imaginatively adapted into a stage play for the first time, directed by Marianne Elliott.
Beresford’s eagerly-anticipated new play is a funny, touching and sometimes savage portrait of a family that’s losing its grip.
New York’s Met Opera Live in HD Warwick Arts Centre’s screenings of the best opera broadcast live from the Metropolitan Opera House, New York
L’Elisir D’Amore Donizetti
Sat 13 Oct 5.55pm Cinema £25.50 (£20.50) restricted view £10 (+50p booking fee) 3hrs
Sat 27 Oct 5.55pm Cinema £25.50 (£20.50) restricted view £10 (+50p booking fee) 3hrs 27mins
Anna Netrebko and Matthew Polenzani star in one of the greatest comic gems in opera, as the fickle Adina and her besotted Nemorino.
Johan Botha sings the title role opposite the acclaimed Desdemona of star soprano Renée Fleming, with Falk Struckmann as Iago and Semyon Bychkov conducting. 13
Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry
Berberian Sound Studio
Chuck Jones 100
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Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (The) p13 Death Watch
Film Talk: Alfred Hitchcock
Flowers of War
Killing Them Softly
Last of the Haussmans (The)
Searching for Sugar Man
Snows of Kilimanjaro (The)
Take This Waltz
To Rome with Love
Wedding Video (The)
360 360 The Angels’ Share See website The Angels’ Share See website 360 360 The Angels’ Share See website 360 Red Desert Red Desert 360 The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time The Wedding Video Jackpot The Wedding Video The Wedding Video Jackpot The Wedding Video Jackpot Death Watch The Wedding Video The Wedding Video Death Watch Detachment The Wedding Video The Wedding Video Detachment Take This Waltz Flowers of War Petit Nicholas Take This Waltz Flowers of War Petit Nicholas Take This Waltz Take This Waltz Searching for Sugar Man Take This Waltz Searching for Sugar Man Searching for Sugar Man Flowers of War The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Encore Screening) Hope Springs Shadow Dancer
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Hope Springs Hope Springs Shadow Dancer Shadow Dancer Hope Springs Hope Springs S. Shadow Dancer Hope Springs Shadow Dancer Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry Hope Springs Hope Springs Ai Wei Wei: Never Sorry Anna Karenina Hope Springs Hope Springs S. Hope Springs Anna Karenina Hope Springs Anna Karenina
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Anna Karenina S. Hope Springs Anna Karenina Berberian Sound Studio Anna Karenina S. Berberian Sound Studio Anna Karenina Anna Karenina Berberian Sound Studio Anna Karenina Lawless Film Talk: Alfred Hitchcock Anna Karenina Anna Karenina Lawless Anna Karenina Lawless About Elly Lawless Untouchable Lawless Anna Karenina About Elly Lawless
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The Last of the Haussmans Hysteria Untouchable L’Elisir D’Amore Hysteria The Last of the Haussmans (Encore Screening) Untouchable Untouchable Hysteria Untouchable The Imposter Untouchable The Imposter Untouchable Untouchable The Imposter To Rome with Love Killing Them Softly To Rome with Love Killing Them Softly To Rome with Love Killing Them Softly Barbara Killing Them Softly Killing Them Softly Barbara To Rome with Love Snows of Kilimanjaro Killing Them Softly Killing Them Softly Snows of Kilimanjaro Holy Motors Liberal Arts Chuck Jones 100 Otello Holy Motors Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Holy Motors Holy Motors Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Liberal Arts Holy Motors
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