Truffaut’s Hitchcockian drama about love, lies, and sex, The Soft Skin, comes to Blu-ray in a beautiful transfer from Artificial Eye
Artificial Eye gives us a beautiful Blu-ray rendering of Truffaut’s stunning 1959 debut The 400 Blows
François Truffaut’s classic tragic romance, the sweeping and poetic Jules et Jim gets a pleasing release on Blu-ray from Artificial Eye
The Past is an absorbing drama from writer/director Asghar Farhadi
Fill the Void’s peek into the world of Orthodox Jews is mesmerizing, powerful, and reaffirming.
Mouchette is a powerful and grim look at a young girl forced to grow up much too quickly
Clio Barnard’s The Selfish Giant is powerful filmmaking — an intensely realistic look at wayward working class adolescents.
Krzystof Kieṡlowski’s Three Colours ends with a brilliant splash of Red
Bittersweet revenge is served up cold in Krzystof Kieṡlowski’s White, the second film in his Three Colours Trilogy
The first of Kieṡlowski’s Three Colours examines grief in indigo with beautiful imagery and a riveting performance by Juliette Binoche