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  • By: BFI

    La Haine

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    15,95 €
    Vincent Cassel stars in this cult French drama written and directed by Mathieu Kassovitz. Set in a poor suburb outside Paris, three youths, Vinz (Cassel), Hubert (Hubert Koundé) and Said (Saïd Taghmaoui), become involved in anti-police riots following a police attack that results in their friend Abdel (Abdel Ahmed Ghili) being put in a coma. When Vinz finds a police revolver, he threatens to shoot an officer if his friend does not pull through.
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    Devils

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    11,95 €
    Ken Russell helms this graphic 1971 adaptation of a documented witchcraft case, which took place in France in 1634. Outspoken priest Urbain Grandier (Oliver Reed) finds himself accused of seducing a group of hysterical nuns while in demon form by Mother Superior Sister Jeanne (Vanessa Redgrave), who is obsessed with Grandier and driven into a fit of envy when he marries another woman. With the involvement of charismatic exorcist Father Barre (Michael Gothard), the affair turns into a sordid mass exorcism of the tainted convent.
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    Seven Samurai

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    24,95 €
    Akira Kurosawa's masterpiece tells the story of a group of 17th-century warriors recently detached from the powerful masters who once paid them. Veteran Samurai Kambei (Takashi Shimura) is the leader of the group who are hired by the residents of a village suffering at the hands of a marauding band of thieves. Five of his cohorts are trained warriors, but the sixth, Kikuchiyo (Toshirô Mifune), is actually the son of a farmer, desperate to earn his spurs on the battlefield.
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    Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary? / My Wife's Lodger

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    24,95 €
    Double bill of Diana Dors comedies from the early 1950s. In 'Is Your Honeymoon Really Necessary?' (1953), Laurie Vining (Bonar Colleano) is looking forward to a romantic honeymoon in London with his new bride Gillian (Diana Decker). Unfortunately for him, however, his ex-wife Candy (Dors) chooses this moment to question the legality of their divorce.
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    Killing Of A Chinese Bookie. The

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    24,95 €
    Crime drama directed by John Cassavetes and starring Ben Gazzara, Timothy Carey and Seymour Cassel. Cosmo Vitelli (Gazzara) owns the Crazy Horse West, a strip joint in California; he loves his girls and he loves his job. Trouble is, however, he also loves to gamble and this has resulted in a huge and ever-increasing debt to the mob.
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    Bande A Part

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    11,95 €
    Jean-Luc Godard writes and directs this French crime drama starring Anna Karina, Claude Brasseur and Sami Frey. Streetwise Parisians Franz and Arthur (Frey and Brasseur) team up with the shy Odile (Karina) to plan a robbery. As the trio's overdeveloped fantasies are worked out whilst visiting the Louvre, cafés and even play-acting shootouts, it soon becomes apparent that the robbery is not going to go according to plan...
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    Nightmare Before Christmas

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    7,95 €
    Animated musical fantasy following Jack Skellington (voice of Chris Sarandon), the Pumpkin King of Halloween Town. When Jack, tired of the same celebrations each year, discovers Christmas Town, he decides to improve the holiday by kidnapping Santa (Edward Ivory) and taking over the festivities. Unfortunately his attempts end in disaster but, in trying to repair what he has broken, he might just discover the true meaning of Christmas after all.
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    Kurosawa: Crime Collection

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    31,95 €
    Collection of four crime dramas from acclaimed Japanese filmmaker Akira Kurosawa. In 'Drunken Angel' (1948) Takashi Shimura plays Sanada, a doctor working in a devastatingly poor area of immediately-post-war Tokyo. The area is overrun with competing gangsters who have lost most of their power during the American occupation.