Setsuko is seemingly stuck with her life in Tokyo until she is convinced by her niece, Mika to enroll in an unorthodox English class that requires her to wear a blonde wig and take on an American persona named ‘Lucy.’ The new identity awakens some
Caniba is a film that reflects on the discomfiting significance of cannibalistic desire in human existence through the prism of one Japanese man, Issei Sagawa, and his mysterious relationship with his brother, Jun Sagawa.
In 2007 Banksy slips into Palestine to paint on walls.
What follows is a story of clashing cultures, art, identity, theft and black market.
When Cameron Post (Chloë Grace Moretz) loses her parents in a car accident she’s left with a sense of guilt and relief because their deaths mean they’ll never learn that she’s gay.
A couple hires a young migrant to be their surrogate mother and moves her to their beautiful villa. While the man is away for work, the woman and the girl start to bond and enjoy the couple’s wealthy way of life.
Devastated with grief after the mysterious disappearance of her magician lover, Louise is sent to a psychiatric asylum. Nine months later, she gives birth to Angel, a baby boy with an incredible gift: he is invisible.
Dallas makes her living in a rough trade, shingling roofs, while turning over female lovers in her personal life —until she encounters self-assured and successful fashion editor, Jasmine. From the moment their eyes meet, the two women are ine
Sachio, a popular novelist, loses his wife of many years in a bus accident, along with her best friend.
Jeanne has had such a lousy time with men that she swears them off for good. But one day she wakes up… with a penis! As much as some women may fantasize about it, Jeanne definitely doesn’t!
" Here is a film fearless enough to face a cannibal on his own terms and place his behavior and desires on (the admittedly very far end of) the human spectrum. "
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
" Love Me Not or The Gods of cinematographic Olympus are Greek. Brutally hypnotic [...] A necessary film, stylistically perfect, sober and excessive at the same time. "
" The story has an idiosyncratic charm that pays off in an unexpectedly touching ending. "
THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER