In this intimate portrayal of obsessive love, Betty's fantasy world encroaches on her reality as she slowly spirals out of control. From director Jean-Jacques Beineix (Diva), this French cult classic includes an all-new interview with the director by Tim Rhys of MovieMaker Magazine about his films and his career. An international smash when it was released in 1986, Betty Blue hypnotizes audiences with its uninhibited sexuality and all-consuming vision of amour fou that defined youthful passion for an entire generation.
On the threshold of adulthood, 17-year-old Pierre becomes obsessed with his aunt Nadia (Beatrice Dalle, Betty Blue and Trouble Every Day). A flamboyant mathematician whose intellect clashes with her alcoholism and fatalistic view of life, Nadia is on a path to self-destruction. As Pierre discovers his budding sexuality, he attempts to rescue his beloved aunt from herself. DOMAIN is a dark, sexy mediation on the intersection of two lives with very different trajectories. Featuring intelligent discourse and Hitchcockian references, filmmaker John Waters declared "you’ll be left breathless by the sheer elegance of this astonishing workout."
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It's 10 pm. The night before Walnut Lake's neighborhood supermarket closes its doors forever. The owners and night crew have a long shift ahead of them - longer than they think! Ace check out girl, Jennifer (played by "Lethal Weapon's" Renee Estevez), has a deranged ex-boyfriend who's fresh out of prison. When he appears outside, weird things start happening. The phone lines are cut, and the night crew starts dying one by one, in the most gruesome ways imaginable. An ex-cop is trying to find out who the killer is and what possessed him to start the bloody rampage. But is it the ex-boyfriend or is it someone else?
When Anna and her family arrive at their holiday home, they find it occupied by strangers. This confrontation is just the beginning of a painful learning process. *Subtitles not available for this feature*
Five cities. Five taxicabs. A multitude of strangers in the night. Jim Jarmusch assembled an extraordinary international cast of actors (including Gena Rowlands, Winona Ryder, Armin Mueller-Stahl, Beatrice Dalle, and Roberto Benigni) for this hilarious quintet of tales of urban displacement and existential angst, spanning time zones, continents, and languages. Jarmusch?s lovingly askew view of humanity from the passenger seat makes for one of his most charming and beloved films.
Five cities. Five taxicabs. A multitude of strangers in the night. Jim Jarmusch assembled an extraordinary international cast of actors for this hilarious quintet of tales of urban displacement and existential angst, spanning time zones, continents, and languages. Jarmusch's lovingly askew view of humanity from the passenger seat makes for one of his most charming and beloved films.
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