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THE MANEATER

THE MANEATER

Directed by Natalie Saracco
  • Canada / 
  • 2012 / 
  • French with English subtitles / 
  • 85 min
THE MARQUISE OF O...

THE MARQUISE OF O...

Directed by Eric Rohmer
  • Germany and France / 
  • 1976 / 
  • German with English subtitles / 
  • 103 min

"It's a dazzling testament to the civilizing effects of several different arts, witty, joyous and so beautiful to look at."
- Vincent Canby, The New York Times

"The film's slow, stately pace and the quiet way in which it makes its points give it the aura of a neoclassical dream, a fading vision of the virtue of gentility."
- Dave Kehr, Chicago Reader

"Rohmer's great achievement...is that it is this, rather than merely the story, that he has brought to the screen, recreating and making even more ironic Kleist's literary written conversations, and opting, in his colour scheme, sets and camerawork, for a style that hovers between formalism and realism."
- Time Out New York
THE MARQUISE OF O... (BLU-RAY)

THE MARQUISE OF O... (BLU-RAY)

Directed by Eric Rohmer
  • Germany and France / 
  • 1976 / 
  • German with English subtitles / 
  • 103 min
THE MIRROR

THE MIRROR

Directed by Edward Boase
THE NUN

THE NUN

Directed by Guillaume Nicloux

"Etienne as the heroine is a harmonising centre, believable, luminous, quiet-spoken, poignant."
- Financial Times

"[An] atmospheric adaptation...driven onwards by a powerful central female performance."
- Eye for Film

"Strong performances are abetted by superb technical contributions, including...a series of gorgeous period costumes."
- The Hollywood Reporter
THE OTHER SIDE

THE OTHER SIDE

Directed by Roberto Minervini

"...Minervini deserves credit for going where few high-minded filmmakers have gone before, revealing a side of Americana rarely seen onscreen."
- Jordan Mintzer, The Hollywood Reporter

"...a soul-draining, feature-length look at the bastard stepchildren of the American Dream."
- Peter Debruge, Variety

"...an unflinching look at the unwholesome underbelly that, to the rest of the country's chagrin, defines the Deep South."
- Amanda Waltz, The Film Stage
THE PILLOW BOOK

THE PILLOW BOOK

Directed by Peter Greenaway

"If any movie I've seen lately demands a second viewing, with accompanying commentary, it is Film Movement's Blu-ray re-release of Peter Greenaway's mesmerizing The Pillow Book."
- Gary Dretzka, Movie City News

"This beautifully bizarre tale by the British iconoclast has received a suitably gorgeous hi-def digital transfer and is now available on Blu-ray as the first release from Film Movement Classics."
- Movie Dearest

"A very inimate, sensual film and a torrid, lurid melodrama full of passion, jealousy, hatred and revenge."
- Derek Adams, Time Out London
THE PILLOW BOOK (BLU-RAY)

THE PILLOW BOOK (BLU-RAY)

Directed by Peter Greenaway
THE QUIET EARTH

THE QUIET EARTH

Directed by Geoff Murphy
THE QUIET EARTH (BLU-RAY)

THE QUIET EARTH (BLU-RAY)

Directed by Geoff Murphy
THE SEVENTH FIRE

THE SEVENTH FIRE


"Phenomenal... A new side of gang culture."
- Susannah Edelbaum, The Credits

"Powerful and haunting."
- Clive Botting, The Huffington Post

"Epic...An important and timely film."
- Sarah Rutterford, The Upcoming
THE TALL BLOND MAN WITH ONE BLACK SHOE

THE TALL BLOND MAN WITH ONE BLACK SHOE

Directed by Yves Robert
  • France / 
  • 1972 / 
  • French with English subtitles / 
  • 90 min

"Newly restored in high definition, Film Movement's presentation is a splendid package, especially considering this is the first time the title is available in the US. As far as high class screwball goes, one can't complain about the beautifully rendered color palette."
- Nicholas Bell, Ion Cinema

"Pierre Richard, a talented physical comic, stars in this spy farce directed by Yves Robert, which amounts to a 90-minute testimony to the French love for Jerry Lewis. Pleasant, with a moment or two of genuine grace."
- Dave Kehr, The Chicago Reader