You Can Say Anything, You Can Do Anything, But You Can't Fake A Thought. A young woman (Jessie Buckley) contemplates breaking up with her new boyfriend, Jake, (Jesse Plemons) while going on a road trip to visit his parents. The ensuing surrealist trip explores loneliness, regret, and a descent into mental illness. Charlie Kaufman's rendition
Den Skyldige is the feature debut for writer and director Gustav Möller. The film follows Asger (Cedergren), an emergency call handler, who receives a call that changes the trajectory of his shift, and ultimately his life. What comes next is a twisting and turning story that maintains a steady, and intense, pace. As the mysteries
Alfred Hitchcock's 1929 film, Blackmail, follows Alice (Ondra), as she ditches her police detective boyfriend, Frank (Longden), and goes on a date instead with a local artist, Mr. Crewe (Ritchard). Unfortunately, their date concludes with Mr. Crewe attempting to rape Alice. In the struggle, Alice is able to get her hands on a knife and
A child predator, torments a Berlin neighborhood. The attacks on the helpless youth strikes fear and paranoia in the citizens. The death of young Elsie Beckmann causes the paranoia to skyrocket and further highlight the police inabilities to find the culprit. Police investigator, Karl Lohmann (Wernicke), decides to raid known hangouts of organized crime members.
A house keeper quits, leaving a mother and her child alone in the house. As she leaves, a tramp starts poking around the house and tries to find a way inside. The mother calls the husband as the tramp breaks in to the house and begins to race home before the knife wielding tramp can