Kino Lorber 2019-20 Home Video Catalog - Page 84



WORLD CINEMA
Must-See International Hits
“Guy Maddin delivers another of his wild and whimsical
fantasies, tinged with camp and couched in the film
grammar of silent cinema.” - Chicago Reader
Guy Maddin and Evan Johnsoni
THE FORBIDDEN
ROOM
Dogtooth
Yorgos Lanthimos
In this experimental homage to the lost
films from the early age of cinema, a submarine crew, a feared pack of forest bandits, a famous surgeon, and a battalion of
child soldiers all get more than they bargained for as they wend their way toward
progressive ideas on life and love.
Canada 2015. 132min.
Color and B&W. English.
DOGTOOTH
An Academy Award® nominee and winner Blu-ray $34.95 Sale $19.99 DVD $29.95 Sale $17.97
at the Cannes Film Festival, DOGTOOTH
Ulrich Seidli
is a darkly surreal look at three teenagers
DOG DAYS
confined to an isolated country estate and
In the sweltering heat of the suburbs of Vienna,
kept under strict rule and regimen by their
six characters ranging from an erratic hitchhiker
parents. This is one of the most controverto a fading beauty queen play out a sweaty pagsial films to have been nominated for an
eant of sadism and sexual deviance, deftly helmed
Oscar® in recent years.
Greece. 2009. 94 min.
by documentarian Seidl.
Greek w/English subtitles.
ACADEMY AWARD NOMINEE
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“An intoxicating reflection on the interconnection of taste,
scent, instinct and desire.” - The New York Times
MATURE CONTENT
Gabriel Mascaro
NEON BULL
The tale of a mysterious and handsome
cowboy who dreams in sequin and fabrics, expressing his desire to become a
fashion designer. Set in the dangerous
world of vaquejada bull fighting, the
film tells a wild, sensual and transporting tale of compassion and aspiration.
Brazil. 2015. 103 min. Color.
Portuguese w/English Subtitles.
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“A surreal piece of mischief, equal parts breezy fun.”
- The New York Post
Andrzej Zutawski
COSMOS
Two friends discover mysterious items in a
countryside guesthouse, including a hanging
cat. The late Andrzej Zulawski’s final film, a
literary adaptation suffused with his trademark
freneticism, transforms Polish writer Witold
Gombrowicz’s novel of the same name into an
ominous and manic exploration of desire.
France. Portugal. 2015. 101 min. Color. French.
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Austria. 2001. 121 min. Color.
German w/English subtitles.
DVD $29.95 Sale $17.97
“It’s more than just an affirmation of its maker’s
un-crushable artistic ambition. It’s also a nimble,
funny, honest-to-God movie.” - AV Club
Jafar Panahi
JAFAR PANAHI’S
TAXI
Despite being banned from making movies by the Iranian government, Jafar Panahi (This is not a Film) continues to do
such by posing as a taxi driver, in the
process encountering people of different
ages and social classes and blurring the
line between reality and fiction crafting a
commentary about the social state of Iran.
Winner of the top prize at the 2015 Berlin
Film Festival.
Iran 2015. 81 min. Color. Farsi w/English Subtitles.
Blu-ray $34.95 Sale $19.99 DVD $29.95 Sale $17.97
Kay Pollak
AS IT IS IN HEAVEN
A successful conductor returns to his childhood village in Sweden and takes over the local
church choir. Nothing in his life and the village is the same again! Stars Michael Nyqvist,
star of upcoming Millennium films, based on
Stieg Larsson books.
Sweden. 2004. 132 min. Color.
Swedish w/Eng. sub.
DVD $26.98 Sale $17.97
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