Kino Lorber 2019-20 Home Video Catalog - Page 85

Must-See International Hits
Ursula Meier
Isabelle Huppert plays a mother whose family enjoys an isolated existence near an abandoned highway. Everything changes when
city trucks roll in to complete the road’s
construction. Refusing to give up their solitude, she and her family resort to desperate
measures to insulate themselves.
Switzerland. 2009. 97 min. Color.
French w/English subtitles.
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Nuri Bilge Ceylan
The Conformist
Aydin, a former actor, runs a small hotel in central
Anatolia with his young wife Nihal with whom he “TRANSPORTS YOU INTO A WORLD OF PURE STYLE!”
has a stormy relationship and his sister Necla who - The New York Times
is suffering from her recent divorce. In winter as the
Bernardo Bertolucci
snow begins to fall, the hotel turns into a shelter
but also an inescapable place that fuels their aniIn Mussolini’s Italy, repressed Jean-Louis
mosities. Winner of the Cannes Film Festival presTrintignant tries to purge his youthful
tigious Palm d’Or.
memories of a homosexual and homicidal
Turkey. 2014. 196 min. Color. Turkish w/English subtitles.
episode by joining the Fascists in a desperate attempt to fit in. Bertolucci’s masterBlu-ray $34.95 Sale $19.99 DVD $29.95 Sale $17.97
piece, adapted from the Alberto Moravia
Alecander Sokurov
novel, boasts an authentic Art Deco look
with breathtaking color cinematography
An hallucinatory period piece set in the early
by Vittorio Storaro.
19th century and inspired by Goethe’s famous
Italy/France/West Germany.
play. Comic, cosmic, painterly and stunningly
1970. 111 mins. Color.
Italian, French, Latin w/ English subtitles.
beautiful scenes unfold as the Devil takes Faust
on a strange, unforgettable journey.
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Russia. 2011. 134 min. Color.
German w/ English Subtitles.
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Mira Nair
Winner of the Camera d’Or at the 1988
Cannes Film Festival and nominated for Best
Foreign Film Oscar® in 1989. After destroying
his brother’s motorbike, 11-year-old Krishna is
sent to a traveling circus to earn money to pay
for repairs. He but soon winds up in the streets
of Bombay’s poorest slums where he befriends
a drug dealer and a beautiful young prostitute
while trying to repay his debt.
India. 1988. 113 min. Hindi & English with English subtitles.
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Andres Wood
Acclaimed director Andres Wood paints a poignant portrait of iconic Chilean singer and folklorist Violeta Parra, tracing her evolution from
impoverished child to international sensation
and Chile’s national hero, while capturing the
swirling intensity of her inner contradictions,
fallibilities, and passions.
Argentina, Brazil, Chile. 2011. 110 min.
Color. Spanish and French w/English subtitles.
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Lech Majewski
Inspired by Pieter Bruegel’s “Way to Calvary,” visionary director Lech Majewski
creates a brilliantly complex and fascinating multi-layered dreamscape that melds
art, history, and religion with the quotidian joys and struggles of ordinary people.
All-star cast includes Charlotte Rampling, Michael York, and Rutger Hauer as
Pieter Bruegel.
Poland/Sweden. 2011. 95 min.
Color. English.
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Massimo Dallamano
Beautiful, wealthy Dorian Gray (Helmut
Berger) savors his youth and beauty in London
during the swinging sixties, while morally
crumbling within. Director Dallamano reinvigorates Oscar Wilde’s novel with a sexual
decadence and splashy visual style that encapsulate the vibe of the Euro art scene.
Great Britain, Italy, Germany. 1970. 93 min.
Color. Italian and English w/English subtitles.
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