Adapted from the second book in late novelist Stieg Larsson's hugely popular "Millennium" trilogy.
Boyd van Hoeij
Extramarital workouts are the only thing keeping the hubby of a cancer-stricken Dutchwoman sane.
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A harrowing true story brought to the screen by vet Chilean director Miguel Littin.
Sophomore effort by Italo helmer Alessandro Angelini confirms his rep as a talented actors' director.
Pint-sized pugilists dream of a triumphant future for themselves and their fatherland.
The Madonna-whore complex of an entire Spanish village is explored, "Rashomon"-style, in Dutch documaker Ramon Gieling's fascinating but uneven fiction feature.
A surprisingly lackadaisical and narrowly focused historical drama from Dutch helmer Ben Sombogaart.
A natty-looking but predictable love story that's not only in widescreen but also, for a large part, in split-screen.
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