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A film by Robin Campillo

128 minutes, fiction, color, 2013
In English, French, Russian & Ukrainian w/ English subtitles

Arriving from all over Eastern Europe, the men who loiter around the Gare du Nord train station in Paris are scraping by however they can, forming gangs for support and protection, ever fearful of being caught by the police and deported.

When the middle-aged, bourgeois Daniel approaches a boyishly handsome Ukrainian who calls himself Marek for a date, he learns the young man is willing to do anything for some cash. What Daniel intends only as sex-for-hire leads to a home invasion - and then an unexpectedly profound relationship. The drastically different circumstances of the two men's lives reveal hidden facets of the city they share.

2015 Theatrical Release

Brilliant! As ambitious as it is gripping.” - The Guardian (UK)

“Entirely naturalistic performaces. Beautifully tuned into each other.” - The Hollywood Reporter

“A shape-shifting thriller that succeeds as a harrowing nail-biter and a tender love story.”
- Indiewire

“Hypnotic. An intense and absorbing drama.” - Gay City News

“Both surprisingly resonant and something of a thrill-ride.” - NPR

“A highpoint of 2015 for any lover of challenging, yet immensely entertaining films.”
- Huffington Post

UPC: 720229916547 | Street: June 2 | $27.95
A film by Sheila McLaughlin

94 minutes, fiction, color, 1987

DVD Extras: Inside Out (25', 1977 Silent Film by Sheila McLaughlin), 60' Q+A with the Director.

Agatha is an international lawyer, Jo a filmmaker. The two women are lovers. While Jo is on the road showing her films, Agatha discovers and reads her diaries. Problems ensue as Agatha's transgression leads to jealousy and a spiraling cycle of sexual obsession.

Sheila Dabney and Lois Weaver star in this landmark lesbian classic, now digitally restored. Revelatory for its representation of a new lesbian desire, She Must Be Seeing Things put forth a politicized eroticism that mirrored the burgeoning butch/femme scene at the time.

“Eroticism, voyeurism, and female desire. A thought-provoking film.” - Sight & Sound

“A wryly sophisticated a lesbian homage to Unfaithfully Yours.” - Boston Globe

“The sex scenes are refreshingly frank.” - Time Out London

“Sheila McLaughlin shows that a love story can transcend sexual preference.”
- La Republica (Italy)

UPC: 720229916523 | Street: June 2 | $24.95
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