During a solo concert, renowned violinist Stephanie Anderson (Julie Andrews) feels the first symptoms of multiple sclerosis, a disease which can lead to progressive paralysis.
Berlin's plushest, most expensive hotel is the setting where in the words of Dr. Otternschlag "People come, people go. Nothing ever happens."
Confessions of girls provoke a sensual renaissance in Anne and make her reconsider her perceptions on money, family and…sex. Can she resist her fears and sexual desires?
"A royal affair" is the true story of an ordinary man who wins the queen's heart and starts a revolution.
Robbie (Paul Brannigan) is an untoward young man who, by the skin of his teeth, escapes a prison sentence in favour of a community service.
American expatriate John Robie living in high style on the Riviera is a retired cat burglar. He must find out who a copy cat is to keep a new wave of jewel thefts from being pinned on him.
Two couples find their attitudes about themselves and one another are challenged in this drama from veteran French auteur Philippe Garrel.
The Door is a quietly restrained film that nevertheless amply demonstrates the mastery of the now 75 year old Szabó over his craft.
Michael O'Hara, against his better judgement, hires on as a crew member of Arthur Bannister's yacht, sailing to San Francisco.
Filmgoers who seek for new impressions can expect a real feast – three movie sensations of sensual theme.
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