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A Jewish boy separated from his family in the early days of WWII poses as a German orphan and is taken into the heart of the Nazi world as a ‘war hero’ and eventually becomes a Hitler Youth.

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Diagnosed as an autistic child, Grzegorz lives in his own, hermetic world not being able to connect with others. When he is a teenager, it turns out that the cause of Grzegorz’s isolation is not autism but a deep hearing impairment, underneath which a great musical talent has been hidden for years.

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This high intensity semi biographical film tells the story of the great kung fu master Ip Man — master to Bruce Lee and other martial arts legends. Set in the 1930s and 1940s, it’s an action-centric kung fu epic starring Donnie Yen with impeccable fight choreography by the infamous Sammo Hung. 

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Akira Kurosawa retells Macbeth by replacing lords and kings with samurai and emperors in this rendition set in medieval Japan. Brutal, suspenseful, and visually stunning — this is by far one of the best Shakespeare adaptations ever made for the screen.

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Sofia Coppola’s vibrant film stars Kirsten Dunst as the doomed duchess Marie Antoinette and captures her 18th century life of lavish luxury as it teeters on the brink of destruction using breathtaking cinematography and a killer soundtrack.

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They trained him to kill for their pleasure … but they trained him a little too well

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