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Gagarine is the name of a rundown residential area on the outskirts of Paris which, once upon a time, was visited by the Russian cosmonaut of the same name. This is where Yuri lives; a teenager who dreams of space. When the authorities plan to tear down the highrises, Yuri does everything he can to save his home. Not even […]
Sixteen year-old Alex capsizes his boat and is rescued by David who is several years’ older than him. It is the start of a friendship that quickly develops into something more. David is everything Alex dreams about but a British au-pair turns awe and lust into suspicion and jealousy. A film which is sad, wonderful and puzzling in equal parts […]
Oskar is travelling alone on the northbound night train. Ahmad is on the same train. Their eyes meet. A smile. When Oskar gets off the train in Älvsbyn, he has experienced something he hadn’t expected.
Yacine and his friends come up with a plan so they can watch Fast & Furious 8 at the cinema. When the strategy goes wrong, Yacine gets to watch something completely different to speeding car chases and action.
Cesare, a tourist newly arrived in the village, meets Leonardo who helps his family look after the holiday home and to herd sheep. Cesare takes Leonardo under his wing and teaches him the strange art of seducing girls.
Emil wants to take Johanna out on a date. He writes notes, practices and looks for support from his friend. He’s finally summoned enough courage to call Johanna. The film won the BUFF prize at the November Festival 2020.
When the simplest and most obvious thing is difficult; when “I like you” isn’t enough – and does one have to say something back? A young couple tries to put words on their feelings in a beautiful, honest and up-close film.
En kärlekshistoria, which celebrated its 50-year jubilee recently, is one of Swedish film’s absolute classics. The main narrative follows the young couple in love, Annika and Per, but the director, Roy Andersson, also depicts the characters that surround them with sharpness, humour and warmth. In short, evocative sequences, their hopefulness is set against the boredom of middle age.
Come with us to the beach at Casablanca. A group of guys bathe and build sandcastles. A lifeguard ends up in an argument with a beach vendor. The police think that a young couple is getting a little too romantic.