DE SUPERJHEMP RETÖRNS
2018, 110 min, Luxembourg, Dir: Félix Koch

Luxembourgish comic-book superhero "De Superjhemp" is brought to life in this hilarious box office hit. With the country in mortal danger, the retired superhero (André Jung) has little time to rediscover his powers, don his old cape and save the day. But fitting into his old tights is only half the problem, as he finds that family matters can be just as difficult. With its impressive special effects and signature Luxembourgish humor, DE SUPERJHEMP RETÖRNS is the biggest hit of all time in its native country.


TOMORROW AFTER THE WAR
ENG NEI ZÄIT
2015, 107 min, Luxembourg, Dir: Christophe Wagner

Jules returns to his hometown in Luxembourg after World War II to find a country deeply divided from four years of occupation. The young man finds work as an auxiliary policeman - a job that becomes extraordinarily challenging when he must investigate the murder of his girlfriend and her employer’s German family. Best Director winner at the 2016 Trophées Francophones du Cinéma.


DREAMLAND
TRAUMLAND
2013, 99 min, Switzerland, Germany, Belgium, Dir: Petra Volpe

On Christmas Eve in Zürich, four stories of duplicity and alienation unfold. Pregnant Lena (Ursina Lardi) learns of her husband Martin’s (Devid Striesow) ongoing infidelities as she prepares the family’s Christmas celebration. Social worker Judith (Bettina Stucky) meets a police officer in a hotel room to act out fantasies she’d never propose to her boyfriend, Jonas (Stefan Kurt). Recently divorced Rolf (André Jung) yearns to reconnect with his teenage daughter. Widow Maria (Marisa Peredes) believes the answer to her loneliness is a relationship with a widower who still longs for his deceased wife. Connecting all four narratives is Mia (Luna Mijovic), a desperate teenage prostitute with a young son in Bulgaria. In German with English subtitles.


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