ALLELUIA
2014, Music Box Films, 95 min, Belgium, Dir: Fabrice Du Welz

Martha Beck and Raymond Fernandez, the notorious “lonely hearts killers” of the late 1940s, inspired this torrid thriller. A single mother (Lola Dueñas) connects with a petty crook (Laurent Lucas) on a dating site, and their growing passion eventually spirals into bloodshed. “Two rock-solid performances, gritty cinematography and an impressive mise-en-scene make for a great movie.” - Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter. In French with English subtitles.


MOBILE HOME
2012, Urban Distribution, 95 min, Belgium, Dir: Francois Pirot

In director Francois Pirot’s funny and insightful feature debut, thirtysomething Simon (Arthur Dupont) leaves his job and girlfriend in the city to return to his rural village, where he runs into childhood friend Julien (Guillaume Gouix). The two had once dreamed of exploring the world together and, since they’re both out of work, they decide there’s no better time to make that dream a reality. They buy a huge RV, but when their road trip is delayed, they decide to start their adventure where they are - and in that not-so-mobile home wind up exploring what they really want from life. In French with English subtitles.


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