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Dir: Amanda Kernell
Fourteen -year-old Elle Marja (talented newcomer Lene Cecilia Sparrok) is a reindeer-herding Sámi girl growing up in the 1930s. Exposed to the era’s racial biology examinations at her boarding school, she starts dreaming of another life - but to achieve it, she will have to break all ties with her family and culture. “A moving, classically rendered coming-of-age tale set against the scarring social prejudices of the 1930s, this handsome debut feature from Swedish- Sámi writer-director Amanda Kernell robustly blends adolescent fears that resonate across borders and generations with a fascinatingly specific, rarely depicted cultural context.” - Guy Lodge, Variety.
Dir: Clarence Brown
Factory worker Joan Crawford becomes the mistress of a high-powered attorney running for political office (Clark Gable) in this pre-Code classic of sex, Depression-era politics and star chemistry. Crawford's role set the tone for her many movies to come in which she would play working girls on the rise. In this, their third film together, Crawford and Gable clicked onscreen with audiences and each other, engaging in a passionate affair that was widely gossiped about on the MGM lot.
Welcome to BLOOD DRIVE, a new grindhouse-inspired series soaked in high-octane chaos and just barely approved for television. After Los Angeles’ last good cop is forced to join a twisted cross-country death race, his only hope of survival is a dangerous femme fatale. Oh, and forget gasoline … these cars run on human blood. Together the unlikely pair embark on this dangerous competition where either you’re first … or you’re fuel. The series, starring Christina Ochoa (“Animal Kingdom”) and Alan Ritchson (“Smallville”), is from Universal Cable Productions and executive producers John Hlavin (“Underworld: Awakening”) and David Straiton (“Bates Motel”). BLOOD DRIVE premieres on Syfy June 14 at 10/9c.