FARAWAY SO CLOSE!
1993, Sony Pictures Classics, 140 min, Germany, Dir: Wim Wenders

In this sequel to WINGS OF DESIRE, Wenders' angels face post-Cold War Berlin - a world one angel, Cassiel (Otto Sandler), desperately wants to enter as a human. He does so, but his innocence and faith lead him into some difficult situations when his idealism clashes with the realities of the physical world. Bruno Ganz, Peter Falk, and Willem Dafoe costar. In German with English subtitles.


MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS
1974, Paramount, 128 min, USA, Dir: Sidney Lumet

This delightful Agatha Christie adaptation features one of the most astonishing casts in film history - including Lauren Bacall, Ingrid Bergman, Albert Finney, Sean Connery and Richard Widmark, among many others. The meticulous and intricate story, which follows Hercule Poirot’s (Finney) investigation of the title crime aboard a luxury train, is a pretext for director Lumet to offer up a glorious tribute to old-fashioned Hollywood glamour.


IN THE MOUTH OF MADNESS
1995, New Line Cinema, 95 min, USA, Dir: John Carpenter

Hired investigator Sam Neill discovers reclusive horror writer Jurgen Prochnow (DAS BOOT) in a tiny New England town, but isn’t prepared for the terrifying reality warp that follows, in this wild, H.P. Lovecraft-inspired romp through the demonic looking glass. With a terrific supporting cast that includes David Warner and Charlton Heston.


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