Classics

Classics

Arthouse, world cinema, classics - they can all be found here in this collection. We have bought together some of the best cinema classics from all over the world such as all-time greats to curated selections of auteur directors such as Jean-Luc Godard, Robert Altman, Walerian Borowczyk and Hirokazu Kore-eda.

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Classics
  • Zoology

    Writer-director Ivan I. Tverdovsky’s prize-winning sophomore feature (Special Prize of the Jury at Karlovy Vary Film Festival, Best Picture at Fantastic Fest) deftly mixes the deadpan humour of Aki Kaurismäki with a poignant examination of social issues including loneliness and aging.

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  • Black Test Car

    Japanese maverick director Yasuzo Masumura (Blind Beast) helms a bitingly satirical espionage thriller set in the heart of the Japanese auto industry in his 1962 landmark 'Black Test Car', which launched a series of similarly themed "Black" films. In a bitter, take-no-prisoners corporate war betw...

  • Eros + Massacre

    2015 • Japan • Directed by Kiju Yoshida

    Tells the parallel stories of early 20th-century anarchist (and free love advocate) Sakae Osugi and a pair of student activists. Their stories interact and intertwine, resulting in a complex, rewarding work that is arguably Yoshida's masterpiece.

  • Heroic Purgatory

    Heroic Purgatory pushes the dazzling cinematic language of Eros + Massacre even further, presenting a bleak but dreamlike investigation into the political discourses taking place in early seventies Japan.

  • Gabbeh

    1996 • Iran • Directed by Mohsen Makhmalbaf

    Gabbeh tells of an elderly couple who stop by a stream to wash a vividly woven traditional Persian rug ('Gabbeh'). A beautiful woman, depicted in the rug's elaborate design, suddenly appears and tells a heart-rending story of love and loss.