The Course of True Love

The Course of True Love

The bard said that “the course of true love never did run smooth”, but we bet Bill Shakespeare could never have imagined in his wildest midsummer night's dream what that would mean here on ARROW.

We can be soppy romantics at this time of year too, and there are some genuinely stirring, sweet and tender love stories in this selection, but our lovey-dovey offerings may also have the odd monster, murder, zombie or ghost too.

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The Course of True Love
  • Jumbo

    2020 • Belgium • Directed by Zoé Wittock

    In her feature debut, JUMBO, writer/director Zoé Wittock brings gleeful energy, buoyant humor, and surrealistic style to an unusual type of love story—one between woman and machine.

    A shy young woman, Jeanne, who is played with focus and emotion by Noém...

  • A Ghost Waits

    2020 · United States · Directed by Adam Stovall

    An ingeniously unique and unpredictable combo of horror, humor and heart, A Ghost Waits is a DIY labor of love years in the making from first-time writer/director Adam Stovall and producer/star MacLeod Andrews.

    Tasked with renovating a neglected ...

  • Sex and Lucia

    2002 • Spain • Directed by Julio Medem

    Lucía is a young waitress in Madrid, who seeks refuge on a quiet, secluded Mediterranean island after the loss of her longtime boyfriend. Amidst the fresh air, dazzling sun, and glistening deep blue water, Lucía begins to piece together the dark corners o...

  • Zombie for Sale

    2019 · South Korea · Directed by Lee Min-jae

    An infectiously funny slice of modern Korean cinema where Train to Busan, The Quiet Family and Warm Bodies collide to create a memorable rom-zom-com from first time director Lee Min-jae.

    When the illegal human experiments of Korea's biggest Pharmace...

  • Marty Loves Katie

    "Man's life is cheap as beast's." As the manager of a restaurant, Marty has to spin many plates, but he drops all of them when his ex-girlfriend comes in for a date

  • The Love of a Woman

    The Love of a Woman (L'amour d'une femme) was the final feature of the great French filmmaker Jean Grémillon, concluding a string of classics that included such greats as Remorques, Lumière d'été and Pattes blanches.

    Marie, a young doctor, arrives on the island of Ushant to replace its retiring...

  • Manon

    This masterful adaptation of Prévost's 1731 novel 'Manon Lescaut' marks quite a departure for Henri-Georges Clouzot, the French director lauded for his acclaimed thrillers 'The Wages of Fear' and 'Les Diaboliques'. A classical tragic romance transposed to a World War II setting, Clouzot's film fo...