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So Long My Son

So Long My Son

by Wang Xiaoshuai

The lives of two families are traced over three decades of social, political and human upheaval in China. Following the loss of a child in a tragic accident, their paths separate. Destinies ebb and flow, and fortunes are transformed under the impact of a country’s changing face. Yet even as their lives diverge, a common search for truth and reconciliation around the tragedy remains. But sometimes it can take a lifetime to say farewell.

Solitary Fragments

Solitary Fragments

by Jaime Rosales

Thirty-five-year-old single mother Adela leaves behind her pastoral Basque setting and moves to Madrid. She takes an unfulfilling but adequate job to support her new life, in which everything is centered around her infant son. A terrorist attack on a bus will shatter her life and she will have to eventually accept returning to a new daily routine ...

Sooner or later

Sooner or later

by Ulrike von Ribbeck

Nora is fourteen and lives with her parents in a quiet Berlin suburb. She is a romantic introvert who spends her day retreated into her own enchanted dreamworld. Her parents, Anette and Uwe, are busy trying to handle reality ...

Soul Kitchen

Soul Kitchen

by Fatih Akin

Restaurant owner Zinos bends over backwards to make Soul Kitchen a success, while trying to cope with his failing love life and his rocky relationship with his irresponsible ex-con brother. Family and friends, love, trust and loyalty and the struggle to protect a place called home.

Sources Of Life

Sources Of Life

by Oskar Roehler

Through the eyes of Erich, his children and grandchildren we experience the milestones in the history of post-war Federal Republic Germany. When Erich returns from the battlefield he finds out his wife has taken a lover. He contributes to the "economic miracle" by building a garden gnome factory.
Meanwhile his son Klaus decides to become a poet, yet his wife turns out to be the far more talented writer. Under the influence of the famous Group 47 and concepts of free love, grandson Robert will eventually break free and find true love in the midst of narcissism, petty bourgeoisie and former Nazis. And despite his frustrations even Erich will be moved to acts of kindness.

Soy Nero

Soy Nero

by Rafi Pitts

Nero, a 19-year-old Mexican, dreams of immigrating to the US. He joins the US Army as a Green-Card soldier and is shipped out to fight in the Middle East. Fighting for nationality, he gets lost in a violent maze.

Spira Mirabilis

Spira Mirabilis

by Massimo D'Anolfi & Martina Parenti

Award-winning documentary filmmakers Massimo D'Anolfi and Martina Parenti pay tribute to humankind's aspirations for immortality by showing us a portrait of our efforts to overcome our own limits. They share their discoveries in a visual symphony to the power and harmony of nature's elements: water, earth, air and fire. From Milan to Wounded Knee, USA, from Bern to Shirahama, Japan, the traces of the filmmakers' travels spiral into a symbol of perfection and infinity: Spira Mirabilis.

Stieg Larsson - The Man Who Played With Fire

Stieg Larsson - The Man Who Played With Fire

by Henrik Georgsson

A documentary about the “The Girl Who Played With Fire” trilogy author Stieg Larsson, and his pioneering work in fighting right wing extremists and neo-Nazis - an obsession that ultimately had fatal consequences.