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“Three young people each experience the war from a different perspective, making it obvious that the boundary between right and wrong is by no means always clear, but that you cannot escape in having to make choices.”
A handsome but not so talented womanizing sculptor, an openly gay artist, a boyish lesbian cellist and an eccentric museum curator form an unlikely alliance and commit one of the most infamous attacks in the Second World War; an assault on the civil registry of Amsterdam.
A not too ordinary love story in times of Covid.
Recently divorced Sara is alone on a holiday for the first time in her life. After Karel, her ex-husband, took her kids to France, Sara decided to register for a ‘From Fear to Love’ retreat on the Italian volcanic island of Stromboli. Surrounded by shiny, rich, and self-deluding participants, Sara is finally confronted with the dark and painful past she has long been trying to hide.
Heavyweight Kagan leaves kickboxing gala as a winner. He struggles with polarization within and outside the ring. And he's fed up. Tired, he walks into a bar. Will this evening help him forget his worries about xenophobia in his career and his everyday life?
Mata Hari was a modern woman in an ancient world. Free-spirited. Ahead of her time. This feature film tells her story in four chapters, each of them representing a part of her life. It’s told in a fresh and contemporary way and most importantly: not from a male point of view, but through her eyes.
Newlyweds Will (Claes Bang) and Rosalind (Olga Kurylenko) live happily together with her twin daughters from a previous marriage. An accident during her pregnancy – which leaves mother and baby bruised but alive – changes everything. As Rosalind’s mental health begins to unravel, Will discovers horrifying secrets from her life before she met him; secrets that threaten the lives of both them and their children.