"What do you want to do?" "To build a house" "What don't you want?" "To stop building it"
“If you go to prison, can I have your room?”
“This is going too far, isn’t it?”
"This is me. This is how I win"
"Never put a fish in the car"
"My only agenda is the truth"
"We have all taken psychotropic drugs. And now you're going to die."
"Am I indecent?" "No, you're lost"
The Last Black Man In San Francisco generates a buzz at Sundance earlier this year. It’s a quirky, enjoyable love letter to a city that’s rapidly losing its character.
Beanpole is a remarkable film depicting two young women in Leningrad in 1945, the aftermath of the war. It won Un Certain Regard best film and director at Cannes.