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COMPLETE FILMOGRAPHY WITH SYNOPSIS

Production Companies (feature film)

1.
After Life (1998)
A new intake of clients arrives at a grey transit station in an uncertain location. This is the gateway to the afterlife and all of the new arrivals are recently deceased. They are interviewed individually, and must select one memory to take with them into eternity; all the others will be erased. Va
2.
Polish Bride, The (1998)
Anna, a battered former prostitute and refugee, collapses at the feet of a stoic farmer, Henk, in northern Holland after escaping from her rough life in Poland. An odd bond develops between them as she takes up domestic tasks and establishes new house rules that Henk is forced to obey.
3.
Temps de Chien (1997)
Told in flashback, an eventful year in the life of Agate, an employee at a French multinational insurance company with a sinister glass tower as its headquarters.
4.
Temps de Chien (1997)
Told in flashback, an eventful year in the life of Agate, an employee at a French multinational insurance company with a sinister glass tower as its headquarters.
5.
Maborosi (1995)
A young widow struggles to conquer her preoccupation with death.
6.
Outpost, The (1995)
A critique on the injustices of the Stalinist years in Eastern Europe, as told through a Kafkaesque nightmare in which the victim, an attractive middle-aged woman, appears to be willing to participate in her own punishment.
7.
Anchoress (1994)
In a 14th century British village an illiterate young peasant girl becomes obsessed with Virgin Mary and, supported by the local priest, claims special powers to communicate with her. According to custom, and much to the dismay of her skeptical and often profane mother, she is enclosed in the wall o
8.
Katia et Volodia (1989) as Theatrical Distributor
9.
The Ladykillers (1955)
An eccentric bandit gang moves into a little old lady's boardinghouse to plot a major heist.
10.
The Seven Samurai (1954)
Japanese villagers hire a team of traveling samurai to defend them against a bandit attack.
11.
Ikiru (1952)
A dying man devotes his last months to building a children's playground.
12.
Stray Dog (1949) as Foreign Theatrical Distributor (Re-Release/France)
When a detective''s gun is stolen, he tears apart the underworld to get it back.
13.
Black Narcissus (1947)
Nuns founding a convent in the Himalayas are tormented by the area's exotic beauty.
14.
Blithe Spirit (1945)
A man and his second wife are haunted by the ghost of his first wife.
15.
M (1930)
The mob sets out to catch a child killer whose crimes are attracting too much police attention.

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