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AMEN (2002)

Certification15 Our Rating

When newly-commissioned SS Lieutenant Kurt Gerstein (Ulrich Tukur) witnesses the chemical disinfectant he's helped perfect being used to systematically murder interred Jews, he has no choice but to act. The only sympathetic ear Gerstein is able to find is that of young Father Riccardo (Mathieu Kassovitz), a priest with deep ties to the Vatican. While Riccardo takes on the obstructive Vatican hierarchy, Gerstein must walk a tightrope between documenting and enabling the atrocities his fellow SS o find out more...

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Young Arn, the son of a Swedish nobleman, is exiled to the Holy Land for 20 years as punishment for falling in love with Cecilia, who in turn is banished to a convent. When Arn returns from the Crusades as a proven and chivalrous warrior he is determined to reunite with his love, but first he must fight for his people within the fractured tribal politics of Medieval Sweden.
'Knight Templar' is a well made, high budget, historical romance with a substantial amount of heroic hack and slash find out more...
ASOKA (2000)

Certification12 Our Rating

Emperor Asoka was ruler of Magadha in the 3rd century BC and after waging a savage war on the neighbouring kingdom of Kalinga he finally witnesses the consequences of his actions, a dreadful reality that causes him to renounce his war like ways and dedicate himself to spreading the teachings of Buddha. Asoka is by no means historically accurate but it is a lush and fascinating epic. find out more...

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Episode 1, He That Believeth in Me; during a battle, Kara appears in a pristine Viper claiming that she has been to Earth and can lead the Fleet there, but the terminal Roslin doesn't believe her. Meanwhile, four of the so-called Final Five are forced to tackle the repercussions of their newfound nature and Baltar discovers he has a commune of nubile female cultists who believe him to be an agent of the "one true God". find out more...

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Episode 11, Sometimes A Great Notion; find out more...

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Episode 15, No Exit; find out more...

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Episode 1, Daybreak Part 19; find out more...

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An Oscar nominee and Golden Lion winner, this three part film starts with a monk escorting an Albanian girl through a gorgeous Macedonian setting, then moves to London, where an exile lives, and finally returns to a divided Balkan village where gun touting Macedonian and Albanian ethnics fan their mutual hatred. The human tragedy of war contrasts with a stunning landscape. Beautiful, moving, superb. find out more...

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In a not far off dystopian future women have become infertile and governments have forgotten that Orwell's 1984' was supposed to be a searing indictment of what NOT to do. Into this less than hopeful world arrives a young woman who has achieved the miracle of pregnancy, everyone wants the child as a cynical totem for the people, and those planning rebellion are as ruthless as those in power. Finding a reluctant but increasingly determined guardian in the form of Theo, mother and child go in sea find out more...

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Set in the Palestinian occupied territories we follow our central character as he struggles to maintain a meaningful relationship with the woman he loves under the watchful glare of an Isreali checkpoint. "Divine Intervention" is a marvelously offbeat movie, part satire, part farce, frequently surreal, but through it all a perceptive and thoughtful observation of a conflict that as yet defies solution. find out more...