foreign films

Tindra Källström in One More Time

One More Time, stuck in a time loop

One More Time is a delightful Swedish film about a woman on her 40th birthday who finds herself reliving her 18th birthday again and again.

Adriana Barraza and Kaarlo Isaac in Where the Tracks End

Where the Tracks End (El Último Vagón), get schooled in Mexico

Where the Tracks End (El Último Vagón) tells a heartwarming story from Mexico about education, family, and the value of a good book. It stars Adriana Barraza as a teacher in an impoverished Mexican village near a railroad line being built.

Marie Richardson in Food and Romance

Food and Romance (Tisdagsklubben), love in Sweden

Food and Romance (Tisdagsklubben), from Sweden, provides a charming #EldersRock story about love, marriage, children, and food. The Swedish title translates to The Tuesday Club, and in some locales the film uses that title.

Bracha van Doesburgh and Elise Schaap in Faithfully Yours

Faithfully Yours, a twisty mystery from the Netherlands

Faithfully Yours is an engaging mystery. This Dutch language film uses plot twists and surprises to keep you interested as the story unrolls. There are some very good liars in the film among a group of untrustworthy characters. Thematically, the film is saying that a liar never can believe anything anyone else says.

Penélope Cruz in On the Fringe

On the Fringe, evictions and losses galore

On the Fringe (En los márgenes) takes place on a single day in Madrid, Spain. Interconnected stories about people facing eviction or losing their children all come to a head on this day. Evictions are common in modern day Spain, carried out by police in riot gear. People on the margins, especially immigrants, can have their children taken away by …

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