10 movies

The Old Dark House

October 20, 1932

Seeking shelter from a relentless rainstorm and landslides in a remote region of Wales, five travelers are admitted to a large foreboding old house that belongs to the extremely strange Femm family. Sepulchral Horace Femm and his obsessive, inhospitable sister Rebecca are the group's peculiar hosts. The house also holds surprises - and a brutish mute manservant named Morgan.

Resen

May 24, 2012

Cracks are starting to burst in Marina's frozen life, leading towards finding refuge in dangerous places.

Haus

May 30, 2019

A displaced black queer boy finds refuge in his city's underground Kiki Ballroom scene.

Hurrah! For Freedom

October 20, 1946

Hurrah! For Freedom (aka Viva Freedom) is a 1946 Korean film directed by Choi In-kyu. It was the first film made in the country after achieving independence from Japan. During the country's occupation Choi was only allowed to make Japan-friendly films, but the plot of Hurrah! For Freedom is distinctly different, telling the story of a Korean resistance fighter in 1945.

The Claustrum

June 9, 2014

Three women are in enclosed psychological zones that function as both refuge and jail.

Mr. Gay Syria

October 19, 2017

In focusing his attention on the competitors of Mr Gay Syria, director Ayse Toprak shatters the one-dimensional meaning of “refugee”. Using the pageant as a means of escape from political persecution, the organiser Mahmoud — already given asylum in Berlin — hopes to offer the winner a chance to travel as well as bring international attention to the life-threatening situations faced by LGBT Syrians.

The Agreement

August 17, 2016

First Serbian film shot in Kosovo after its separation.

Refuge

January 1, 2017

Refugees are captured by border patrol officers as one woman escapes to find herself surviving on her own in a foreign land.

Life Track

October 1, 2007

A story about the relationships between the disabled man Xiangshu and a deaf-mute girl on the run from the police who takes refuge on his land.

Empty Cans

September 20, 2014

Alfonso is a man in search of missing gold left buried all over Paraguay during the years of the country's war against Argentina, Brazil and Uruguay in the 19th Century. He actually finds treasure, but with it comes misfortune, and soon he finds himself pennyless and working as a trash recycler, living in poverty but peace. Then the gold comes within his reach again, and tragedy comes back to haunt him.

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