The Spy Who Came in from the ColdDecember 16, 1965
British agent Alec Leamas refuses to come in from the cold war during the 1960s, choosing to face another mission, which may prove to be his final one.
Monsieur IbrahimDecember 3, 2003
Monsieur Ibrahim is a story about a young Jewish boy in Paris who meets an old Muslim Turkish grocery store owner. The film touches the themes of friendship and love as the old man is a father figure to the boy as he teaches him of the Koran. The film is based on a book of the popular book by the French author Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt.
UranyaDecember 7, 2006
Summer 1969. Dictatorship. In a small country town, young Achileas breaks his leg by falling off the yard wall of the local cinema. He wanted to see Brigit Bardot naked... However, during his visit to the city to treat his broken leg, for the first time in his life he sees a television! The program informs about the launching of Apollo to the moon. The idea of the launching becomes Achileas' obsession and along with his friends they collect money, in order to purchase a TV set. However, soon, the dilemma becomes imperative. Will they buy a television or "visit" all together Uranya in order to be taught the secrets of love?
Little Lord FauntleroyMarch 6, 1936
An American boy turns out to be the heir of a wealthy British earl. He is sent to live with the irritable and unsentimental aristocrat, his grandfather.
The Grocer's SonJune 15, 2007
Antoine Sforza, a thirty-year-old young man, left his village ten years before in order to start a new life in the big city, but now that his father, a traveling grocer, is in hospital after a stroke, he more or less reluctantly accepts to come back to replace him in his daily rounds.
Sorority HouseMay 5, 1939
A young girl begins to wonder if she really fits into the upper-class sorority she's trying to join.
Ξύπνα Κορόιδο...January 1, 1969
The Tasia chasing the impostor Lepoura Vangelis arrives with hitchhiking in Athens. Gaining confidence wholesaler Kyriacou Bolore and taken to his house as a maid. The daughter of Kiriakos, Lia, presents the writer Phaedon Tramountana and asks him to finance the scenario. His son Lakis, wants to succeed in the profession of wholesaler and prefers to deal with the rock band. His sister Ismene has in mind only the deck.
My Prostitute LoveFebruary 10, 1968
My Prostitute Love is a ‘realist melodrama’ that represents the sentiment of 60s’ Istanbul in an authentic way. Poetically written and carefully crafted in cinematography, it juxtaposes the realist imagery of the 60s’ diverse interiors and landscape with the mystical moments of love between a greengrocer and an escort, Halil and Sabiha, that come to life with the impressive performances of Türkan Şoray and İzzet Günay. Still remembered with its memorable dialogues and an insightful use of music, My Prostitute Love presents an oscillation between desire and withdrawal, and a long lasting doubt that pervades the story throughout; yet, it eventually succeeds in creating a rupture in the traditional moralist approach.
A Bird in the Hand Is Worth Two in the BushJanuary 1, 1965
The daughters of a miser grocer react to the effort of their father to marry with their grooms that he approves and eventually impose their own desire with the help of the sulfur that comes suddenly from America.
The Black MarketJanuary 2, 1945
A corrupt grocer in a traditional Cairene neighborhood enters into an alliance with comprador merchants. Their goal is to hoard scarce commodities during the World WAR II, and then to sell them at vastly inflated prices. Eventually the grocer's neighbors rebel at his tactics. They call in the national athorities and the black marketeers are brought to justice.