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This week first-time filmmaker Lukas Dhont explores a teen’s desperation to succeed as a ballet dancer while at the same time negotiating a gender transition in the beautifully shot and deeply sensitive ‘Girl’ - now in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema. This curated selection of films lays bare the exhaustive preparation that goes into making it as a ballet dancer, in 'First Position' following 6 aspiring young dancers and 'Bolshoi Babylon' a slickly produced documentary that gets behind the intrigue and controversy of Russia's national institution. Wim Winders offers up an immersive, Oscar-nominated tribute to modern dance in ‘Pina’, and Gaspar Noe directs surely the most exhilarating dance sequence on film in ‘Climax’. Meanwhile veteran actor Ralph Fiennes is behind the camera for the third time for ‘The White Crow’, the powerful new biopic about the greatest ballet dancer of the 20th century, Rudolph Nureyev, previewing now in our cinemas.
Drawing on a range of world cinema influences, from Hitchcock to Antonioni, whilst remaining true to the rich legacy of Iranian cinema, Asghar Farhadi comfortably occupies a place in the front rank of contemporary filmmakers. His nuanced portraits of family life, both in Tehran and internationally, have rightly earned him acclaim and he is the recipient of two Foreign Language Academy Awards, a Golden and Silver Bear from the Berlin Film Festival and two prizes from Cannes To celebrate the release of his first Spanish-language film 'Everybody Knows', Curzon Home Cinema is showing Farhadi's three celebrated previous features: the Oscar-winning Iranian dramas 'A Separation' and 'The Salesman', along with his French-set 'The Past'. Together, they offer a showcase for one of the most exciting filmmakers at work today.
Filmmaker Samuel Maoz ('Lebanon') conjures up an intelligent dark comedy in 'Foxtrot', a film which inspects the bitter absurdities of war and the impact it has on the people involved. To celebrate its exclusive release in cinemas and on Curzon Home Cinema, we've picked 7 of the best films foreign language films about war.
When it comes to sex, nothing is conventional... Let us take you on a journey to the more explicit side of intimacy. Sure, there's more than a little romance here, but in their portrayal of unbridled desire these films pull no punches. Danger lurks around the corner, but lust can be all consuming. Just be careful who you watch these with. Most importantly, turn down the lights, sit back and 'chill'.
To all new customers, welcome to Curzon Home Cinema! We're really pleased that you've taken the time to register, so we'd like to offer you your first film for free. Choose one of these films and then apply the voucher code linked to your welcome email to enjoy a film for free. For more info please visit: welcome.curzonhomecinema.com
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