The Sleepwalkers

As a metaphor, sleepwalking — aka moving blindly into disaster — is pretty well-worn, but Paula Hernández ekes something new from it in her deliciously observed, tightly focused drama about a family falling apart over a New Year's vacation.

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The Pink Cloud

This Brazilian film written in 2017 follows how a poisonous pink cloud forces people to remain in total lockdown until further notice. A lighthearted one-night stand between two strangers turns into a log-term relationship. The Pink Cloud is the cathartic film experience we would have never guessed we would need.

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Song Without a Name

Peru in the 1980's. A woman is deprived of her newborn baby and a journalist battling with his identity takes on the case. Melinda León’s film tells a dreamlike story about otherness and poverty, which reminds of Alfonso Cuarón's Roma with its portrayal of quiet empathy.

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The French director's debut feature is a quietly chilling depiction of a teenager trying to advance in her skiing career – while getting tangled up in the web of her charismatic trainer.

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Josephine Decker’s Sundance winner takes you inside the enigmatic world of horror author Shirley Jackson (Elisabeth Moss, The Handmaid's Tale).

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