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Philippe Bober

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    A PIGEON SAT ON A BRANCH REFLECTING ON EXISTENCE

    Roy Andersson Sweden, 2014

    Roy Andersson, one of today’s most unique auteurs, reached new heights of absurdity with this deadpan, dark tragicomedy, a Golden Lion winner at the Venice Film Festival! Told in moving tableaux, Andersson’s hilariously existential scenes throb with a strange—and strangely satisfying—desperation.

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    LIVING STILL LIFE

    Bertrand Mandico France, 2012

    Another of Mandico’s chimerical cinematic offerings, Living Still Life echoes the strange rhythms and internal logic of dreams. Stop-motion animation and up-close, visceral shots of animals bring to life a world in decay, as we chase down the rabbit hole a woman driven by strange pursuits.

    THE UNHEAVENLY HOST

    Lars von Trier Denmark, 1994

    Strange things are happening in the underbelly of a Danish hospital in Lars von Trier’s long unavailable cult TV phenomenon. Stunningly restored in never-before-seen versions, The Kingdom I is a wickedly funny supernatural mystery. Let the battle between good and evil commence!

    THE LIVING DEAD

    Lars von Trier Denmark, 1994

    The Kingdom is driving Dr. Helmer mad. He comes up with a plan to put a stop to Krogshøj’s blackmail. Dr. Moesgaard’s catastrophic tour of the hospital with the director and Minister of Health culminates in sex, an amateur séance, a liver transplant, and an abortion in the neurosurgical unit.

    THY KINGDOM COME

    Lars von Trier Denmark, 1994

    Amidst concerns over his methods, Helmer continues to be haunted by claims of medical malpractice. As Mrs. Drusse draws closer to the weeping spirit-child, things become increasingly mysterious when she discovers an old photograph of a little girl with a strange-looking man.

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