Few films deal honestly with a female's sexual point-of-view, and particularly with the way in which she develops her own fantasy world. Controversial and highly personal, VARIETY does just that.
The critically acclaimed debut feature from director Ming-liang Tsai takes place within the urban gloom of Taipei; where four youths face alienation, loneliness, and moments of existential crisis amidst a series of minor crimes.
Eagle Pennell's 1978 indie classic, about a get-rich-quick scheme gone awry, inspired Robert Redford to start the Sundance Institute and remains one of the most important films to come out of Texas.
An ordinary-looking guy proves to be an unusually successful womanizer, and his East Village apartment begins to assume aspects of Grand Central Station.
A group of likeable eccentrics whose sense of their own culture sparks them to try to buy up their houses from developers. Contradictions abound. Affectionate comic sense deftly captures the afterglow of a generation.
In this low-key thriller, a community of Oregon winegrowers in need of revenue grow marijuana in order to finance their vineyards.
Jean-Luc Godard's rumination on the need to create order and beauty in a world ruled by chaos is divided into four distinct but tangentially related stories.
Director Richard Elfman's 1980 cult favorite musical fantasy is frantic, funny, and an occasionally profane blend of Fleischer Brothers cartoons, German Expressionism, Depression-era musicals, and '60s underground movies.
The story of Oblio, a round-headed boy living in the land of 'Point,' where everything and everybody has one. Oblio, along with his trusty dog, Arrow, is banished to the Pointless Forest. The tale is narrated by Ringo Starr and includes songs written and sung by Grammy Award-winner Harry Nilsson.