Georges and Anne, an octogenarian couple, are cultivated, retired music teachers. Their daughter, also a musician, lives in Britain. When Anne has a stroke, the couple's bond of love is severely tested.
Cheng, a young Chinese man sworn to an oath of non-violence, is sent to live in Thailand with his uncle and cousins. His promise to his mother not to fight is repeatedly tested when he goes to work in the local icehouse for an abusive overseer. When some of his cousins are killed, after discovering the icehouse is actually a front for a heroin-smuggling operation, Cheng sets out to exact revenge.
The life of swimming instructor Simon is turned upside down when he helps Bilal, a young Iraqi refugee stranded in Calais. Non-swimmer Bilal is determined to reunite with his fiancee in England by swimming across the English Channel. Winner of 10 international film awards, including the 2010 Lumiere Award for Best Film. Directed by Philippe Lioret and stars Vincent Lindon, Firat Ayverdi and Audrey Dana.
This is a thoughtful and sensitive portrayal of the world of blind professional runners. Yannick, a young French runner who lost his sight six months prior in a car accident, has to learn to run again with the aid of running guide Leila, a recently released ex-con. When Yannick begins to fall for Leila, his all-powerful mother steps in to keep the would-be lovers apart. Directed by Regis Wargnier and Stars Rachida Brakni, Cyril Descours and Clementine Celarie.
Romain is a "moon child", afflicted since birth with a rare genetic disease that means any exposure to sunlight will result in cancers. Abandoned by his father at a young age, he grew up under the care of his dermatologist David, with whom he has an extremely close relationship. While Romain spends his time exploring the French countryside, David spends his time obsessing over the disease that will eventually take his patient's life. They both face a dilemma when David receives news that he is being transferred to Brussels.