The Unbearable Lightness of Being 1988 (Philip Kaufman)
Adapted from Milan Kundera's book this movie is heavy in its reality. Daniel Day-Lewis stars as Tomas, Juliette Binoche plays Tereza his wife, and Lena Olin his mistress Sabina. In everything they do it seems like they feel life in its fullest, the way they love, make sex, dance..
A poor family in despair deceives a rich family and enters their lives until the return of the previous house maid..
Waiting for the woman she loves all his life, a womanizer poet (Javier Bardem) spends his life with others while waiting
Roma 2018 (Alfonso Cuaron)
The maid Cleo's finding a new self while going through personal hardships among the rich families own difficulties
The Book Thief 2013 (Brian Percival)
As amazing as the book it is based on this movie is about how an orphan living during the times of Second World War
Shine 1996 (Scott Hicks)
A mentally ill extremely talented piano player's life
The Wings of the Dove 1997 (Iain Softley)
the graceful dying of a woman and the intricate plans of another's failing attempts for love over the same man
The Piano 1993 (Jane Campion)
A mute pianist and her daughter are left on a beach with all their belongings including a piano.
The Curious Case of Benjamin Button 2008 (David Fincher)
Growing younger Benjamin Button has only a brief time with the woman she loves
The Pianist 2002 (Roman Polanski) After World War II a Jewish pianist hides among the ruins in Warsaw
The Windermere Children 2020 (Michael Samuels)
At the end of WWII, the Jewish children who are liberated form concentration camps are brought to England to stay in an estate before being placed to the care of foster families. The movie is based on a true story. With Thomas Kretschmann acts as the director of the program.
12th Man 2017 (Harald Zwart)
Lord of War 2005 (Andrew Nichol)
Rush 2013 (Ron Howard)