Another Great Foreign Film Festival

Wednesdays, 8/7; 9/4; 10/2 and 11/6 10:00 a.m.

Intouchables: This award-winning film is about a rich, white Parisian quadriplegic who hires a black ex-con as his live-in assistant. Loosely based on a true story, the story follows how a paralyzed aristocrat gives a down-and-out petty criminal a chance to be his health aide. At first, the aide is skeptical and disgusted by some of his responsibilities, but soon enough the two men come to understand, respect and help each other. Comedy-drama; Rated R; Running time 112 minutes; Released in 2011; French with English subtitles

Terraferma: This film is set on a small and humble fishing island. A generation gap exists because the elders tend to live in the past, and the younger people must examine their own priorities. The growth of a small Sicilian island will depend on the bridging of their gaps. This film leads the refugees on a path that requires perseverance. Drama; Rated R; Running time 88 minutes; Released in 2011; Italian with English subtitles

Nosostros Los Nobles: Construction mogul Herman Noble stumbles upon his children’s credit card statements. One son neglects the family business in exchange for his own ridiculous business ideas. A daughter gets engaged to a 40-year-old gigolo to spite her father. The youngest son was expelled from college after having sex with the teacher. Herman decides to teach his children a lesson. Comedy; Rated PG-13; Running Time 108 minutes; Released in 2013; Spanish with English Subtitles
Road to Your Heart: Basson has five days to make it to his father’s funeral in Cape Town, but needs to complete certain tasks on this trip before he can call the family company his own. On the road he meets a free-spirited bohemian girl, Amory, with whom he experiences highs and lows until their journey meets a surprising end. Romance/Adventure; Not Rated; Running Time 112 minutes; Released in 2014; Afrikaans with English Subtitles

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