Ivan Passer’s '80s neo-noir is one part detection and nine parts defiance.
By Emma Simmonds
Polish director Wojciech Has’ finest hour is a singular screen dream.
Peter Weir’s 1975 mystery delivers beauty and chills in equal measure.
Witchcraft and work rivalry form an unlikely union in this low-budget British horror from Sidney Hayers.
Emir Kusturica’s sixth feature takes us on a merry-go-round of madcap mirth.
WC Fields’ final starring vehicle is notably raucous and ramshackle.
With Aki Kaurismäki’s latest, Le Havre, in cinemas, we take a trip back to where its hero Marcel Marx’s story began.
Sex leads to death in Lucio Fulci’s psychedelic psycho thriller.
Vincente Minnelli’s dynamite melodrama sees an outbreak of curtain-fuelled lunacy in a high-end psychiatric clinic.