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L'AGE D'OR, the surrealist masterpiece of 20th century cinema is now available on DVD to challenge, arouse, unnerve, amuse, and galvanize the uninitiated for generations to come.
Release Year: 1930 Running Time: 63 mins Color: B&W
Pascale Ferran's intelligent, deeply moving, and exquisitely photographed Lady Chatterley brings D.H. Lawrence's most celebrated and notorious literary work to the screen.
Release Year: 2006 Running Time: 161 mins Color: Color
After being wrongfully convicted of kidnapping and murdering a young child, a beautiful young woman (Lee Young-ae) is imprisoned for 13 years and forced to give up her own daughter. While in prison she gains the respect and loyalty of her fellow cellmates, all the while plotting her vendetta on the man responsible (Choi Min-Sik). Upon her release she sets in motion an elaborate plan of retribution, but what she discovers is a truth so horrifying, even revenge seems punishment enough.
Release Year: 2005 Color: Color
Bursting with mordant wit and alive with urgent real-life dramatic energy, Rashid Masharawi's Laila's Birthday is a "fleet, dark urban comedy," (New York Times) that "moves at a brisk clip, ticking incidents like a meter on overtime" (Time Out New York).
Release Year: 2008 Running Time: 72 mins Color: Color
|Landscape Film: Roberto Burle Marx||
A journey through the art and life of the Brazilian landscape architect and painter best known for the iconic black-and-white mosaic promenades that line Rio de Janeiro’s Copacabana Beach.
Release Year: 2019 Running Time: 72 mins Color: Color
|The Last Resort||
The Last Resort resurrects Miami Beach of the 1970s, home to a vibrant population of Jewish retirees, through vivid photographs captured by a pair of young artists who dedicated themselves to documenting this unique and fleeting chapter in the city’s history.
Release Year: 2019 Running Time: 70 mins Color: Color
|Last Step Down||
The recent revival of interest in 1970s grindhouse cinema has unearthed some bizarre and seedy films, but none are as shamelessly exploitive as these two entries in the softcore horror genre. THE LAST STEP DOWN observes the initiation of several voluptuous young women into a satanic cult. With its zoned-out actors and lethargic plot, THE LAST STEP DOWN is a cynical reaction to the counter-cultural fascination with the occult in the early 70s, reducing the worship of the Prince of Darkness to a prolonged humping-and-groping session. Also included is Russell Gay s ultra-rare BLOOD LUST, an especially salacious (and unexpectedly stylized) adaptation of Le Fanu s Carmilla.
Release Year: 1970 Color: Color
|Last Train Home||
Release Year: 2009 Running Time: 87 mins Color: Color
|Le Gai Savoir||
While alone in an abandoned television studio, two militants, Emile Rousseau (Jean-Pierre Leaud) and Patricia Lumumba (Juliet Berto), have a discourse on language. Referring to spoken word as "the enemy"--the weapon used by the establishment to confuse liberation movements--the two deconstruct the meanings of sounds and images in an attempt to "return to zero" and truly experience the joy of learning.
Release Year: 1969 Running Time: 95 mins Color: Color
|The Legend Of Suram Fortress||
Paradjanov's first film after more than a decade of persecution and imprisonment is based on an ancient Georgian legend about unrequitted love. Armenia. 1985. 78 mins. Color. Georgian w/English Subtitles.
Release Year: 1985 Running Time: 89 mins Color: Color
|Legend of the Mountain||
In King Hu's late masterpiece, a travelling scholar, intent on translating a Buddhist sutra, loses his way in the mountains. Time and space collapse around him as he continues his journey, encountering ghostly visitations amid a haunting fantasia of color, light and landscape.
Release Year: 1979 Running Time: 184 mins Color: Color
|Lenny Bruce: Performance Film||
Release Year: 1973 Running Time: 65 mins Color: B&W
|Let It Come Down: The Life of Paul Bowles||
Release Year: 1999 Running Time: 73 mins Color: Color
|Let My People Go!||
Release Year: 2012 Running Time: 86 mins Color: Color
|Let the Corpses Tan||
After stealing a truckload of gold bars, a gang of thieves engages in an all-day firefight with pursuing cops at the ruins of a remote Mediterranean hamlet in this deliriously stylish thriller based on a classic pulp novel by Jean-Patrick Manchette and featuring vintage music cues by Ennio Morricone.
Release Year: 2018 Running Time: 92 mins Color: Color
|Let the Fire Burn||
Release Year: 2013 Running Time: 95 mins Color: Color and B&W
French auteur Bruno Dumont, best known for uncompromising and austere dramas, proves with the comedy Li'l Quinquin that he is capable of shifting gears without conceding his signature style. This absurdist, metaphysical murder mystery opens with the discovery of human body parts stuffed inside a cow - a literal bete humaine - on the outskirts of the English Channel in northern France. The bumbling and mumbling Captain Van der Weyden (played by Bernard Pruvost) is assigned to investigate the crime, but he has to contend with a young prankster, the mischievous Quinquin (Alane Delhaye), as he proceeds to investigate the case.
Release Year: 2014 Running Time: 197 mins Color: Color
|Life of Riley||
The final film from Alain Resnais. In the English countryside, the life of three couples is disturbed by a character we shall constantly hear about but never see: the enigmatic George Riley.
Release Year: 2014 Color: Color
|Lightning over Braddock: A Rustbowl Fantasy||
Release Year: 1988 Running Time: 80 mins Color: Color
Robert Mockler’s visually arresting debut feature, produced by indie horror veteran Larry Fessenden, takes the viewer into a world of fabricated personalities and offers a thought-provoking portrait of isolation in our increasingly digital world.
Release Year: 2018 Running Time: 80 mins Color: Color
|Lips of Blood||
In the most personal of Jean Rollin's moody, erotic horror films, a man tries to solve the riddle of a vague childhood memory, which leads him in pursuit of a beautiful vampire, and the revelation of a horrible family curse.
Release Year: 1975 Running Time: 87 mins Color: Color
|The Little Death (Unrated Director's Cut)||
An erotic thriller from the director of Psychopathia Sexualis, THE LITTLE DEATH offers a peek into the seedy boudoirs of a Victorian-era brothel, where a strong-willed reformer ventures into a turn-of-the-century brothel to confront its owner, and to liberate a young woman who is being held there in sexual captivity.
Release Year: 2011 Running Time: 75 mins Color: Color
|Lives of Performers||
A stark and revealing examination of romantic alliances, LIVES OF PERFORMERS examines the dilemma of a man who can’t choose between two women and makes them both suffer. Originally part of a dance performance choreographed by Rainer.
Release Year: 1972 Running Time: 90 mins Color: B&W
|Long Day's Journey Into Night||
Bi Gan follows up his knockout debut, Kaili Blues, with this noir-tinged film about a solitary man (Jue Huang) haunted by loss and regret. Co-starring Chinese superstars Sylvia Chang and Wei Tang, the film features an hour-long, gravity-defying 3D sequence shot, which plunges its protagonist—and us—through a labyrinthine cityscape.
Release Year: 2019 Running Time: 140 mins
|The Long Goodbye||
Elliott Gould (Busting) gives one of his best performances as a quirky, mischievous Philip Marlowe in Robert Altman's (Thieves Like Us) fascinating and original send-up of Raymond Chandler's classic detective story.
Release Year: 1973 Running Time: 112 mins Color: Color
|The Long Hair of Death||
Release Year: 1964 Running Time: 100 mins Color: B&W
|Look Both Ways||
A lonely artist who literally envisions disasters around every corner and an emotionally distant photojournalist meet in the aftermath of a train accident and soon their lives are transformed. This romantic comedy about love, life and death marks the live action feature debut of Australian animator Sarah Watt. Winner of Best Film and Director at the Australian Film Institute awards.
Release Year: 2005 Running Time: 100 mins Color: Color
|Lost in the Stars||
Lost in the Stars transforms Alan Paton's world famous novel of racial oppression, Cry the Beloved Country, into a tragic and beautiful film musical unlike any you've ever seen. Gilded by Maxwell Anderson's lucid lyrics and Kurt Weill's (The Three Penny Opera) powerful music, and guided by Daniel Mann's (Playing for Time) sensitive direction, this one-of-a-kind film is both a heartbreaking indictment of a cruel society and a poetic testament to the millions of forgotten lives ground beneath the heel of apartheid.
Release Year: 1974 Running Time: 97 mins Color: Color
|Louise Bourgeois: The Spider, the Mistress and the Tangerine||
Release Year: 2008 Running Time: 99 mins
LOUVRE CITY takes the form of one of the classic symphonies of the 1920s, which begin at daybreak, end at nightfall, and chronicle the lives of urban dwellers at work and at play. Rather than focus on its familiar role as a monument to high culture, director Nicolas Philibert shows us the everyday life of the museum and how it operates.
Release Year: 1990 Running Time: 85 mins Color: Color
|Love & Anarchy||
An epic tragicomedy from director Lina Wertmuller (Seven Beauties), LOVE AND ANARCHY plumbs the depths of fascist Italy from the perspective of a simple farm boy sent to kill Mussolini.
Release Year: 1973 Running Time: 129 mins Color: Color
|Love In The City||
Six top Italian filmmakers pooled their talents on the omnibus "reality" feature Amore in Citta (Love in the City).
Release Year: 1953 Running Time: 105 mins Color: Color
|Love the Hard Way||
On the heels of his Academy Award triumph, 2002 Best Actor Oscar winner Adrien Brody (The Pianist, The Thin Red Line) is electrifying as Jack, a dark hearted, smooth operating con-man with a poet's soul.
Release Year: 2003 Running Time: 104 mins Color: Color
|Love, Sweat & Tears||
Death, taxes, and menopause are unavoidable facts of life. Love, Sweat & Tears is a groundbreaking, inspiring, and humorous look at a long-taboo subject that will impact both women and men during their lifetimes.
Release Year: 2017 Running Time: 82 mins Color: Color
|Lovers on the Bridge||
Leos Carax’s The Lovers on the Bridge, presented by Martin Scorsese, is one of the most spectacularly romantic films of the 1990s. It follows the intense, convulsive relationship between one-eyed artist Michele (Juliette Binoche) and alcoholic street performer Alex (Denis Lavant).
Release Year: 1991 Running Time: 127 mins Color: Color
In Mexico, the war between good and evil has been waged each week for decades, thrilling generations of fans with the spectacle of Lucha Libre.
Release Year: 2015 Running Time: 103 mins Color: Color
Release Year: 2001 Running Time: 115 mins Color: Color
John Osborne's play is a fascinating and powerful psychological study of the Augustinian monk Martin Luther, examining his central role in the birth of Protestantism and revolt against the Roman Catholic Church.
Release Year: 1974 Running Time: 111 mins Color: Color