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Lena : Actress Height, Weight, Age, Movies, Biography, News, Images & Videos

Name : Lena
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Lena Movies and TV Shows

  • 13 Reasons Why: Beyond the Reasons [31 March 2017 (USA)]

  • 2017 American Music Awards [19 November 2017]

    Honoring musicians at the annual ceremony at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles; scheduled performers include Diana Ross, Selena Gomez, Christina Aguilera, BTS, Kelly Clarkson, Demi Lovato and P!nk; Tracee Ellis Ross hosts.

  • A Matter of Life and Death [1986]

  • A Rainy Day in New York []

  • Acting Hamlet in the Village of Mrdusa Donja [June 1974]

    Acting Hamlet in the Village of Mrduša Donja is a 1973 Yugoslav drama film directed by Krsto Papić, and based on Ivo Brešan's play of the same name.

  • Adam [15 October 2020 (Russia)]

    A frustrated quadriplegic gets a new lease on life when he befriends a compassionate nurse.

  • Adiós Naboelk [Santiago Mitre]

  • Africa [2012 (USA)]

    A history of Western Sahara's colonization shows its effects on the 200,000 people forced to live in refugee camps.

  • After the Rehearsal [9 April 1984 (Sweden)]

    A veteran theater director, Henrik (Erland Josephson), is staging a production of Strindberg's "Dream Play." Dozing after rehearsal, he's woken by Anna (Lena Olin), his lead actress, who seems out to seduce him. Anna's mother was Rakel (Ingrid Thulin), a deceased alcoholic actress and Henrik's former mistress. The presence of Anna makes Henrik think about his past with Rakel, as well as the mistakes he has made in his life, while he also imagines a possible future with Anna.… MORE

  • Aftershock [10 May 2013 (USA)]

    A group of travelers in Chile face a grueling fight for survival following a massive earthquake.

  • Agi i Ema [7 July 2007]

  • Airplane Disasters [Zach Horton]

  • Alatriste [1 September 2006 (Spain)]

    Capt. Alatriste (Viggo Mortensen), a heroic figure of Spain's 17th-century imperial wars, becomes a mercenary.

  • American Weapon [Cliff Vasko]

  • Another Cinderella Story [27 February 2008 (United Kingdom)]

    After Mary and Joey meet at a dance, the two realise that they are attracted to each other. But Mary rushes away before the dance is over, leaving him with a music player to figure out her identity.

  • Arbol Del Penitente,El [31 August 2005 (New York)]

    Filmmaker Michael Almereyda examines the life and work of the world-renowned photographer.

  • Arthur 3: The War of the Two Worlds [22 August 2010 (Paris)]

    Maltazard is 7 feet tall and plans on ruling the world. Arthur is no match to him as he is a Minimoy. To defeat Maltazard, Arthur will have to regain his usual size with Selenia and Betameche's help.

  • Arthur and the Revenge of Maltazard [26 November 2009 (Germany)]

    While attempting to stop Maltazard's evil plans involving the human world and rescue his royal prisoner, an unfortunate accident shrinks Arthur to a Minimoy's size.

  • Arwin! [2007]

  • Awake [30 November 2007 (USA)]

    As the scion of a wealthy banking family undergoes a heart transplant he's fully conscious, yet unable to move. That's when he discovers the operation is slated to fail in order to claim his fortune.

  • Bang Bang Orangutang [14 October 2005 (Sweden)]

    A once-powerful businessman (Mikael Persbrandt) faces an uphill battle to put his life back together after he loses everything in the wake of a family tragedy.

  • Bare Ground [2002]

  • Barney: All About Opposites [Fred Holmes]

  • Barney: Read with Me, Dance with Me [Jim Rowley]

  • Battle of Kosovo [1989]

    Battle of Kosovo is a 1989 Yugoslav historical drama/war film filmed in Serbia. The film was based on the drama written by poet Ljubomir Simović.

  • Battle of Neretva [7 October 1969 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)]

    During World War II, Yugoslavians fight for their freedom against local Chetniks as well as Italian and German troops.

  • Battle of Sutjeska [4 December 1994]

    Isaac's son Jacob deprives his brother Esau of his birthright and has to flee for his life. He finds shelter with his uncle Laban, but is himself deceived. Finally, Jacob has to face both his uncle and brother.

  • Behaving Badly [1 August 2014 (USA)]

    Teenager Rick has a crush on a beautiful girl and plans to win her heart by all means. He gets involved with a mobster when he places a bet with him and things get ugly.

  • Beloved Love [1977]

  • Bergman: A Year in a Life [2018 (Russia)]

    Journeying through 1957, the year Bergman released two of his most acclaimed features (The Seventh Seal and Wild Strawberries), made a TV film and directed four plays for theatre. A selection of clips from his body of work.

  • Bergman's Reliquarium [27 January 2018]

  • Black Tears [19 November 1999]

    A poet (Federico Luppi) returns to his hometown in Spain where a reservoir will cause flooding in a matter of days.

  • Blackbird [28 November 2007 (France)]

    The story of a 10-year-old girl and a mountain fox who form a magical bond while travelling through the wilderness. Set against an array of stunning French and Italian backdrops, this tale follows the unlikely duo as they get lost in caves, encounter a fleet-footed lynx, an eagle, slippery frogs, and a pack of mean-looking wolves, while all the time the seasons change.… MORE

  • Blood Shed [Zander Villayne]

  • Boomerang [8 March 2019 (India)]

    Following an accident, a young man gets a major surgery performed on his face. However, when he realises that a lot of people are after his life, he decides to find out why.

  • Burka Girls Gone Wild [Josh Fong]

  • Cabaret Balkan [1 August 1998 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)]

    On a harsh winter night in Belgrade, Serbia, an ex-con working as a taxi driver (Nebojsa Glogovac) has a series of bizarre encounters with tragic passengers from all walks of life, each a part of a patchwork of stories. Elsewhere, Ana (Mirjana Jokovic) survives a bus hijacking, only to find herself caught between a drug dealer and an angry boyfriend. And on the other side of town, passionate showman Boris (Nikola Ristanovski) struggles to entertain a tough crowd in a smoky cabaret.… MORE

  • Cairo Time [22 January 2015 (Kuwait)]

  • Casanova [25 December 2005 (USA)]

    Casanova, a womaniser, falls in love with a woman. He decides to disguise himself as a man who is about to get married to her but gets caught. However, he still tries to win her heart.

  • Chocolat [15 December 2000 (Los Angeles)]

    A woman and her daughter open a chocolate shop in a conservative village in France, much to the villagers' disapproval. Over time, they win the people's hearts and also help them with their troubles.

  • Darkness [11 October 2002 (Spain)]

    Paul (Stephan Enquist) and his older sister, Regina (Anna Paquin), unpack and settle into their new country home with their mother (Lena Olin) and father (Iain Glen). An atmosphere of dread slowly becomes evident in the house, and, before long, strange things are happening within its walls. As the supernatural occurrences get more intense and threatening, Regina looks into the house's dark history and struggles to uncover the reason behind the macabre presence.… MORE

  • Dead Fish [11 October 2005]

    A hit man and an artist exchange cell phones accidentally, causing a case of mistaken identity.

  • Demi Lovato: Stay Strong [2012]

    Demi Lovato: Stay Strong is a 2012 documentary film about American singer Demi Lovato which follows her recovery after leaving rehab and her return to the music industry after abruptly cancelling her tour with the Jonas Brothers, putting her career on a hiatus in order to seek treatment.

  • Deps [26 March 1974]

    Deps is a 1974 Yugoslavian film directed by Antun Vrdoljak and starring Bekim Fehmiu, Milena Dravić, Fabijan Šovagović and Relja Bašić.

  • Destination Death [27 February 1964 (West Germany)]

    Destination Death is a 1964 West German-Yugoslavian war film directed by Wolfgang Staudte. It was entered into the 14th Berlin International Film Festival.

  • Disney Channel New Year Star Showdown [2006]

  • Dolittle [January 2020 (Austria)]

    Dr. John Dolittle lives in solitude behind the high walls of his lush manor in 19th-century England. His only companionship comes from an array of exotic animals that he speaks to on a daily basis. But when young Queen Victoria becomes gravely ill, the eccentric doctor and his furry friends embark on an epic adventure to a mythical island to find the cure.

  • Don't Tempt Me [14 May 2003 (France)]

    A seductive swordsman (Vincent Perez) finds adventure after joining the army of King Louis XV (Didier Bourdon) in 18th-century France.

  • Dr. Seuss' Horton Hears a Who! [3 March 2008 (USA)]

    Horton, an elephant, must dodge his pesky neighbours and find a safe place to keep the dust speck, which contains a microscopic community of creatures known as The Whos.

  • Ek Thriller Night [6 November 2015]


    A group of friends go to an isolated house in the middle of the night. Certain incidents that happen in the house make them feel like they aren't the only ones in the house. Scared and confused, the bunch of youth try to escape from the house. Watch the movie to find out what happens next.

  • El invierno de las anjanas [19 November 2008 (France)]

    Second part of the French thriller about the incredible and brutal story of France's most infamous and flamboyant gangster, Jacques Mesrine. Now back in France, Mesrine is finally in police custody and facing justice for his crimes. But his detention does not last long.

  • Ellenségek - Szerelmi történet [Paul Mazursky]

  • Enemies, A Love Story [13 December 1989 (USA)]

    Herman Broder (Ron Silver), a Holocaust survivor living in New York City and struggling with depression after his ordeals in the war, makes his living ghostwriting for a rabbi. Herman is married to Yadwiga (Margaret Sophie Stein) but is also having an affair with Masha (Lena Olin), a married woman. Things grow even more chaotic when Herman's first wife, Tamara (Anjelica Huston), who he thought had died in the war, shows up in New York as well. Based on the novel by Isaac Bashevis Singer.… MORE

  • Face to Face [5 April 1976 (USA)]

    Dr. Jenny Isaksson (Liv Ullmann) is a psychiatrist whose temporary summer gig at a mental hospital offers only modest responsibilities. With her husband out of the country for a seminar and her daughter at camp, Jenny moves in with her grandparents, expecting a relaxing few months. But it isn't long before unpleasant memories of her childhood, the sudden appearance of strange apparitions and a near-rape push this otherwise stable woman to the very edge of sanity.… MORE

  • Family [11 August 2004 (India)]

    Old memories are revived as Seenu distributes his wedding invitations. He recollects the various love interests from his past, from his childhood love to the girl who taught him to value hard work.

  • Fanny and Alexander [17 December 1982 (Sweden)]

    During the early twentieth century, Fanny and Alexander are the children of the Ekdahl family in a Swedish town. They are living a peaceful life until their father Mr. Oscar dies.

  • Far from the Sea [13 November 2015 (Cádiz)]

    Santi visits his former cellmate Emilio, who is succumbing to a terminal illness.

  • Fear [Vipin Parashar]

  • Fearless Heart [Rob Walker]

  • Fifty Shades of Blue [22 May 2012 (USA)]

  • Flight North [February 1986]

    Flight North is a 1986 West German-Finnish drama film directed by Ingemo Engström. It was entered into the 36th Berlin International Film Festival.

  • Fragile [14 October 2005 (Spain)]

    A nurse at an old children's hospital struggles to protect her charges from a mysterious and evil force. The hospital is at the point of being abandoned when a train crash brings multiple victims to its doors. Amid the chaos, the nurse is drawn to a group of orphans who seem to be under the influence of a restless spirit that haunts the hospital.

  • Freckled Girl [1973]

  • Friaren som inte ville gifta sig [5 January 1977]

  • Friends [6 May 1988]

    Friends is a 1988 Japanese-Swedish drama film directed by Kjell-Åke Andersson. Peter Mokrosinski won the award for Best Cinematography at the 24th Guldbagge Awards.

  • Funeral Fest, Burial Lunch [3 March 1969 (Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)]

  • Geography of the Hapless Heart [Nacho Valcárcel]

  • Getaway [26 August 2013 (Los Angeles)]

    A former race car driver, Brent Magna, becomes a puppet in the hands of a kidnapper. In a bid to save his wife, he races against time in a mustang, taking it and its owner on a high-speed adventure.

  • Girl [1965]

    Girl is a 1965 Yugoslav film directed by Puriša Đorđević.

  • Girl Rising [7 March 2013 (USA)]

    Stories of nine girls from developing countries, showing how they are overcoming great obstacles to obtain an education and change their fates.

  • Gossip with the Girls [11 October 2011]

  • Grandes Ocasiones [2013]

  • Group Portrait with a Lady [25 May 1977]

    After World War II begins in Germany, 18-year-old Leni (Romy Schneider) is left to fend for herself. Her mother has died, and her father has been arrested, so Leni takes a job making funeral wreaths in order to support herself. When she meets Boris (Brad Dourif), a Russian prisoner of war on the run, things begin to look up. Boris and Leni fall in love and give birth to a child, though their happiness is short-lived, as Boris is discovered by the military police.… MORE

  • Hamilton [30 January 1998 (Norway)]

    When Russian agents attempt to smuggle a stolen nuclear missile through Sweden, the country's intelligence officers find their intervention occurs too easily.

  • Hasse & Tage [7 August 2019]

  • Havana [12 December 1990 (USA)]

    During the revolution, a high-stakes gambler arrives in Cuba seeking to win big in poker games. Along the way, he meets and falls in love with the wife of a Communist revolutionary.

  • Hebriana [1990]

  • Hierro [1998]

  • Hollywood Homicide [13 June 2003 (USA)]

    After four members of a rap group are murdered by unknown assailants, LAPD detectives Sergeant Joe Gavilan and K C Calden must track them down. However, the two have more important things to do.

  • Horoscope [12 August 1969 (Yugoslavia)]

  • Horvat's Choice [1985]

    Horvat's Choice is a 1985 Croatian film directed by Eduard Galić, starring Rade Šerbedžija, Mustafa Nadarević, Milena Dravić and Mira Furlan. It is based on Vučjak, a 1923 play by Miroslav Krleža.

  • Hotel Transsylvanië: Hotel vol Monsters [Genndy Tartakovsky]

  • Hotel Transylvania [7 December 2012 (India)]

    Dracula, who owns a high-end resort for monsters, attempts to keep his daughter from falling in love with Jonathan, a human.

  • Hotel Transylvania 2 [21 September 2015 (United Arab Emirates)]

    Dracula is concerned for his beloved half-human, half-vampire grandson, Dennis, when he notices that he is not showing any signs of being a vampire.

  • Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation []

  • Hotel Transylvania 4 [22 December 2021 (India)]

  • House Broken [2009]

    Hoping to enjoy retirement, a man (Danny DeVito) takes drastic measures to get his two grown sons (Ryan Hansen, Skyler Stone) to move out.

  • I Thought It Was a Party [9 May 2013 (Argentina)]

    Ana starts an affair with Lu's ex-husband while she house sits.

  • Ignition [17 January 2002 (Italy)]

    An ex-military helicopter pilot is discharged due to anger problems. He then finds himself assigned to protect a Federal judge who fears for her life after a letter bomb explodes in her office. Meanwhile, an assassination plot by corrupt military officials is underway to get rid of the American president, and the USA are preparing to put a man on the moon.

  • In Dubious Battle [2017 (USA)]

    In California apple country, 900 migratory workers rise up against the landowners. The group takes on a life of its own, stronger than its individual members and more frightening. Led by the doomed Jim Nolan (Nat Wolff), the strike is founded on his tragic idealism and the philosophy to never submit or yield.

  • In the Land of Women [20 April 2007 (USA)]

    After a bad breakup with his girlfriend leaves him heartbroken, Carter Webb (Adam Brody) moves to Michigan to take care of his ailing grandmother (Olympia Dukakis). Once there, he gets mixed up in the lives of the mother (Meg Ryan) and daughters who live across the street.

  • Intensive Care [David Mickey Evans]

    After her husband falls into a coma, a fragile woman kidnaps the neglected 11-year-old boy next door and takes him on a road trip.

  • Just Walking [31 October 2008 (Spain)]

    Four female criminals (Victoria Abril, Ariadna Gil) land in trouble with Mexican gangsters after a failed heist.

  • Kako su se volele dve budale [1972]

  • Kärleken [1980]

  • Kill the Habit [2010 (USA)]

    Galia accidentally kills her drug dealer and calls her friend to help dispose of the body. While trying to figure out what to do they have constant interruption by addicts looking for a fix.

  • Kozara [1962]

    An account of the Yugoslavian partisans who protected thousands of people in the Kozara Mountains during World War II.

  • La Busqueda [1998]

  • La estación de la Calle Olvera [2008]

    La estación de la Calle Olvera is a 2008 American drama television film directed by Pablo Garcia. It first aired on Discovery Channel in the United States and the film was released on September 14, 2008.

  • Lennon or McCartney [12 December 2014]

    Lennon or McCartney is a 2014 Canadian documentary short film directed by Matt Schichter. The film is a compilation of 550 celebrities' responses, taken from interviews throughout the decade, to the question of which of the two former Beatles is superior: John Lennon or Paul McCartney.

  • Lost and Found - Six Glances of a Generation [21 November 2005 (Greece)]

  • Lotto [Zach Horton]

  • Love and Other Crimes [September 2008 (Serbia)]

    Ljubav i drugi zločini, or Love and Other Crimes in English, is a 2008 Serbian romantic comedy directed by Stefan Arsenijević, and written by Arsenijević and Srđan Koljević, and stars Anica Dobra and Vuk Kostić. The film won Arsenijević an award for Best Director at the 2008 Sofia International Film Festival.

  • Loverly [Katerina Moutsatsou]

  • Loving Glances [19 September 2003 (Serbia and Montenegro)]

    Looking for romance, a Serbian student (Senad Alihodzic) meets a poor refugee (Ivana Bolanca) through a marriage broker (Milena Dravic).

  • Lumière and Company [20 December 1995 (France)]

    To commemorate the 100th anniversary of Auguste and Louis Lumiere's first moving film, Romane Bohringer sought out fellow filmmakers, requesting that they shoot short movies on cameras similar to the one used by the French brothers. Among those who said yes were Spike Lee, Arthur Penn and Wim Wenders. Combining scenes from the Lumieres' first films with footage from the contemporary directors using the old equipment, the documentary shows just how much film-making has evolved in a century.… MORE

  • Lunatics, Lovers & Poets [John Scoular]

    A struggling novelist has to find redemption from his homeless Shakespeare-reciting father.

  • Man Is Not a Bird [6 March 1965 (Yugoslavia)]

    Rajka, a young hairdresser, and Jan Rudinsk, a middle-aged engineer, share a content relationship until Rajka falls for the charms for a young truck driver.

  • Maya Dardel [27 October 2017 (USA)]

    An internationally respected poet announces she is going to kill herself and needs an heir and executor. Young writers drive up the mountain to compete for the position and are challenged intellectually and emotionally.

  • Mesrine: Killer Instinct [22 October 2008 (Belgium)]

    Jacques Mesrine is a loyal son and dedicated soldier living with his parents after returning from the Algerian war. Handsome and charming, he is soon seduced by the neon glamour of 60s Paris and the easy money it presents. Mentored by Guido, Mesrine moves swiftly up the criminal ladder, loving the high-risk life of a gangster. After pulling off an audacious heist, he and his lover Jeanne flee to Canada.… MORE

  • Mesrine: Public Enemy #1 [19 November 2008 (France)]

    Second part of the French thriller about the incredible and brutal story of France's most infamous and flamboyant gangster, Jacques Mesrine. Now back in France, Mesrine is finally in police custody and facing justice for his crimes. But his detention does not last long.

  • Miguel and William [2 February 2007 (Spain)]

    Friends and authors Miguel Cervantes (Juan Luis Galiardo) and William Shakespeare (Will Kemp) fall in love with a Spanish beauty.

  • Monte Carlo [1 July 2011 (Philippines)]

    Grace, who is vacationing in Paris with her best friend and stepsister, is mistaken for a British heiress. The three women are whisked away to Monte Carlo, where they discover royalty and romance.

  • Mr. Jones [26 May 1994 (Germany)]

    Mr Jones suffers from an acute bipolar disorder and visits Dr Libby Bowen, a psychiatrist. She falls in love with him during his treatment and does not want him to be discharged from the hospital.

  • My Part-Time Dad [1982]

  • Mystery Men [22 July 1999 (USA)]

    A group of aspiring superheroes repeatedly fail to protect their city due to their ineptitude. However, they soon get another chance to prove themselves when a mysterious villain rises to power.

  • Najbolji [19 January 1989]

  • Neighbors 2: Sorority Rising [26 April 2016 (Germany)]

    Mac and Kelly grow tired of their new neighbours, who belong to a sorority. Eventually, they decide to join forces with their former nemesis, Teddy, in order to get rid of their neighbours.

  • Night Falls on Manhattan [1996]

    Manhattan District Attorney Sean is ensnarled in the web of the corrupt legal system. He faces professional and personal betrayal and is forced to choose between morality and loyalty.

  • Night Train to Lisbon [7 March 2013 (Germany)]

    Raimund Gregorius, a Swiss Professor, abandons his lectures and buttoned-down life to embark on a thrilling adventure that will take him on a journey to the very heart of himself.

  • Nije lako sa muškarcima [1995]

  • Normal People [22 February 2001]

  • One-Week Bachelors [16 December 1982]

    One-Week Bachelors is a Swedish comedy film from 1982, directed by Hans Iveberg. The film premiered on the theaters on December 16, 1982.

  • Part-Time Work [1980]

  • Pastor Shepherd [2010]

    The tale of a down-on-his-luck freeze-dried-pet-salesman and his journey to become the first-ever-cyber-evangelist.

  • Point Blank [4 November 2010]

    Samuel begins the hunt for his wife and her kidnappers after she is kidnapped by the gangsters who want their boss released from the hospital.

  • Polish Wedding [17 July 1998]

    A Detroit matriarch (Lena Olin) cheats on her husband (Gabriel Byrne) and oversees her pregnant daughter's (Claire Danes) marriage to a neighbor.

  • Prekobrojna [1962]

  • Princess Protection Program [20 May 2009]

    Carter Mason and her father share a great relationship, until one fine day, their lives change drastically when they are entrusted with a task of attending to a princess.

  • Puppy! [28 July 2017 (USA)]

    Residents of Hotel Transylvania find their world turned upside-down when youngster Dennis gets a monster-sized pet.

  • Queen of the Damned [22 February 2002 (USA)]

    Vampire Lestat awakens from his slumber and becomes a rock star. But chaos strikes when his music awakens Akasha, the vampire queen, who will not rest until she makes Lestat her new king.

  • Raees [25 January 2017]

    Threat looms over bootlegger Raees Alam and his business after ACP Majmudar decides to get the better of him. In order to survive and keep his trade thriving, Raees must overcome Majumdar.

  • Ramona and Beezus [23 July 2010 (USA)]

    Life goes on in the usual, chaotic way for Ramona, her sister Beezus, her parents and aunt, Bea. Things change when her dad loses his job and the family may have to leave behind more than just a home.

  • Rancour [24 January 1997 (Spain)]

    A lonely man hires a troupe of actors to pose as his family to spice up his birthday celebration.

  • Remember Me [14 May 2010 (India)]

    Tyler, a young man, meets Ally under strange circumstances. She eases his trauma, but soon Tyler happens to learn her secret which creates a divide between them.

  • Rifkin's Festival [2 October 2020 (Spain)]

    A woman has an affair with a French filmmaker, while her husband falls in love with a beautiful Spaniard.

  • Romeo Is Bleeding [29 April 1994 (United Kingdom)]

    Jack Grimaldi, a married cop with a mistress, does favours for the mafia. He meets his match in an assassin, Mona, when she single-handedly takes on the cops and the mafia.

  • Rondo [1966]

    Rondo is a 1966 Yugoslavian film by Croatian director Zvonimir Berković. It was filmed in Zagreb, Croatia.

  • Room in Rome [7 May 2010 (Spain)]

    Two young women meet while on holiday in Rome and share a night of intense passion while exchanging stories about their dreadful pasts.

  • Rudderless [17 October 2014 (USA)]

    Mourning the death of his son, Sam falls into the trap of being in a perpetual state of drunkenness. But when he accidentally learns that his son wanted to be a musician, his own life finds a purpose.

  • S/Y Joy [21 August 1989 (Sweden)]

    A woman discovers the tragic history of a yacht she and her husband bought to restore and sail the oceans.

  • Savage Grace [20 September 2007 (Singapore)]

    This examination of a famous scandal from the 1970s explores the relationship between Barbara Baekeland (Julianne Moore) and her only son, Antony (Eddie Redmayne). Barbara, a lonely social climber unhappily married to the wealthy but remote plastics heir Brooks Baekeland (Stephen Dillane), dotes on Antony, who is homosexual. As Barbara tries to "cure" Antony of his sexuality -- sometimes by seducing him herself -- the groundwork is laid for a murderous tragedy.… MORE

  • Se upp för Jönssonligan [25 December 2020]

    Se upp för Jönssonligan is a upcoming Swedish comedy film, directed by Tomas Alfredson. It is the fifteenth installment in the Jönssonligan franchise, and a reboot of the series.

  • Seasons [Oskar Santos]

  • Sekula se opet ženi [1991]

  • Selena Gomez: Dreaming [Matt Salmon]

  • Sex and Lucia [18 September 2019 (Indonesia)]

    John Rambo's peaceful life is interrupted when Gabriela, his friend's granddaughter, disappears in Mexico. He decides to free her from the clutches of local cartels, starting a cycle of revenge.

  • Sky Hook [13 April 2000 (Slovenia)]

    Sky Hook is a 2000 Yugoslavian film directed by Ljubiša Samardžić. It was Yugoslavia's submission to the 73rd Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee.

  • Soft & Pink [2014]

    A supernatural, shape-shifting creature goes on a violent rampage, killing the homeless people who move into the storage facility it calls home.

  • Sons of the Clouds [Mar Sampedro]

  • Special Treatment [7 March 1982 (USA)]

    Special Treatment is a 1980 Yugoslavian drama film directed by Goran Paskaljević. It was entered into the 1980 Cannes Film Festival where Milena Dravić won the award for Best Supporting Actress.

  • Spring Breakers [6 March 2013 (France)]

    College students Candy (Vanessa Hudgens), Faith (Selena Gomez), Brit (Ashley Benson) and Cotty (Rachel Korine) are short of the cash they need for a spring-break trip, so they rob a diner and head down to Florida. However, the police soon break up the party and arrest them. The curvaceous quartet are unexpectedly bailed out by a drug dealer and aspiring rap artist named Alien (James Franco). Soon after, three of the four gal pals decide to join Alien in a life of crime.… MORE

  • Spy Kids 3: Game Over [25 July 2003 (USA)]

    Juni Cortez decides to play Game Over, a virtual reality-based game designed by the Toymaker, in order to find and rescue his sister Carmen who is trapped inside Level 4 of the game.

  • St. George Shoots the Dragon [11 March 2009]

    St. George Slays the Dragon is a Serbian war drama film directed by Srđan Dragojević and written by Dušan Kovačević. The movie premiered on March 11, 2009. With a budget of around €5 million, it was one of the most expensive Serbian movie productions to date.

  • Suffering Man's Charity [2007]

    A novelist (David Boreanaz) takes advantage of a failed composer (Alan Cumming), with deadly results.

  • Swung [19 June 2015]

    A man having trouble in the bedroom and his girlfriend stumble upon the swinger scene, which might be a messy solution to their problems.

  • Taboo [1977]

  • Talk to Her [8 June 2012 (India)]

    To get back home and evade capture by Animal Control, Alex, Marty, Gloria and Melman embark on a riotous adventure as they join a travelling circus.

  • Taylor Swift: Bad Blood [Joseph Kahn]

  • The 1989 World Tour Live [20 December 2015]

  • The 62nd Annual Academy Awards [Jeff Margolis]

  • The Adventures of Picasso [20 May 1978 (Sweden)]

    The Adventures of Picasso is a 1978 Swedish surrealist comedy film directed by Tage Danielsson, starring Gösta Ekman, as the famous painter. The film had the tag-line Tusen kärleksfulla lögner av Hans Alfredson och Tage Danielsson. At the 14th Guldbagge Awards the film won the award for Best Film.

  • The Ambush [1969 (Serbia)]

  • The Artist's Wife [25 September 2020 (USA)]

    The wife of a famous artist tries to contact his estranged family before his dementia worsens.

  • The Big Short [22 January 2016 (India)]

    In the mid-2000s, a few finance experts observe the instability in the US housing market and predict its collapse. Through their research, they discover the flaws and corruption in the system.

  • The Blue Room [1996]

    Blaming his father for his mother's death, a boy and his new girlfriend plot to kill him.

  • The Broken Hearts Gallery [11 September 2020 (USA)]

    What if you saved a souvenir from every relationship you've ever been in? The Broken Hearts Gallery follows the always unique Lucy, a 20-something art gallery assistant living in New York City, who also happens to be an emotional hoarder.

  • The Camp Followers [4 November 1965 (Italy)]

    During the occupation of Greece in World War II, 15 prostitutes from Athens, Greece, are taken to Albania to boost the morale of occupying Italian soldiers. Along for the ride are Sgt. Castagnoli (Mario Adorf), the affable truck driver, and Lt. Martino (Thomas Milian), who initially finds the mission degrading, but eventually forms a rapport with the women. Complications arise when Martino falls for one of the prostitutes, Elenitza (Anna Karina), and the group faces a dangerous attack.… MORE

  • The Cyclists [14 July 1970]

  • The Dark Side of the Sun [21 December 1988]

    For three days only a young man (Brad Pitt) with a rare skin disease can doff his leather suit and live like an ordinary person.

  • The Dead Don't Die [14 May 2019 (France)]

    Centerville, an ordinary and peaceful town, starts experiencing a zombie apocalypse and the townspeople are at a loss as to what to do.

  • The Devil You Know [9 July 2013]

    Kathryn Vale was once the most famous movie star on the planet. When she attempts to respark her career, an anonymous blackmailer threatens to reveal her darkest secret.

  • The Door Remains Open [1959]

  • The Fundamentals of Caring [2016 (USA)]

    A writer (Paul Rudd) retires after a personal tragedy and becomes a disabled teen's caregiver. When the two embark on an impromptu road trip, their ability to cope is tested as they start to understand the importance of hope and friendship.

  • The Hot Chick [2 December 2002 (USA)]

    Jessica, a mean-spirited teen, is convinced that she has a perfect life. However, everything changes when she wakes up one morning in the body of a 30-year-old man named Clive, who is a criminal.

  • The Hypnotist [28 September 2012 (Sweden)]

    A detective pairs himself with a famous psychologist on a case involving a traumatized young witness to a crime.

  • The Infiltrator [13 July 2016 (USA)]

    Robert Mazur, a US Customs Service agent, goes undercover to expose drug trafficking and money laundering. He soon becomes a pivotal figure in bringing down various money laundering organisations.

  • The Macedonian Part of Hell [21 October 1971]

  • The Memory of Water [27 August 2015 (Chile)]

    A young couple struggles to continue their relationship after the death of their son unable to bear the pain in their day-to-day life.

  • The Morning [5 July 1967]

    The Morning is a 1967 Yugoslav film directed by Mladomir Puriša Đorđević. It is the third part of a wartime tetralogy by Đorđević. The film entered in competition at the 28th Venice International Film Festival and Ljubiša Samardžić won the Volpi Cup for Best Actor for his role.

  • The Muppets [25 November 2011 (India)]

    Three fans named Gary, Mary and Walter set out to reunite the Muppets to save the Muppet Theater from annihilation. But, they must look for each one of them as they have disappeared into obscurity.

  • The Night and the Moment [4 September 1994]

    A libertine (Willem Dafoe) must describe his previous affairs and prison time to a noblewoman (Lena Olin) he wishes to seduce.

  • The Ninth Gate [25 August 1999 (Belgium)]

    Dean Corso, a rare book dealer, is hired to find the last two copies of a text that holds the key to summoning the devil and subsequently finds himself at the heart of paranormal events.

  • The Policeman from the Cock's Hill [12 April 1994]

  • The Reader [10 December 2008 (New York)]

    Michael, a teenager, falls in love with an older woman named Hanna. Their liaison ends when she suddenly vanishes. They meet after a decade when she goes on trial for being a Nazi guard during WWII.

  • The Return [5 July 1979 (Yugoslavia)]

    The Return is a 1979 Croatian film directed by Antun Vrdoljak, starring Boris Dvornik, Fabijan Šovagović and Rade Šerbedžija.

  • The Role of My Family in the Revolution [9 July 1971 (Yugoslavia)]

  • The Skin I Live In [26 August 2011 (United Kingdom)]

    Ever since his beloved wife was horribly burned in an auto accident, Dr. Robert Ledgard (Antonio Banderas), a skilled plastic surgeon, has tried to develop a new skin that could save the lives of burn victims. Finally, after 12 years, Ledgard has created a skin that guards the body, but is still sensitive to touch. With the aid of his faithful housekeeper (Marisa Paredes), Ledgard tests his creation on Vera (Elena Anaya), who is held prisoner against her will in the doctor's mansion.… MORE

  • The Summit [2008]

  • The Teen Choice Awards 2009 [Bruce Gowers]

  • The Unbearable Lightness of Being [5 February 1988 (USA)]

    Successful surgeon Tomas (Daniel Day-Lewis) leaves Prague for an operation, meets a young photographer named Tereza (Juliette Binoche), and brings her back with him. Tereza is surprised to learn that Tomas is already having an affair with the bohemian Sabina (Lena Olin), but when the Soviet invasion occurs, all three flee to Switzerland. Sabina begins an affair, Tom continues womanizing, and Tereza, disgusted, returns to Czechoslovakia. Realizing his mistake, Tomas decides to chase after her.… MORE

  • The United States of Leland [2 April 2004 (Los Angeles)]

    Leland, an ordinary teenager, brutally murders a boy and is soon imprisoned. The murder deeply affects everyone involved in it and sparks the interest of Leland's teacher who writes about it.

  • The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex [Wizards of Waverly Place]

    While trying to prove to her family she can be mature and responsible, Alex Russo conjures up a spell to get rid of her bad qualities and unintentionally creates a Good and Evil Alex. When Evil Alex gets involved in a plan to take over the world by a dark wizard, Good Alex must find a way to save her family, humankind, and ultimately herself in an epic Good vs. Evil battle.… MORE

  • They Are All Dead [30 May 2014 (Spain)]

    Lupe becomes agoraphobic after her brother dies, and only a drastic Day of the Dead ritual can teach her the value of saying goodbye.

  • Three Summer Days [7 August 1997]

    Three Summer Days is a 1997 Serbian drama film directed by Mirjana Vukomanović. The film deals with everyday life of Bosnian Serb refugees living and working in Serbia. The film was selected as the Serbian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 70th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

  • Tinker Bell [19 September 2008 (USA)]

    When Tinker Bell learns that to visit the mainland she needs to have nature-talent, she sets out to acquire it with the help of her friends.

  • To the Bone [2012]

  • Treća sreća [1 October 1995]

  • Two Tough Guys [5 September 2003 (Spain)]

    A hit man owes his boss money and in order to pay it off he agrees to take care of his boss' nephew which also meant he had to take care of a good-time girl, one job he wasn't too pleased about.

  • Una, My Love [19 November 1984 (Yugoslavia)]

  • Unity [12 August 2015 (USA)]

    For all humanity's advances -- science, literature, medicine -- mankind just can't seem to get along, even after thousands of years.

  • Unknowns [Zoe Ward]

  • Van Helsing [2 July 2004 (India)]

    Van Helsing, a legendary monster hunter, is sent to Transylvania in order to prevent Count Dracula, a terrorising being, from realising his evil motives.

  • W.R.: Mysteries of the Organism [10 May 1971]

    A sexual encounter between a Yugoslav beautician (Milena Dravic) and a champion Russian skater (Ivica Vidovic) demonstrates the theories of psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich.

  • Walker, Texas Ranger: Trial by Fire [16 October 2005]

    Walker (Chuck Norris) and Gage (Judson Mills) track a youth who is the target of killers wanting the missile-guidance system he possesses.

  • Wallenberg: A Hero's Story [8 April 1985]

    Raoul Wallenberg (Richard Chamberlain) is a Swedish college student who mocks the lethal politics of Adolph Hitler, to the chagrin of his society matron mother (Bibi Andersson). Wallenberg joins the Swedish diplomatic core and with various allies, including a German baroness (Alice Krige), risks his life and reputation to become instrumental in protecting Jews in Budapest, Hungary, from the Nazis. Though his bravery and heroism saves thousands, Wallenberg himself faces an uncertain fate.… MORE

  • Warrior [Dustin Nguyen]

  • What Makes Women Laugh? [10 March 2016 (Germany)]

    Jacques Perrin and Jacques Cluzaud travel throughout Europe to film brown bears, wild horses, wolves and other animals in their natural habitat.

  • Wigga Pleaze [2011]

  • William Eggleston in the Real World [Ruba Nadda]

  • Wiped-Out Footprints [25 February 1997 (Spain)]

    On the day of her father's marriage to a woman barely out of college, Luci (Verónica Forqué) witnesses the death of her devoted husband, Carlos (Jordi Bosch), in an accident. Beside herself with grief, Luci finds comfort in her husband's ghost, who suggests the impossible: that she move on. Luci refuses, until she finds out about his many infidelities. Determined to exact her revenge, Luci and her sisters start a nightclub act at a resort hotel, where Luci begins a sexual adventure of her own.… MORE

  • Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie [28 August 2009]

    During a family vacation, Alex, a young witch, accidentally casts a curse on her loved ones. To reverse this, she tries to find a magical stone while her brother tries to keep their parents together.

  • Wizards of Waverly Place: Wiz Pix [15 December 2009 (USA)]

  • Wonder Woman [15 May 2017 (Shanghai)]

    Princess Diana of an all-female Amazonian race rescues US pilot Steve. Upon learning of a war, she ventures into the world of men to stop Ares, the god of war, from destroying mankind.

  • Wonder Woman 1984 [13 August 2020 (Brazil)]

    Wonder Woman squares off against Maxwell Lord and the Cheetah, a villainess who possesses superhuman strength and agility.

  • Work It Like a Wizard! [10 September 2009]

  • Zip and Zap and the Captain's Island [29 July 2016 (Spain)]

    At Christmas, Zip and Zap take a trip with their parents to a remote island, where a friendly woman runs a children's home and mystery awaits.

  • Zona Zamfirova [31 October 2002 (Federal Republic of Yugoslavia)]

    Zona Zamfirova is a 2002 comedy-drama film directed by Zdravko Šotra. It is based on the 1906 book by Serbian author Stevan Sremac. The film contains the local Torlakian vernacular of the Bulgarian dialect spoken in the region of Niš.

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