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Breaking the Waves
Trailer of Lars von Trier's Breaking the Waves www.zentropa.altervista.org.
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Jun 20, 2011 ... The gloomy movie by Von Trier, which is never forgotten... Drama set in a repressed, deeply religious community in the north of Scotland, ...
The Tree of Wooden Clogs
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The Last Emperor
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A Special Day
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Gran Torino
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Breaking the Waves
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List of accolades received by The Social Network
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We All Loved Each Other So Much
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Mulholland Drive (film)
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High Heels (film)
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Manhattan (film)
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The Elephant Man (film)
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Waltz with Bashir
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The Purple Rose of Cairo
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