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Bread and Tulips

During a coach tour to Venice, a woman finds herself separated from her family, an is forced to fend for herself. She discovers that there is more to life than a husband, a house and children -- such as love, companionship and friendship. Licia Maglietta, Bruno Ganz, Giuseppe Battiston and Marina Massioni, directed by Silvio Soldini.

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The Golden Bowl

Based on the novel by Henry James, set in Italy and New York in the early 1900s. Two marriages entangled in a complex relationship. Directed by James Ivory, with Uma Thurman, Jeremy Northam, Kate Beckinsale and Nick Nolte.

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Suspicious River

A receptionist in a small town motel and sexual violence. Molly Parker and Callum Keith Rennie directed by Lynne Stopkewich.

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The launch of Australia's first 24-hour courtroom network LAWTV affects the lives of those who share varying degrees of knowledge about the televised crime -- the brutal bashing of an Aboriginal soccer star. Direct by J Harkness, with Anastasia Seis, Nathan Ramsey, Travis McMahon, Alison Bramich, Mathew Wilkinson.

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