The Divine Order is a funny and moving depiction of the courageous fight for equal voting rights of local women in a small, traditional Swiss village in 1970 (yes, 1970!). An irresistible crowdpleaser.
The bond between a teen with a troubled family background and a failed racehorse is the jumping off point for the real concern of Lean On Pete – displaced American youth. An absorbing and unusual film featuring a promising new performer in Charlie Plummer.
In astutely and fearlessly tackling the struggle for intimacy and emotional connection that goes right to the musty heart of Anglo culture, God’s Own Country is sometimes confronting, but worth venturing out of your comfort zone to see.