Layla M.
by Mijke de Jong
Blessed Benefit
by Mahmoud Al Massad
Clair obscur
by Yesim Ustaoglu
Sand Storm
by Elite Zexer
The Day My Father Became A Bush
by Nicole van Kilsdonk
by Ivan Zacharias and Alice Nellis
Scarred Hearts
by Radu Jude
Vincent and the End of the World
by Christophe Van Rompaey
Work Without Author (WT)
by Florian Henckel von Donnersmarck
Refuge (WT)
by Eran Riklis
3 Way Junction
by Juergen Bollmeyer
Hell (WT)
by Stefan Ruzowitzky
Game Count
by Agnieszka Holland
Ana, Mon Amour
by Calin Peter Netzer
The King's Choice
by Erik Poppe
The Invisibles (WT)
by Claus Räfle
The Bloom of Yesterday
by Chris Kraus
Place Of Shelter
by Michael Ramsauer
Storm - Letter of Fire
by Dennis Bots
Ali's Wedding
by Jeffrey Walker
The Happy Prince
by Rupert Everett
Layla M.
by Mijke de Jong
18-year-old Layla, a Dutch girl with Moroccan roots joins a group of radical Muslims. She encounters a world that nurtures her ideas initially, but finally confronts her with an impossible choice.
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