Sunday, January 29

1987 National Board of Review – Best Foreign Language Films Winner and Nominees

1987 National Board of Review – Best Foreign Language Films Winner

Au revoir les enfants

Au revoir les enfants

A French boarding school run by priests seems to be a haven from World War II until a new student arrives. He becomes the roommate of the top student in his class. Rivals at first, the roommates form a bond and share a secret.

Dark Eyes

Dark Eyes

Aboard a ship early in the 20th-century, a middle-aged Italian tells his story of love to a Russian. In a series of flashbacks filmed almost entirely in creams, whites, and ochers, the …

Jean de Florette

Jean de Florette

A greedy landowner and his backward nephew conspire to block the only water source for an adjoining property in order to bankrupt the owner and force him to sell.

Jean de Florette

Jean de Florette

A greedy landowner and his backward nephew conspire to block the only water source for an adjoining property in order to bankrupt the owner and force him to sell.

Manon of the Spring

Manon of the Spring

A beautiful but shy shepherdess plots vengeance on the men whose greedy conspiracy to acquire her father’s land caused his death years earlier.

Manon of the Spring

Manon of the Spring

A beautiful but shy shepherdess plots vengeance on the men whose greedy conspiracy to acquire her father’s land caused his death years earlier.

My Life as a Dog

My Life as a Dog

A boy and his brother don’t get along well. In order to let their ill mother rest, they’re separated and sent each one with their relatives.

Tampopo

Tampopo

A truck driver stops at a small family-run noodle shop and decides to help its fledgling business. The story is intertwined with various vignettes about the relationship of love and food.