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Rojo

Rojo

Mon 27 Jan, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★ The Irish Times
★★★★ The Telegraph

Part mystery, part thriller, Rojo is a disarming allegory simmering with malevolence, about middleclass society turning a blind eye to the brutality of an emergent dictatorship.

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By the Grace of God

By the Grace of God

Mon 3 Feb, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Telegraph
★★★★ The Irish Times

Acclaimed French writer/director François Ozon returns with an absorbing true story and topical examination of one Catholic Church abuse scandal.

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Ordinary Love

Ordinary Love

Mon 17 Feb, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★ The Guardian

This intimate portrait of a marriage weathering a storm, reflects on love, relationships and life’s demands - a relatable, bittersweet story of ordinary people.

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Beanpole

Beanpole

Mon 24 Feb, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Guardian
★★★★ Variety

Post WWII, two young women struggle to rebuild their lives among the ruins. Visually vibrant, Beanpole examines female resilience, trauma, hope and humanity.

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Le Brio

Le Brio

Mon 2 Mar, 5pm

On her first day of university, Neïla clashes with controversial law professor Pierre. Tainted with racial slurs and a following a viral scandal, Pierre is given once chance to redeem himself.

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Arracht

Arracht

Mon 2 Mar, 8pm

Virgin Media Dublin International Film Festival

Ireland 1845. As famine progresses, a fisherman unable to protect his family is subsumed by darkness until a helpless little girl saves him from despair.

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Corpus Christi

Corpus Christi

Mon 16 Mar, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★ The Guardian

Inspired by real events, this Polish drama sees a recently converted young offender mistakenly thrust into the role of village priest after he is released on parole.

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Parasite

Parasite

Mon 6 Apr, 5pm & 8pm

​★★★★★ The Irish Times
​★★★★ The Guardian

In this suspenseful black comedy, Ki-woo is provides private English lessons to the teenage daughter of a wealthy household. But it isn’t’ long before he devises a plan to use this opportunity to his family’s best advantage.

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The Lighthouse

The Lighthouse

Mon 13 Apr, 5pm & 8pm

★★★★★ The Irish Times
★★★★★ The Telegraph

This psychological thriller, shot on 35mm black-and-white film, uses hypnotic sound design combined with otherworldly imagery.