Even with its painfully slow and deliberate pacing one still doesn’t get much more insight into Rodin the man, just his lifestyle.
Brian Cox puts in a riveting performance in this biopic about a doubtful Churchill in the hours before D-Day.
Cohen Film Collection offers up three films from Nouvelle vague auteur Claude Chabol loosely connected by themes of love, loss, and suspicion in gorgeous restorations on Blu-ray.
This forgotten film noir earned Joan Crawford an Oscar nomination and is now ready for rediscovery in this new 2K restoration Blu-ray release from Cohen Film Collection.
The lavishly filmed, faithful adaptation of E.M. Forster’s tragic tale of rigid class distinctions in early 20th century England gets a beautiful 4K restoration on Blu-ray.
Thomas Bidegain (‘A Prophet’) submits a powerful directorial debut with this gripping and poignant journey of suspicion, paranoia, and despair.
Director Benoît Jacquot returns to the scandalous 1900 novel for this third film adaptation, but finds little inspiration where both Jean Renoir and Luis Buñuel found plenty.
Two minor Douglas Sirk films from the 1940s are brought together by Cohen Film Collection and ready for reassessment.
Two estranged brothers in rural Iceland fight to preserve their sheep from culling in the poignant film ‘Rams’ on Blu–ray from Cohen Media Group.
Fellini’s surreal journey through the world of women, 1980’s ‘City of Women,’ arrives on Blu-ray from Cohen Film Collection.