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Adapted from its original setting in Ancient Britain to the modern and gritty context of urban gang warfare, "Cymbeline" centers on a war between unscrupulous cops and a drug-dealing biker gang, and the drug overlord Cymbeline (Ed Harris) who is at the center of this explosive and incendiary conflict. Directed by Michael Almereyda.

Diary of a Chambermaid
Based on a 1900 French novel of the same name by Octave Mirbeau, "Diary of a Chambermaid" stars LéaSeydoux as the titular chambermaid Célestine, a young and ambitious servant much famed for her beauty. Having just arrived in the French countryside from Paris to work for the provincial Lanlaire family, Célestine meets Joseph (Vincent Lindon), a reserved and mysterious gardener who catches her fancy. Directed by BenoîtJacquot. 

I Kissed a Girl

"I Kissed a Girl" finds the perennially endearing Jérémie (PioMarmaï) waking up next to the beautiful and charming Adna (Adrianna Gradziel) after a raucous night out. In spite of his impending nuptials with his boyfriend of ten years, Antoine (LannickGautry), and being out of the closet for much longer, Jérémie cannot help but be drawn to the spontaneous and delightful Adna, making him question the truths and facts he had previously taken for granted. Directed by NoémieSaglio and MaximeGovare.

Desert Dancer
Based on the true, remarkable story of Afshin Ghaffarian, an Iranian dancer and choreographer, "Desert Dancer" follows Afshin (Reece Ritchie), a dance enthusiast who learns to craft and hone his passion through illegally attained videos of Michael Jackson and Gene Kelly. During the particularly turbulent 2009 presidential election in Iran, Afshin and his friends and fellow dancers, including Elaheh (Freida Pinto), risk their lives to form an underground dance company, with immense personal ramifications. Directed by Richard Raymond.

The considerably polarizing film of 2014, "Selma" chronicles the harrowingly inspiring back story of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s (David Oyelowo) courageous and triumphant quest to secure voting rights for the disenfranchised blacks of America through concerted marches and demonstrations from Selma to Montgomery, Alabama, the state's capital, ultimately culminating in then-President Lyndon B. Johnson (Tom Wilkinson) proposing to Congress decisive legislation to eliminate restrictions on voting for black citizens. Directed by Ava DuVernay.

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