1996 New Movies

The English Patient0%The English Patient
7Our
rating
2:42:00

Storyline:Egypt, just before World War II: Hungarian Count Laszlo Almasy (Ralph Fiennes) explores the desert as a member of the Royal Geographic Society in England to create maps for geographers and archaeologists. When German army units shoot him down, he is picked up by an English convoy and cared for by French Red Cross sister Hana (Juliette Binoche). Almasy barely survived the crash; his body, his face burnt beyond recognition, his internal organs badly damaged. Almasy also suffers from amnesia. Hana decides to leave the convoy with Almasy to take care of him. In a monastery ruin in Tuscany, both settle down. They are joined by two close-knit experts from the British Army for disarming bombs: the Sikh Kip (Naveen Andrews) and Hardy (Kevin Whately). Kip and Hana love each other. Finally, the mysterious Caravaggio (Willem Dafoe) emerges from the ruin and meets Almasy with suspicion, without Hana initially knowing why.

Fargo0%Fargo
8Our
rating
1:38:00

Storyline:Jerry Lundegaard (William H. Macy), a stuffy car dealer, is almost broke. He's speculating on the money of his wealthy father-in-law, Wade Gustafson (Harve Presnell), but he does not move out that fast. Jerry comes up with the ultimate idea: He hires two cops (Steve Buscemi and Peter Stormare) to kidnap his wife (Kristin Rudrüd). Of the ransom, which of course is not Jerry, but his father-in-law should pay, a part goes to the gangsters, the rest helps Jerry from the financial misery. Actually, a simple plan, but Jerry has overestimated the intellectual size of the criminals and everything goes wrong, which can go wrong. The bloody planned fictitious crime is a brutal rampage, which demands many innocent victims. The equally smart and highly pregnant small town policewoman Marge Gunderson (Frances McDormand) follows the heels of the violent gangster duo ...

Trainspotting0%Trainspotting
8Our
rating
1:33:00

Storyline:Mark Renton (Ewan McGregor) is down and mostly high. Every day, the Scot takes a shot, pulls one or takes anesthetizing pills to himself. Always with him - his junkie friends Spud (Ewen Bremner), Sick Boy (Jonny Lee Miller), Begbie (Robert Carlyle) and Tommy (Kevin McKidd). For the clique, daily drug use is a natural part of life. But when one of them goes to jail and another has to make a forced withdrawal, Mark starts thinking. Maybe it would be better to be clean and live a civil life?