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Lie to Me   (2009)

L’enfant d’en haut   (2012)

Country | France, Switzerland

Running Time | 97 Minutes
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Directed by | Ursula Meier | Cinematography by | Agnès Godard | Editing by | Nelly Quettier
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New Year’s Eve   (2011)

Country | USA

Running Time | 113 Minutes
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Directed by | Garry Marshall | Cinematography by | Charles Minsky | Editing by | Michael Tronick
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Struck by Lightning   (2012)

Country | USA

Running Time | 90 Minutes
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Directed by | Brian Dannelly | Cinematography by | Bobby Bukowski | Editing by | Tia Nolan
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Five   (2011)

3 Geezers!   (2013)

Country | USA

Running Time | 81 Minutes
Directed by | Michelle Schumacher | Cinematography by | Pete Villani | Editing by | Michelle Schumacher
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In Time   (2011)

Country | USA

Running Time | 109 Minutes
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Directed by | Andrew Niccol | Cinematography by | Roger Deakins | Editing by | Zach Staenberg
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Thanks for Sharing   (2012)

Country | USA

Running Time | 112 Minutes
Directed by | Stuart Blumberg | Cinematography by | Yaron Orbach | Editing by | Anne McCabe
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The Avengers   (2012)

Wild Bill   (2011)

Country | UK

Running Time | 98 Minutes
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Directed by | Dexter Fletcher | Cinematography by | George Richmond | Editing by | Stuart Gazzard
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La tête haute   (2015)

Country | France

Running Time | 120 Minutes
Directed by | Emmanuelle Bercot | Cinematography by | Guillaume Schiffman | Editing by | Julien Leloup
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Say Something Funny   (2016)

Glamour Dolls   (2016)

Country | UK

Running Time | 95 Minutes
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Directed by | John De Luca | Cinematography by | Graham Martyr | Editing by | Dominick Gallagher, Paul Lumsden
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