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Viktoria

Bulgaria | 2014 | 155 minutes | Maya Vitkova

Oddball humor, social commentary, and mother-daughter dynamics combust as Boryana’s daughter Viktoria is born without an umbilical cord—and proclaimed the “Socialist Baby of the Decade.” Viktoria is lavished with gifts by the state until her life unravels with the 1989 political collapse.

We Are the Best!

Sweden | 2013 | 102 minutes | Lukas Moodysson

In 1982 Stockholm, three 13-year-old misfits deal with their suffocating surroundings, as well as the onslaught of adolescence, by forming a riotous, all-girl punk trio. Based on the graphic novel “Never Goodnight” by Coco Moodysson.

West

Germany | 2013 | 98 minutes | Christian Schwochow

From the director of Cracks in the Shell (SIFF 2012) comes another spellbinding, harrowing tale of identity and empowerment. In 1975, Nelly and her son escape to West Germany for a new start, and question all they knew about the man in their lives.

Wetlands

Germany | 2013 | 109 minutes | David F. Wnendt

Unapologetically vulgar and played out with sparkling energy, Wetlands follows fearless teenager Helen’s coming of age escapades. Based on Charlotte Roche’s worldwide bestseller, styled as a Ya “Fifty Shades of Grey.”

You Must Be Joking

USA | 2014 | 91 minutes | Jake Wilson

Barb is an aimless, confrontational 27-year-old paralegal in this edgy comedy of reinvention. Sas Goldberg gives a frenetic, biting performance as a listless woman inspired by her childhood best friend, a ballet dancer, to pick up her long-shelved passion for standup comedy.

Yves Saint Laurent

France | 2014 | 101 minutes | Jalil Lespert

Festival screenings have passed. Playing at SIFF Cinema starting July 4. Click here for more.

“Fashions fade, style is eternal.” This high-drama journey through the life of innovative haute couturier Laurent begins in the late ‘50s with romance and a bourgeoning career.

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