THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME
1923, Universal, 133 min, USA, Dir: Wallace Worsley

Universal 's 1923 super-production was the first big-screen adaptation of Victor Hugo's classic novel. Lon Chaney stars as Quasimodo, the bell ringer of Notre Dame, who falls in love with gypsy girl Esmeralda (Patsy Ruth Miller) in 15th century Paris.


THE WITCH WHO CAME FROM THE SEA
1976, AGFA, 86 min, United States, Dir: Matt Cimber

Famed for his work on 1980s cult sensation “GLOW: Gorgeous Ladies of Wrestling,” director Matt Cimber tells the psychedelic horror tale of Molly (Millie Perkins), who is haunted by childhood trauma and abuse. With her reality distorted, Molly looks for answers by seducing and murdering men - but the blood she sheds gives her little comfort and instead drives her deeper into personal darkness.


ALWAYS
1989, Universal, 122 min, USA, Dir: Steven Spielberg

Based on the WWII drama A GUY NAMED JOE, this moving fantasy-romance is among director Steven Spielberg’s most underrated films. Warned by girlfriend Holly Hunter and colleague John Goodman that he takes too many risks, aerial firefighter Richard Dreyfuss resolves to take a safer job - but one last mission turns him from a pilot into a guardian angel. Audrey Hepburn costars in her final big-screen appearance.


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