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Benoît Poelvoorde


When Quentin Dupieux made Rubber, he created one of the most unusual, unlikely and offbeat horror films the world has ever seen. It seemed incomprehensible that he could out-strange a film about a serial-killing tyre, but he continues to make uniquely off-the-wall cinema. Whether it’s a man obsessed by a jacket, men trying to domesticate …

There have always been religious films since the invention of motion pictures. Early films such as Ben Hur: A Tale of the Christ and Cecil B DeMille’s King of Kings wetted audiences appetites of silent cinema audience. Since then, The Ten Commandments, Ben-Hur and The Passion of Christ are probably the most well-known. In The …