Caveira My Friend 1970

The adventures of a gang of thieves and murderers led by violent Caveirinha. A radical disruption proposal from the postulates of the Cinema Novo, a film with a loose narrative structure. Through the actions of a group of outlaws, the director sews in scenes that propose iconoclasm and elation as forms of opposition to the military dictatorship oppression.

We Came From the War 1979

Early years after the war. The bourgeoisie is falling, and they are being taxed for their profits during WWII. Abdyl is an accountt who helps the bourgeoisie and fascist collaborators by hiding their gold in his home and manipulating documents.

Tell Gordon Hello

Tell Gordon Hello was spawned off of Morgan Rodner's love of two things: film and comics. During a writer's block that all artists come across at some point in their lifetime, Rodner met Paul Louis Harrell while directing another short film. Rodner soon discovered that Harrell had a pastime of playing the Joker on Hollywood Blvd for tips which was the catalyst that put the wheels into motion for Tell Gordon Hello. - Written by Morgan Rodner

I don't know, I didn't hear, I didn't see 1984

Night time Sofia in the middle of the 80s. Bus 108 is doing its final route towards the Lyulin neighbourhood. A short altrecation between the passengers finishes with the death of one of them. While investigating the cruel crime the detectives from the militia face people's indifference.

Scars of Xavier

An introverted car wash attendant lives a secret second life prowling Prague's streets as a serial killer, until he meets a bartender he can't resist.

The Lonely Killer 1977

When Lin and his bride are murdered during their honeymoon in Macao by three Japanese men. Inspector Tsung Hsuan-tung, quits his post and goes alone to Japan for revenge.

Murders in Chicago

Although the title (which translates as "Murders in Chicago") promises a gangster story, this is more of a murder mystery that kicks off with the seemingly accidental death of a construction worker, followed shortly after by that of a noted publisher (an uneasy-looking Eduardo Fajardo). What follows is a very confusing story in which the police, a police coroner (José Campos) and a vagrant (Fernando Sánchez Polack) who witnessed Fajardo's death embark on separate inquests on what actually happened. Meanwhile, June (María Luisa Rubio), who works as a secretary for the publishing company, is under pressure by a blackmailer (Antonio Jiménez Escribano) who has pictures of her in the sack with the deceased publisher.