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- Nice to meet you. - It's my pleasure.
You shouldn't have.
It's OK. He's got the money.
- So that's Julie. - Hi, Julie.
Say hello to Vincent, Julie.
He won't bite!
What's wrong? Usually never so shy.
That suit scares her!
Don't make fun of me!
- Come on in... - Let me take your coat.
I'll put the flowers in a vase.
Let me show you the apartment.
This here...
This is my refuge.
You've got a lot of equipment.
You've made a real sound studio.
It's not professional equipment.
But it's a start.
- Do you give concerts? - No.
Just play for myself orwith friends.
- Let's hear something. - I'm not ready yet.
I'd really like to hear.
But I'm still a little nervous.
I'd ratheryou listen when it's ready.
So what else are you up to?
A lot.
- I'm always working. - I see...
- You're a kept man! - Not at all.
I'm happyto work.
He concentrates on his music and takes care of the little one.
He'll soon be calling me a pimp!
Really, it's true...
Geneva isn't a very lively city.
It's very cosmopolitan.
But I'm always seeing the same faces.
Either major corporate guys or bankers.
Movers and shakers like you.
Stop kidding around.
I don't shake up a whole lot.
But your job seems so interesting.
It must be so gratifying to be helping out Africa.
Better than working for some private company.
Yes, I'm very happy.
But I've only had the post for a month and a half.
I don't feel as if I've helped yet.
Don't be so modest.
- It's great what you do. - You're making fun again.
Not at all.
I'm sincerely happy foryou!
I think it's true. He admires you a lot!
Don't go too far.
It'll go to his head.
You call that admiration?
I didn't invite you here to declare my love! It's betterthan that.
I feel much better.
Don't you know what I mean?
Fred told me about the Swiss venture.
I never thought you'd be interested.
Why shouldn't I be?
You told Fred, Serge and who knows how many others.
Can't I want money?
Sorry, I just never thought...
In fact, we're very interested.
We put a little money aside.
Only 1 2,000 francs, but...
I don't want to talk about this.
Not with you two!
Why not? We want to.
What is it? 1 2,000 isn't enough?
It's not that. But small sums
don't make a whole lot.
- I can't lie to you. - Those 1 2,000...
You can't do much with 1 2,000 francs.
I really don't know.
You might need to have it available on your account.
You must know it can't be recuperated quickly
if times get tough.
That's just it.
We've been holding it for years in case times get tough.
It's getting a little absurd.
I'm getting the impression
this is making you uneasy. It shouldn't!
I'd like to do something with you.
What are you afraid of?
Nothing... Ifyou want to...
Give him the cheque and get it overwith.
Or do you prefer cash?
Not for a sum like that.
I'll put it in my account instead of opening one foryou.
I hope you both realise...
I'm not promising miracles. Don't expect a gold mine.
That's not what Fred told us.
I'll give you a receipt.
Don't bother, Vincent.
We don't need a receipt from you.
Hey, Dad. You scared me.
- It's late for you to be out. - It's OK.
It's cool! Take me for a ride?
I'm dead tired.
Just a quick ride.
It's really late. Your mother must be worried.
She knows. I was at a friend's.
Anyway, she trusts me.
Fine, but I don't want you running around at night.
That's that.
- Good night, Julien. - Good night.
Are you coming to bed?
I'm not sleepy.
And I didn't want to wake you.
Things aren't going the way I had hoped.
I knew it would take time to adapt.
I didn't think it would be this hard.
You only started a few weeks ago.
Doesn't it take some time to settle in?
Don't you think so?
I get along well with my colleagues. That's not the problem.
They're easy to talk to.
Good atmosphere.
But still perverse.
That makes lying easy,
tell myself everything's fine.
That's a lie.
I'm afraid I'll disappoint.
Afraid of what?
Afraid I'll disappoint.
Afraid I won't make the grade.
You've had these worries before, but you always handle it.
I can't handle anything right now.
I'm just being carried along.
Sometimes I don't even know what I'm supposed to do.
Nor what's expected of me.
So I start to panic.
A simple phone call becomes overwhelming.
This week, I went from meeting to meeting.
No time to think things over or take a step back.
I can't think anymore.
My mind is blank.
I look around me...
At the people I supposedly work with.
I only see total strangers.
Like my mind going blank...
Sorry. I'm just tired.
I didn't want to wake you.
It's OK. I just dozed off.
I worked late last night.
Can we talk?
Yes, of course.
- Thanks, Fati. - You're welcome.
So tell me about it...
How does it work?
I'm in contact
with a small bank via a colleague.
It handles Russian investments.
That makes me nervous.
Isn't that risky?
Investment in emerging markets?
That makes it interesting.
400% gains on the Moscow market of 1 998...
You won't find that anywhere else.
That's one way to look at it.
But don't forget:
the same market, that same year...
Iost 200%% of its value in a single day.
I never said there weren't risks.
I don't know...
You're more convincing with your friends.
I don't know... You're the one who contacted me.
I didn't mean to offend you.
Sorry, really sorry...
Your story just isn't clear.
Excuse me. I'll be right back.
- Is something wrong? - I'll be right back.
I'll take care of it. Don't worry.
Excuse me...
- Feeling better? - Yes, I'm fine.
Have a seat.
I think we've met before!
No, I'm sure. You slept in the car park.
I kicked him out before.
I think you're mistaken.
I don't make mistakes. I memorise faces.
It's OK, Stan... I'm talking with the gentleman.
OK, Jean-Michel.
Would you like something else?
The same thing.
Fati! Two coffees, please.
I started to get suspicious.
That last time when you were with friends...
I thought it was weird.
You didn't seem to believe what you were saying.
Is there any truth in your story?
I don't know... I don't know you...
Let's start from the beginning...
You aren't working in Switzerland?
I'm out of a job for about...
3 months, 3 and 1 /2...
- You're on the dole? - Not even.
I haven't gotten around to that.
My wife doesn't know.
None of my family knows.
What about the money your friends give you?
Wait a minute!
We're just talking.
You seem all right. I'm not a policeman.
You can't really think that your story can last?
One day your friends will want their money.
Six months, maybe a year.
What will you do then?
I know it won't last long. I know...
But... it buys me some time.
For now...
You're out of your mind.
Aside from the ones I've seen,
have you convinced many people?
A few, yes.
I'm in touch with about a dozen persons.
All friends of yours?
More or less...
So, what should we do now?
Hi, Sylvie.
Come in.
Don't leave the door open.
Doors should be open or closed.
I insist that that one stays closed.
Have a seat. Relax.
See this watch?
1 5,000 francs in France.
I pay 200 in Poland.
I resell them for 1 000. Minimum quantities of 1 00.
Far from the 200%% risks
of emerging markets.
A little bulky.
But they sell well.
All this makes a lot of money.
That's whyyour Swiss story interested me.
Stan gives me a hand, but that's not enough.
So what I'm proposing you
is a place in my organisation.
Modest, but lucrative, as you can imagine.
I don't think I'm interested.
You don't seem to have many other options.
Have you heard of training for development?
Leave out the terminology!
Quiet down or it's off to bed!
I don't want to hear it! Play quietly, OK?
You're wrong, Dad.
I'll agree that training for development
might sound self-important.
But it's no empty term.
I was really surprised to see
that the UN-NGO Committee
uses only six UN representatives out of 26 persons.
The other 20 persons are NGO members.
So those in the field are in charge
of showing us local situations.
I know all about those outfits.
It's mostly about never-ending meetings
without any results!
For example...
- What decisions are made? - To put it simply...
We help create companies in developing countries.
It's a little more complicated than just that.
We propose financing to start up the company.
But we also follow up as executive consultants.
Are you dreaming? Consulting in Africa!
So you really believe that?
Not just beliefs, I see it in action.
What's really interesting is your specific task...
That fairtrade stuff.
- That's used for coffee. - Don't believe it...
That's nonsense!
All these small private initiatives never solved
the problems of under-developed nations.
We all know there's no global answer to the problem.
- I know, Muriel. - Just forget it!
It's important to attempt these efforts.
It's good that Vincent is involved.
But it won't change the world.
Typical remark of an old arse!
That's enough, Vincent.
Don't be silly. I'm not attacking you.
If anyone is happy for your post, it's me.
But if we're not allowed to talk about your job...
Stop it. That's enough! It's time for bed.
Get to bed.
Tonight you're going to bed early.
Good night, kids.
- Another kiss, Mom! - Go to sleep!
Are you all settled in your apartment?
Not much decor, but it's comfortable.
Lots of light?
Yes, it's very nice.
But I'm mostly there at night.
There is a view of the lake if I stretch my neck far enough.
Do you cook when you're alone?
I usually just order pizzas.
I never invite anyone over,
so the kitchen isn't fully equipped.
Only a cafetiere for the mornings.
Just like a bachelor!
We could go and visit you.
If you'd like.
But Geneva isn't very beautiful.
We already know Geneva!
We're not interested in the city.
We want to see your apartment. See how you're living.
Whatever you want...
After all the money I put into that apartment!
I think I'm allowed to visit!
Don't start!
It cost me a bit to get settled in and I had to change cars.
But I can start paying you back next month.
That's not what your father meant.
We'd just like to go and spend a day with you.
Vincent promised to take me soon. I'll tell you all about it.
Good. It's been a long time since the two of you went away.
Without the kids! That will do us some good.
I'll go and kiss the kids.
They're probably already asleep.
What are you doing, Dad?
The border is coming up.
Drive slowly.
The road isn't cleared of snow.
You're certainly focused!
I love to drive.
When I first started working,
driving was my favourite part.
Alone in the car...
Thinking about nothing...
Smoking and listening to music...
I could do it for hours.
I think the onlything I really liked about my job
was the trips.
That ended up turning against me.
It felt so good in my car,
I had difficulty leaving it.
Sometimes I drove 200 miles for an appointment.
At the last minute, without thinking, I wouldn't turn off.
I just kept driving.
My boss started to get annoyed.
But things could have been worse.
They felt I no longer fit in.
No one tried to keep me. Negotiating my departure was easy.
Why didn't you tell your wife?
I don't know...
Maybe it was just easier to play along.
3 cartons for tomorrow.
Not before 1 1. I'm tired.
I'll get the other 3.
300 watches!
Not bad!
We'll straighten up later.
Let's get something to eat.
Everything OK?
I was afraid you wouldn't be here.
What about your apartment?
We're not headed for the city.
What are you up to?
- I've got a surprise. - Now I'm really scared!
What's all that for?
A short hike in the mountains.
I see you've thought of everything.
- Come on. - It's cold!
This way, I can tell you...
the whole truth...
The feet, the legs... OK.
Too bad you've lost those nice thighs!
- OK. - Whew!
Getting a little thicker up here, but I like it.
There's something that bothers me.
- Stomach? - No, not that.
Yourtits are starting to sag.
You're so harsh!
Mine are sagging, too. Why should you be spared?
Will we see your apartment tomorrow?
You really want to?
That's partly the reason I came!
But I guess we don't have to.
You don't seem like you want to.
What's going on?
Is your job getting you down?
I want you to tell me if something is bothering you.
No, it's not that.
I want to be with you, away from all that.
The apartment isn't important.
What's wrong in Geneva?
Everything is fine.
You won't talk about it?
Are you OK?
Yeah, I'm fine.
Did you think you had lost me?
Admit it's strange. See it from Philippe's point of view.
We gave the money 2 months ago and we have hardly any news.
I did keep you updated.
What did Philippe expect after 2 months?
He gave you 1 50,000 francs.
He has the right to ask for specifics.
I answered your questions. I gave you updates on the values.
What more does he want?
I think he was hoping to be in direct contact with the bank.
That would be more practical.
Does he want the number?
Yeah, I think so.
That's out of the question.
He mustn't call the bank from France.
I called you for some explanation.
I have to tell you...
I'm perplexed.
So Philippe wants his money back. Is that it?
Admit that you're vague.
No problem, I'll reimburse him!
I don't think you understand. He won't be the only one.
I understand perfectly well. You're the one who's suspicious.
I have no problem giving you both your money back!
This is really upsetting. I don't know what to say.
I don't know what to think.
I don't know what to say either.
I never knew we'd make so much money!
Take your share. It's the end of the month.
How much did we say?
You know it's 40,000!
Would you mind giving me an advance?
How much?
You're not shy!
What's happening? Paying your friends back?
Yeah, that's it.
Well, go on.
What's this notebook?
The orange notebook?
My biography.
Read it. I have nothing to hide.
So you worked in public relations?
For a while.
I had a friend in politics.
His party needed money.
And so did I!
We schemed around together.
I was stupid, a little naive.
I took a bit of dough on the way.
A fine of 1,500,000 francs!
And locked up for a year.
But I shouldn't complain.
My daughter Annie made this notebook.
She calls it my pressbook.
She pasted and noted...
The whole story.
She did a good job.
I didn't know you had a daughter.
1 9 years old...
I don't see her much anymore.
I get the impression she liked me better
when I was in prison.
Must be strange to lose everything
I don't feel any worse today.
It was hard at first.
But now...
I feel free of all that.
Today I'll only take good merchandise.
Last time, 25%% was defective.
Don't make me cry!
Do you want to see the defects?
You sell enough. You can afford it.
In any case, this business is risky.
- So 500 polos... - Hi, darling.
How are you?
I had a good weekend, too.
I felt better than ever.
Hold on, darling. Just a second...
Sure you're all right?
I promise we'll do it again.
We'll go back this Spring.
I'm waiting for a meeting.
As usual, everyone is late.
Hello, Muriel.
Just a colleague. Forget it.
How are you, Muriel?
Sure, he knows your name. I do speak about you.
I know lots about you.
Shut up!
I'd love to meet you sometime.
She'd like to meet you, too.
Here's 30,000.
I'll give you the rest later.
I'll call you later tonight.
What's going on, Muriel?
I miss you, too.
Are you all right?
You sound a little strange.
I sound strange?
I don't think so.
I've got to go stop the kids from fighting.
I've got to go referee.
I love you, too.
Jeff, I'm passing you a call to your office.
- Take your owed days! - Easily said.
Yes, I remember.
Is Vincent OK?
I don't know. Hold on...
Daddy! Daddy!
Why did you choose judo instead of another discipline?
Like Aikido or Tae Kwon Dwe?
- Tae Kwon Do! - Are you making fun of me?
Those are trendy sports. All that interior equilibrium!
I know what you mean. You don't like that New Age stuff.
It's too showy. Like those things...
That close combat stuff...
- I won't allow it! - No need.
That doesn't interest me. Those guys are scary.
Don't you want to be like Jean-Claude Van Damme?
Julien forgot to mention that judo takes up all his time.
You can't complain. I get good grades.
Be grateful, Vincent.
You have a kid with a passion.
If I had a kid, I'd want him to dream
about the future.
What do you do exactly?
Pardon me? Sorry, I was still thinking about Aikido.
I have no idea what you do. Do you work in his department?
It's rare for Vincent to bring home a colleague.
I'll tell you right away.
I'm lucky enough not to work with him.
I'm the lucky one!
We know each other because we're on the same floor.
I work in connection with the European Commission...
Their anti-fraud sector.
You fight drug traffic?
You like that idea! But I deal with fake goods.
That's less serious.
I fight to show how serious it is.
It's no minor crime.
If I see Reeboks at half-price, it makes no difference to me.
The poor quality quickly wears out.
What do you know?
My friends have fake ones just as solid as the real thing.
Your Dad might not know. But I guarantee you it's shit!
Run around the track 3 times and the soles wear out!
Plus it's illegal.
That's serious!
That wouldn't stop me if I knew where
to find Reeboks at half-price. I'd buy them.
If you really like sports shoes, then you go to Italy.
Around Naples.
Are they specialists?
Naples specialises in clothes. T-shirts, sweats.
Florence would interest you less.
They handle leather goods.
Turin is more luxury items.
Jewellery, precious metals, watches.
If you know all that, then why not stop them?
It's not that easy. We know of 200 factories
in Tuscany alone that makes imitations.
Everything's out in the open.
They also make legal products. That's why it's not easy.
How to distinguish between
the legal and parallel economies?
It's a problem.
Is something wrong, Muriel?
I'm fine... I felt a little dizzy.
Do you want to take a rest?
I'm fine. I guess I drank too much.
Don't you want some air?
It's a little warm in here.
No, it's OK.
- I'll go with you. - Not necessary.
I spoke to Jeffrey.
What does he want now?
We spoke...
Where's Jean-Michel?
He had breakfast and went up for a shower.
The van is loaded. You can go.
Can I have a coffee, Fati?
Of course.
Stan, come here!
What is that asshole doing?
- See your friend? - What's wrong?
Take a look!
What's going on? Has he flipped?
Forget it.
What are you doing here?
Sorry, I was just passing by.
You should have phoned. Come and have a bite with us.
Sorry, I don't have the time. I'm just dropping this off.
What is it?
Your money with interest. 1 5,000 francs.
Why bring it to me now?
Please don't ask for explanations.
You can't just leave like that!
3000 francs interest in 3 months! Why stop?
I have to stop.
Is something wrong?
No, don't worry.
I'm not worried, but you seem worried.
I feel a little responsible.
If it's the money, it really doesn't matter.
But you need this money.
You and Jeanne can't just let yourselves...
Be careful with your money.
What's all this about? What do you mean?
We're friends, like Fred. Tell us what's wrong.
I'll call you, OK?
Are you happy?
- Hi, Vincent. - You couldn't leave Muriel alone?
She called me.
- What? - Yes, she called me.
Haven't you messed up enough?
You're not well. It's obvious.
What are you talking about?
That's just it. I'm trying to understand.
Don't touch me!
Take it easy!
Forget about me! Did you hear?
You know what? You're ridiculous!
You idiot!
Hello, we're not home now.
Leave us a message and we'll get back to you.
Muriel, it's me...
I've had a really bad day. I don't feel well.
I've decided to come home.
I'm on the road.
I'll be back around 9::30 or 1 0.
I hope you'll all be there.
I love you.
Daddy's home!
Hey, little monster.
How was school? Was the teacher nice?
- I had a fight with Youssouf. - Were you hurt?
No, he got hurt.
Hi, Alice.
How's my girl?
Did you have a good day?
- Mommy's making pasta. - Really?
I don't like it.
You won't give us trouble, will you?
She always says that, but then she's happy to eat it.
Hello, you.
Where's Julien?
In his room.
He'll come down soon.
Julien, are you coming?
What are you doing?
I'm calling Julien!
Do you need help, Muriel?
It's OK. It's almost ready.
Your hair has gotten long!
No, it hasn't!
Yes, time for a haircut.
I don't want to go!
You can't stay like that.
I can stay like that!
Did you fight with your sister?
No fights.
I didn't fight, crazy man!
Talking like that to me, you're crazy.
Crazy isn't a bad word.
But it's not very nice.
Is Julien coming down?
Julien, will you come down? It's almost ready.
You're sleepy.
Julien, come down. Your father's home.
I don't want to see him.
Supper's ready. Come down.
I'm not hungry. I don't want to see him.
- I'm not disturbing anyone! - I still want you to come down.
But I don't want to see him! Stop insisting.
What's wrong with him?
Don't make matters more complicated.
I won't eat with him. He's a bastard!
You sit and face him!
He makes me sick!
- That's enough! - Leave me alone!
Why doesn't he want to come down?
Leave him, he's not hungry.
- Let me speak to him. - Let him be.
Can't I speak to my son?
Why won't you say anything?
What's wrong with all of you?
Are you scared of me?
You're scared, is that it?
What's wrong? Tell me!
You know what's wrong!
No, tell me!
You know... You bullshit us!
You laughed at us!
What's wrong?
Just tell me.
What's different?
Was I away too much?
Didn't I take care of all of you?
That's it... It took me some time.
You know, it's not that easy.
So you think I'm a bastard?
But nothing changed foryou.
Are you aware of that?
I did that so you could live like nothing happened...
I could have just run off. You know that?
I could have run off.
Let him go.
Let him go. You're scaring him.
Come on...
We'll talk, just the two of us.
I have nothing to say.
What do you want? I have nothing to say.
Your father is coming by.
He wants to talk.
What the hell is he coming here for?
Did you ask him to come?
I don't feel like seeing him.
I'm really sorry.
What are you sorry about?
Stop it, Vincent.
I don't understand why he's coming here.
I have nothing to say.
I'm just tired.
You can't possibly know how tired I am.
I think I just won't go to work this week.
I need a rest.
What are you all doing there?
Are you just going to watch me all night?
You're all...
completely sick!
Can you hear...
Don't hang up!
Where are you?
It's not serious, you know? Money problems can be worked out.
If you don't want to talk, we won't talk.
You don't have to explain anything.
This will be forgotten in a month. We all know that!
Just answer us...
Vincent, it's me.
I'm alone. Just us two.
Won't you answer me?
Have you stopped driving? What's happening?
Can't you say something?
I'm sure you're listening.
Ifyou're listening, it must mean you'll speak to me.
I want to be with you.
I miss you.
Don't destroy everything...
Don't leave me all alone...
I'm tired, Vincent.
I love you.
I was at DR Consulting for 5 years. It was a learning experience.
What position did you hold?
I was a financial consultant.
I decided to go to Partner.
And you stayed on 1 1 years?
1 1 years with Partner is good experience.
But you decided to leave? Can you tell me why?
I felt I was going around in circles.
I didn't see any new opportunities.
I'm someone who functions on enthusiasm.
You stopped working for 7 months!
What happened? You hadn't prepared your departure...
I did a lot of prospecting in that period.
I chose to take my time and find a job
which would fully satisfy me.
I understand. That's a quality...
to know how to wait.
Especially after 1 1 years with the same company.
It's important to reflect on the right moment.
Knowing what we can give to and what we expect of a company.
Your father says you' re not short on ambition.
I think those things are connected.
Well, that's what he says.
Ambition is what drives a career.
We're offering you a high position.
A new area we've begun to develop.
We'll invest heavily.
A strategic financial adventure...
And, at least in our eyes,
a human adventure.
You'll have a team of 8 persons.
A team you'll have to mould.
We're offering you many challenges.
Your personal investment is required.
That is, if you are chosen.
To be clear...
I'm not trying to pressure you.
I just won't minimise yourtask.
But I'm not scared.
Then let's go overthe details,,,
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Taxi 3
Taxi Driver CD1
Taxi Driver CD2
Taxi para 3
Tea House Mouse
Teacher Kim Bong (2003 Korean) CD1
Teacher Kim Bong (2003 Korean) CD2
Teachers Pet
Team America
Team Spirit 2 2003
Tears Of The Sun
Teenage Caveman
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles - The Movie
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 3
Tell Me Something
Temps Du Loup Le
Ten Commandments The
Ten Minutes Older - The Cello
Tenant The
Teorema 1968
Terminator 1 Special Edition
Terminator 3 - Rise of the Machines
Terror Train
Tesis 1996
Tess CD1
Tess CD2
Tess CD3
Texas Chainsaw Massacre The
Texas Chainsaw Massacre The(2003)
Texas Rangers
The Corrs - Live At The Royal Albert Hall
The Corrs - Live at Lansdowne Road - Dublin
The Corrs - Live from Wembley Arena - London
The Corrs - MTV Unplugged
The Hire (Ambush) (Director John Frankenheimer) vo
The Hire (Beat The Devil) (Director Tony Scott) vo
The Hire - Season 2x1 - Hostage
The Hire - Season 2x2 - Ticker
The Hire - Season 2x3 - Beat the Devil
The History of the World - Part I
The Three Faces of Eve
Theres Something About Mary
They Call Me MISTER Tibbs CD1
They Call Me MISTER Tibbs CD2
They Call Us Misfits 1968
They Came to Cordura
They Drive by Night
Thin Red Line The
Thing The (1982 John Carpenter)
Thing from Another World The
Things Are Tough All Over
Thinner (Stephen Kings)
Third Man The
Third Wave The 2003
Thirteen Days
Thirteen Ghosts
This Girls Life
This girls life 2004
Thomas Crown Affair The
Thought Crimes (2003)
Thrashin 1986
Three Amigos
Three Colors Red
Three Colours Blue
Three Colours White
Three Days of the Condor
Three Kings 1999
Three Marias The
Three Men and a Baby (1987)
Three Musketeers The
Three To Tango 1999
Thrill of It All The
Thriller - A Cruel Picture (1974)
Through a Glass Darkly
Thunder Road (1958)
Thunderbirds Commentary
Thunderbolt and Lightfoot (1974)
Tian di xiong xin
Tie Me Up Tie Me Down
Tiempo de tormenta
Tierra (J Medem 1996)
Tiger on the Beat (1988)
Tigger Movie The
Time After Time CD1
Time After Time CD2
Time Bandits
Time Machine The
Time Machine The Tuxedo The
Time Out (2001) CD1
Time Out (2001) CD2
Time and Tide
Timecop 1994
Timecop 2 2003
Timemachine The
Timothy Learys - How To Operate Your Brain (1993)
Tin Men
Tin Star The (Anthony Mann 1957)
Tingler The
Tipping The Velvet
Tiptoes 2003
Titan A E
Titus 1999 CD1
Titus 1999 CD2
Tjeye Illusion
To Catch a Thief 1995
To Die For
To End All Wars CD1
To End All Wars CD2
To Kill A Mockingbird (1962)
To have and have not 1944
Tokyo Drifter
Tokyo Joe
Tokyo Raiders
Tokyo Story 1953 CD1
Tokyo Story 1953 CD2
Tokyo eyes 1998
Tom And Huck
Tomb Raider
Tomb Raider 2 CD1
Tomb Raider 2 CD2
Tomie - Replay
Tonari no Totoro
Toolbox Murders The
Top Gun
Tora-San Our Lovable Tramp (1969 Yamada Japanese)
Torpedo bombers (Torpedonosty)
Total Recall 1990
Totmacher Der 1995
Touch Of Pink A
Touch of Class A
Touch of Evil (1958)
Touch of Spice A
Touch of Zen A (1969) CD1
Touch of Zen A (1969) CD2
Tower of London
Towering Inferno The CD1
Towering Inferno The CD2
Tracker The
Trading Places
Tragedy of Macbeth The 1971
Trail Of The Pink Panther
Train The CD1
Train The CD2
Train The CD3
Transformers The Movie 1986
Transporter The
Treasure Planet
Tree With the Wooden Clogs The 1978 CD1
Tree With the Wooden Clogs The 1978 CD2
Tremors 3 Back to Perfection
Trespass CD1
Trespass CD2
Trip The (1967)
Triple Agent
Tristana 1970
Trois 2 - Pandoras Box 2002
Trouble In Paradise (1932)
Trouble With Harry The (Hitchcock 1955)
Trouble with Angels The 1966
Troy 2004 CD1
Troy 2004 CD2
True Confessions
True Lies 1994
True blue
Tuck Everlasting
Tucker The Man and His Dream 1988
Tupac Resurrection
Turn Left Turn Right
Tuxedo The
Tvilling 25fps
Twentieth Century 1934
Twins Effect 2 2004
Twins Effect The
Two Brothers
Two Can Play That Game
Two Champions Of Shaolin