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Davy Chou’s latest sees a young woman (newcomer Park Ji-Min) raised in France return to South Korea in search of her parents – an unexpected and enchanting story of self-discovery. Where to Watch: UK cinemas When: 5 May RETURN TO SEOUL

Erige Sehiri’s third feature film became Tunisia’s Oscar contender this year – a tender entry into the slow-cinema canon, concerning the ripeness of youth and the passing of time. Where to Watch: UK cinemas When: 19 May UNDER THE FIG TREES

Discover what your must-sees are for this month at the Arts Picturehouse Picturehouse Picks


NATIONAL THEATRE LIVE: BEST OF ENEMIES David Harewood ( Homeland ) and Zachary Quinto ( Star Trek ) are on opposing sides of the political chessboard in this theatrical thriller. Jeremy Herrin directs as the two presidential candidates take to the airwaves to battle it out. 30 May, 12pm

MULHOLLAND DRIVE David Lynch’s characteristically surrealist neo-noir returns once again to the big screen after being voted one of the top ten greatest films of all time by critics invited to vote by Sight and Sound . The darkly wry take on Hollywood is well worth a re-watch, or indeed, a first watch. 27 May, 8pm

Weaving documentary, archival material and scripted elements, this fusion film charts the rise of Michael J Fox – the boy from the army base who conquered 80s Hollywood. This tribute addresses the actor’s struggle with Parkinson’s with intimacy and nuance. 13 May, 5.30pm


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