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    All My Dreams on VHS
    England
    James dreams every night. Fortunately, due to an amazing new technology, he has the ability to record all of them straight to VHS and watch them again at his leisure. When Erica, a sexy colleague at work stops by one evening, she finds something surprising amongst the titles. Curiosity gets the better of her. While he steps out for a minute, she pops in a tape with her name on it. What happens when subconscious dreams become public? Written and directed by Timothy X Atack. Principal cast: O.T. Fagbenle and Gugu Mbatha-Raw.
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    - To learn more about the filmmaker visit timatack.co.uk.

    Caresse
    Holland
    An unexpected blizzard forces Victor to spend a lonely Christmas Eve in a Baltimore hotel. Stranded in a foreign country, he decides to get a companion for the night. When the beautiful woman sits down next to him at the bar, the line between real love and paid love gets blurred. Written and directed by Jim Taihuttu. Principal cast: Pierre Bokma, Sylvia Hoeks and Frank Sheppard.
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    - To learn more about the film visit caressedefilm.nl.

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    [Original air date: Sun, Jun 20, 2010]

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