Off Key 2001

A trio of opera singers are reunited by a wedding ten years after their stormy breakup.

Night Key 1937

The inventor of a new top-of-the-line burglar alarm system is kidnapped by a gang in order to get him to help them commit robberies.

The Key 2014

A disillusioned Los Angeles based married couple's twisted sexual relationship is told exclusively through their own private journal entries. What results is a visually stunning exploration of obsession, desperation, and lust in this deeply erotic, uncompromising, visually adventurous story of a marriage.

Latch Key 2005

Mom's out shopping and the gay boy is smooching with his buddy downstairs while his brother's upstairs with his girlfriend! When the catís away, the mice will play.

The Key 2008

Six friends descend on an abandoned building to shoot a documentary about its supposed haunted origins, but all is not as it seems. It turns out instead that the leader of the group actually brought them there to search for cursed buried treasure that his freemason grandfather had supposedly left. When one unfortunate soul opens a door to a darker dimension, a demon is released and begins to kill each of them one-by-one. Will anyone escape alive, or has "The Key" opened the door straight to hell?

The Key 2003

The story of three generations told against the backdrop of the 20th century. The drama focuses on the life of Mary Corrigan, from her days as a rebellious mill worker in 1915 and her doomed love affair for a man who must fight for his country, through to her final days in the run up to the British General Election of 1997.

Missing Key

A young pianist has to slay his stage fright in order to free his artistic inspiration.

A Killer's Key 1967

Raizô Ichikawa reprises his role as the restaurant-cook-turned-contract-killer in this sequel to Kazuo Mori's stylish 1967 thriller A Certain Killer.

Turn the Key Softly 1953

A bitter burglar (Yvonne Mitchell), a prostitute (Joan Collins) and an elderly shoplifter spend their first day out of jail.

30 Door Key 1991

A young writer in 1939 Warsaw faces the conflict of acting his age or relapsing into childhood during the brink of World War II. Based on the famous novel Ferdydurke by Witold Gombrowicz.

The Glass Key 1935

Adapted from one of Dashiell Hammett's best novels, The Glass Key is a lively and straightforward melodrama of political corruption and urban intrigue. George Raft plays Ed Beaumont, the right-hand man to genial ward heeler Paul Madvig (Edward Arnold), who wants to clean up his political act. On the eve of a major election, Madvig is implicated in a murder, and it's up to Beaumont to help him out.

The Key 1987

Calamity by four-year old might be another title for this tense, humorous drama. In the story, a four year old boy (Mohammed Aladpoush) is left at home with his baby brother while his mother goes out shopping. She has told him to give the baby his bottle while she is away. However, the boy has a different idea about what he should do, and consumes most of the bottle himself. The hungry baby's cries arouse the neighbors to try and get into the apartment, but it is locked, and the four-year old can't (or, more likely, won't) let them in. Despite a number of near-disasters, the enterprising young boy manages things just well enough (with the occasional help of shouted advice from frantic neighbors) so that serious calamities are avoided.

The Third Key 1983

A young couple have settled in a new flat. Soon somebody begins watching them and they receive great amounts of money from an unknown sender.

The Golden Key 1978

arious distinguished members of Hong Kong high society were being blackmailed by mysterious and attractive lady Chang Siu Juen, who seems to know the secrets of their past and present illegal activities. Millionaire Cheng Yung Seng knew that it would be his turn next. He thus planned to eliminate Chang first but the plan did not work out and Chang was saved by private detective Fang Dai Kuen...

The Key to Dalí 2016

Spanish scientist Tomeo L'Amo bought a painting in 1989 that he believed to be an original Dalí. After 25 years of searching for the truth, an art expert in Paris changes his life.

Your Vice Is a Locked Room and Only I Have the Key 1972

Oliviero is a burned-out writer, living at his estate near Venice, his dead mother dominating his imagination. He is also a degenerate: sleeps with his maid and his ex-student, hosts Bacchanalia for local hippies, and humiliates his wife Irina in front of strangers. She lives in terror. When a young woman is murdered, police suspect Oliviero. Things get complicated when his young, beautiful, and self-confident niece, Floriana, pays an unexpected visit. A silver-haired stranger observes. More women die, and thoughts of harming Irina give Oliviero new inspiration. What's Floriana's game and who's the observant stranger? Watching all is a black cat named Satan.