The Great Divide

Income inequality alters the human psyche, and these thrillers bear witness to the primal response that kicks in when everything we have is put in jeopardy.
By
Josh Cabrita

The Divide

This film brings to light the effects that the growing wealth gap between the haves and have-nots has on all strata of society in the U.S. and U.K.

Cash Only

A struggling landlord makes a desperate bid to pay off his debts, only to find himself – and his young daughter – in more danger than ever.

Dheepan

A Tamil soldier and two refugees flee civil war in Sri Lanka, but find a whole new set of crises when they attempt to start a new life in Paris.

Cold in July

When a man kills a home invader in self-defense, the burglar's father continues the terror by threatening the victim's young son.

High-Rise

Soon after Robert Laing moves into a luxurious skyscraper in '70s London, tensions mount between its upper-floor elites and lower-level working class.

Nightcrawler

A young hustler gets sucked into the sordid but lucrative business of trolling the streets of Los Angeles to film fires, car crashes -- and murder.