A few weeks ago I rented Wicker Park from Netflix. The only reason I rented it was because Diane Kruger was in it, and I am that shallow. I thought it'd be nice fluffery to fill time. So I finally find time today to watch it. In the intro scenes, I get my first Tyson-esque punch to the face: Adapted from the movie "L'Appartement." Now, this is a movie I saw in 1997 when I was 17 with Korean subtitles. I enjoyed it immensely (that, along with La Haine and Kieslowski films are what makes me think European cinema is superior in the aggregate.). So while I saw the move almost ten years ago, I remembered parts of it and knew that this movie was going to not live upto my expectations. Surprisingly enough, it was pretty good... until the last 20 minutes. I was screaming at the screen because they Hollywood-ized the ending. I shouldn't have been surprised, but I was. Anyway, now I want to see olde french movies again. Does anyone know where I can get a good selection in the States (Region 1, if at all possible)? Mostly french, but a good selection of other countries' movies would be good. I am in the NYC area, so I suppose it's a bit easier. I tried Netflix, and looked on amazon and such, but not a good selection there. It seems like there's other European cinephiles on this board, so if they have good suggestions, it would be most welcome. Thanks.