The Well-Digger’s Daughter (Daniel Auteuil, 2011). It is a Tradition of Quality picture, but sometimes that tradition of quality results in pleasing quality. Auteuil is also one of an impeccable ensemble. (full review 7/20)
The Sleeping Tiger (Joseph Losey, 1954). Coming out of the blacklist and landing in England, Losey made this rather good entry in his European career, and found an ideal actor in Dirk Bogarde, too. It projects backward to The Prowler and forward to The Servant, if not reaching those heights.
At What a Feeling!, we find a vintage Eighties review of Morons from Outer Space, a movie of British extraction.