Going back to Reza's original list, since edited (updated) multiple times, and sticking to my favorites and/or favorite rarities from among those: MovieDetective.net has Harry and the Butler (I just ordered this and don't know if the movie is any good), Blood on the Land (where Mary Chronopoulou is strong in a supporting role), Pharaoh (search at the website = Faraon to avoid an English misspelling), The Boys of Paul Street, and Adalen '31 (search = widerberg 31). Also Live for Life (search = vivre pour vivre), which I almost quit watching, but then the eventual musical theme was good, as was the performance by Annie Girardot once her character became more developed, starting in both cases I think at the footbridge scene. MovieDetective.net also has The Flight of the Eagle, but J4HI.com (Just 4 the Hell of It), for several more dollars, supplies a case with nice cover art to go with the DVD-R. Close to Eden is best watched on the VHS if one can find it, because import DVDs of the movie from Russia and South Korea, even if one can find them, have Russian dubbed over the original Mongolian dialect, which is not at all good. The eleven YouTube installments for Close to Eden only have English subtitles (the CC button near the bottom right of the rectangular video) for the first two installments, but even so are worth a glance because they offer a hint of just how excellent the movie is. Daens so far is only on VHS, and hard to find. The DVD for A Place in the World is increasingly scarce, but if you can find it, be aware that it doesn't have chapters. There's also a VHS. The movie got yanked from the nominations, being credited instead to Argentina and disqualifying the Uruguayan submission. After the Wedding and Elling are both on normal DVD and are very dramatic and funny, respectively. Sandakan No. 8 and The Truce, one could find DVD-Rs for a while back on iOffer.com, but not currently. There's a normally available DVD for Sophie Scholl: The Final Days, but a Google (search = sophie scholl white fortitude 1:55:51) will bring up a free YouTube. The DVD for White Bim Black Ear is a Russian import and hard to find anymore, but fortunately there's a pair of YouTubes, with clickable subtitles (the CC button), found by a Google (search = white bim black ear english subtitles). For The Glass Cell, another Google (search = die glaserne zelle eng subs) will likewise bring up a free YouTube. Divided We Fall is good, and there's a normal DVD for it. Beyond Silence, pretty good, and ditto on the DVD. Under the Sun appears to have gotten both rare and very expensive on normal DVD, but it looks like, on ebay, there's a South Korean import DVD (eBay searchbox search = under the sun lassgard). The issue there being that I haven't ordered it and don't know if the import DVD quality is any good.