At Deptford Film Club, we’re old enough to remember when arthouse movies were very serious, mannered pieces that made us feel a strange mix of antagonised, fascinated and tired. Maybe it was the greyish colour schemes or the clothes or the terrible dubbing. Maybe it was the Important Metaphors. What makes these films stand out from today’s movies is that they don’t look like adverts. Try Possession, a Euro divorce movie that slowly morphs into a body-horror flick….