@ringedwithtile: Exactly, it's more like a season pass for an arthouse than just a random collection. It's the kind of thing I've been looking for: a nicely curated treasure trove. I'm sorry you can't use it natively. I think as long as you're paying for a service, a VPN is a completely sensible and reasonable method of accessing some content unavailable to our regions.
Fearless was genius. I love Peter Weir and am so glad I finally saw this beauty that had eluded me for years. It's an unmatched analysis of the fragility of existence and overcoming grief from the eyes of people who survived an accident they just shouldn't have, but also their families, and how they cope with the hugely altered personalities of the loved ones that come home. It's thoughtful, but never preaching about that. In fact, the preaching often ends up hurting and annoying others, which is realistic, because so few have seen mass death face-to-face and walked away with just a scratch, so how could they understand someone who's rapidly ascended to a higher level of consciousness and can't come down again. They're ghosts. They experienced their deaths and can't interact normally anymore.
Jeff Bridges is one of the best; he nailed it, as did Rosie Perez, but John Turturro was his brilliant self as usual (he might be in my top 5 actors ever). Wish he was in it more, though. It's just a great film. Some of the scenes are cinema at its purest.