Opening in select U.S. theaters this weekend is the drama Sundown written and directed by Michel Franco and starring Tim Roth, Charlotte Gainsbourg, Henry Goodman, Iazua Larios, Albertine Kotting McMillan and Samuel Bottomley. The film doesn’t feature an original score and no soundtrack release is expected. The movie revolves around a wealthy Briton attempting to abandon his life while vacationing in Acapulco, when a single phone call shatters his idyll and he must return to London immediately. The drama┬ápremiered at last year’s Venice and Toronto Film Festivals and is being released by Bleecker Street.

Also opening in select theaters is the comedy Rifkin’s Festival written and directed by Woody Allen and starring Wallace Shawn, Elena Anaya, Louis Garrel, Gina Gershon, Sergi L├│pez and Christoph Waltz. The film’s original music is composed by Stephane Wrembel (Today’s Special). No word on a soundtrack release. The movie, which follows a cinema devotee who accompanies his publicist wife to the San Sebastian Film Festival in Spain, worried that her fascination with her young film director client might be more than professional, is being distributed by MPI Media Group.

Another movie opening in limited release this weekend is the documentary Gamestop: Rise of the Players directed by Jonah Tulis about the group of amateur investors who bought stock in the failing video game chain, GameStop. Jeff Beal (House of Cards, Rome, Carnivale, Monk, The Biggest Little Farm, Appaloosa, Pollock, Walker, Ugly Betty) has composed the film’s original music. No soundtrack album has been announced. The movie is being released by Super LTD.

Opening in select theaters and on VOD this weekend is the thriller Clean written and directed by Paul Solet and starring Adrien Brody, Glenn Fleshler, Chandler Ari DuPont, Richie Merritt, Mykelti Williamson, RZA, Michelle Wilson and John Bianco. Brody has also composed the film’s original score and Austin Wintory (who previously composed the music for Solet’s previous features) serves as the project’s score producer. No soundtrack album has been released. The movie, which follows a garbage collector sucked into the orbit of a local crime boss who must face the violence of his past to find redemption, premiered at last year’s Tribeca Film Festival and is being distributed by IFC Films.