Outsider Pictures is bringing two foreign films America - the European artist biopic, Klimt and the black comedy, Adam's Apples.

Klimt stars John Malkovich; it's written and directed by Raul Ruiz. The Hollywood Reporter notes it centers on the late 19th century Austrian artist Gustav Klimt (Malkovich) and his many affairs, including a sexually charged romance with his muse (Saffron Burrows). The film was produced by Epo-Film, Film Line, Lunar Films and Gemini Films.

Adam's Apples was Denmark's 2005 Oscar submission; from Anders Thomas Jensen, the film follows a neo-Nazi, a rapist and a politically motivated thief doing community service in the company of an upbeat priest with a history of tragedy who believes he's battling Satan.

No word on a release schedule for either film.