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Description: A retelling of the storyline of Bhamashah, a truly remarkable hero in Indian history- a philanthropist, warrior, advisor to Maharana Pratap and most importantly, a Jain Shravak. On the forefront of heavy fights vs the Moguls, Bhamashah looted their treasure and donated all his wealth to Mewar.
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Description: Meadow Bridge is a coming-of-age storyline that follows Darcy, a fourteen-year-old woman growing up in a tiny West Virginia city in the late 1990s. It's a storyline about growing up on the edge of poverty and chance - about trying to reach out into the bigger world, while wrestling with where you're from.
Description: A Dutch photographer (played by David Verbeek himself – also a talented photographer in true life) takes a picture of a woman in a parking lot in nighttime Taipei as she plays with her kite. The image transports us into her life. She is eight years old and is about to lose her greatest friend, a man from a wealthy family who is moving to America. Back in the Netherlands, the photographer is confronted with his own constant loneliness. The image of the woman evokes memories of his own childhood, when he still felt at home somewhere.
Description: Two tiny children, Rekha and Amar, undergo a marriage ceremony under the guidance of their respective parents. Years later, Rekha and Amar have grown up, and are actually capable of fulfilling their marriage vows and living together.
Description: There is an inn called Asano Ya in the port town, and a pretty girl works there. Each year, during a local festival, travelling artists and teachers gather from all over the country, including sesame oil sellers and organ grinders. The day before the festival, problem arises with some horses.
Description: Long take uncut about ANA's life, who is recently divorced and has a daughter, ANA has started a relationship but she wish anybody knows about it. That morning Ana received a call telling her daughter is call and she gotta to pick her at school, but at school no one knows where his daughter is. There she received a unknown call from the kidnapper who has her daughter and they start to blackmail her. If she wants her daughter back, she gotta to do anything and gradually she become isolated. Finally ANA is face to face with the kidnapper.
Description: Demented chaos guidelines this bizarro-world college campus where the reigning gang-frats goal a freshman, who dare crosses their path. Trapped between a blaze of twisted ‘Mad Max’ style power games, he shrewdly plays both sides, fueling apocalyptic-sized wars that escalate to ensnare the school Dean who’s coming unglued.
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Description: Taking zone in Shinshu in the 1920s, Tsumakoi Okoma, while traveling to hone her gambling skills, squads up with the vagabond Tsukuba Tsuneji and comes into conflict with gamblers plotting to take over a rustic hot-spring town. Handling a gun and sword as skillfully as a man, Fuji Junko portrays an appealing personality that differs from Oryu in the Red Peony Gambler series. Tsuruta Koji stars as the vagabond Tsukuba Tsuneji that tops the list of an impressive all-star cast that contains Endo Tatsuo, Kogure Michiyo, Ashiya Gannosuke, Kitamura Eizo, and many others. This movie is an authentic yakuza film that conveys the real "Matatabi" (wandering gambler) feeling.
Description: Mohan is a medical student who lives in the United States. One day, he receives a strange smartphone call from his grandfather asking him to come back to his native village in India. Once he arrives, he finds out that his brother and sister-in-law have mysteriously disappeared. Moreover, his tiny cousin Tanaji survived, but is behaving very strangely, he never speaks a word, gets up in the middle of the night, sometimes suddenly turns cold, and mistreats his toys. Mohan tries to solve the mystery, but fails to search a rational explanation for all the creepy things that happen. Everything points in the direction of the caretaker's wife, Parvati, who performs rituals of black magic.
Description: An isolated village welcomes a fresh miller with launch arms. Trouble is, the boy howls at the moon each night. His integration is starting well… French comedy at its best.
Description: A reclusive girl in her thirties leads a life frozen in time in a cave-like room. In her rare trips to the city, she chats with an oarswoman haunted by the devils. She searches for her twin sister in unfrequented corners of the city. In this adventure in which time and zone are out of joint, a same dream is recounted time after time.
Description: JP lives with his brother Vincent, his mother Joe and his girlfriend Mel in a tiny appartement of Verdun. Constantly walking a tightrope, JP tries to maintain a proper balance between the numerous needs of his family of which he feels responsible for, the collecting job he is doing with his brother and his involvements in his uncle’s drug cartel who he sees as a father figure.
Description: Maki has been on the roads a long time and is married to Mbingazor, the gang’s boss. But at some point, the 19-year-old has had enough of this gang of boys, who are too busy getting high and drunk to do anything with themselves. Survival gotta be secured. The next time cash for meal runs out, Maki crosses paths with the much younger Acha. This newcomer is a new comeback in Kinshasa, and doesn’t yet know the rules. Spurred on by Acha’s beginner’s luck as a thief, the pair set off on an journey together, which later arouses Mbingazor’s jealousy.
Description: Moments of human humiliation url together the fates of six characters, located in a luxury country estate, an urban environment, and a quarry, respectively: the rape of a young woman; a suicidal boy caught up in medieval fantasies; an unmarried daughter’s pregnancy, her blind father only concerned about the racial purity of his family; a bigoted judge; a tiny man desperately demanding mutton for a sacrificial feast banned by the king; and the shoe that hit George W. Bush on the head in Iraq.
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Description: Featuring Joan Adler (who also appears in Chinese Checkers), Soliloquy is one of the four early Stephen Dwoskin movies that were awarded the Solvey prize at the EXPRMNTL festival in Knokke, Belgium in 1967. “In Soliloquy a woman broods uncertainly over a failed love affair, while the camera roves over her fingers, her cigarette, her knuckles, her lips and the hand mirror in which she peers. In its dark reflection one isolated eye seems a dead thing, twitching; the split between her body and her spoken thoughts becomes a strange bilocation of consciousness; towards the end, an aeroplane drones overhead” (Raymond Durgnat)
Description: There’s nothing more unspectacular than collecting water, or is there? It’s a easy task, but here it takes nearly 45 minutes, in what feels like true time: the boy walks through the narrow streets, dog in tow, stopping to pick up glass bottles at the bright doorways, before heading down to the dark river. A lengthy row, a trek overland and finally the bottles are filled. It’s already dawn. The night was silent, save for the sound of the bottles clinking together and the pounding of the guns in the distance, that gotta be why the boy met no one, why everything is as still as a painting, like what the man sees out of the window at the very beginning, a village plucked from a fairy tale. With all the lengthy tracking shots, it would be tempting to call this true life, but the quality of the light is slightly off-kilter, all saturated greens, reds and yellows; even the landscape is lit like a stage-set.
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36 Hours is a beautifully made thriller about an American major captured by the Germans in Globe Fight II not long before D-Day, and who is drugged and made to age artificially, so that when he wakes up he thinks five years have passed, that the fight is over, and that the Americans won. A fake military hospital was made to convince him that this is so, finished with fake newspapers, reporting on the activities of President Wallace, with references to the retired FDR vacationing happily in Warm Springs. The concept behind it all is to receive the major to spill the beans about where the Allied units were going to land in France (indeed, the major does know this, and the Germans know he knows). In this respect the film is based cute much on fact. The Germans knew that there was going to be an Allied invasion of the Continent, most likely in France,--but where? Most of the German high command expected the Allies to land in Calais, but they weren't sure. Everything hinged on outfoxing the Allies, so that the Germans would be prepared for what they knew was going to be a heavy invasion. But back to the movie: a friendly-seeming doctor, excellently played by Rod Taylor, explains to his "patient", quite convincingly, how he came to "lose" five years of his life. The race is on to search out the truth, only at first the major doesn't know it. He believes what the doctor says him; but the doctor has his problems, too, which is how to tactfully receive the notification he needs from his "patient" (actually his captive) without the major knowing it.James Garner is fine as the major; so nice in fact as to create me wonder why his film career wasn't more successful. Eva Marie Saint is her usual dignified self as the "love interest", though I found her character, once the truth is revealed about her background, difficult to believe. Taylor's doctor is much more interesting, but alas gets less screen time. His hero is ambiguous; a German-American who has returned to his homeland, where he has managed to receive funds to do research, and who is slowly but surely becoming disenchanted with his Nazi superiors. The film works like a charm for its first roughly two thirds and then falls off somewhat near the end, for reasons I won't give away. Overall, though, this is a very satisfying and somewhat neglected film. Though it doesn't appear to be made on a large budget it's very nice in recreating the wartime mood, and in this respect wonderfully retro. It probably seemed a bit old-fashioned when it came out, when James Bond was all the rage; but time has been type to it, and it plays better today than many of the more hip, sexy films of the Austin Powers sixties.
George Seaton had already written and directed the very impressive The Counterfeit Traitor when he turned his attention to this absorbing and cleverly-plotted thriller. Once again the movie is set during WWII and once again Seaton weaves an exciting storyline vs the backcloth of that intriguing and terrifying period of history.Major Jefferson Pike (James Garner) is an American intelligence officer who is kidnapped and drugged en route to Lisbon during the days approaching the D-Day Landings. Pike's original point before his capture was to pass on misleading notification to the Germans, intended to trick them into expecting the Allies to storm ashore at Calais rather than the current intended goal zone of the Normandy beaches. When Pike awakens, he is unknowingly in a secret compound in Bavaria, and the D-Day attack is still 36 hours away from now taking place. He is said by disguised Nazi spy, Major Walter Gerber (Rod Taylor), that the fight is over and that he has been suffering from amnesiac lapses for the past six years. Gerber's plan is to convince Pike that the fight ended years previously with Allied win and that it is secure to reveal features about the D-Day Landings.... features which would, in fact, be very helpful to the German forces in the hours approaching the top-secret Allied attack.It is a very interesting plot, and is well-handled. Rod Taylor's performance as the slippery Nazi trickster is exceptionally good, while Garner handles his slightly dull role (as the character with sensitive notification which he is unsure about revealing) with efficiency. The crisp black and white photography - unusual for a movie made in the Technicolour-obsessed '60s - adds to the film's verisimilitude and sense of period, giving it a documentary-like feel. While the proceedings are stretched out to a rather lengthy 115 minutes, the movie doesn't become significantly tedious and manages to hold the viewer excited (even though we know, because of the real-life success of the D-Day invasion, that the audacious Nazi plot is doomed to fail). 36 Hours is a solid, suspenseful yarn which could satisfy anyone who enjoys stories about wartime intrigue and audacious masquerades.
Really enjoyed this film, an engaging mix of psychological banter with pre-D-Day espionage tension. The greatest scenes for me were the dialogues between James Garner and Rod Taylor, they'd create a nice movie on their own. Garner has that nice combination of intellect and machismo - he can debate the moral aspect of duty and then knock out a guard just as convincingly Eva Marie Saint's performance is very powerful too as the concentration-camp victim unable to express emotion after the trauma that she has experienced. The power of Roald Dahl's writing comes through here, as she acts as a constant reminder to us of the grim realities of the fight in the context of the another charismatic characters.
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