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Description: Tomotaka Tasaka's A Pebble by the Wayside (Robo no Ishi), made in 1938 and taken from a Yuzo Yamamoto novel, takes zone around 1902, was about a young man brought up entirely by his mother since his drunken father is never home. An clever teacher wants to send him to middle school, but instead the father apprentices him to a clothing shop to which he is in debt. The mother dies and the man is forced to quit work when his father insults the shop owner. Soon the man goes to Tokyo, but only to continue his hardships. First he is forced to do a maid's job at a boarding house and soon is used by an old girl to steal at funerals. Finally he is rescued by the teacher, whom he meets in Tokyo.
Description: Father and son review the issues in their communication that have been accumulating in years. The son cannot receive rid of fears that his life is being a real copy of his father's projections of his future, so he shoots a video letter with his amateur camera in which he tries to create his father look terrible and show the evidences that would indicate how he became a much better person than him.
Description: Though less well known than Susumu Hani’s celebrated 1963 remake, Hiroshi Inagaki’s Kids Hand in Hand is nonetheless a heartbreaking portrait of childhood kindness and cruelty—and, by implication, conflicted ideals of masculinity—centering on a small-town man with a learning disability who attempts to fit in with his classmates.
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Description: It's a summer weekend in a country house near Sintra, in Portugal. Fourteen-year-old Nicolau is spending a couple of days with his older brother Simão and his friends, all of them in their late twenties. Everyone is drawn to the pretty and quiet Maria do Mar, but Nicolau will see his life the most deeply shaken by her. Between homework and tree-climbing, stories about a deceased philandering grandfather and the origins of the tortellini's shape, a mate in a costume nursing a broken heart and seduction games, Nicolau observes this group of young adults.
Description: Mika Tachibana, a young female cleaning staff working in a university, is someone who doesn't like to talk with others and has been living to avoid such occasions. One day, one man called Koichi comes to say her that he wants to photograph her.
Description: Yamato Tanaka, who attempted to murder his father in the past, used to work as a janitor in a theme park. Actually unemployed, Yamato lives in a very humble apartment room. He lost his family by the crime he committed with the urge he himself couldn’t and even actually can explain. He has nowhere to go, and becomes isolated in the large city. His continuous job find is unsuccessful, and one day he meets a young woman Kaoru who is passing out advert packaged with gratis tissue to the crowd at a train station. He aggressively gets involved with her. The two instantly feel the mutual isolation and desperation within themselves. These are youngsters with no purpose in their lives, symbolizing the Japanese society which passed the post-war economic peak period. Yamato and Kaoru go down the street of destruction, being sucked into the deep, dark ditch of society. Filling the screen photos both stark and surreal, director Ataru Oikawa draws an unadulterated portrait of youth.
Description: An ex-addict call girl, recently released from prison, returns to the same neighborhood that brought her down to find for her missing son. Her ex-pimp uses her desperation to his advantage by selling her services to a local boy that has been snooping around in exchange for the secure return of her son. She accepts, but learns the local boy is an undercover cop trying to bring down the pimp for his own daughter's death.
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Description: In Alhambra, between the mountains and the river, a train runs through the village. Oscar, forty-eight years, has worked for the last twenty-fifth years in the same factory, and finds himself awaiting for the resolution of the court on the app of the insolvency of the factory where he worked. With the suspended production and the unpaid wages, Oscar and his colleagues continue to appear everyday to work hoping that they can hold their jobs.
Description: The TARDIS materialises inside an Aztec tomb. Outside it, the Doctor and his companions later explore that Mexico in the 15th century is a bloodthirsty and risky place... And with Barbara mistaken for a reincarnation of an ancient high priest named Yetaxa, the history teacher thinks that she can place an end to the barbaric human sacrifices once and for all. But can she rewrite history without disastrous consequences?
Description: A bunch of restless teenagers are constantly trying to search methods to break gratis from poverty. All day they hang around discos and cafeterias and talking about motorcycles, women, society, etc. Only a several of them have jobs while some others are students. One day they decide to rob a wealthy boy since this seems to be their last possibility to receive their hands on a decent amount of cash. Everything goes fine until they come across other bunch of punks and begin fightibg in the streets. All of them receive busted and that's when the nightmare starts... They are taken to the prison of Korydalos where they are constantly beaten and tortured by a sadistic warden who calls himself "God" (played by the ultimate god, Nikos Tsachiridis who seems to play this type of role...). The movie goes on showing the filth that they face.
Description: Makis Bitsakos is a young boy who loves football and his dream is to become a football star. His father tries to stop him. His sister is in love with the son of Archos, a wealthy and strong man. One day Archos insults her and later afterward she has an -almost fatal- accident with her bike. Makis is hired by a major football tema and later becomes a star. Later Archos' son is murdered by Nick, his ruthless assistant. Makis is seriously during a game. He needs cash in order to save his foot. Along with his friends, they kidnap other football user and demand ransom. When they accumulate the cash they go to attend a football game. During the game's ending, Gate 7 is full of enraged fans. (IMDb)
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Blue Vehicle is a dramatic storyline about a young teenager (Agnes Bruckner) that is over taken by the terrible hand she was dealt in life. Trying to juggle school with a harsh family situation, she has become a product of her misfortunes making her that cliché isolated, depressed, quiet girl. With an absent father, disturbed mother, and a suicidal sister, she seems close to the breakdown point. However, a hopeful teacher (David Strathairn) comes a long and opens up a globe to zone her troubles upon... a globe of poetry. The storyline follows her journey of dealing with home issues while attempting to be prominent in a huge poetry contest. Meg finds herself basking in a deep metaphorical state of catharsis as she seeks to search answers in a poem she writes about her father, titled Blue Car. Finally, a coming of age/ school movie that strays from the normal school formula of a John Hughes's film. The film's dramatic unexpected twists and turns will entice you to be emotionally involved with the characters on a seemingly depressed, yet interesting level. Wonderful movie making squads up with even better acting to portray a movie that is not only intriguing but important. This movies proves that a budget can carry a movie so far, and the rest lie with the actors and artistic view of the movie makers involved. Director Karen Moncrief carefully movies this story, exploiting her points through various movie techniques. The storyline almost reads as a poem itself... the storyline is slow but moved gently and rings real to all who can relate. Actors Agnes Bruckner, and David Strathairn are two forces not to be reckoned with. The characters portrayed by the actors truly carry this film... making it an emotional adventure for all who watch. If you appreciate magnificent acting and movie making that pays more attention to realism and truth, you will play Blue Car.
I've visited IMDb frequently in the past and have voted on over 250 films, but the previous comments regarding this movie compel me to write my first review. "Blue Car" is, like most films, not without its flaws, but its strengths create it, in my opinion, one of the greatest American indie movies I've seen for quite some time."Blue Car" is a film that lacks clear villains; its characters are imperfect folks who sometimes create the wrong decisions. I read a flattering review before seeing the movie, which I soon regretted... The review gave away just enough to create me anticipate the film's climax and resolution, a reason why I have decided to remain conspicuously vague here.The movie is about Meg Denning (sp?), a troubled high school student whose poetry impresses her AP English teacher. Meg is still struggling to overcome the emotional abandonment she experienced after her father left. Her sister is likewise depressed and refuses to eat. Her mother is preoccupied with her job and night school. I realize these problems have been dealt with so thoroughly by Disney and Hollywood cheats that they have almost become cliche. Nevertheless, the fact that these cases are relatively commonplace create the storyline more plausible. The dialogue never degenerates into the pathetic sentimentalism one expects from Spielberg... The dialogue is robust -- the film's characters are dealt with fairly and realistically. At the recommendation of her English teacher, Meg enters a poetry contest... As Meg's family issues are compounded by subsequent events, she starts to rely increasingly on her AP English teacher for encouragement, emotional support, and self-affirmation...And then, being as vague as possible, complex cases emerge... :o)Every hero in the movie has sympathetic qualities. You might not accept with the decisions they make, and some of their actions might even disturb you...But in this age of simpleminded, dualistic rhetoric, when politicians talk about Nice and Evil as though life were an episode of "He-Man," "Blue Car" is a refreshing movie filled with characters who occupy the grey void lurking between black and white.The movie is not perfect. Certain happenings occur involving Meg's sister Lily, which are pivotal to the movie. I'm not that fond of how the movie deals with Lily's emotional troubles, and facts surrounding the culmination of Lily's troubles are, in my mind, highly questionable. (Sorry. I can't be more specific without crashing the movie. If you see it, you'll probably know what I'm talking about.) These minor flaws are well worth overlooking.Unfortunately, movie as an industry is as white-male dominated as the field of theoretical physics -- perhaps even more so. It is sad indeed that the best living female director is probably Leni Riefenstahl, the despicable opportunist whose masterpieces contain "Triumph of the Will." That being the case, Karen Moncrieff's debut comes as a relief. She has proven herself to be a talented, insightful, up-and-coming director whose career will be worth keeping an eye on. Overall, I give the movie a 9.
It's everytime great to come across a tiny gem of a movie like this one is. The characters are crafted so well that there is nary a false note in the whole piece. The dynamics between the daughter (Meg) and her mother, Meg and her sister, and Meg and her teacher all ring true; at times painfully so. As things so often occur in true life, this was no neat tiny pack of happenings and resolutions but characters stumbling through cases making nice and terrible decisions and coming out on the another side having learned something from their experiences.Why can't everyone write like this! Kudos to Karen Moncrief for showing such nice respect for her audience. I hope you have many more occasions to add to your writing and directing resume. I've seen variety of movies and very several of them are standouts. This is one of them.
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