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Description: As far as can be determined, Goha was Tunisia's first entry in the Cannes Movie Festival. Omar Sharif stars as a naïve young boy who is taken for granted by mates and family. Tiny do they know that he has more intelligence, tenacity and imagination than all of them place together. The storyline takes an unexpectedly dramatic turn when the boy falls in love with the young wife of his village's elderly "wise man". Based on an ancient Tunisian folk tale, Goha boasts impressive production values and sure-handed direction (by Jacques Baratier).
Description: A young teen has been raised by a despotic mother overcome with religious zeal and a father who guidelines over the household with a heavy, iron hand. Forcibly kept innocent of the sexual nuances of some adult relationships, she is not too clear on her rights, his intentions, or the consequences when her father's greatest mate begins to lust after her.
Description: This easy-to-take Hungarian drama is also known as Two Wishes. The prinicipal characters are a pair of juvenile delinquents, who may still be redeemable. The sullen duo is befriended by a kindly police inspector, who takes it upon himself to straighten out the boys. What follows cannot be termed surprsingly or innovative, though it is immensely satisfying. Of interest is the fact that a Communist-bloc movie would admit to a delinquency trouble in the so-called Worker's Paradise. Ket Vallomas was the Hungarian entry in the 1957 Cannes Movie Festival.
Description: This Norwegian documentary was released in another countries as Lapland Calendar. In Disneyesque fashion, the movie features the day-to-day existence of the Norwegian Laplanders. The "story" concentrates on the annual odyssey wherein the Lapland reindeer are shepherded to snow-free grazing lands. Not surprisingly, director Per Host is more fascinated with the reindeer than with the human characters -- and, by extension, so is the audience. The movie was lensed in economical Eastmancolor, meaning that most existing prints have washed out over the past 40 years.
Description: West Germany's entry in the 1957 Cannes Movie Festival was this cinemadaptation of the Gerhardt Hauptman enjoy Rose Bernd. The game character, played by Maria Schell, is a servant woman on a remote farm. Sexually assaulted by both her employer and a coworker, Rose soon bears a child, who die later afterward. After nearly two hours of unrelieved misery, Rose finally finds happiness in the arms of a longtime admirer (where has he been for the past 12 reels?) Rose Bernd (aka The Sins of Rose Bernd) received a smattering of American showings thanks to the drawing power of star Maria Schell.
Description: Celebrated Polish director Jerzy Kawalerowicz (Mother Joan of the Angels, Night Train) helmed this conspiracy thriller. A boy has been found dead after having been hurled from a train. As safety agents, police and a medical examiner piece together his identity, three accounts emerge: one set during Globe Fight II, one in the instant aftermath of the war, and one in contemporary Poland.
Description: Timid old girl Pelageya Nilovna observes the revolutionary activities of her son Pavel Vlasov and gradually comes to realize that his cause is a nice and noble one. She involves herself in the movement and finds joy and nice courage in her fresh life as a revolutionary. Based on Gorky's novel, filmed in the silent era by Pudovkin.
Description: Produced on a grand scale, the Mexican Talpa relates the easy storyline of two brothers. The older of the siblings, Tanilo (Victor Manuel Mendoza) is a well-to-do family man; the other, Estaban (Jamie Fernandez), is one step above a wastrel. When Tanilo is felled by illness, Estaban is forced to take over the family's blacksmith business. He also inaugurates a romance with Tanilo's pretty young wife Juana (Lilia Prado). Punishment is eventually doled out in a manner which suggests that God Himself is exacting retribution on the adulterous couple. Originally released at 87 minutes, Talpa was pared down to 73 mins for American consumption.
Description: The main focus is on the 5 member band of a tiny circus as it runs into issues while touring rural Japan. It also pays lots of attention to the two daughters of the aging and irascible ringmaster-circus owner. The high points are the sound (and score) and cinematography featuring a lot of vertiginous panning (appropriate - as high wire trapeze artists are also an necessary element in the film). A fascinating side-light on 30s Japan.
Description: Judging by the number of times it has shown up on Spanish-language cable TV, La escondida is one of the most famous and greatest beloved of the Maria Felix vehicles. The star runs the emotional gamut as Gabriela, who rises from the depths of poverty to the heights of Mexican society as a much-sought-after courtesan. Eventually, however, Gabriela proves that she is still real to her peasant heritage by casting her lot with the rebels in the 1916 Mexican civil war. Pedro Armendariz co-stars as Felipe, the charismatic rebel leader who wins Gabriela's heart - and inadvertently causes her downfall. La escondida is stunningly photographed by the late, nice Gabriel Figueroa.
Description: A quite line in the capital city. A tiny girl, Veseto, slips out of home unnoticed, attracted by the voices of kids testing in the yard. when the children receive tired of testing hide-and-seek, they scatter and Veseto sets out in a long stroll across the city, full of exciting adventures. She talks to a chimney sweep, stops to look at some land surveyors at work, watches an interesting football minigame at the stadium, enjoys herself at the fair, extemporizes as an actress and has a trying experience on a building site. All the folks in the neighborhood begin looking for the lost child. In the evening, Veseto reappears. She is back to the arms of her mother, while the folks in the neighborhood prove by deeds their human solidarity, their love for kids and their resolve to struggle for peace, a gotta for children's future all over the world.
Description: Street to Life (Russian: Педагогическая поэма, translit. Pedagogicheskaya poema) is a 1955 Soviet drama movie directed by Aleksei Maslyukov and Mechislava Mayevskaya and based on the ebook by Anton Makarenko. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Movie Festival.
Description: The Role is about a brilliant actor in revolutionary Russia who takes on the best role of his life - the role of other man. Influenced by the concepts of symbolism and the Silver Age, he decides to slip into the life of his doppelganger – a revolutionary leader in the fresh Soviet Russia. First intrigued, then obsessed, he flings himself into the role and lives it to the hilt… even when the enjoy of the life he is writing heads towards a tragic finale. Based on real incidents in the lives of Russia’s symbolists, this gripping movie explores how far one boy will go for the role of a lifetime.
Description: An old Russian grandmother or "babushka", who took part in the War of Stalingrad, sacrificed everything for her kids and even sold her house to receive cash for her grandchildren, is shuttled among those very grandchildren--products of the "new" Russia--none of whom wish her to stay with them since she's too much of a "burden" for them.
Description: Judas, a seasoned thief, finds himself in the store square where Christ is giving a sermon and his apostles are collecting alms. He follows them and steals their money, only to be caught red-handed. Nevertheless, the Teacher forgives him. What is more, He invites the thief to become one of His followers and offers him a position as the group’s treasurer. Shocked by Christ’s unexpected offer, Judas decides to join the apostles, if only to figure out what is going on. He gradually begins to comprehend Christ’s message, but feels that the apostles are blindly following their teacher. Judas argues with them, and tries to defend his right to divine the truth of God. But when he fails to create them understand, he realizes that Christ’s teachings may sink into oblivion without benefiting humanity. His solution is to betray Christ. “By killing a man, have I not saved a God?”
Description: A group of friends, who resisted the military dictatorship, and their kids will face the conflict between the everyday life of today and the past when one of them is dying.
Description: How much zone does Zeynep take up in this vast universe? This is a town brimming with the struggling and the unemployed; aren’t their lives a bit like the infinite, small particles flying through the air? Zeynep is already trying difficult to create ends meet when she gets fired from her job at a textile mill. The Particle follows her as she searches for a job. We follow her in and out of workspaces. Zeynep’s globe – the roads and homes in Tarlabaşı – are dark and suffocating.
Description: An alcoholic former serviceman goes to work collecting debts for gangsters and committing different another crimes, then has a religious conversion and supports another alcoholics.
Description: The movie is dedicated to the first steps of mankind on the path of zone exploration and direct the fate of the first cosmonaut Yuri Gagarin. The main motif - the war for the right to be first: the tournament in the first cosmonaut, tournament in missile technology, the confrontation of superpowers - the USSR and the USA. In the first group of astronauts were chosen from three thousand warrior pilots across the country. In twenty of the legendary got the greatest of the best. Which of them will fly first, no one knew. In this way, had to contend not only with the pull of the world ...
Description: Aging Bosnian rocker Toni Riff hasn’t written a single song in twenty years; suffering from depression, he relies on financial help from his wife Sonia. The latter decides to create a last-ditch attempt to salvage Toni’s talent – and their marriage.
Description: Jake lives in the shadow of his dying grandfather, who was once the town's toughest difficult man. Despite their hatred of every other, Jake's sole aim is to be as tough as the old boy was. One day in Jake's life, as he drifts, drinks and fights, leads to a bleak realisation.
Description: Marcus (Michael Brandon), a nice, rich, Jewish man from Fresh York, meets and falls in love with Jennifer (Tippy Walker), a woman from Oyster Bay, while they are both in Venice. He follows her to her home on Long Island and ultimately to the top of a high-rise on the Fresh Jersey Palisades, where starts a romantic reminiscence in extended flashbacks, that ultimately leads to tragedy. Noel Black ("Pretty Poison") directed the film, and Erich Segal ("Love Story") wrote it. Robert De Niro has a tiny role as a gypsy cab driver.
Description: In the midst of a freezing winter on the island of Sylt, Cem comes across Jesús, who is on the verge of committing suicide. The two young boys become quick friends, with their friendship unexpectedly threatening to develop into something more. Cem and Jesús - laconic, alienated loners - search their previously uneventful lives starting to spin out of control actually that every has someone who means something to him.
Description: Benjamin Levi (Bruno Cathomas) is a Bavarian cattle dealer traveling to pre-World Fight II Germany on his annual trip to a remote farming village. Levi hopes to do some business and, more importantly, victory the hand of the lovely Lisbeth (Caroline Ebner). But Nazi propaganda has gripped the tiny community and poisoned it forever. Now, Levi and Lisbeth are goals of hate in this provocative and shocking drama.
Description: Paola, a Milan call girl, returns home to her village in the Abruzzi mountains in an attempt to go straight. Rejected by her father, blackmailed by a former lover, and lusted after by her brother-in-law, she turns to her beloved sister for support. Denied succor, like so many of Rossellini’s isolated figures, Paola awaits the comeback of her fiancé, who has offered her a fresh start, but instead decides that life is untenable.
Description: The game of this French "reality" drama, which translates to Before the Deluge, is a enjoy on Louis XVI's popular prognostication, "Apres moi, le deluge." Set in 1950, the movie concentrates on five Parisian adolescents. Certain that the next fight will herald the apocalypse, the youngster create plans to run off to a desert island and set up a fresh society. This, however, will require money, which is why the men decide to pull off a "necessary" robbery. Idealism collapses in the face of cold reality, as the five youths suffer from the consequences of their actions. Avant le Deluge was one of a group of movies cowritten by director Andre Cayatte and Charles Spaak which endeavored to discover the touchy social problems of the day: others in the Cayatte-Spaak canon contain the euthanasia-themed Justice est Faite and the capital-punishment tract Nous sommes tous des assassins.
Description: In the drought territories of Northeastern of Brazil, groups of migrants transport trying to search better zone to live, at least with water. Some of them go to Recife, to receive a vessel to Santos expecting to have a better life in the Southern. In the terrible zone of Recife, an old washerwoman launders clothes to survive and help her family. Her husband Zé Luis, a former sailor, is crazy due to a hit of the boom of a mast on his head. Her older son Raimundo works in a grocery and selling mangoes on the street, trying to save cash to transport to the Southeastern with his girl-friend Aurora. Her daughter wants to be a prostitute to have a better quality of life. Her younger son is seriously sick.
Description: In this romance, a jilted lawyer joins the French Foreign Legion to support him forget his faithless love. While in the desert he espies a village beauty who is the exact double of his true-love.
Description: The storyline takes plays during the annual Nice Friday pageant in a small Italian village. Local priest Don Vincenzo faces a crisis when the woman chosen to enjoy the Virgin Mary shows up pregnant.
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"Perhaps it ill be better if I live in your heart, where the globe can't see me. If I'm dead, there will be no staying of our love." The novel/play by Alexandre Dumas Fils LA DAME AUX CAMELIAS has attracted a lot of artists. Verdi wrote his opera LA TRAVIATA basing its content on this play. The movie industry have also made a lot of adaptations of the enjoy from the period of silent era up till modern times. However, if one hears a film game CAMILLE, what usually comes to one's mind is the movie by George Cukor with Greta Garbo and Robert Taylor. Why? There is something magical about this ver that made it stand a use of time, something that helped it be appreciated for almost seven decades. Is it performances, cinematography, or Garbo's presence that create it so enchanting to watch? The respond is not so simple because the film is a masterpiece of beauty at multiple levels.The performances are absolutely outstanding. It is hard to tell if Garbo gives her greatest performance in CAMILLE or GRAND HOTEL. I think that it is more a matter of private preferences. One thing is sure - she does something more than acting. She fully feels the role, each movement, each gesture is extremely natural as if you were watching reality not a movie. As a result, Garbo achieves something really outstanding in CAMILLE, some type of the ultimate masterpiece of performance. Robert Taylor very well fits to the role of Armand Duvall. He manages to stress the most necessary detail of his role - delicacy and sincerity. Henry Daniell is a excellent choice for Baron De Varville - cruel, unemotional, cynical, and very selfish. I shall never forget the stage when Marguerite plays a lyrical piece on the piano expecting Armand's visit. However, it is Baron who comes unexpectedly. While Armand is trying to receive to the house, Baron plays the piano and Marguerite has to behave as if she wasn't expecting anyone. The stage ends with hysterical laughter of them both and a superb acting. Laura Hope Teams also gives a lovely performance as Prudence Duvernoy stressing her frivolity and extravagance. Consider her performance at the party at the mansion. Yet, Lionel Barrymore, though not given much time on screen, is memorable, particularly in the stage of his meeting with Marguerite. What a lovely presentation of two various globe views! Not a better or a worse view but DIFFERENT views - Marguerite attached to love and emotions and Monsieur Duval to social ties and reputation.The cinematography is superb. Almost every stage has a "soul" which makes watching the film a true admiration of beauty. The most memorable decorations are in the stage in a candle-lit boudoir filled with delicate lighting and shadows. Marguerite is looking at her reflection in the mirror and suddenly notices Armand from behind. A delicate classic musical piece is being played in the background. UNFORGETTABLE! The film's superb imagery is a very powerful mission for the movie. Perhaps, you will wonder why I praise this film so much. But if you asked me if I can ever forget CAMILLE, my respond would be "never" because the imagery of this film and the result it has on a viewer is endless. How is it possible to forget a pretty stage of Marguerite's first meeting with Armand? Is it also possible to skip a lovely idyllic pastoral sequence with sheep and flowering trees? How to forget a touching moment when Gaston, Marguerite's real friend, is putting a pretty bunch of camellias at her side while she is lying ill in bed? Finally, the touching final shot and Marguerite's pretty words that I entailed at the beginning of my review. These words, which purely refer to spiritual love, are the last words that Marguerite says. Yes, CAMILLE is a masterpiece, one of the very several films that promotes true beauty. It is not only a tearjerker. It is not only a storyline of love. It is a film that teaches high respect for precious values in life. 10/10!
Maybe it supports to be a romantic. But for my money, this is the best romance that was ever place on film. It has the excellent stars. Greta Garbo was the star of the age--any age--still pretty and absolutely created to act in films. Even in silent films, her acting is measured and understated. She never falls prey to exaggeration nor pretense. I think that is the secret to her effectiveness. Let me an example: after accepting cash from Baron de Varville for a disguised outing with her lover Armand (which the Baron already suspects), she kisses him gently on the cheek only to be reviled with a harsh slap from the baron, who then departs. The camera moves in on that incomparable face. The head slowly lowers, the lips slightly part, a weak moan expresses the guilt, shame and humiliation which momentarily consume her. Then she spies the cash clutched tightly in her hand. Recognizing she actually has the means to escape with her lover, a slight smile emerges reflecting her change of mood and restored joy. It is a stage like no other.As for her co-star, Robert Taylor was castigated as being too callow for the role. In fact, most critics today realize he was exactly what Dumas intended: young, impressionable--and certainly irresistibly superb in his dewy youth. That beauty often caused the young Taylor undeserved venom from the critics. He was a very capable actor and probably set the standard for the contemporary romantic leading boy we see even today. Rumors that Garbo dismissed him as unimportant are not true. She liked him very much and was greatly impressed after he sent her mother flowers when they all attended the premiere of CAMILLE in Stockholm.CAMILLE? A nice film with a nice cast, including the marvelous Henry Daniell, whose Baron de Varville is very Jekyll and Hyde. I encourage anyone to see it. It is one of the finest movies of the 20th Century.
When you think of the lavish 30s movies of MGM, Camille is near the top of the list. Nice storyline and flawless production here boasting perhaps the most shimmering of Greta Garbo's ethereal performances as Marguerita Gautier (Camille). Familiar and much filmed story, this is nevertheless the greatest of them all. Matching Garbor is the hopelessly romantic Robert Taylor in his greatest 30s role. Also nice are Lionel Barrymore, Henry Daniell, and Jessie Ralph as the maid. Nice comic relief is provided by Laura Hope Teams (Prudence)and Lenore Ulric (Olympe)--what a pair of vultures! But the center of this superb movie is Garbo. She is so frail looking, her voice so soft. Garbo plays Marguerite as a frailty incarnate. She never overacts the part as most do with the unlimited coughing and fainting. One of George Cukor's triumphs. Rex O'Malley and Elizabeth Allan are dull but have tiny parts. I also spotted Eily Malyon and Zeffie Tilbury, and Joan Leslie is listed in the credits. I think this is Garbo's greatest performance, but she lost the Oscar to Luise Rainer for The Nice Earth. Also nominated that year: Irene Dunne (The Terrible Truth), Barbara Stanwyck (Stella Dallas), and Janet Gaynor (A Star Is Born). Wow----how should you select just one?
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