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Description: Juana is a 30 year old girl that, up til now, hasn’t allowed herself to be happy. An unexpected encounter with Gustavo, her ex-boyfriend, revives her most impenetrable emotions. From that moment, Juana feels forced to challenge her sadness, agree what happened, and face what is yet to come.
Description: There are more refugees in the globe today than at any mission in history. And half of them are children. Allow Me In is a cinematic experience which reimagines the refugee crisis as if it was event on America’s shores. Written and directed by Jonathan Olinger, this tale of survival and the remarkable power of the human spirit is inspired by the stories of true refugees. Starring Alicia Keys, the movie follows her and her family's quest to survive after they experience unimaginable violence and embark on a adventure that will forever change them. Along with thousands of Americans fleeing the conflict in Los Angeles, they gotta seek security by attempting to cross the border into Mexico. Guided by their resolute love for every another and utter determination, the refugee family gotta navigate oceans and desserts in their unrelenting pursuit to search refuge and reunite.
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Description: A cinematic storyline of drama after the drama and fight that rages on in people's hearts even after the war. The hero, an Orthodox Christian monk, finds himself on a street to spiritual healing through circumstances he should never have dreamed of. The storyline follows the path to spiritual uplifting, metaphorically introduced at the very beginning in the hero's walk to the secluded hermitage. The leitmotif of watering a dry, dead tree, repeated throughout the film, illustrates the absurdity of the monk's faith. The permanent paralysis of the characters after the torment of fight invokes forgiveness as the only means to ultimate healing.
Description: Monique is so anxious to become a film star that she gets naked for a producer, watches another naked women in the producer’s another naked movies, and finally ends up starring in a naked skinflick where she’s tied up by a fetish freak. All of which is dutifully chronicled by her obsessed roommate Rita.
Description: Thirty-year-old Imane lives with her husband and three kids in a modest house across from the historic citadel of Aleppo. She suddenly realizes that it's been ten years that she's been married, ten years during which she's done basically nothing more than take care of her husband and their three children.
Description: Based on the novel by Argentine poet Juan José Saer, Gustavo Fontán’s pretty movie observes, over the course of a single day, three interrelated families who live around the Parana River. Wenceslao (Germán de Silva of Las acacias and Wild Tales) blames himself for his son’s death six years prior, but attempts to receive his still-grieving wife to attend her sister’s Fresh Year’s Eve party; she refuses, even after her nieces and another sisters join in the effort. Throughout, DP Diego Poleri captures the golden-hued radiance of the river during the day as spellbindingly as he does the charcoal-tinted night. -from http://www.filmlinc.org/
Description: A ghostly visitor with a shocking secret, a daughter devastated by loss, a deadly duel – and the most popular question in all of drama. Just some of the reasons why Shakespeare’s iconic tragedy will keep you spellbound.
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Description: A constructive documentary about becoming a parent... and how to reconceive yourself. Fiction director Josh Appignanesi turns the camera on himself and his wife as they undergo the ordeal of becoming parents in the era of man-children and assisted reproduction. Faced with fatherhood, Josh spirals comically into an envious career funk. But life-threatening complications emerge- the couple are inspected to the brink, confronting shattering losses. It's a portrait of our generation going through a revolution in reproduction- forced to search fresh methods to think about ourselves as constructive beings. We hear from Slavoj Žižek, John Berger, Darian Leader (20,000 Days) and Zadie Smith. Universal yet still taboo, it's a movie for everyone who has children, wants them, or still feels like a kid themselves.
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I first saw 'Children of Men' when it came out, 10 years ago, and while I liked it a lot, I type of forgot about it soon. At the time, it failed to resonate with me on a deeper lvl - which in hindsight I search astounding. Last month, a decade soon almost to the day, I suddenly felt the urge to revisit the movie (because it was mentioned in an article about "long takes"), and upon re-watching it, it just blew my mind. This movie is so, so, good! It not only manages in many aspects to be the most prophetic - and most shockingly realistic - sci-fi movie I have ever seen: it achieves that feat with a lvl of style and through such an abundance of wonderful constructive choices and innovative camera techniques that I was simply left in awe. I was forced to conclude that this movie was a visionary piece of art (and how that fact had eluded me the first time around I couldn't - and still can't - explain). It's a cinéphile's dream come true; it's a masterpiece in the real sense of the word.'Children of Men' is a gut-wrenching look at an all too possible future, but it also works as a heart-stopping, adrenaline-rush-inducing piece of entertainment featuring some of the most breathtaking camera work you'll ever see.The performances are flawless. The artwork, the production design, the music; I should go on and on: this is one of those several true masterworks where everything just comes together right. And I trust the final 30 mins of the movie rank among the finest achievements in the history of Cinema. Period.10 Stars out of 10.Favorite films: IMDb.com/list/mkjOKvqlSBs/Lesser-Known Masterpieces: imdb.com/list/ls070242495/Favorite Low-Budget and B-Movies: imdb.com/list/ls054808375/Favorite TV-Shows reviewed: imdb.com/list/ls075552387/
I went to see this film without catching any reviews, expecting something rather depressing and underfunded.Let me stop there and begin again.This film is a revelation from begin to finish. A convincing future world, deftly conveyed with so many subtle signals that I'm sure it will benefit from further viewings. A fully "other" England which I was amazed to see realised in such detail. Clive Owen FINALLY has the heroic role we have been waiting for and is brilliant in it. Julianne Moore simply glows and I've never enjoyed Sir Michael Caine so much before. The soundtrack is beautifully eclectic. Aside from some perfect classical choices, there's an evocative and alternative Spanish take on "Ruby Tuesday" which is a signature on the film. Wait during the end games to play an excremental song from Jarvis Cocker.The film grabbed my attention right from the start, and never allow go. Initially, it's the differences of this future globe that intrigue. Then, when the action starts, what I found really surprising was the freshness of direction that made me react to bullets and violence as if I'd never seen them in a film before. If the script wasn't so wonderfully leavened with wit, it would be a grim and scary film at times.Finally, the entire thing is lit brilliantly, from the authentic dim English days to the atmospheric ending.One to watch alongside "The Handmaid's Tale" some time....
The apocalypse arrives on movie once again in a plot so easy it's horrifyingly believable. It's 2027 and the globe is close to annihilation because no kid has been born in 18 years. London office worker Theo (Clive Owen) is offered money by a radical ex-girlfriend to escort a refugee (Claire-Hope Ashitey) to safety. Their lives are later at risk from both government and revolutionaries.Although the camera work and cinematography is nothing short of stunning the focus everytime with our protagonist, ensuring we're kept in the middle of the action throughout. It is also undoubtedly one of Owen's finest performances to date. Theo is never far from danger yet he struggles on with convincing dignity. Occasionally baffled but far from stupid - Theo is essentially a reckless, underplayed action character that doesn't jump at each occasion to arm himself with a gun. This works well with the international ensemble of wonderful talent: Michael Caine's charming pot dealing hippie, feisty Julianne Moore, key role Claire-Hope Ashitey, the unbelievable Pam Ferris, the increasingly busy, perfect Chiwetel Ejiofor, Danny Huston and writer/director/producer Peter Cullen (gloriously sadistic Syd) to name a few... This is surely a casting coup to be jealous of.The episodic nature of the storyline makes Kids of Boys hard to zone into one category alone. Briefly glimpsed futuristic sci-fi technology is grounded in reality and looks entirely achievable while grey, graffiti ridden concrete territories deliever an perfect backdrop for the near satirical look of our actual social and political climate. There's poignant drama interspersed amongst exhilarating action and yet enough twists to call it a thriller. This is not to tell it's flawless. Some exposition is handled better in territories than others for instance. However Alfonso Cuarón has achieved a fully remarkable experience. Arguably the movie should have been longer given how powerful most of it is. The only really difficult pill to swallow is the comedy juxtaposed with some stark imagery that looks all too familiar to anyone who has ever seen the News from the past several decades. Great to see a Pink Floyd reference though (pigs might fly!), and someone finally found a test for Battersea Power Station.Ideally an audience could see this movie with no preconceptions and know as tiny about the plot as possible. This will be unlikely though due to a staggered box-office release schedule, word of mouth and a plethora of reviews and trailers that are eager to give much of the minigame away. Ironic then perhaps that it gotta be told - Kids of Boys is a cinematic milestone. Nice unique results and an effective soundtrack accompany this heartfelt, moving and thought-provoking film. Easy one of the greatest movies in newest memory.
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