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Description: Ainhoa's career as a pianist is place on keep when she's knocked down in the center of Barcelona. Her love life isn't exactly at its greatest either. Shortly before the accident she met Imanol, but had been incapable of sharing her life with him due to an inability to present her feelings. The origins of her fears lie in the ETA attack she witnessed at the age of 15.
Description: Both the Lord and his son have been deposed by famous demand. The actually Prinz of Arkadia certainly enjoys his fresh role, which without much changing his lifestyle leaves him gratis to concentrate on his main interest -women. Including an actress who once wrote a mocking song about him -a song that he likes to sing.
Description: James Berkeley (who wants to receive rich) and Allan Franklin (determined to be a nice engineer) are rivals for the hand of Lois Miller. Berkeley marries her, and 15 years later, though he has not realized his ambition, he keeps his wife luxuriously attired as a "trademark" of his prosperity. Allan, who has obtained a huge tract of oil land from the Mexican Government, visits the Berkeleys; and James, hoping to profit from his wealth, goes to Mexico with him, accompanied by Lois, who unwillingly agrees to support her husband. When Allan and Lois realize their love for every other, James, refusing to become angry, is denounced by his wife. A band of Mexican bandits attempt to capture Lois, and in the attack James is slain. Allan rescues Lois, and they escape across the border.
Description: "On the Empty Balcony" - About a girl who was a kid refugee from the Spanish Civil War, and is actually living as an adult in Mexico City. She tries to remember the traumatic happenings of her childhood.
Description: Based on the ebook by Ilias Venezis "The Number 31328", the movie by Nikos Koundouros unfolds through the private tragedies of three characters, the Asia Minor Disaster and the agonizing travails of the Asia Minor Greeks who had been arrested and led to death by Kemal's units and armed groups of Muslims. The wife of a merchant, a teacher and a seventeen-year old man test to survive, following the column of prisoners into the depths of Asia Minor.
Description: Isabel, the daughter of Don Antonio; a rich land owner in Tepestates, Jalisco returns to her city after five years away, to visit her father. She is confronted by the unpleasant surprise that her dad has been assassinated by the malicious municiple government, which has the entire city in a clutch of terror. "An perfect sharp-shooter is worth more here, than a nice lawyer..." This phrase inspires lawyer Leonardo Torres to convert himself into a guardian of justice, who will defend the right of the low vs tyranny. Nobody would ever guess that the "timid" lawyer is in reality none another than the dreadful "Zorro of Jalisco."
Description: Lorna Blake, (Ursula Jeans) is a widow with two daughters. She augments her slender income by using her kids to extort cash - visiting the houses of the rich to say a pathetic storyline and beg for help. And Lorna makes a rich capture when Sir Halmar Bernard, (Cecil Parker), proposes to her. She says him that she has only one daughter, Molly (Jill Freud, credited as Jill Raymond). When her another daughter, Jay (Jean Simmons), is arrested for forging a cheque, she refuses to support her.
Description: Josephine Spiggins is thinking of marrying John Spear, the stuffed-shirt son of a department shop owner. When John's free-spirit brother Tony returns from touring the South Seas in his boat, the "Vagabond Lady," Jo is attracted to him instead.
Description: The young marriage of the insurance agent Hannes and his wife Nora is being worn down by financial difficulties and overcrowded living conditions. Hannes is unable to sell enough disclaimers and life becomes ever worse for the two. Nora attempts to earn some additional money, but even that proves to be a burden on their relationship, not the least because her boss is hitting up on her. She's expecting Hannes' child, too, but he is starting to turn further and further away from her.
Description: Aging Fresh York cabbie Flanagan still has hopes of making it as a scene actor. He can recite any Shakespeare sonnet and is facile with accents, but he can't land an agent or a job. During the course of one summing-it-all-up day, he drives his cab around the town dealing with fare evaders, an insolent scene manager determined to hold him from auditioning for his choice director, his estranged wife who has a fresh lover, his mistress who seems awfully close to her "drawing teacher", and two teenage sons whose bright visions of the future don't seem to contain jobs. If he can only cope with all the annoyances of this day, maybe he can deal with the limitations in his abilities and his future.
Description: The captain of a ship in port has been entrusted with a secret government mission. He gives leave to the crew, but orders them to report back every morning. As the days go by, and the sailing date still remains a secret, the team are thrown into a state of increasing uncertainty. The movie concentrates on two team members whose experiences are coloured by the omnipresent reality of the ship which is about to depart.
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Description: A tough female lawyer on vacation ends up in a tiny Pacific Northwest city where she befriends a local teenage woman and tries to persuade her to to press charges vs the young thugs who raped her.
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This is the only film I've ever gone to see twice at a movie festival. It played in Toronto at the 2000 movie festival, and my mate and I talked about it for hours afterwards. It's an invigorating movie, based on the enjoy by Ira Lewis, about two bohemian guys, approaching 50, adrift in the early 80's, yet stuck in the past.It's a "talkie" film that should enjoy on a double-bill with "My Dinner With Andre", a two-hander about a ebook Pacino has written and the first encounter with his friend, played by Jerry Orbach, since the Pacino hero has lent it to him. But it's about so much more than that: it's about writing, dreaming, the constructive process, relationships, loneliness, poverty, and finally, values. There isn't a moment that we're not involved with these two guys as they negotiate their relationship. The script crackles with life and wit, observation and nuance. Pacino first directed the nice documentary "Looking For Richard", about how to approach staging a Shakespeare play. And here in "Chinese Coffee" he proves once again that he has a natural ability to say a storyline in a fully new and interesting way, gratis of the constraints and pettiness of a routine plot.If you're an actor and you haven't seen this movie, than shame on you, this one will have you going for days. And you'll return to it, too. It's a buried treasure in a nice career for Pacino. I can't suggest it any higher.
Well I just loved the Chinese Coffee for its brilliant acting and direction. It reminded me of the theater of the Absurd in a strange haunting way! With Chinese Coffee Mr. Pacino surpasses his own status of being a stellar performer & a superstar combined and cements his position as one of the best artists of all times. The tone of the film is intimate and artistic at times a tiny dark. I loved the stream of Levine's consciousness which makes the audiences look into his past---his hopes & failures. Pacino is brilliant as a middle aged struggling writer who is haunted by his own past, his parents' and his own shortcomings and aspirations. Kudos to Mr. Pacino for providing us with such a brilliant artistic piece! He truly is a gem of an artist. Love him! God bless!
For his 2nd movie, Al gives us an unusual movie, maybe imperfect but original and fully personal. We are far away of a large production and large problems as the film is a nightly discussion between two mates that have true troubles to live with their art. Honestly, I see no difference between this fiction hero and the true Al that was unveiled in his first movie: Al is a easy guy that loves NYC and his passion is more for scene than acting. Nowadays when stars are obsessed with their look, Al just doesn't care, even if his bent attitude and ugly clothes, he may look as a tramp. It's funny to see that getting older, he has gone from godfather, mayor, the devil to lefty, Shylock and this penniless beret writer! In a funny way, he's like an old Serpico who hadn't leave his basement accommodation! However, inside, he's still the same nice guy: supportive, useful but sometimes a bit grumpy and everytime ready to scream! But, what the heck, we are humans so imperfect and it's better to be straight and noisy than devious and smiling! Thus, even if the scene is minimal and narrow, we have access to all those nuances from Al and his buddy is nice to share the ball. There are even funny moments and a nice reflexion about artists' condition. In a way, Al didn't look for large results but true, easy moments. It may be a waste but finally, it's like you can share a evening with him, talking about life and nothing, and thus it's infinitely valuable.
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