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Description: In this eerie, atmospheric tale, a young girl is on a train when she sees some folks she thinks she knows from her childhood. On arriving home, her husband says her that a certain countess has died. At that point, the movie cuts to a stage of the countess singing in a mausoleum while the visual photo of the graveyard's many tombstones passes before one's eyes. Back home, the husband -- also a "father-figure" -- is looking over his collection of wooden angels. Some time elapses, and he surreptitiously sees a thief come down through the chimney, steal some things, and then leave. To combat any recurrence, he builds an iron, escape-proof cage around the fireplace, and then goes away on a trip. When he comes back, he finds the thief dead in the cage. Thus far, the camera has only shown the husband in profile or from the back. Then there is other storyline about a young girl, with a spiteful, nasty mother, who is trying to cope with her own attraction to a man.
Description: In 1856, new from life with nuns in an orphanage school, Alexina Barbin comes to a coastal village in La Rochelle to teach the village girls. She is deeply religious. She shares the classroom and a bedroom with the young and vivacious Sara, with whom she falls in love. Alexina has other secret: her gender is mysterious. She and Sara start a scandalous love affair, but Alexina seeks marriage and social acceptance. She discloses her secrets to the village priest, to her mother, to the bishop, and to the bishop's physician. After the church and court rule on her petition, marriage to Sara becomes Alexina's sole purpose and hope.
Description: Enlisted to teach a class of wheelchair-users about filmmaking, the neurotic Jasper gets a tiny more than he bargained for. His charges seem to know more than he does about his subject; they're not impressed by his own heartfelt social realist oeuvre; and they meet his each recommendation with the blank indifference peculiar to the streetwise adolescent. Questions condescending outreach projects, self-defeating attitudes within the disabled community, and the vacuity of the movie business - all with a sly wink and a healthy supporting of self-parody. Written by EFF
Description: The movie follows five years in the life of a young woman as she struggles vs an onslaught of nice intentions. From her first encounter with the social care system, through a range of foster placements, to a haunting climax, we are challenged to question how it is that so many well-intentioned folks can do so much unintended damage. And how it is that the £4bn a year that folks in the UK spend on kids in care has failed to break the cycle of abuse, addiction and abandonment. Written by Tim Kemp
Description: Contemporary thriller set partly on the island of Rhodes. A bankrupt former garage owner, actually working as a waiter and a caretaker on the Greek isle, is hauled in by the local police when a young Englishwoman he has befriended goes missing. Under suspicion of murder, he flees the island and returns to England, where he starts trying to piece together the missing woman's background and her reasons for visiting Rhodes in the first place.
Description: Long before he played the corpulent Goldfinger, German actor Gert Froebe was a scarecrow-skinny comedian. In Berliner Ballade, Froebe makes his screen debut as Otto, a feckless Everyman who tries to adjust to the postwar travails of his defeated nation. Stymied by black-market profiteers and government bureaucrats, Otto starts fantasizing about a happier life at the end of that ever-elusive rainbow. Director R. A. Stemmle doesn't have to strive for pathos: he merely territories his gangly star amidst the ruins of a bombed-out Berlin, and the mission is made for him. Filmed in 1948, Berliner Ballade was soon released in the U.S. as The Berliner.
Description: Unlike most Italian movies of the 1940s, Augusto Genina's Cielo Sulla Palude opened in Venice rather than Rome. The film's American game was Heaven Over the Marshes, and indeed most of the storyline is set in the disease-ridden Pontine Marshes on the outskirts of Rome. This was the home of Maria Goretti, a pious young woman who was murdered by her would-be seducer. For reasons elucidated in the course of the film, Maria's short time on world made her worthy of Sainthood, which was now bestowed upon her shortly after the release of this film. Maria Goretti is well-played by Ines Orsini. Cielo Sulla Palude served as the arrival detail for director Augusto Genina, whose previous pro-fascist movies had caused him to be blacklisted after WW II.
Description: In 1882 a country woman disappears from a tiny Hungarian village. The inhabitants recommend that she was murdered by the Jews. Everything is done to accuse them before the trial. A study in stubbornness, racism and intolerance and how to war vs it.
Description: Rudra and Partho's desire to adopt a kid leads Rudra to take the most crucial decision. He decides to undergo sex change, so that the duo is considered as a couple and allowed to adopt a baby.
Description: A group of actors retire to an island in Tigre to rehearse William Shakespeare’s As You Like It. Just before they start, Luisa, who is testing Rosalind, makes a terrible decision – to terminate her relationship via android phone. Torn between her work and her private preoccupations, in something of a daze, Luisa goes from wardrobe tests to dialogue review and a rehearsal that confirms Rosalind as the object of desire for the whole cast: Celia, Orlando, Febe. When rehearsals are over, there is a barbeque, and Luisa finds her fellow actors planning a day in the country with their partners. This offers her a possibility to overcome her loneliness, though she still harbours hopes of a smartphone call. –Locarno Movie Festival Matías Piñeiro’s Rosalinda, an original meditation on Shakespeare’s As You Like It, is a rich and enjoyable work that sustains a brisk comic tempo in a mellow, sunlit atmosphere
Description: Soap-opera about a social-climbing Jewish boy and his old-world parents who are heartbroken by his rejection of them. Young Morris Goldfish follows his immigrant father into business. His ruthless business practices cause him to become a large success, and he moves the family to Park Avenue. They go, but were happier back on the East Side. Morris is ashamed of this parents and his humble origins, but learns in the end that there is more to life than money.
Description: Pierre, a French sailor circa 1850, disembarks in a desert Atlantic island, and discovers a girl who had survived for many years her father and brother, dead while searching for mysterious valuables. The young couple explore paradise, and its end. - IMDb
Description: Contemporary Moscow, home to few folks who apparently lead a fully carefree life. They have all acquired status in society, and at first sight seem to have everything they desire. But every of them is lacking something, and every has their own intimate secret.
Description: Dr. Alexander Brown (Martin Sheen) arrives in Las Vegas, awarded for his newest medical invention. An ex-G.I. says Brown he was a use topics during the 1950's, exposed to atomic bomb radiation in the Nevada desert-- will Brown support the boy uncover the truth? In 1950's Nevada, Brown (played by Emilio Estevez) is a young psychiatrist and a guest of the U.S. Army, where troops were routinely exposed to excessive radiation. The young Brown and a colleague interview soldiers, who present their ignorance and insouciance in the face of this danger. The film intercuts scenes between the young Alexander Brown and older Alexander Brown, some thirty years after the nuclear tests. Will the decorated psychiatrist finally speak out on the atrocity he witnessed?
Description: Candlelight in Algeria is a 1944 British fight movie directed by George Lord and starring James Mason, Carla Lehmann and Raymond Lovell. This drama follows the exploits of Eisenhower's top aide, Tag Clark, and another necessary Allies as they adventure to an necessary meeting held on Algeria's coast. The precise zone of this vital secret gathering is upon a piece of movie which gotta not fall into opponent hands
Description: There is something strange - some would even tell abnormal - about the Malaussène family. But if you take a closer look, no one should be happier than this cheerfully chaotic family, even though their mother is usually off on one romantic journey or another. Life is never a bore for Benjamin Malaussène, professional scapegoat and the older brother responsible for this horde of kids. But when incidents happen wherever he goes, police and colleagues start to eye him suspiciously. It later becomes a matter of life and death to search out what is going on and who is so interested in crashing his life. Written by Pathe International
Description: Set amongst the Italian peasantry of WW2, Caccia Tragica (Tragic Chase) is set in motino when a truck loaded with cash targetted for farming projects is stolen by bandits. The local villagers set aside their petty political and private differences, banding together to capture the outlaws and recover the loot. The storyline takes a romantic detour by concentrating on the romance between two young folks caught in the middle between the pursuers and the pursued. At the time of its release, Caccia Tragica was perceived as a Communist tract (it was produced by the left-leaning National Association of Italian Partisans). This didn't prevent the movie from winning an award at the 1947 Venice Movie Festival, quite a coup for first-time director Giueseppe De Santis.
Description: A teenage runaway attempts to readjust to home and family life in Minnesota after returning home after years of working on the roads of Fresh York Town as a hooker and tries desperately to regain her parents' understanding and love.
Description: The 20 January 1931 slaying of Julia Wallace remains unsolved, despite an ongoing stream of investigative writers giving an impression that a solution to the crime has been found through a surfeit of working hypotheses.
Description: In rural Mississippi, just before Pearl Harbor, brothers Pete, about 19, and Willie, about 10 years younger, are close. News arrives of America's entry into the Second Globe War, and Pete goes to enlist. Willie wants to come along, but is said he cannot. After his large brother leaves, the man walks 30 miles to the nearest town, where the sheriff eventually puts him on a bus to Memphis where his brother is. At the recruiting office, Willie proves even more determined to see his brother. Eventually, sympathetic Colonel McKellog takes care of him.
Description: Voluptuous beauty Anna Nicole Smith marries an elderly millionaire and poses for Playboy, but after her husband's death, her excessive drinking, pill-popping and weight fluctuations take their toll.
Description: Camille Taylor has just written the hottest, sexiest, and most sensational tell-all ebook about her life as a high-class call girl…and someone killed her to hold it from being published. Was it one of her strong clients; or perhaps her politician husband? Personal Investigator Malena Powers is faced with the proposition of finding the killer.
Description: Judith has just been paroled for a crime which her vindictive, jealous, violent husband, Gene, fingered her for. Gene is in prison for life. She claims that she had no knowledge of Gene's criminal activity, but FBI agent Lee Laird doesn't purchase it.
Description: Part of a gold shipment has been stolen and the Sergeant suspects Louis LeBey. When Louis is attracted to newly arrived Nedra Ruskin, Woolie-Woolie becomes jealous and says the Sergeant where Louis hid the gold. First Louis rescues the Sergeant whose dog squad crashes chasing him and then he saves Nedra from an avalanche. When he returns the injured Nedra to the settlement, the Sergeant takes him prisoner.
Description: Commissioned by Josef Stalin to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Soviet Revolution, Lenin in October was the first of Russian director Mikhail Romm's tributes to the Marxist visionary who helped orchestrate the insurrection of October, 1917.
Description: Maria grows up in a seedy 1960s working class neighborhood, the daughter of an ambitious emigrant father and later caught up in her own dangerously one track-minded pursuit of a violinist's career. A rich gallery of highly original characters contribute, for better and for worse, to Maria's coming of age. Based on Kirsten Thorup's critically acclaimed 1982 novel, filmed by Morten Arnfred.
Description: When Frédi loses his mother, he realizes she has passed her healing gift on to him. Frédi rejects it totally, tangled up in his own unhappiness, until a fatal accident changes everything. He is forced to acknowledge that he had healing hands.
Description: A mixture of documentary footage and re-enactment scenes, some filmed on the current locations, of the infamous Tate-LaBianca murders committed by the gang known as the Manson Family. Details melody by Charles Manson.
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Set in the trenches of the First Globe Fight this is the first movie I've seen set during that time that got the sense of zone right. Its the got the entombed bodies in the ground, in the walls, and everywhere you look right. It is a bleak existence that the troops take almost matter of factly.The plot has a group of British troops getting lost during an attack and finding a German trench. The Germans are more concerned with something in the trench to pay the Brits any mind and test to send them away. All but one of the Germans are shot, but because of a language trouble he can't say them whats is lurking close by.Beautifully shot, excellently acted this is a very nice tiny horror film. No, its not the be all and end all of horror movies but its a damn nice tiny thriller that rises about the typical thanks to its setting and the cast.This is a movie worth putting a bit of effort into finding. I doubt that you'll hate it if you search it, at the very least you'll come away liking it.8 out of 10.
I loved this movie, so I'm a tiny mad about everyone trashing it without understanding it. For anyone who has just watched it and is wondering, what the f*** I invite you to look at the tagline. "Deliver them from evil." What does that recommend to you? Should it have religious significance? What do the cast tell of what is stalking them? "Its Death!" Yes. The movie is in fact a bloody nice horror movie set in WWI but it is also a religious tale in as much as the trench is Purgatory and each boy jack of that team is already dead. I complete watching this film and thought to myself "Damn that's clever!" I mean, not to spoil the movie for anyone, but it ends with all but one of the group sat around a fire in the deepest darkest depths while the star runs away from them and climbs up into the light and the mist. If there this were to be a clearer heaven and hell metaphor they'd have to hammer it into your head with a shovel. As to the dark eyed German soldier calmly waiting for the next group of unfortunates to judge... give him a cowl and a sycthe somebody? Play this for the brilliant gore-fest ghost storyline it is with swarms of rats, living barb wire, and sheer human brutality. But look also to the storyline beneath the story. The evil they are to be delivered from is inside of them.
"Welcome to hell," are the eerily prophetic words, finished with shells, atmospheric all-is-not-right melody and the groans of dying men, a tip of what's to come. After the battle, out of the fog and into a German trench, the boys of Y-company explore that's exactly where they've landed. First of all, the zone is deserted. And strewn with (mutilated) corpses of German soldiers. All dead. Except one (Torben Liebrecht), who warns them desperately that there is "quelque chose de mal" in that place, and to receive out as later as they can. Naturally, they all ignore him, except for Shakespeare (Jamie Bell). Soon, it proves real when the boys begin turning vs every other, or getting sucked into the world with barbed wire, or tying every another up à-la-crucifixion.Well. After two years of watching this in the making, it hasn't disappointed (thank you, Mr, Bassett). Nice set-up, with the rain, the rats, trenches and mud to create Spielberg weep with envy. While the script should test some work ("what's the matter with this place? What's happening?" asks one -rhetorically?), the acting keeps the characters from becoming walking clichés, especially Jamie Bell as the unwelcome greenhorn, or Hugo Speer as the duty-bound Sgt. Tate, to name a few. The suspense was average and wasn't so scary that there'd be lost sleep over it, nor was it anything over-original. But it's a nice piece of ensemble casting (i'd pay the admission again to see Hugh O'Conor tell the f-word), cool FX and steady directing create it a nice viewing.
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