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Description: A young soldier in an units camp near a tiny Swiss village gets into an argument with his sergeant, which winds up in a fight. The soldier, believing he has killed the sergeant, flees to Zurich, determined to disguise himself and cross the border into France. However, things don't work out quite as he had planned.
Description: It's Christmas Eve and an unexpected delay at the airport has left everyone stranded. Young Joy (Savannah Page Ray from NBC's Parenthood) is traveling on her own to visit family for the holidays, so a retired flight attendant at the airport (Shirley Jones) becomes her travel companion. As they wait with their fellow travelers, they later learn that everyone can test a Christmas Miracle, especially a young boy trying to escape his past, and they join together to help. Let your spirit to be lifted and your heart to be warned as you watch every person obtain their Miracle at Gate 213
Description: How far can a friendship go? How much time and distance can it endure? Nina and Pauline have been the greatest of mates since they were little. Their friendship was sealed by a promise that they would remain greatest mates forever, through whatever. This promise was inspected when Pauline had to leave the country for good. Time passes, they grow and change apart. Though they were continents apart, Pauline and Nina still found a method to communicate with every another through Skype. Nina later realizes that her greatest mate has become a finished various person while she on the another hand, stays her same self. Now, Nina tries to bring her old greatest mate back. She reminds Pauline about their promise they once made because for Nina, they maybe apart in distance but never at heart.
Description: A sudden loss disrupts Carol’s orderly life, propelling her into the dating globe for the first time in 20 years. Finally living in the show tense, she finds herself swept up in not one, but two unexpected relationships that challenge her assumptions about what it means to grow old.
Description: M. Sadeghi stars as the game hero in filmmaker Reza Varzi's epic retelling of the life and times of Abraham, known as the patriarch of Judaism, Christianity and Islam, the world's three most prominent monotheistic religions. Led by God from Mesopotamia to the land of Canaan, Abraham entered into a covenant with the King that, once fulfilled, would see him father a nice nation of kings.
Description: The real storyline of how Ray Kroc, a salesman from Illinois, met Mac and Dick McDonald, who were running a burger operation in 1950s Southern California. Kroc was impressed by the brothers’ speedy system of making the meal and saw franchise potential. He maneuvered himself into a position to be able to pull the company from the brothers and make a billion-dollar empire.
Description: When tv news director Eric Ross pressures esteemed senior anchor Frank Kenley to sensationalize the news, Kenley isn't satisfied -- and the conflict comes to a head when a local high school sex scandal hits the news. As Ross pushes him to enjoy up the story, Kenley wrestles with the moral complexities of the case and tries to search the balance between the public's need to know and the individual's rights.
Description: Everyone has a talent, and dreams do come true. Stacy Lancaster has an wonderful knack for Blackjack. Once she joins up with daring Will Bonner the two young gamblers are on a non-stop roll. Later the casino wants to even the odds. How long can their winning streak last?
Description: A separated couple meet again after 10 years when the body of their missing son is found. Amid the guilt of losing a loved one, they hesitantly transport toward affirmation of life, acceptance of death, and even the chance of reconciliation.
Description: Mithun Chakraborty plays a strong and domineering priest who guidelines his temple and the surrounding village with an iron fist, all supposedly for the sake of religion. He becomes enamored with a prostitute (Sushmita Sen) from a local brothel and starts spending more and more time with her. But when the village postman (Anuj Sawhney) takes a liking to her as well, the priest is forced to deal with him and a growing village rebellion.
Description: In this tragic melodrama, a boy who has been hiding his Nazi past has it come back to haunt him when his hippie daughter, whom he disapproves of, comes back to bond with her daughter, whom he's been raising. Meanwhile, he and his drinking buddy, a beer-truck driver, go on a jaunt to Poland to recover some gold fillings he had hidden years ago during the time when he worked in a concentration camp. The truck driver inadvertently leaves a filling lying around at home, and his mother instantly recognizes it for what it is. When she confronts him, he claims that "Jews don't mean anything to me" and she gotta then reveal his Jewish heritage to him: she was a housekeeper in a Jewish household and he was a kid there whom she adopted during the Holocaust in order to save his life. The driver then confronts the wily old Nazi, who conceives a brutal scheme which will save his cozy life at the expense of the reputations of the driver and his granddaughter.
Description: Seventeen-year-old Jenny dreams of becoming a synchronized swimmer. Family happenings turn her life upside down and she is forced transport to a remote zone to look after her ill father and younger brother. It won't be long before Jenny begins pursuing her dreams again.
Description: An award winning short with a hyper-kinetic, mind-bending foray into the globe of adolescent Singaporean boys. '15': The Short; mixes documentary realism, dream sequences, rapid montages, and another stylistic flurries to unleash a hard-hitting cinematic assault on Singaporean oppression and teen angst.
Description: Josh Safdie made this assured comedy in and around his apartment building when he was still a movie student at Boston University. The dioramic setup plays like a vertical REAR WINDOW: a shy daydreamer (played by Safdie) lives above an older Hindi boy who lives above a reckless Brit who lives above a woman stuck in a terrible relationship. The man two floors up can only see the back of the girl’s head but that’s enough for a crush to develop. Safdie makes the most out of the single location, deploying dynamic camera angles, wry slapstick and even a couple of crane shots for a whimsical picture of town living.
Description: When a young village man discovers that his brother, long believed to be in America, has now gone missing, he starts to invent letters on his behalf to save their mother from heartbreak, all the while searching for him.
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No one ever sets out to create a terrible film, but somehow they receive made anyway. "Drosme Nogalinat" (The Courage to Kill) is a terrible movie and in so many various methods that it's not simple to pinpoint where it went wrong or why it was made in the first place. It should be the script. It isn't often that you run across an oedipal complex storyline set in a strip club/bordello. Our Oedipal hero, Erik (Armands Reinfelds), seems to earn a living by cross-dressing (as, surprise, Erika) so that he can mark along with the women when a patron decides to take one of them home. He then ransacks the house while the john has his method with the girl. The only time we see him now attempt this he gets beaten to a bloody pulp. I tell "seems" because he doesn't seem to do much another than hang out in the strip club. I'd imagine that couldn't be cheap. You would think that the owners of the club would eventually wise-up. It can't be nice for business. Nor is it clear why exactly someone who has just scored two pretty girls would only pay attention to one of them while the another has gratis run of his house. I've never read Oedipus Rex or seen the play. I understand that it isn't very subtle either, but I don't think this is quite what Sophocles had in mind. But Erika does look stunning in her high heels. There are many another flaws in the script. You can't have an Oedipus without a father, but another than the predictable flashback stage where Erik watches his father create love to the maid that young Erik is in love with, we're not sure what motivates either character. The father just shows up and moves into Erik's apartment one day. Much to Erik's dismay. Where he was before, why he chose to present up just then, and why Erik doesn't just kick him out or just simply change the locks isn't made clear. Well, it's clear enough, but not particularly imaginative. Oedipus needs a father. Otherwise, it wouldn't be much of a complex. It should be the acting. As you can say by the game and storyline this isn't a very subtle film.Neither are the performances. This is the type of movie where characters laugh too loud.Their feelings are spelled out on the screen in capital letters. There is no middle ground. It should be the direction. This movie was based on a enjoy and I would assume that the enjoy wasn't nearly as bad, otherwise, why makeover it as a film? Unfortunately, things that work in an intimate theater setting don't everytime work on film. You have to ratchet them down just a bit. For example, Erik is walking down a hallway and bumps into a stripper. They obviously have a past. She grabs him by the crotch and suggests he stop by later. Receive it? The name of the production company that made "Drosme" is "Between Europe and Hong Kong Productions". I hope this was some sort of allusion to the movie categories of Europe and Hong Kong. It would be the most constructive touch of this film. Europe is popular for making movies of artistry and depth. They are not scared to tackle taboo topics and show them in a method that does not pander to the lowest common denominator. When they work. When they don't they seem pretentious and boring. As exciting as witnessing a third-rate poet's therapy session in a badly lit room. Hong Kong is known for exciting action movies which hide what they lack in nuance and storyline by keeping the action coming at such a furious pace and with such visual panache that you don't have much time to dwell on it. When they work. When they don't there is no amount of atmospheric lighting and quick paced editing that can create you not regret picking films because of the cool cover art and the blurbs on the back of the video box. Europe and Hong Kong can be a unbelievable combination when it works. In "Drosme" it doesn't and you are left with the worst of both worlds.
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