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Description: Ema is a very pretty but innocent girl, so cute that vehicles ruin in her presence. Young marries Dr. Carlo Paiva, to whom she is not attracted, but is her father's friend. They transport to the Valley of Abraham. Carlo loves her, but decides to sleep in a separate room, to avoid waking Ema when he has to return late at night. With time she starts to feel unhappy about her marriage so she finds a lover.
Description: Buddy Gilbert (Gavin Bellour) is a struggling musician living in NYC. He spends his days touring the northeast with his pet turtle, testing community centers, dive bars and coffee stores because, he says, it beats a 9-to-5. One day, Buddy overhears his neighbor Susan (Elisabeth Moss) receive in a particularly terrible argument with her boyfriend and, although he barely knows her, he finds himself taking her out for some cheer-me-up ice cream.
Description: Ichijo Sayuri, once the legendary queen of Osaka strippers, has retired to run a sushi shop. She is awaiting her day in court after having been arrested for indecency at her farewell performance. While she was active, she was both the rival and the model for many young strippers. Harumi was one of them. Ichijo Sayuri was the real-life queen of Osaka strippers who was arrested on her final performance. While claiming it was a fictional account, the movie still sells itself as “documentary porno” as it deftly mixes shots of Sayuri’s post-retirement life with the fictional acc of the ambitious stripper Harumi. Harumi’s striptease in front of the police station is, perhaps more than anything else, a symbol of the rebellious attitude towards the authority of Nikkatsu.“Roman Porno” itself was continually hounded by police censors.
Description: Romantic quadrangle involving two burgeoning musically gifted brothers- one respectable, difficult working and difficult working, while the another irresponsible, selfish and a rascal, a willful heiress and a waif.
Description: An old aristocrat, short of money, who does not agree the fresh globe ruled by the bourgeois class ,epitomized by the industrialist and by the doctor who finally grabs the the aristocrat's castle which later will be turned into a hospital.
Description: The work of a progressive female psychiatrist and her colleague at a mental hospital is threatened by the comeback of a conservative fresh supervisor, who disapproves of both her ways and the fact that she is a girl in a "man's field."
Description: A member of the Red Peony troupe, singer Tang Pei Hua (Yeh Feng) is renowned for her pretty voice and appearances. Her beauty, however, invites the unwanted attentions of cruel and lecherous warlord Cao Lin (Zeng Mei). In order to escape Cao's grasp, Tang and her lover Lin Ke Qiang (Chin Han) decide to run away to the south where they can live freely. But their plan is uncovered by Cao, and Lin gets captured. In order to save Lin, Tang gotta sacrifice herself and entertain Japanese guests at a banquet, throwing herself into danger's way.
Description: Carmina, 58, runs a store selling Iberian products in Seville. After few robberies and no support from her insurance company, she comes up with a method to recover the cash she needs to hold her family. While she waits in her kitchen for her plan to kick in, she thinks back over her life, her work and her miracles.
Description: The files that escaped the shredder have become an wonderful motion picture. From the Kennedys to Martin Luther King. From cab drivers to Congressmen. From housewives to hostesses. He had something on 58 million people. It was all in his files. Actually you can see how he used it.
Description: Embittered widower, Ludvik, spends his nights transporting illegal refugees in his van from Croatia, across Slovenia, and into Italy. The young and inexperienced Rudi acts as his helpmate. Together they become a well-trained duo who almost each night convey "spare parts" to Italy. Of course the storyline of their illegitimate exports into Europe ends tragically, for everyone. The entire concept of this acc is that everyone - including ourselves - is looking for happiness: the "spare parts" because of the misery they are plunged into without, and our characters because they can't search it inside
Description: Dan Donahue has finally met the girl of his dreams. But on the night he is going to propose, he is overcome by deep-rooted anger caused by the father who abandoned him as a boy. Dan confronts his feelings of bitterness head on as he pours his heart out in a letter to his father.
Description: A DEA agent and a local sheriff have to wrestle with their consciences as they begin raids on local farmers, who have started growing marijuana simply to hold their farms operational. Storyline focuses on a young man, who accidentally discovers that his straight-laced parents are involved in the marijuana cultivation.
Description: The Photo Makers is a 2000 Swedish tv enjoy directed by Ingmar Bergman and written by Per Olov Enquist. The drama is set in the year 1920 at Filmstaden where the movie director Victor Sjöström is shooting the movie The Phantom Carriage, an adaptation of Selma Lagerlöf's novel Thy Soul Shall Bear Witness! Accompanied by actress Tora Teje and movie photographer Julius Jaenzon, he has actually invited the book's authoress to take a first look at some early scenes.
Description: A group of mates on a weekend camping trip decide to investigate a local urban legend. The trip will change their lives as they are forced into a war for survival vs a horrific monster.
Description: This is the tragic and real storyline of the abduction of Amber Hagerman. Her family and the community's efforts to search her and bring her kidnapper to justice prove to be a groundbreaking movement toward implementing a government-run tracking system.
Description: Terje Vigen, a sailor, suffers the loss of his family through the inflexibility of other man. Years later, when his enemy's family finds itself dependent on his benevolence, Terje gotta decide whether to avenge himself.
Description: Martha Horgan is a withdrawn, mentally disabled girl who lives with her aunt, Frances. One of Martha's unusual traits is that she doesn't lie, a quality that leads to her getting fired from a dry-cleaning store thanks to the actions of the shifty Getso. Conflict seems to follow Martha, since she also becomes romantically involved with local fix-it man, Mackey, who is sleeping with Frances as well.
Description: In this made-for-tv movie, an adopted girl decides to search her birth mother. Her find leads her to a shocking discovery that she has to face and why her upbringing was not an simple one.
Description: This conventional post-nuclear holocaust drama from Yugoslav director Veljko Bulajic seems to be at cross purposes. On the one hand, its anti-war sentiments are clear, as well as its realistic scenarios of destruction, and on the another hand, the director and scripter Cesar Zavatini have turned the storyline into a satire. At the center of focus is a young couple who were getting married when the atomic bombs changed the face of the planet, and through the couple's own dilemma the greater picture is glimpsed. Assisting Eva Krizevska, Anton Vrdoljak, Zlatko Madunic, and another actors is President Marshal Tito's army.
Description: On August 9, 1945, the Americans dropped an atomic bomb on Nagasaki. This film, based on a storyline by Mitsukaru Inoue, describes the everyday life of folks in Nagasaki the day before that fateful event. It presents the human drama of people's lives, and their feelings of joy and sadness. These contain a newlywed couple, an expectant mother, and lovers who gotta tell farewell because the man is named to serve in the army. Every of these people, like others in the city, hoped to live with their dreams for ‘tomorrow’. But tomorrow never comes for them, as their lives are brought to an abrupt and unexpected end. Knowing how the storyline ends, in this case, doesn't detract from it at all; rather, it enhances the emotional impact, which is further heightened by the poignant musical score from Teizo Matsumura. 'Ashita' is the first movie in Kazuo Kuroki's 'War Requiem Trilogy,' which also contains 'Utsukushii Natsu Kirishima' (2002) and 'Chichi to Kuraseba' (2004).
Description: A woman's husband is blinded in an auto accident, so she hires the another driver as a chauffeur. Then she catches her blind husband with his mistress so she seduces her fresh chauffeur into murdering him.
Description: War of Kosovo (Serbian: Boj na Kosovu) is a 1989 Yugoslav historical drama/war movie filmed in Serbia. The movie was based on the drama written by poet Ljubomir Simovic. It depicts the historical War of Kosovo between Medieval Serbia and the Ottoman Empire which took zone on June 15 (according to the Julian calendar, June 28 by the Gregorian calendar) in a field about 5 kilometers northwest of Pristina.
Description: Fresh York. Some explosions destroy all the bridges connecting Manhattan with the rest of Fresh York. The authorities attribute the disaster to a terrorist organisation. But Jake Gorki, a policeman of the Fresh York Police Department, flying over the Federal Reserve Bank with his helicopter, suspects something else: a robbery
Description: The Christmas Wife is a made-for-cable tv drama based on a storyline by Helen Norris. An aging and newest widower, not wanting to spend his first Christmas alone, responds to an advertisement in the newspaper which reads: "You are not alone. We create social arrangements of all kinds." When he visits the Social Arranger, he makes it very clear his only interest is in "social company" and is subsequently introduced to a girl who agrees to spend the vacation with him. The girl bids him to not ask any questions about her private life, which harbors a secret that threatens their developing friendship, and should ultimately change both their lives.
Description: Naseem means Morning breeze, and charts the storyline of a young school going woman Naseem (Mayuri Kango) in the months leading up to the demolition of Babri Masjid in 1992. She shares deep and loving bond with his ailing grandfather (Kaifi Azmi) who represents the era of communal harmony between Hindus and Muslims in India, as he fondly recalls the times he spent in pre-Independent Agra. As communal tension erupts in the town of Bombay, Naseem receive increasingly bewildered by changing dynamics at her school and in the neighbourhood, while her grandfather watches helplessly at a town getting deeply divided over the Babri Masjid issue. The movie ends with the grandfather passing away on the day of demolition of Babri Masjid.
Description: Our Sons is a 1991 made-for-TV film starring Julie Andrews and Ann-Margret as two mothers of gay sons, one of whom is dying of AIDS. As a tiny city waitress, Ann-Margret's hero gotta overcome her own homophobia and learn to love her son unconditionally. In the process, she cements a lasting friendship with Andrews's character. The film was inspired by the 1987 documentary Too Little, Too Late. Andrews' hero is secretly homophobic, and Ann-Margret's hero is openly homophobic. The dying son is played by Željko Ivanek; Hugh Grant plays his partner.
Description: During a Post-Apocalyptic period in the near future the majority of the European population has been wiped out by some sort of undefined plague. Cino and Dora, a young couple, are rounded up by what constitutes the authorities on an isolated temporary base. They are examined and given antibiotics which will protect them for six months, said to pick out a deserted house to live in the area, and test that time to conceive a child.
Description: A look into subculture of real Honda Enthusiasts. These tuners became part of a culture, which steered away from body kits, huge rims, and another cosmetic accessories and focused more on clean Japanese styling and serious performance. They give us a look inside their passion and the many territories of the Honda tuning scene. Which contains their project cars, JDM style, the internet's influence on the scene, street racing, and the growing trouble of automotive theft. Featuring many well-known tuners including members of the infamous Southern California group FFSquad and the editors of both c16 Magazine (Former Editor Rodney Wills) and Super Road Magazine (Jonathan Wong). A true look at folks who took lived and experienced a culture which made its method from the underground to the mainstream.
Description: Jane Morgan gives birth to her baby at the hospital. When she wakes up the next morning, the hospital says her, that her son died at birth. However from ultrasound reading she had before, she knew she was having a girl. Actually the hospital is stone-walling her, telling she is just in denial, due to her loss. Actually she is trying to war the system, to search evidence of the apparent mistake by the hospital. Only it wasn't the hospital's mistake. Nurse Rita Donohue is the one who made the switch. She faked a pregnancy to hang on to her roving boyfriend. But she grabbed the wrong baby, her boyfriend wants a son, so actually she's faking a second pregnancy, and making plans to receive other baby.
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Roman Polanski's short movies made between 1957 and 1963 in Poland, plus the French-made "Le Gros et le Maigre" (1961), are accessible in the 2-disc set Criterion release of "Knife in the Water" (his landmark first feature, 1962). It's a nice occasion to explore his early work and confirm how uniquely talented he was from the very beginning. My two private favorites: the masterpiece "Le Gros et le Maigre" (q.v.), a Beckettian satire on despotism and humiliation; and this fascinating "Two Boys and a Wardrobe", which says the surrealistic storyline (without dialog -- Polanski seldom used dialog in his shorts) of two boys who come out from the sea carrying a huge, massive wardrobe (symbolic interpretations are welcome, of course) and land on a seaside village only to be rejected and humiliated by everyone they meet.Mixing tones of Absurd Theater (Beckett, Ionesco), silent comedies (Keaton especially), surrealism (Magritte comes to mind), and Kafka with a very sophisticated visual style (those fabulous framings!), his very peculiar sense of (black) humor, nice rhythm and K.Komeda's excellent score, Polanski manages in 15 mins to build an exhilarating, original tale about intolerance, hypocrisy, selfishness, cowardice, violence, and prejudice -- but also about bonding friendship, about acknowledging your background and standing up for who you are (check out the ending). This is the type of work that proves that short movies can be a fully satisfying movie format.P.S.: The role Polanski plays here is a sort of "prequel" to his Chinatown thug.
One of his earliest films, at 25 years old, Polanski is still exploring the greatest method to shock the audience, engross the audience, AND serve them a feast of the unconventional. Perceptive, witty and occasionally downright nasty (see the theatrical 'murder' in the river as the two heroes blithely carry the wardrobe along the bank), Polanski's trademark weirdness is still embryonic but ultimately satisfies. An oddity, yes, and a gotta see for anyone who cherishes dreams of movie school.
I saw this Roman Polanksi short on the Criterion collection DVD set, and it's definitely one of my favorites of his. It shares a lot with silent comedy, but it's a tiny more peculiar within its own conventional quirkiness. It's all about two men, and a wardrobe, as the game all too blatantly makes clear. But what ends up being surprising, funny, and even touching to an extent is where the wardrobe gets taken around to. They can't seem to receive it really anywhere, and the destination of the wardrobe seems to be undetermined. It's really all a large excuse to showcase a mixture of silent-film comedy with an underlying message that should be read into. What's it like to bring along something or someone that is just very out of place? This becomes all the more evident as the two boys test to rest it down at some places, only to search they have to take it back up again and hold walking. I loved the bits of business that happened, but even just as much the light whimsy that's given to such a strange scene. What's more surreal than two boys carrying a wardrobe along a beach? And the melody by the nice composer (who's greatest work is in Knife in the Water) Komeda, gives the picture just that excellent quality that lends itself to being memorable still. It's 14 mins of cinematic bliss for Polanski fans, and for a student movie it's got a genuine lot of creativity, humor, and a mission that is not lost amid the tact of entertaining to no end.
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