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Description: A young boy with ideals, equipped with a high-school diploma, dreams of a quiet and honest life. Nevertheless, being unable to search a job and facing the issues of unemployment, he gets involved in a ring of thieves. The hoodlums organize a major heist. Lefteris agrees to take part in order to solve his cash issues and live happily with his girl. Things, however, do not develop smoothly. The hero, at the last moment, manages to escape and avoid arrest by the policemen, thanks to the support of a woman who works in a cabaret in Piraeus and is in love with him.
Description: The Black Oud represents a subtle fresh direction in documentary. I have used the term 'bio-documentary' to describe this slight, though essential, difference between my movie and the majority of private or experimental documentaries made in the last decade.
Description: The movie is simply the internal, subliminal (poetic) thoughts of an aging girl poet as she travels the world, alone, probably for the last time, thinking of a mate she has lost. Finally, she returns home to write ("write or die"). These storyline elements are all included in the last long poem of H.D. when she was in her 80s. - Lawrence Jordan
Description: The Grove is the second part of Lawrence Jordan's H.D. Trilogy. It continues what began with THE BLACK OUD (again featuring Joanna McClure as the catalyst) and concludes in STAR OF DAY.
Description: In a pretty garden named Ecos, there are a tons of monsters there who neatly fulfill vital roles in the healthy ecological system of the area. However, this state of reasonable environmental harmony is disrupted when a fresh species of grub like monsters start to ravish the land of a required fruit. This folly leads to the disruption of the environment of the garden while this greed leads to a series of happenings that have tragic consequences.
Description: Shin-ho wants to visit his son but Hye-yeong refuses to let them to meet due to his past treatment of the boy. Hye-yeong feels that it is time to place the past behind her and, leaving her son in the care of a friend, she leaves Korea with a fresh lover.
Description: In rural Afghanistan, folks are storytellers who create up and say every another tales of mystery and imagination to explain the globe in which they live. The shepherd kids own the mountains and, although no adults are around, they know the rules; they know that men and women are not allowed to be together. The men practice with their slings to war wolves. The women smoke secretly and enjoy at getting married, dreaming of finding a husband soon. They gossip about Sediqa; she’s eleven years old and an outsider. The women think she is cursed. Qodrat, also eleven years old, becomes the topics of gossip when his mother remarries an old boy with two wives. Qodrat roams alone in the most isolated parts of the mountains, where he meets Sediqa and they become friends.
Description: Ester (16) lives a secure but mundane life, in a tiny city on an island together with her religious and conservative parents. One day, when she’s in Sunday school, she meets Ragna, a woman who has just moved to the same tiny city with her alcoholic mother and her 8 year-old brother. In Ragna, Ester sees what she has been looking for her entire life. Unaware that Ragna sees the exact same thing in Ester, and especially Ester’s father. The attraction of opposites makes them greatest friends. Together they dream about getting away from their boring life on the island, but later they realize that it’s only their own self that they wish to escape from.
Description: J is in their early teens and lives in the countryside. J has been diagnosed with Gender Identity Disorder, goes by the chosen pronoun “they”, and takes hormone blockers to suspend puberty. While J’s parents are away, their older sister and her Iranian boyfriend are assigned the duties of house-sitting and looking after J.
Description: Carter never left his sleepy, suburban, NYC commuter-community after finishing High School. When his mates finish college and return home for a brief visit before starting their adult lives, he is spurred to action. He cashes in his unused college fund, packages a suitcase, and leaves home determined but without direction.
Description: Three highschool women test to receive cash from their parents to support pay the hospital bills for a friend. They come up with a scheme where one of them pretends to be kidnapped in order to obtain the ransom money. However, the plan is revealed and two of the women are taken into police custody. When released, one of the women jumps from the roof of the school out of shame and to call attention to the plight of their friend.
Description: Unbelievable piece of movie noire. Nice acting, París, well, as pretty as ever. Love the plot gaps, force you to thunk. To imagine. The entire storyline is never revealed. Highly recommended. Marie is delicious.
Description: Kindergarten teacher Jeon Hye-yeong brings her son to the child's father, Shin-ho, to be raised. However, the kid is unhappy with his father's family and dreams about living with his mother causing Shin-ho's growing frustration with the man to turn to violence.
Description: A boy, metaphor of today's youth, reflects, waits and contracts in front of the inexorable progress of capitalism. The youth of today is named early to be mature, to have the illusion that the globe is small, dependent on technology and finally to an extreme competition. Faced with such a view, a huge part of today's youth, is often tending to apathy, waiting without purpose, to a life without goals. It 's a phenomenon that the globe doesn't know? But from the ashes comes a fresh life. So the young boy is named to be aware of his existence to a fresh form of youth, where he doesn't fun anymore running among wheat fields, but he is oriented to sit on the subway testing with the smartphone.
Description: Set vs a backdrop of greed, corruption and political intrigue, lies a storyline of love, power and betrayal. Beginning with a revolution, and ending on the another side of the world, it is a storyline about money, oil , and a clandestine romance of abeautiful girl in love with a boy from a foreign land.. This is where cultures clash, friendships tested, bonds broken and lives lost, in an international conspiracy of lies, spies and secret agendas, hidden behind a Golden Veil.
Description: The movie says the storyline of the happenings during the night of January 19 to 20, 1990, when the Soviet Units invaded Baku and its surroundings and killed many civilians.
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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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