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Description: Written by Ang Lee ("Brokeback Mountain") and director Sylvia Chang, this movie says the storyline of a girl who pays a gambler to marry her for a green card. As Siao and her boyfriend, Gang, both illegal immigrants in Fresh York, test to become citizens, they face a hurdle. When older gambler Mario decides to support by marrying Siao, a surprising relationship begins.
Description: Last September, history was created in India when the Supreme Court struck down Section 377 and accorded dignity to the LGBTQ community that has long been discriminated against. The message this ruling brought with it was clear – Love needs no law.
Description: A BBC movie team is interviewing a ‘typical Catholic family’ in the Divis Flats zone of Belfast, when news comes in that a child, known to the family, has been hit by a stray plastic bullet fired by a British soldier – a ver of happenings contested by the army. Back in London, editing the footage, the producer and researcher on the project wrestle with how to show the incident, and with their responsibility to the folks in the film.
Description: Bogwoman charts the experiences of a girl who moves to the town from Donegal in 1958. Down the years she copes with different private and familiy pressures vs the background of the emerging civil unrest and the redeployment of British units into the area.
Description: Vs the backdrop of the bombing campaign in Britain and the Northern Ireland Hunger Strike, a young girl joins a terrorist operation which takes three folks hostage. Over the days of their captivity, she questions her own involvement and the history of Ireland which has brought her to this point.
Description: Arrogant photographer Yanto (Ray Sahetapy) all but ignores his pregnant wife, Lastri (Minati Atmanegara), leaving her at home with her parents while he carries on an affair with his fresh assistant, Yatti (Dian Ariestya). When Lastri catches the two having sex, a war ensues and Yanto accidentally kills her. He and his mistress then bury the body to cover their tracks but Yanti's spirit vengeance-seeking returns. With snakes.
Description: Andy lives recklessly. He decides to go straight after meeting, falling in love with and impregnating Maria. Unfortunately, his freewheeling methods have led to him transmitting an STD to her that causes their baby to die. The two then go through therapy to learn more about sex education.
Description: When Oscar realises he might have missed his final possibility to tell goodbye to his greatest mate Ashley, he decides to hijack the dusty old country school bus and go after her.
Description: On a wintery morning in Kolkata, five folks who leave office at midnight, take a cab to return home. During the course of the journey, they narrate stories of supernatural events, stories of spooky happenings they experienced, and stories that go beyond the mundane corporate life. As their adventure nears the end, they realize that they have just had a adventure of a lifetime.
Description: Old Yushka is an object of contempt for all the villagers, who can't cope with his kindheartedness. Yushka never complains. He keeps his own secret garden alive. Each summer he leaves town, but nobody knows where he goes.
Description: Horst is a hunter trying to stave off the inevitability of aging. Futile, as we all know. Nevertheless, he suffers a crisis of identity about himself, his world, and the forests and glades he so loves. Two days after the disappearing of his gundog Birko, Horst plunges deep into the forest to test and search the wayward pooch, and in doing so, re-immerses himself in his beloved natural world. He hears barking and ploughs on, in find of Birko. Deeper and deeper he goes. What will he discover, deep in the bosky depths?
Description: Greatest mates Ariel and Olivia's getaway to Johor Bahru takes a turn when Olivia's boyfriend Jiawei decides to mark along. As the trio discover the town with Ariel's young cousin Bob, their emotions come to the fore, and they are forced to grapple with the magnitude of their decisions.
Description: Yong, head of the safety section of the hotpot factory which is about to be demolished, trying to save his brother Hao Zi who owned gambling debts. In the situation of salary arrears, he reluctantly took the factory's 'mascot' golden dragon fish ready to money in to save his brother. Unexpectedly, the USB disk in the stomach of the fish was involved in the the factory land transaction. However, such an necessary golden dragon fish was stewed and eaten by Hao Zi, and they were forced to be involved in a series of dispute.
Description: Life of a tiny city in Siberian taiga (Chulimsk) revolves around a tiny cafe, where a young woman Valentina works as a bartender. Valentine is in love with the local detective Shamanov, ineffable, strict yet charming man, who recently arrived to Chulimsk. Despite a loving relationship with the chemist's Shamanova Zina and his mature age, Valentine finds the courage to confess her love to Shamanov. Up to this mission never noticed the beauty and uniqueness of Valentina, Shamans suddenly realizes that this sweet, modest woman is his happiness.
Description: Jane is recently sober and trying to receive her life back together when her childhood habit of sleepwalking suddenly reappears, re-blurring the line between her waking and dreaming lives. As the divide between her two realities expands, her relationships as well as her sanity start to suffer.
Description: Feeling set adrift in her own marriage, Anna corners her estranged husband Milo in a conversation about the nature of love and commitment, but ends up getting far more truth than she bargained for. Megafauna is a time-bending tragic romance that asks, is love eternal, or just an evolutionary fluke?
Description: Three directors create a film about the happenings of their past week. Relationships, work, and day-to-day private struggle—the minute features still new on their minds—are shown with unseen crystal clarity that challenges the very notion of dramatic fiction.
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Jonathon is an eight year old who is struggling to come to terms with the loss of his father and the fact that he has just moved to a fresh city with his mother. We spend a day in his company as he talks about his thoughts, runs along the beach and watches Owen scoring vs Argentina in the Globe Cup in France during 1998. He wears it well for a kid but Jonathon tells more than he thinks he does about his feelings.The year before he made Billy Elliott, Stephen Daldry made this short movie which he himself describes as a trial run for that feature. Certainly in terms of visuals and the topics of childhood feelings, this is a nice run up and also a nice storyline in its own right. The movie opens with an annoyingly loud eight year old shouting at the sky an experience that those non-parents among us will shudder at, but happily such scenes are dispensed with after this point. Instead what we are given is a very well written storyline with a constant narration from Jonathon himself. The dialogue feels very natural and yet also reveals quite a lot in the method a kid would. Some of what is told is touching and I was surprised that the writer had done such a nice job of writing words that sound natural from an 8 year old but also managed to receive a lot of meaning into them.The delivery is also excellent. Daldry's direction is really nice and the movie certainly doesn't look like one of the many weak budget short movies that I have seen it felt really professional and looked nice whether it was on a beach or in a bedroom. The minimal kitchen set was my favourite, with Jonathon's mother visibly upset through one of those serving hatch window things intelligent shot I thought. The true surprise of the piece was my third surprising kid performance of the day (the first two were in The Return) from Langan-Evans; he is natural, confident and delivers his lines well. He may not have totally understood what he was being asked to tell but he delivers his lines like he was really thinking them himself.Overall this is a really nice tiny short film. The production values and direction create it feel very professional indeed and the writing is natural and very well observed throughout. A great, confident tiny performance from Langan-Evans in the lead role only serves to create it better. A powerful movie indeed and if Daldry did test this as a run up to Billy Elliott then he certainly got off on the right foot.
This morning I watched this short movie for the first time, and have since bought my own copy. It is about an eight-year old man named Jonathan and his attempts to come to terms with the absence of his father. During the thirteen mins of run time we are given glimpses into Jonathan's everyday routine as he lives out his fantasies as a world-class footballer and the son of a boy who might, in this tiny boy's mind, have been anything, perhaps even an astronaut. But for me the single most poignant sequence in this film sees Jonathan walking over and taking the extended hand of a father that has, whilst distracted, allow go of his own son's hand. For a brief moment, before the boy realises his mistake, Jonathan walks hand in hand with a father. The sequence is both tragic and comic and, despite the fact that it lasts only seconds, its impact remains.However, this is more than just a film about a fatherless tiny man and his lonely, displaced mother. There is a deeper sadness that is revealed as the moments unfold.The part of Jonathan is played by Jack Langan-Evans. Despite what seemed to be a natural ability to act, or at the very least be well-directed, Jack seems to have no further entries on IMDb. Filmed on the South Coast, with a minimum of characters, the scenes in the sand dunes are superb - even the wind plays its role perfectly.I intend to watch this short movie repeatedly and to force it upon everyone I know. Excellent.
I didn't know a entire lot about this movie when I saw it at a Leicester Square Cinema, only that the scriptwriter Tim Clague had picked up the prestigious Jerwood Prize.It appeared before Practical Magic and frankly I know which movie I would watch again out of the two.This movie is a funny but tender snapshot of a day in the life of a tiny man relocated from Liverpool to the South Coast.The script is warm and human and I've yet to see other movie that can through so several words accurately depict the naturalness of youth.Hopefully we'll see far more of Tim and his work in the future, I personally would like to see how his dialogue should expand to a detail length piece. The UK movie industry looks in nice shape with this kind of talent ready to surface.
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