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Description: Iona returns to the island where she was born with her teenage son to seek refuge from a violent crime in Glasgow. Iona's return exposes her tormented son, Bull, to a method of life she rejected when she left the island and sends a shockwave through the family she left behind.
Description: Disillusioned with his life in the suburbs of segregated Beirut, Omar's unusual discovery lures him into the depth of the city. Immersed into a globe that is so close yet so isolated from his reality, he finds himself struggling to hold his attachments, his sense of home.
Description: Luis is attempting suicide from the top lvl of a construction building when he is interrupted by Don Ramón who also wants to slay himself. The two boys engage into a conversation about life, love and family while sharing a song: "De jazmín en flor".
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Description: A couple is pursued by the police and citizens of a town for the crime of having invented love. In each corner of the city, on the walls of the bars, on the doors of public buildings, in the windows of the bus, even that wall crashed through radio adverts and detergents in the tiny store window, where no one enters the lobby of the railway station which was the home of our hope of escape, a poster denounces our love.
Description: Andrés lives obsessed with the disappearance and possible murder of his family during a violent military coup in his country. The years have aggravated his obsession and he has become a police boy as a method of accessing the truth. There is some madness in his life. He won’t rest until he finds the truth which is closer each day.
Description: After being parted for thirteen years, Doug and Cindy receive together for a relaxing trip into the Colorado Rockies and a possibility to receive reacquainted. Their plans go terribly awry, however, when a assassin grizzly bear turns up in their area, pursued by two ex-cons who are determined to slay it and accumulate a $500 bounty. Doug and Cindy quickly rediscover their love for one other during their time on the mountain, but if they're to have any life together they'll have to escape the beasts that lurk around them.
Description: Armando, the only grandson of an old worker of Salinas de Aveiro, studies melody in France and any news from him is scarce. The grandfather Abilio then decides to send him a letter announcing his death and Armando rushes to return.
Description: The town of Maribor before the Second Globe War, and Maribor after its liberation tag the period in which the movie Cafe Astoria is set. The storyline relates with a gentle melancholy and a slight irony the lives of a middle-class family: the cafe owner, his wife and their son. Through their individual destinies we become acquainted with the social and historical background of a by-gone era; the social and national differences of pre-war Maribor, divisions among the wealthy and poor, and nationally minded Slovenes and fan Germanophils. The first year after the fight introduced the absurd characteristic cruel measures of the so-called revolutionary social transformations in which calamity and coincidence intervene, resulting in happenings of comic nature, of course, as seen from a secure distance of fifty years.
Description: This is tragic comedy about how Candide was brought up in the greatest of all possible worlds, and how he was expelled from it; how he lost his beloved Beatrice and his master Azcarate; passing through existential storms and shipwrecks; of faith and encounters with the miseries of the universe; and how Candide wanted, at all times, that this was the last day of the globe
Description: Raphael is a sadistic charmer who moves into a wealthy French estate. One by one he seduces every member of the family. Nobody can resist his charms or his violent and perverted demeanor, even if it leads to their downfall.
Description: It is the storyline of a middle age professor who falls deaply in love with a young student in his English literature class. The student is a boarder in the teacher's house. The teacher is married and his wife knows he is mostly attracted to young men. She loves him nevertheless. The entire storyline revolves around a ebook the professor will write, dictating to his young pupil... he will only declare his love at the end of the writing ...and, it is too late.
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This movie made after Almodovar's first more upbeat outrageous films, is a movie that says of the end of the Movida Madrilenia, a movement existing in the early eighties in Madrid that was defined by a mixture of fresh romantic punk and pop, and the ironic test of Spanish folklore and the 'housewife' culture. When folks in this subculture started to commonly test heroine, the downfall of the movement had begun. This movie is about the choices that folks had to create at the end of this era. some stayed junkies, others died, some went back to the tiny cities where they had moved from, others went on to give up on drugs and become more constructive. The convent where the nuns reside can be interpreted as the habitation of this irreverent movement, frequented by police searches, dealers, artists, and junkies. The film has some nice musical moments which indicate that Almodovar might one day take his hand to this genre. The religious element interwtined with (homo)sexuality will certainly be proliferated again in the forthcoming film La Mala Educacion. The film also includes a cameo of a Spanish 'Harrold Robbins' kind of writer, who is featured sitting at one of the tables wiping her mouth with a handkerchief as Yolanda sings in a night club at the beginning of the movie. This authopr refers to the hero of sister Rata de Callejon, who has a secret career as trashy novel writer. The movie is somewhat darker than most of Almodovar's early movies, but is very gentle, provides enough comedy and the characters above all remain very human, all of them have their virtues and vices.
This is early Almodovar, and if you've seen his another early films, you know what to expect. If you haven't seen them, then you might be surprised. The movie is funny, unpredictable, and endearing in a kinky, warped type of way. Almodovar's nuns are unbelievable characters. With straight faces and looks of piety, they do outrageous things without batting an eye. There are probably many methods to interpret the film, but I think it's about acceptance. We're all "sinners" in one method or another, as the nuns would say, and it's not up to us to judge or condemn another people. The sisters are very forgiving - in fact, they love sinners! - and they make a tiny haven where marginal folks can search shelter. They are eccentric, they do things that mainstream society condemns, but they don't really do any hurt to anyone and maybe even support some folks search their path in life. This isn't the Catholic Church's concept of what a convent could be like, and I understand that very devout folks would be offended by the method Almodóvar treats the subject. Still, he does it in a type of gentle, nice humored method and he offers an alternative vision of religious devotion that can create you laugh if you aren't too uptight about these things. Things don't everytime create sense, but that's fine, things don't create sense in life sometimes, either. Just sit back and watch, and play the twists and turns.
Finally saw this movie today. I laughed out loud many times. It's just so wonderfully outrageous. The nuns are played by actresses that went on to enjoy leads in Almodovar's soon films: Girls on the Verge, All About My Mother, etc. The actress who plays Sister Rat figures prominently, which made me very happy, as she has had mostly very minor roles in his subsequent films. She first came to my attention in Talk To Her. She plays the concierge, and asks the reporter why her tenant is in jail. The reporter tells he's innocent. She replies, I know, but innocent of what? She has right-on deadpan delivery that just knocks you out, and it's on full display in Dark Habits.The movie is less neatly constructed than Almodovar's soon works, and one might tell the ending is somewhat messy. Still, it's interesting to compare it to his incredibly polished work of the last ten years. While the uninitiated (to Almodovar) may search parts of it a tiny shocking, it's not nearly as raw as it would be if it were made today--certainly the lesbianism is tame by today's standard.Other reviewers are right that a lot of the English subtitles miss the ironic tone in the script. But don't allow that stop you . . . It's Almodovar! Even second tier Almodovar with inadequate subtitling is better than 99 percent of everything else!
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