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Description: Sarah has five kids from various husbands, the five kids are Adul, Gilbert, Koko, Bontot and Billy. Although their fathers are dead, but every father inherited strongly, so the five brothers have various physical and properties according to their father's background, there are Betawi, Ambon, Chinese, Javanese as well as various religions.
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Description: A young Iranian boy who is desperately trying to meet girls who can safe his stay in Denmark. As time runs out, he falls in love and his past catches up with him. The movie deals with themes of race, class, and the struggle for a better life.
Description: Mater is a movie about the struggle between love and law; about social differences and distances that these generate. And about love, that crosses all, allows all: both nice and evil.
Description: The stories narrated by the movie bring together individuals all over the world, spanning over sixty years and thus symbolically covering the approximate period of a single human life. Every of the stories is based on real accounts and events, summed up from newspaper articles, statements, and media announcements. Through internal monologues the collage makes up a entire which transcends any individual story.
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Description: In this sequel to the ever-so-campy, wanna-be gay soft porn, Daydream Obsession, the naked-body-obsessed Clayton (Joseph Dain), whose previous demented daydreams turned to kidnapping and bondage nearly destroyed his friendship in the last movie with his straight roommate Brian, actually turns his fixated attentions upon his boyfriend Luke, who he suspects is cheating on him. Will the relationship survive Clayton's delusional fantasies? Written by Joe Fowler
Description: A group of journalists covering George Bush's planned invasion of Iraq in 2003 are skeptical of the presidents claim that Saddam Hussein has "weapons of mass destruction."
Description: The storyline largely centers on a grandfather who finds himself deeply depressed by the dramatic downward turns Bulgarian society has taken. The changes of the past half century have created a deep communications gap between generations and he is unable to communicate with his troubled son. Nor is the old boy able to do much to support his grandson who is making his first forays into criminal life, blaming it all on his mother who admits she is incapable of loving him. The grandfather tires of life with the bleak family and so goes to an old people home. But that proves repressive, so he and a couple of mates leave to enact a money-making scheme. When that fails, the old boy finds himself alone and destitute on the rough roads of Sofia where his despairing eyes witness the further ruination of his homeland.
Description: Apart from a several easy houses, a bar, a gas station with a mini supermarket and a garbage dump, there really is nothing in rural Fulton County, Georgia. Introverted Joel works at the garbage dump where he sometimes finds a helpful glass bottle or two, which he cleans up and takes home. Then, one day, he receives an unexpected smartphone call: his ex-wife has disappeared and it is actually his responsibility to look after their son. Joel, about to meet his son for the very first time, has no concept how he is going to build a relationship with 10-year-old Will who also seems to live in a globe of his own. Luckily for them, Clara, a bright woman from the neighbourhood, is on hand to help, and Will starts to launch up to his father. But the youth welfare officer is already banging on the door. Director Jaron Albertin’s directorial debut is a sensitive, slightly melancholic drama about two outsiders who explore a deep understanding of every other.
Description: Hailed by John Grierson as 'one of the greatest descriptions of life in the country anybody has yet made', the movie follows a young couple torn between the choice of emigration to Australia or remaining to work their croft in Shetland.
Description: In one Vojvodinian castle, the preparations for the enjoy that will be performed by members of the Association of the blind are in the process. The enjoy is dedicated to the Jews from America who are supposed to come and visit the zone of their ancestor's massacre in 1942, during a raid in Novi Sad. The plot was to be carried out according to the original stories of witnesses who have gone through this tragic event. However, the initiators of the present manipulate the blind folks in order to smuggle bombs for Albanian terrorists.
Description: "Grace" is a storyline about the fragments of life of one family, their habits and their decisions. The daughter is forced to sacrifice herself to take care of her mother. Or is that her choice?
Description: When a single mother and high-powered Chicago advertisement executive returns to her home city in Kansas to care for her ailing father, she rediscovers the joys and hardships of farm life.
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Armed with 16mm cameras, a miniscule budget financed independently by 15 various black businessmen, and a unbelievable script, Spike shot "Get On The Bus" and released it to commemorate the one-year anniversary of the 1995 Million Boy March. Set on a bus bound for Washington D.C., this movie examines the issues and opinions of different of black boys on racial problems in the 90's.Family, misogyny, homosexuality, religion, violence, education, and economics are all addressed here as well as another issues. Spike does not only shed light on problems that pertain to black peoples involvement in White America, but the movie also attacks color-consciousness among light-skinned and dark-skinned blacks (as he did in "School Daze"). Like "School Daze," this may be the only another Spike Lee movie that seems to be aimed directly at Black America, and Spike shows the varying degrees of complexity with his cast of characters. There is a rage-filled actor, a homosexual couple in the midst of separating (one out-and-proud, the another closeted), a sensitive cop, a level-headed family man, a gangbanger turned Sunni Muslim, a naive filmmaker, and a tired, defeated elderly man. There is also an estranged father who sees the March as an occasion to re-connect with his resentful, bound-for-crime teenage son. His son has been recently convicted of burglary and has been ordered to remain "chained" to his father for 48 hours, the irony of which does not escape the another members on the bus.Given the movie is almost set entirely on a bus, Spike restrains himself in dispensing out his evolving camera and editing styles, using only a brief sequence set in a desert to bleach the screen with a massive yellow tint. Many Spike Lee regulars are in the film, like Ossie Davis and Isaiah Washington who give sound performances (Davis' "I lost everything" monologue is especially moving). The true notable acting is provided by Andre Braugher as an angry, egocentric actor whose rage is fortunately balanced for him with a healthy dose of articulated intelligence and Roger Guenever Smith as a sensitive, bi-racial cop who works in South Central Los Angeles. Those two really are the stand-outs in this film.The dialogue is so flowing and casual in this movie despite its subject matter, that you should listen to this movie instead of watch it! I can't suggest this movie enough for fanatics of Spike Lee or fanatics of nice dialogue. As a Spike Lee worshipper, I rank this movie in his top 5. Potent.
I just got done watching Spike Lee's "Get on the Bus" for the first time in about a year. The film is done in a manner, I can't really describe it, that is very various from previous efforts by Spike Lee. The movie follows a bus of about twenty men, all African-American, on a trip to Washington, D.C. to attend the Million March that was held there in 1995, about a year before this film was made. We follow every of the men, including a father and son who have tethered together on a court order; a homophobic actor, who takes an instant disliking to two homosexual men; a cop whose father was killed in the line of duty; a former gang member who is actually a social services worker for troubled children who he's trying to hold from living a life in gangs; an up and coming movie student, who is video taping the happening so he can present it to his future children; and an open-hearted elderly boy who is going to the Million Boy March simply because he wants to."Get on the Bus" is in my opinion, one of Spike Lee's greatest films. Every of the characters are special in one a method or another.A movie that is not to be missed.
Receive On The Bus is probably one best films folks do NOT know about. This film territories boys of all ages and various backgrounds together headed to The Million Boy March. Although many may not relate to Farrakhan and his beliefs, they will, however, be educated on problems of race, unity, and respect. Regardless of skin color or ethnic background, folks can easy relate to the characters on-screen. If anything, Receive On The Bus will teach anyone to have a deeper love and appreciation of our fellow man.
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