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Description: 16 year old Bret lives with his indifferent father and a stepmother who abhors him. After yet other war he leaves home. He meets two guys and a woman who are drifting around. He feels attracted to Roxanne and they decide to continue together to LA. Unfortunately Roxanne gets busted by the police, so Bret is on his own again. In LA he meets some great guys who offer him lodging. However they are involved with (male) prostitution...
Description: Ubi Sunt. Porto. Cartography of an imaginary zone attracted by the margins (social and geographical) Hybrid and eclectic project, it is the outcome of a audiovisual research residency of humam and urban exploration of an expanding city. Ubi sunt qui ante nos fuerunt?, meaning "Where are those who were before us?". Reflective essay on mortality and life's transience, it emerges from that dialectic, of a and episodic and fragmented structure with a choreographed cinematography; where the memory intersects the contemporary.
Description: Follows the serendipitous meeting of two young women on the Venice Boardwalk, who, though worlds apart in lifestyle, embark on unexpected and lifelong friendship. CC is an aspiring singer trying to create it in Los Angeles. Hillary is the daughter of a prominent civil rights lawyer who struggles to search her own destiny. Their friendship—even with its ups and downs—sustains them for decades.
Description: A movie about the right to divorce for girls in Iran. The Upside-down Triangle is the first detail movie by Iranian independent filmmaker Hossein Rajabian. The black-and-white movie has been shot and directed by Rajabian – who has been involved in photography for years – using digital cinema technology. The shooting of the movie kicked off in mid-February 2013 and came to an end in early May 2013. Snowfall in Central Alborz in northern Iran and [problems associated with] local arrangements are to blame for the prolongation of the shooting
Description: This adaptation of three tales by E.T.A. Hoffmann, with a sprinkling of Goethe’s Faust, portrays the German poet as both narrator and character recounting his love affairs with Olympia, Antonia and Giuletta. Robert Carsen’s spectacular production highlights the melancholy genius of a boy marked by life, with a coherence and dramatic sense remarkable for a work that leaves numerous questions unanswered. Under the baton of Philippe Jordan, Stéphanie d’Oustrac, Ermonela Jaho, Kate Aldrich, Yann Beuron and Ramón Vargas and Stefano Secco in the main role, interpret the legendary airs of this work whose brilliant mystery will continue to dazzle opera houses for countless years to come.
Description: The storyline of a couple during the stay in the apartment of one of them. During that time, both their emotional states will constantly change due to a love that has consumed them, the promises that have not yet been fulfilled, and the time that has passed and will not return.
Description: In this realistic, unsentimental portrait of Germany’s dire economic situation, a middle-aged payroll clerk loses his job due to technological advances and, unable to search another, descends into despair. The film’s director, Marie Harder, was one of only a several girls directors of the time and was also the head of the German Social Democratic Movie Office. She made only two known movies before her accidental death in exile in Mexico in 1936.
Description: Miguel, a debutant director, and his young squad live a series of tribulations during the shootings of their first film, which unrolls between Lisbon, Venice, Paris and Madrid.
Description: As NBC's hit sitcom "Diff'rent Strokes" proves a long-running hit for a network desperately in need of one, its young stars: Gary Coleman, Todd Bridges, and Dana Plato face all sorts of problem off-camera. Gary wars with his parents over the management of his salary, Todd runs into problem with the law countless times, and Dana's career after the present meets with despair and tragedy.
Description: Juana is a 30 year old girl that, up til now, hasn’t allowed herself to be happy. An unexpected encounter with Gustavo, her ex-boyfriend, revives her most impenetrable emotions. From that moment, Juana feels forced to challenge her sadness, agree what happened, and face what is yet to come.
Description: There are more refugees in the globe today than at any mission in history. And half of them are children. Allow Me In is a cinematic experience which reimagines the refugee crisis as if it was event on America’s shores. Written and directed by Jonathan Olinger, this tale of survival and the remarkable power of the human spirit is inspired by the stories of true refugees. Starring Alicia Keys, the movie follows her and her family's quest to survive after they experience unimaginable violence and embark on a adventure that will forever change them. Along with thousands of Americans fleeing the conflict in Los Angeles, they gotta seek security by attempting to cross the border into Mexico. Guided by their resolute love for every another and utter determination, the refugee family gotta navigate oceans and desserts in their unrelenting pursuit to search refuge and reunite.
Description: Jose is an obsolete boy who owns an obsolete business. His store, a technical reparation center that made him feel alive when he was young, it is going to close very soon. One of his last work days, Jose receives the visit of a strange customer.
Description: Known for his brutally violent policing tactics, suspended police officer Michael Clarke is sent undercover to infiltrate the notorious London criminal enterprise of Terance Turner, with the task of bringing the gang boss to justice.
Description: A cinematic storyline of drama after the drama and fight that rages on in people's hearts even after the war. The hero, an Orthodox Christian monk, finds himself on a street to spiritual healing through circumstances he should never have dreamed of. The storyline follows the path to spiritual uplifting, metaphorically introduced at the very beginning in the hero's walk to the secluded hermitage. The leitmotif of watering a dry, dead tree, repeated throughout the film, illustrates the absurdity of the monk's faith. The permanent paralysis of the characters after the torment of fight invokes forgiveness as the only means to ultimate healing.
Description: Monique is so anxious to become a film star that she gets naked for a producer, watches another naked women in the producer’s another naked movies, and finally ends up starring in a naked skinflick where she’s tied up by a fetish freak. All of which is dutifully chronicled by her obsessed roommate Rita.
Description: Thirty-year-old Imane lives with her husband and three kids in a modest house across from the historic citadel of Aleppo. She suddenly realizes that it's been ten years that she's been married, ten years during which she's done basically nothing more than take care of her husband and their three children.
Description: Based on the novel by Argentine poet Juan José Saer, Gustavo Fontán’s pretty movie observes, over the course of a single day, three interrelated families who live around the Parana River. Wenceslao (Germán de Silva of Las acacias and Wild Tales) blames himself for his son’s death six years prior, but attempts to receive his still-grieving wife to attend her sister’s Fresh Year’s Eve party; she refuses, even after her nieces and another sisters join in the effort. Throughout, DP Diego Poleri captures the golden-hued radiance of the river during the day as spellbindingly as he does the charcoal-tinted night. -from http://www.filmlinc.org/
Description: A ghostly visitor with a shocking secret, a daughter devastated by loss, a deadly duel – and the most popular question in all of drama. Just some of the reasons why Shakespeare’s iconic tragedy will keep you spellbound.
Description: As woodsmen, brothers Kemal and Cemal struggle with an uncertain future, living in a house inherited by their father, on the outskirts of a village. Kemal has everytime been a father to his brother. Nalân, arrives one day with Kemal, and adopts the house as her own. Her presence soothes Cemal, who's shaken by his mother’s death.
Description: Just out of prison Joe Harris looks to reset his life. His wife Barbie has moved and the one boy who can say him where refuses to do so. Enraged, Joe beats the old boy senseless and runs away to his father's home, where he also finds his wife. A police detective comes around about the beating (which will later to become a murder) and Joe insists he's innocent. Joe says his wife and father he's a changed boy and he's only a suspect because of his prior conviction. Barbie and Fred struggle with their desire to trust Joe's plea vs their fear he'll never change.
Description: A troubled boy turns himself in, believing he's harmed others but is at fight with himself over the facts surrounding his quest for clarity and a brush with supernatural phenomena.
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This is a watered down ver of Sinclair Lewis's 1920's mad screed "Main Street" with an especially inane title- I Married a Doctor.The city is the villain in the novel. However, in the movie,Lewis's mission is blunted, almost as if not to offend the moviegoers who might be denizens of tiny cities like the one described. Even the name of the city has been prettified. In the ebook the city is named Gophers Prairie- here it is named benignly-Williamsburgh.The most necessary hero change is the tiny city doctor. Dr. Will Kennicot, in the book, is a stolid, dense boy who never seems to understand his wife Carol who is sinking under the weight of the hypocrisy and vapidity of tiny city life. In the movie, Pat O Brian plays the Doctor, very well , I might add, and he is a sensible character who says- the city isn't the problem-it's human nature that's the problem.Lewis doesn't much agree. Carol is a bit of an idiot in the book, but Lewis's sympathies are clearly with her. Casey Robinson is the credited screenwriter and as usual he does a nice job with his dialogue, much of which sounds natural and human. The film is fairly well directed and the story, what tiny there is moves along. However, Lewis dark vision of American life would not be accurately portrayed on the screen until 1960's Elmer Gantry.
For some inexplicable reason, Warner Bros. took Sinclair Lewis's acclaimed novel Main Road and gave it one of the most inane games in screen history. The movie is nonetheless a fine adaptation of the novel, saying the storyline of a sophisticated girl from the town at odds with the conventional values in a tiny American town.Class act Josephine Hutchinson is perfectly cast as the discontented wife, and Ross Alexander is outstanding as the malcontent with artistic sensibilities who falls for the married Hutchinson. (Alexander's career was tragically slash short when he committed suicide in 1937. Ronald Reagan was allegedly selected by Warner Bros. to replace Alexander, but in terms of talent, there's no comparison.) Pat O'Brian underplays the role of the doctor admirably, but he is still somewhat miscast, as he comes across as more sensitive than the at-times obtuse hero depicted in the novel.Well photographed, the movie only disappoints with its cop-out ending, which tends to negate the quality of the rest of the film. However, if you think of the film's game as Main Road rather than I Married a Doctor, you could appreciate this unjustly neglected gem from the '30s.
Despite its inane title, this is a powerful tiny movie. Pat O'Brien is excellent, as are the helping players.I am a sucker for films about the joys of country living. Two that come to mind are "Mother Carry's Chickens" and "The Get-Away." Yet, there is a reason I live in Manhattan and not in a tiny town, which I did as a teenager.This is the storyline of a sophisticated girl who tries to be liked by the townspeople where well loved doctor O'Brien practices. It is an uphill battle. The girl are envious and catty. The boys are staunchly unwelcoming.She is drawn to the son of a prosperous farmer, the artistic Erik (Ross Alexander.) Though her interest is only in supporting him attain his artistic goals, tongues begin wagging. (This despite the fact that neither seems interested in members of the opposite sex, he most noticeably.) Even Doc O'Brien doubts her fidelity and she leaves, Alexander having been rather quickly disposed of in a vehicle accident of which she is unaware.O'Brien is enormously likable here; so coming back to him does create sense. Coming back to this horrid tiny town, which she does at the very end, however, does not. There is no reason to think she will be made to feel any more welcome than before her departure.
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