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Description: Anna begins and ends in euphoria: brother and sister Stijn and Brecht have both place the ghosts of the past behind them and she has finally told 'yes' to the tall waiter who has been courting her for so long. In their tragic past, the mysterious Anna plays a key role. When some time soon Anna suddenly reappears, she again turns the siblings' life topsy-turvy.
Description: A group of holidaymakers descends on the West Frision Island Vlieland, where every of them is confronted with relational problems. Loneliness, surfacing secrets or a crisis; everyone gets their share.
Description: The long-awaited sequel to Men Briefs, the successful compilation of six outstanding short movies about gay first love. Hosted by DANNY ROBERTS, star of MTV's THE REAL WORLD NEW ORLEANS. Movies included are: Doors Slash Down (2000); Chicken (2001); Back Room (2000); Breakfast? (Frühstück?) (2002); Touch (2001); and Take-Out (2001)
Description: Jamie, an aspiring photographer and clumsy romantic, falls for his mate William, a pre-med student who's involved in a long-term relationship with an older man. Shared dance lessons and shared wine lead to shared beds. William wants Jamie but won't leave his partner. Confronting William and confronted by William's partner, Jamie starts to sort out the difference between being lonely and being alone
Description: An encouraging and sexy storyline of overcoming obstacles in reaching real love. Johnny, a thin 19-year old (played by Justin McFarlane), leaves a reform school in Chehalis, Washington, to hitchike north to Olympia, Washington and eventually meet and transport in with a hunky lawyer, Joel (played by Michael Harboush). Assisting are Chip (Donald Allen), the popcorn king's young son along with his fresh lover Senator Matthew Bradley (Dennis Kleinsmith).
Description: An ultra-grim Highway Security Movies title, thanks to narration that’s even more dour than usual and a chilling musical score by Hungarian composer Zoltan Rozsnyai. This is not the TV series, "Emergency!" These are true folks who are hurt. You not only receive a glimpse of the gory effects of accidents; you see emergency care before the paramedics came into vogue (1969). Miami rolled out the first paramedics that year while Los Angeles County (basis of "Emergency!), along with Portland, began providing road medicine.
Description: Based on a scene enjoy by C. Stafford Dickens, Command Performance is also beholden to The Prisoner of Zenda and another Ruritanian romances of that ilk. Neil Hamilton stars as Peter Fedor, a scene actor who bears a striking resemblance to Prince Alexis of Kordovia (also Neil Hamilton). Getting into a war with the hotheaded Alexis, Peter gives the prince a royal shiner. Impressed by his courage, the Queen Mother (Vera Lewis) orders Peter to impersonate Alexis, who has announced that he will give up his throne if he is forced to marry the contentious Princess Katerina (Una Merkel). Peter and the Princess fall in love, whereupon the petulant Alexis is said to take a hike. Command Performance was one of few interesting movies produced by James Cruze for low-budget Tiffany Pictures.
Description: A satire about the hard method movies are made in the Netherlands. The focus is on the painstaking method in which aspiring filmmakers, have to see the script in hand, grants and funds available.
Description: It is the real storyline of a boy named Biagio Conte, a Sicilian who was looking for God and ended up founding a point to support the homeless and the poorest immigrants of his city. His storyline begins in the mountains as a shepherd and continues on a long trip to reach Assisi, the home of Saint Francis.
Description: Sarah Duncliffe (played by Rachel Kerbs) wars suicidal thoughts and disturbing hallucinations of her deceased sister (a victim of a tragic childhood accident), an abusive ex-boyfriend who continues to stalk her, and the banal existence of an empty marriage. Weeks away from delivering a kid that she feels undeserving to parent, Sarah finds her life taking a surprising turn when she accidentally meets her fresh neighbor who harbors an nice life secret and shares a private connection that will change her forever.
Description: Do you have experiences in your life that you write off to the indiscretions of youth? When you’re in the heyday of your youth, do you intentionally do things that are reckless because you know you can? A group of mates look back on their past, some with fear, some with regrets, as they think back to the mistakes and choices they made when they were young and wonder if they would do it all over again in the same method if they got other chance. “Bye, Old Times,” also known as “Bye, Old Days” and “Be, Jiu Shi Guang,” is a 2013 Chinese movie directed by Li Xin. It stars Tang Ji Liang, Liu Cheng Rui, Qiang Yu and Hua Jiao.
Description: Based on the traditional Dutch smartlap category (an overly dramatic folk song). Maria Machita has to deal with a lot of heartache in this short musical film; her father dies in an accident, her mother perishes in the theatre, and her sweet Turkish boyfriend is leaving the country. Awarded with a Gouden Kalf for Greatest Short Film, the Prijs van de Stad Utrecht and the Pathé Tuschinski Award. (from http://www.filmfestival.nl/publiek/films/de-tranen-van-maria-machita)
Description: I don't know who I am - that's what it is', the seventeen-year-old curly redhead Jordi grumbles to his tough girlfriend. Under mother's wing, Jordi spends all his time on the Internet. His only journey is a ride on the back of his girlfriend's motorbike. One day, a coincidental but shocking discovery on the Net forces him to begin searching for his identity, away from his familiar environment. It takes him to a confrontation with his biological father who was supposed dead, but appears to live in Ireland and does not instantly press his lost son in his arms. Kilkenny Cross is a coming-of-age drama, in which the Dutch urban water landscape contrasts with the green hills of Ireland and the impassiveness of modern means of communication with the longing for human intimacy. A chat session between mother and son leads to an emotional climax. In a cameo role, female novelist Manon Uphoff explains what real love means.
Description: On Scene is a fake documentary about a promising five-headed cabaret company at the Cabaret Academy, who after their graduation are signed up by an impresario. The latter wants to open them as true stars, but the troupe appears to be less close-knit than expected, when machinations and mutual tournament drive the mates apart and one person is even victimised. The actors really graduated from the Academy in 2003.
Description: Making Waves is the storyline of Cella (Jacqueline Blom) and her 71-year-old mother Johanna (Kitty Courbois). Life smiles upon Cella. Happily divorced, having two kids and a successful job as a presenter at a local station, for which she interviews folks each morning who take the ferry across the IJ river. In her enthusiasm, Cella resembles her mother, once a celebrated violinist, but the similarity also causes friction between the two women. Just when Cella meets a fresh love, her father's sudden death puts her life on a various track. Johanna increasingly muddles past and show and brings back fragments of memories that mission to a painful secret she carries on her back. Cella tries to dig up the truth.
Description: Jeanne, an orphaned young heiress, is about to be married off to an elderly boy by her scheming aunt, who stands to create cash on the marriage, a fact of which Jeanne is unaware. Jeanne is also unaware that her aunt heads a ring that runs crooked card games, and one night Jeanne attends a fixed bridge minigame at which her aunt hopes to hack a wealthy young boy out of his money...
Description: An elderly farmer finds out that he owes a large inheritance tax. Land developers present up to offer him a predatory deal. His neighbors are having related problems. That's when an old acquaintance of his arrives for a visit and lends a hand.
Description: In 1960s Fresh York, Walter Stackhouse is a successful architect married to the pretty Clara who leads a seemingly excellent life. But his fascination with an unsolved murder leads him into a spiral of chaos as he is forced to enjoy cat-and-mouse with a intelligent assassin and an overambitious detective, while at the same time lusting after other woman.
Description: A tiny city lawyer, with a comfortable tiny city life undertakes the largest situation of his career in an zone of law he does't handle vs corporate defendants that never lose.
Description: Acting on a hint from former scene actress Fern Madden, who is actually working as a film extra, Jimmy Burke, a Hollywood reporter, publishes an article revealing an independent movie producer to have mob connections. As a effect of the story, Jimmy becomes town editor.
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Five months ago, I had no concept who Xavier Dolan was. Now, after watching 'Mommy', I have no hesitation in telling that he's one of most talented artists to have come into prominence in the past several years.What director and writer Xavier Dolan, who is 25, achieves with 'Mommy' is quite spectacular. Not only does he manage to impress with top-notch directorial skills and an impressive and complex understanding of human relationships, but he has successfully accomplished the ultimate target of a filmmaker: transmitting emotions -- pure, unaltered feelings.I was never a supporter of the concept of re-watching films; I thought that by re-watching a movie, you would lose precious time that should have been used to watch a potentially even better film. However, 'Mommy' has fully destroyed this idea for me. Leaving the cinema room, I had a sense of restlessness that went away only after watching it for the second time. And guess what? The feelings the movie transmitted remained as new and relevant as they were the first time.There are a myriad of aspects that are worth discussing when referring to this film: the fabulous actors, the impressive test of music, the intelligent test of colors, the numerous jaw-dropping cinematography-related features and the tons of raw feelings 'Mommy' explores. But, by analyzing every of these aspects in detail, you may risk to experience a movie whose surprises will not be as poignant as they would be by discovering them yourself.I can safely tell that 'Mommy' left an indelible tag on me. Its honesty, the beauty it exudes and its life-affirming tone create for an enthralling chef d'oeuvre that will undoubtedly have a certain result on whoever decides to watch it. To sum up, 'Mommy' manages to do what an necessary piece of art does: communicate authentic feelings. And, for this, I am grateful. Bravo, Dolan!
Wow! I was left with tears and emotional instability after watching this film. I mean this in the greatest method possible of course. I've never been so emotionally AND PHYSICALLY moved by a film. Mommy is so strong and touching in so many methods because it captures a lot of problems, turmoils, and emotions that we all experience. In fact, it didn't feel like I was watching a film. I felt like I was living with these characters and experiencing everything they were going through. Laughing with the characters during their happiest moments, crying with the characters through their darkest times, and feeling frightened of what would happen next were all sentiments I felt throughout the film. This brings me to one of the most nice aspects of the film-the acting.The acting was absolutely superb! Everyone was terrific. The three main characters depicted by Anne Dorval, Suzanne, Clément, and Antoine Olivier Pilon were so engaging and compelling. They WERE their characters. I didn't feel like I was watching actors acting-it was so real! Bravo to all the entire cast!The cinematography was breathtakingly beautiful. Xavier Dolan movies are everytime a treat because they are all so visually stunning. Dolan captures many of the activities we do such as dancing with our family and friends, falling onto our beds, riding our bikes/longboards, and karaoking so majestically. Dolan is truly talented.I was very excited to see Mommy for the longest time and I was not disappointed. I was transported to a different, magical, yet realistic world. I wish to thank everyone involved in the production of Mommy. It was extremely strong and so painfully relatable. I think about this movie daily and still receive emotional. The soundtrack was lovely-I listen to it daily and the songs evoke so much more meaning now. EVERYBODY, GO WATCH MOMMY!
Anne Dorval is far and away the greatest actress I have had the pleasure to watch in the past couple years. She was solid in J'ai tuer ma mere. She is explosive in Mommy! I haven't written a review yet but her performance encouraged me to do so. Antoine-Olivier Pilon was great, and Suzanne Clement was also top notch.I've never been so deeply affected by a movie. I went back and forth between laughter and tears throughout the whole movie. There were few scenes that I similar to....Something that really resonated with me was the scenes where the 3 main characters were laughing, dancing, enjoying life. I personally have a difficult time remembering the moments in my life where I was truly happy. I trust that is because in those moments I was so deeply immersed in conversation and laughter that my brain was incapable of creating a memory. While watching Mommy I wasn't able to remember those moments in my life but I was able to create the connection because the performances and script were so realistic. Thank you Xavier Dolan! Waiting for more...
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