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Description: When a family of swans create their home on the Peterson farm, it’s love at first sight for 10-year-old daughter Frankie. But along comes no-nonsense ornithologist Ginny Newsom, who rushes in to “save” the majestic birds. For Frankie’s dad Jack, it’s dislike at first sight when he encounters pushy, know-it-all Ginny. Frankie and her brothers are anything but neutral observers as they watch the initial hostility between their widowed father and the strong-willed Ginny transform into something else. Should that be romance in the air?
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Description: In the year 2000, a jury convenes in Friesland to elect the Sportsman of the Century. One man, Sake Wiarda, tries to convince his fellow-jury members not to nominate a sports character like Abe Lenstra, but to give preference to the Frisian pole-squatter Taeke Jongsma. In flashbacks, Wiarda says his audience the life storyline of this worker's son, who since childhood tries to escape the oppression of the working class in the thirties. Taeke finds out he is a splendid pole-squatter, but his record attempts are repeatedly thwarted by his nice rival in love. Vs the background of the historical changes in the previous century, the love storyline gradually unfolds between the pole-squatter and the farmer's daughter.
Description: The Dutch Roos and the Turkish Rana are two adolescent bosom mates who divulge all their secrets to every another in a diary. Whereas the philandering Roos is more interested in men than in school, the reserved Rana tries to create the greatest of her study. The women are very different, but share the desire to become famous, as well as the fact that at home nobody understands them. Roos' single mother is working all the time and Rana is fully fed up with her mother's traditional upbringing. When Rana's brother reads a passage from the girlfriends' diary to his mother, the case escalates. Rana is place under house arrest and is no longer allowed to associate with Roos. For the girls, this is the limit: they take the first train to Turkey. The long adventure becomes one nice adventure, which not only puts their friendship to the test, but also brings about nice changes on the home front.
Description: The year is 1969. Father Louis (27) lives in a monastery and his priesthood is a vocation for him. However when his mate and colleague priest Daniël begins having a relationship with a woman, Louis also begins to question his celibate life. Why is he not allowed to have intimate relations with other human being? A series of happenings create Louis rebel vs the Catholic Church and in 1973 he leaves the monastery. Possibility brings him into contact with Daikha, a girl who teaches him about love. In 1999 his short affair with Daikha is almost forgotten. Louis has turned away from the church and actually lives with his childhood love Liliane. Then he gets news that will change Louis' life drastically for the third time.
Description: One year after the fatal accident that took away their son Floris when he was 11, the distress of the Mensch family is still visible. Father, mother and their daughter Sacha (now 17) every come to terms with the loss in their own method and become fully alienated from every other. The mother's bouts of depression shape the oppressive mood. The introvert Sacha suffers in these surroundings. She is also about to sit her exams. The truck-driver who killed Floris has been trying to contact the family for a year, but mother anxiously hides his letters. She wants nothing to do with the murderer. Sacha has reached the scene when she wants to know exactly what happened, especially as she, as elder sister, feels guilty about his death. She begins looking for the driver.
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Description: Edward Schneider is asked to sing the St Matthew Passion in Amsterdam's Concertgebouw. This is a nice occasion for him to avenge the eternal mockery to which he is subjected. However what no one sees is that the is having problem with himself. He is not able to come to terms with the melody of Bach and sing it credibly. Then there is Schneider's prostitute, Miriam. While she despises her client, she is also financially dependent on him. Miriam is also at a turning mission in her life through her wars with her daughter, who does not have much respect for her mother's profession.
Description: Uitgesloten is set in 1983. Jonathan is 18 and, just like his greatest mate Coen, he has grown up in the Jehovah's Witnesses. In this globe with its strict rules, Jonathan and Coen however have their own ideas. Both have girlfriends, Marjan and Annemiek, who live in a very various world: the women study at art school and mix with squatters. The men do not say their girlfriends about their background and they anxiously hold Marjan and Annemiek hidden from their own community. The mates lead a double life: they ring doorbells to distribute the Ontwaakt! and enjoy in a band for the Jehovah's Witnesses, while they also visit ska concerts and squatters' bars and become increasingly caught up in the worldly life of Marjan and Annemiek.
Description: The actor Lucas Bron performs the enjoy Lord Lear by William Shakespeare for the pupils of his son Patja. After the show, Patja has already got home when he is warned that his father's house is on fire. He rushes to the fateful spot. The fire brigade has already arrived and is unable to tell whether his father is still in the house. Patja desperately runs into the burning house and finds his father unconscious on the kitchen floor. But Lucas' spirit is in the theatre. In a magic train of thought, just before he dies, Lucas directs and acts, assisted by his son, high points and weak from his eventful life in the theatre, but also outside. Theatre and reality become intertwined. It slowly becomes clear that Lucas still has something to say his son.
Description: Rianne and Freek have three adopted children. They have a stable and satisfied family until the eldest son, Gilles (17), doubts his parents' love and sets off in find of his roots in Belgium. The family atmosphere is disrupted. Freek manages to calm the conflicts by talking, but swallows a lot of feelings. This affects his health. Rianne doesn't know whether she can hold the family together on her own.
Description: When Louise (70) and Maximum (72) meet, it is love at first sight: they abandon their sleepy lives and travel to the South of France, where they become the terrors of the 'Route du Soleil'. They rip off naïve tourists with their act as a sad old couple: a second youth that goes further than their wildest dreams. Based on a real story.
Description: October 1997. Paul Winters (35) is deputy public prosecutor in Arnhem and is working on his first major case: an investigation in to the allegations of a Bosnian woman that she was raped by three troops in the Dutch UN contingent and whose brother is alleged to have been killed by them. Winters suspects that the woman is saying the truth, but he can't prove it and the situation is adjourned. Then one of the boys gives a revealing statement that throws a various light on the case. Winters argues in favour of reopening the case, but faces opposition from an unexpected quarter.
Description: Onno (30) applies for a dream job as curator in Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum. He makes it through to the last round with the arrogant yuppie Alex. The younger and self-assured Alex seems to have a better possibility of getting the job and Onno will not tolerate that. A several days before the last interview, he kidnaps his enemy and locks him up in a remote cottage that his girlfriend has just inherited near a railway line. As later as he gets the job, he releases his victim. Three years soon - Onno actually lives together and has a son - he is a successful curator at the Rijksmuseum and needs an assistant. While interviewing applicants, he is confronted with Alex, actually blind in one eye.
Description: The Iranian refugee Amir finds two golden retrievers while jogging on the beach. They have slipped their leash in the hands of Marijke, a middle-aged girl who takes out her daughter Emma's dogs each day and does her housekeeping. Marijke is not capable of keeping her selfish daughter in line and has no authority over the dogs. Amir wants to support her. When Emma hears she has subcontracted the dogs to a refugee, mother and daughter come into conflict. Emma looks for a replacement, but is eventually forced to ask Amir. When they meet, they receive on at once, until his residence permit runs out.
Description: Based on the Fresh York Times best-selling novel by award winning creator Wally Lamb. A vivid slice of 1960s life, Wishin' and Hopin' is a wise-and-witty vacation tale that celebrates where we've been-and how far we've come. In the tiny city of Three Rivers, Connecticut, we go straight into the halls of St. Aloysius Gonzaga Parochial School with Felix Funicello, a Catholic school fifth-grader in 1964, whose claim to fame is his cousin Annette Funicello, the popular Mouseketeer and teen film queen. But grammar and arithmetic transport to the back burner this vacation season with the sudden arrivals of substitute teacher Madame Frechette and feisty Russian student Zhenya Kabakova. While Felix learns the meaning of French kissing, cultural misunderstanding, and tableaux vivants, Wishin' and Hopin' barrels toward one outrageous Christmas!
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Description: A naive California teen plans to remain above the fray at his Nebraskan family reunion, but a strange encounter territories him at the center of a long-buried family secret.
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I attended an advance screening of "My Week With Marilyn," and much to my surprise, was absolutely blown away. I was initially very reluctant to agree Michelle Williams as Marilyn, one of the most pretty and glamorous girls of all time, but she was extraordinary - luminous, even. She pulled off the role seamlessly, and turned Ms. Monroe into a layered, complex character, rather than the sex-kitten caricature we are all so used to seeing. Michelle managed to present us the true Marilyn - the girl who so desperately wanted to be loved, to be accepted, to be nice at her job. The vulnerability, the mannerisms, the voice - all were pitch perfect. I have no doubt there will be yet other Oscar nomination in Michelle Williams' near-future.I was also very impressed by Eddie Redmayne, who's hero was arguably the heart of the film. He was perfect as the star-struck yet sensitive Colin Clark, who helped Marilyn through her very hard time on the set of "The Prince and the Showgirl." This was definitely a star-making turn for Eddie - I expect we'll be seeing much more of him. The film is related in tone to "The King's Speech," and was helped by a pretty score and unbelievable costumes. Director Simon Curtis, who devoted eight years of his life to this project, did a unbelievable job capturing the essence of 1950's England. The wardrobe department deserves a nomination, as do the writers. Kenneth Branagh was magnificent as Laurence Olivier, as was the nice Judi Dench as Dame Sybil.All in all, one of the greatest movies I've seen this year, and definitely the greatest (not to mention most authentic) portrayal of Marilyn ever to hit the silver screen. I couldn't have been more impressed.
MY WEEK WITH MARILYN – CATCH IT ( B+ ) A young Colin Clark remembers the time he has spend with Marilyn Monroe during the filming of "The Prince and the Showgirl". The film is said through the eyes of Colin Clark and how he sees Marilyn and her estrange relationship with the director/actor Laurence Olivier. As the film is only about some of days Colin Clark spends with Marilyn, we don't receive to see the entire drama inside her life but I gotta commend Michelle Williams for her stellar portrayal of Marilyn because it's her performance that takes you deep into the mind of Marilyn rather than the script itself. Michelle Williams's hardcore study on her hero shows in the film and she deserved her Oscar nod. Eddie Redmayne is impressive as everytime but over the years I've noticed that Eddie is everytime nice but never really leaves a powerful impact. I've seen him few films so far but he wasn't that memorable in them. Kenneth Branagh is simply superb. Julia Ormond and Dominic Cooper are alright in their parts. Emma Watson did a decent job out of Hermione, even it was a tiny role but it was defiantly nice to see her spreading outside Harry Potter franchise. Overall, My Week with Marilyn is a nice film and Michelle Williams's performance is worth watching. Highly Recommended! P.S I would love to see Michelle Williams reprise her role as Marilyn Monroe in Marilyn's autobiography if Hollywood decides to create one.
Marilyn Monroe, the quintessential blonde bombshell, came to Pinewood Studios in 1956 to shoot 'The Prince and the Showgirl', a light comedy directed by and starring Laurence Olivier. Colin Clark, the third assistant director on the film, was the lucky 23-year-old who got to spend a week with her. 'My Week with Marilyn' cinematises his diary.I imagine there aren't many characters more hard to enjoy than Monroe. It gotta be like testing Elvis. But I'm delighted to confirm that Michelle Williams makes the impossible look easy. She has thrown herself into this part and has nailed the portrayal. Aside from the physical resemblance, Williams walks, talks and acts like Monroe. It's too early to tell whether she'll victory the Oscar next year, but a nomination seems a certainty. Williams' performance is bolstered by impeccable turns by an enviable roster of the creamiest cream of British talent: Judi Dench, Kenneth Branagh, Zoë Wanamaker, Eddie Redmayne and Emma Watson. Especial mention gotta go to Branagh whose Olivier is impeccable. He accurately displays the legendary actor's sophistication and scurrility, and is bound to obtain a helping Oscar nod. I loved the film's playfulness, for instance when Clark takes Monroe on a tour of Eton, followed by skinny-dipping in a cold river. The filmmakers do well to capture the craziness of Marilyn's globe and the feeling of what it was like to be the most popular girl in the world. There are some lovely tiny touches – like the stage where Clark asks Monroe why she has a picture of Abe Lincoln by her bedside. Her reply, 'I don't know who my true father was, so why not him?'. Eddie Redmayne, who has appeared in some large movies ('The Nice Shepherd', 'Elizabeth: The Golden Age') is well-cast as Colin Clark. Perhaps it's because he looks so much the underdog. He sort of represents each young boy who would have killed to be in his shoes. Clark has his eyes set on Monroe but resigns himself to the fact that Emma Watson's character, a costume assistant, is more his match. A weakness in the story, although I'm unclear of the veracity, is how underused Watson is and how readily she forgives his liaison with Monroe. Didn't women have higher standards in those days?Simon Curtis is yet other Englishman who has moved seamlessly from TV to cinema. His movie astutely plays down the fact that Colin was brother to the even more popular Alan Clark, a former Conservative MP. Rightly so, I think. This movie isn't about the minister or his also-famous diaries. I'm glad the filmmakers didn't sacrifice the film's integrity by moulding it to be rated 12A (British certificate) to increase ticket sales. The two or three flashes of flesh are not only welcome, they are vital (Monroe told that 'the body is meant to be seen'). Curtis teases us like Marilyn was popular for doing. But he knows not to go too far by showing us any more than is necessary. In summary, this is a brilliant biopic, as well as a storyline of what happened when a young boy got close to the star he adored. It is bittersweet and evocative of a golden age of Hollywood. I was made to care for Monroe. I felt terrible for her when she was exploited. Along with Elton John's pretty song, this movie has made me understand Norma Jeane Mortenson a tiny better. Actually I see her as more than a sex symbol. She may have been blonde but she wasn't dumb. Dumb blondes don't read James Joyce or marry Arthur Miller, or come out with some of the wittiest lines a person can utter. She was like all of us, really: a human being.www.moseleyb13.com
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