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Description: MT RUSH - is the show as a near-future science fiction, chronicling the day-to-day activities of a lesbian Mt. Rushmore Park Ranger as she navigates an onslaught of interactive fundraising mails that appear on a transparent interface, leading up to the 2016 Presidential election. The narrative arc of the film is based on the urgent, alarmist, and oddly personalized campaign and fundraising mails from the Democrats and Republicans (i.e. Hillary Has Been Mailing You… or WE QUIT: but we don’t wish to quit). Serving as both narrator and foil to the ranger, the mails perform the pervasive political rhetoric in today’s systems of governance; while acting as a meditation on the National Park Service and politics.
Description: A painter lives with his wife and four kids in a studio. Due to constructive frustrations and the irritation of admirers and hangers-on he becomes increasingly reclusive, finally sealing himself away in the attic. Based on an Albert Camus story.
Description: Mathilde and her husband, who works in a minister's office, are not rich. Mathilde, however, loves pretty clothes and her husband loves her too much that he lets her do anything she wants. One day they obtain an invitation for an necessary party and she wants to look her best. She borrows a pretty diamond necklace from her rich friend, but then the necklace gets lost.
Description: Cleveland, 1935. Eliot Ness, new from his legendary Chicago triumph over Al Capone and associates, set his sights on Cleveland and went on a crusade that matched, and sometimes even surpassed, his past accomplishments. Dismembered body parts have started washing up in a concentrated zone of Lake Erie Sound. Their headless torsos have left no clues to their identity or the reason for death. Elliot Ness and his colourful gang of “The Unknowns” chased this assassin through the underbelly of Cleveland for years. As far as the public was concerned he was never captured. But what really happened is even more shocking.
Description: A runaway couple go on an unforgettable adventure from Boston to Key West, recapturing their passion for life and their love for every another on a street trip that provides revelation and surprise right up to the very end.
Description: A Fresh York detective squads investigates the death of his daughter who was murdered while on her honeymoon in London, and recruits the support of Scandinavian journalist when another couples throughout Europe suffer a related fate.
Description: A small Quebec community is thrown into an uproar when a tall young Texan called Bill arrives to claim a farm he has inherited. Bill's inability to speak French, and his apparent unwillingness to learn the language, foments plenty of ill will in the community. The storyline is resolved with an abundance of warmth and humor, sometimes hokey, sometimes hilarious.
Description: Valeria is 17 and pregnant. She lives in Puerto Vallarta with Clara, her half sister. Valeria has not wanted her long-absent mother, April, to search out about her pregnancy, but due to the economic strain and the overwhelming responsibility of having a baby in the house, Clara decides to call their mother. April arrives, willing to her daughters, but we later understand why Valeria had wanted her to stay away.
Description: In Seoul, a Korean woman is passing the French oral exam DELF. Yet the examiner’s questions lead her to speak unexpectedly about her hard family story. With the stress, her weak lvl of French gets worse, then unconsciously, she begins to express herself with gestures.
Description: The storyline of a young mother with a failed marriage behind her, who wars everyday for her dream to launch a hair salon, challenging her fate in an effort to gratis herself and gain independence and right to happiness.
Description: After just losing her six year old daughter in a hit & run, Marion is overwhelmed with grief and despair. Looking for solace from anyone who will listen, she finds George, an equally troubled individual and the two attempt to heal. Through George, and her neighbor Dawn, her choices, decisions, all start to fall into place. However, she is unaware that George, the love of her life, is also the drunk driver who killed her daughter. When George decides he has to say Marion the truth, Marion gotta create the most necessary decision of her life. The question is, for her, will it be the right one.
Description: Nightclub entertainer discovers the truth about her birth mother while making the right choice in her love life, selecting the nice guy over the slimy, exploitative hoodlum.
Description: Seeing Sabar brag about his success in Jakarta, two young Batak boys from his village, Tigor and Sahat, are enticed to go search Sabar. Their hopes and dreams are dashed. Sabar lives in an obscure slum alley, working only as an “oplet” driver (a tiny vehicle used as public transport), and constantly bickers with his wife, as Sabar is full of dreams and bluffs. So Sahat and Tigor test to live in Jakarta on their own. Tigor wants power and becomes a thug controlling a parking lot; but the folks working there beat him to death. Sahat dreams to be a nice writer and is willing to marry Mona, the daughter of a publisher, just to open his career as a writer. But Sabar dies when his vehicle is overturned in an accident. None of them achieves the dream they wished for. This movie is easy Asrul Sani’s best, aside from Apa jang Kau Tjari Palupi. Aedy Moward also acts wonderfully here.
Description: Aisyah just graduated. She lives in Ciwidey, West Java, a religious village near a tea plantation, with her mother and younger brother. Her father had died a several years ago. She wants to be a teacher. One day, she gets a call from the foundation where she enrolled: she gets her want fulfilled at the zone that she never knows: Derok, North Middle Timor District. From the beginning she feels like a "foreigner". The local folks mistake her as Sister Maria, just because she wears a veil like a sister. The folks is expecting the comeback of Sister Maria as a teacher in the village. This isolated village is without electricity and cellular signals. The fresh environment, the various tradition and religion create Aisyah giddy. Fortunately there is Pedro (Arie Kriting) who makes the issues easy. She gotta face the hatred of one of his student, Lordis Defam. Through the chief, she understand that she is a Muslim who is considered an opponent by Lordis Defam who is a catholic
Description: In Rigoletto, the deformed figure of the hunchbacked jester at the Mantuan court acts as a foil to his cynical and strong master, an unscrupulous philanderer contrasted with his cruel and unforgiving fool. Rigoletto encourages and welcomes the Duke's conquests, pitilessly mocking his victims until he discovers that the Duke has abducted the one person he genuinely loves, his own daughter. As a result, the hero of the court jester is transformed into a tragic figure who, in spite of his evident immorality and malice, allows us to sense the devotion he feels for his daughter and his horror at being destroyed by the same despotic globe as that which he himself has helped to create.
Description: A makeover of 1973's Indonesian classic film of the same title. Seeing Sabar brag about his success in Jakarta, two young Batak boys from his village, Tigor and Sahat, are enticed to go search Sabar. Their hopes and dreams are dashed.
Description: Following a long prison term, 30 year-old Céline gotta search a zone in society. Hiding her past, she introduces herself with a fresh identity to receive work for a trial period in a hotel. Céline finds herself endlessly walking a tightrope between truth and fiction. When she meets Idir, despite the threat of being unmasked, Céline falls in love and finds herself a prisoner to her own lies. But how can one live without taking risks?
Description: 50-year-old Victor Ganz owns a thriving civil engineering company that operates worldwide. But when some very costly issues on a website force him to go to Morocco, he is confronted with memories from his youth, that he had so far managed to bury. Between his meetings in ministries, the reappearance of a lost love who had mysteriously disappeared and an investigation into the local underground, Victor Ganz plunges into a labyrinthine globe where show and past intertwine.
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According to ALISSA SIMON of "Variety", this is a high-concept omnibus movie developed from an concept by Serbian movie critic/producer Nenad Dukic, that brings together five shorts by young lady directors from the republics of former Yugoslavia, all incorporating pregnancy in some way. Of variable interest and varying length.Each segment is titled simply with the name of the country in which the action takes place, and separated from the next by a brief fade to black. The episodes reflect the economic, sociological, cultural and religious differences among the different countries. Strongest in terms of craft, performance and narrative is the suspenseful "Serbian Story." Tale of an expectant mother (Natasa Ninkovic) sharing an emergency room with a charming assassin (Sergej Trifunovic) offers the piquant twist of an O. Henry yarn. While "Serbian Story" seems finished as a short work, ambitious drama "Bosnia & Herzegovina Story" feels more like an open-ended treatment, with nuanced acting that suggests complexities beyond the scope of the short running time. The narrative centers on a financially strapped Sarajevo family (Bosnian stars Emir Hadzihafizbegovic and Jasna Ornela Bery enjoy the parents) forced to search a fresh zone to live, while the pregnancy of Dutch U.N. official Hedder (Nina Violic) by the family's proud son (handsome Feda Stukan) is more tangential to the story. Uneven "Macedonia Story" unfolds in a personal clinic where a junkie (soulful-looking Iva Zendelska) wars to hold her baby. Director Dzidzeva's hyper-real visuals and poetic framing create an impression despite the risible script. The longest but least engaging of the five, melodramatic "Croatian Story" follows a mentally unstable painter (Nera Stipcevic) who gotta decide if she could undergo a "selective reduction" because one of her twins will have Down syndrome. Still, notable production design helps the feeling of two worlds between the painter and her businessman hubby (Goran Bogdan). Arriving last, the attenuated "Slovenian Story," about a nun (Lucija Serbedzija) with her own ver of immaculate conception, ends the omnibus on an awkwardly humorous note. Performed almost as silent comedy, the segment doesn't rep Slak's greatest work.In conclusion, it should be stated that the movie would not attract a very huge audience, but that it was definitely worth seeing.
The omnibus consists of five segments, every was directed by a various person (all girls directors from the countries of former Yugoslavia). The segments have one subject in common - pregnancy, although they also portray typical issues of the transition in these countries. All segments are rather interesting to watch. The only trouble that an average viewer might search repulsive is that the movie is quite "dark". The only exception is the segment from Slovenia (the last one in the omnibus), which ends in a rather positive and feel-good attitude.The darkest storyline is the Croatian one. The main hero Sonja (Nera Stipicevic) has to deal with two serious problems, the obsession caused by the death of her mother and pregnancy with one of her twins having Down syndrome. In my opinion, one of her struggles would be just enough. This method it offers a mission of view that is too pessimistic.The second segment comes from Serbia. It takes zone on Fresh Year's Eve and says a storyline of Milena, a pregnant girl whose husband, a taxi driver, gets killed in the street. Therefore she takes too many sleeping pills and ends in a hospital. Nurses and doctors are in high celebration spirit, so it seems that nobody really cares for the patients and their problems. The only person accessible for conversation is a charming young criminal who lies in other bed. Unlike Croatian story, this segment includes some humor so it would probably be more appealing to the average viewer, although the subject is very "dark" again.The third segment is from Bosnia and Herzegovina and says a storyline of Heder (Nina Violic), who is an OSCE employee from Holland. After spending a year in Bosnia, she is about to leave to Afganistan. She wants her career to prosper so she is willing to sacrifice her relationship with Haris (Fedja Stukan), a boy from Sarajevo who she fell in love with. However, she seems to have second thoughts after she discovers she is pregnant.The fourth segment is from Macedonia. It takes zone in a state hospital where a young pregnant junkie has to war for the future of her baby. Beside the pregnancy issue, the segment strongly portrays the issues of social differences and inequality in present-day's Macedonia, where cash seems to be the only measure for everything, which is especially obvious when tycoons and folks from the bottom of the social scale confront.The fifth segment comes from Slovenia and is the most interesting in my opinion. I search it genuine, optimistic and very unusual. It's the only segment I would rate with a 10. It says the storyline of a nun who undergoes artificial insemination and therefore gets expelled from her convent. The funny thing is that she's taken the vow of silence, so nobody knows what really happened. Croatian actress Lucija Serbedzija plays the nun and she is absolutely brilliant in her role. It is nice to watch all the feelings she expresses without telling a word (in the whole segment she tells just one word). The segment also portrays some serious issues typical for transition and poverty, but it has a rather positive attitude. It shows that human spirit is unbeatable and that will probably create you smile and feel nice in the end.
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