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Description: When Professor Thibaud, a nice bone specialist, asks Joëlle, a easy young girl, to donate her bone marrow in view of a transplant, she agrees without hesitation. Despite the pain and the risks, she only thinks of saving a human life. Just one condition is imposed : the giver is not allowed to meet the transplanted in any case. However it is more than she can take, so Joëlle sifts through the medical network until she meets Arnaud. The more she advances, the more she becomes attached to her transplanted, to the mission where she believes that her marrow influences his dreams and desires. Ambiguity will reign throughout this love comedy.
Description: Raghava fears watching horror films and refuses to go anywhere in the dark by himself, as he suffers from nyctophobia. Raghava loves Nandhini, a cinematographer, wants to shoot a fake haunted house, in order to increase the TRP ratings of her TV show. To their misfortune, they are haunted, not by one but by five ghosts.
Description: The Enchanted Cottage is a romantic retelling of Sir Arthur Wing Pinero's classic play. When socialite Oliver Bradshaw is disfigured by fight wounds, he hides from his father, Golden World Nominee Richard Hatch, to convalesce in seclusion at a Cottage he rented for his originally planned honeymoon. Laura Pennington, a shy plain nurse is hired on to care for Oliver. The two start developing feelings for every another and ultimately fall in love. After they marry, they explore the enchantment of the cottage has the power to transform.
Description: Adi, a writer for romance articles, had already engaged but reluctant to receive married. Before ties the knot and fall into the tyranny of marriage, Adi plan to visit his 5 ex-girlfriends once again.
Description: A P.I. looks for lost women in an underground zone where some fetish-glam slags steal from houses. The boys in this zone are not in command and the women hold increasing their sexual depravity. Are the missing young girls really lost?
Description: In a globe full of fear, where love is slowly drifting away and becoming something unreachable, we come across unfortunate people, such as Rasha and his demanding sick father. Living on the edge of existence during pre-apocalyptic time, he becomes a guard of an old hotel, and stumbles upon strange characters with whom he shares misfortune.
Description: A girl from the country moves into to the large town of Buenos Aires to begin a fresh life. Things are not going very simple and she later finds herself working as a prostitute.
Description: Having lost his wife in a plane crash, a boy tries to search out the true reason for the disaster. Forced to sift through all the lies amassing around him, he temporarily foggets about his grief. He finds a flight team who survived a ruin and celebrates his rebirth with them. Suddenly moments of grief turn into a never-before-experienced flash of freedom for him. This illusion becomes a lulling trap in which he can relive the happiest moments of his life. What we can see on the screen is an ordinary life where easy things become rare and unusual, and where grief turns to joy. Everyday routine to which he finally comes back after all shade in a contrast method the brightness of the newest events.
Description: Heading out to a stressful day at work, Mori, a devoted family man, is fully unaware of the tragic mistake he has just made. We Had a Forest touches on an unfathomable and horrifying human failing.
Description: Bob is a normal guy who lives in a globe where everything moves in reverse: Death is birth, folks grow young, knowledge is erased from your mind as the clock ticks backward. It's just business as usual... until the day Bob suddenly finds himself moving FORWARD in time! Mercenaries from other reality arrive on the stage to remove him from the "forward" world, but they're too late: Bob actually understands that the life he had was very, very wrong. He wars back, mounting an action-packed escape through insane, topsy-turvy corridors of time and counter-clockwise dimension. Will Bob save himself and humanity? Or is he destined for a life of lies and control, forced on the globe from a power beyond the future?
Description: A short time has passed. Both arrived to a mission of no return, a break is the only method out. One of them has to take the first step. This morning both decide to leave, definitely, without the another realizing it. The house remains empty.
Description: Woyzeck is a hapless, low-ranking soldier-alone and powerless in the tribal society around him. He earns additional cash by taking part in medical experiments, but during one such experiment his mental health starts to deteriorate and he starts to experience a series of apocalyptic visions. Assaulted from all sides by forces he cannot control, Woyzeck takes matters into his own hands when he finds his wife has been sleeping with other soldier.
Description: Risky Cash is a lost 1924 silent movie drama produced by Popular Players-Lasky and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It was directed by Frank Tuttle and starred famous Bebe Daniels.
Description: A boy finds a suitable match for his sister, but turns out that the boy is a drunkard and promiscuous. He falls in love with his brother-in-law's sister but due to a misunderstanding the woman starts to hate him and her wedding is arranged elsewhere.
Description: Asuka, a fresh actress who lives in Tokyo visits Aka island in Okinawa, the southern islands of Japan. Junior high-school student Takeshi, the son of the owner of a guest house, is to present her around with his heart pounding. He can’t imagine himself talking to someone like her who he only sees on a screen. When she walks around, she happens to see a Black sika Deer. Since she heard the legend about Black sika Deer from Takeshi’s father previously, it raises painful memories and accusing voices from her workmate come up to her mind, she gets depressed. Through the day-to-day life on the island with Takeshi, her mood gradually gets changed.
Description: A supernatural thriller about a young girl called Senka, who resorts to the supernatural to resurrect her husband, but gotta deal with the consequences as Hell creeps into her home.
Description: Fueled by artistic expression and limited only by their runtime, short movies transcend traditional storytelling. They are a significant and famous method artists can connect with audiences. From documentary to animation, narrative to experimental, the abbreviated form is no longer just for the novice. Shorts have and will continue to be an necessary part of cinema, storytelling, and culture. The Sundance Movie Festival has everytime been proud to treat short movies with the highest regard and to give a home to fresh (and old) projects for audiences to explore and celebrate.
Description: After a stormy six year marriage, Barnaby Powers divorces his wife Richmiel. She returns home, taking their young son Oliver with her. Barnaby follows her, to ask for custody of the boy, but meets and falls in love with Richmiel's cute and sensitive cousin Ledda. Complications ensue.
Description: Sea Horses is a 1926 American drama silent movie directed by Allan Dwan and written by Becky Gardiner, James Shelley Hamilton and Francis Brett Young. The movie stars Jack Holt, Florence Vidor, William Powell, George Bancroft, Mack Swain, Frank Campeau and Allan Simpson. The movie was released on February 22, 1926, by Paramount Pictures. It is considered a lost film.
Description: We adventure through the symbolic landscape of the subconscious mind as we follow the storyline of an unbreakable bond between father and son, A bond that transcends SPACE AND TIME.
Description: "Taking its game from John Keats’s early 19th-century poem, this highly private melodrama finds Dulac interrogating the archetype of the femme fatale. La belle dame sans merci follows a popular actress who was once seduced and abandoned by a rich boy and subsequently resolved to become a “merciless woman,” forever scheming to harm others (men in particular) in a ruthless yet captivating manner. Dulac challenges the Romantic archetype embodied in Keats’s poem by method of symbolist mise en scène, self-reflexive narration, and her typically associative approach to editing, locating a modern ambiguity within the stereotypical figures of 19th-century art." - Movie Society of Lincoln Center
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Probably one of the best underworld films ever created in a non-Hollywood environment. Boy (gianis aggelakas), a mysterious boy of the underworld, tiny time grifter and large time hard-man,who has an anarchic tendency to mumble and comment on the system, society, police, the underworld itself and another things,along with his beloved bird, Bellafonte, meets up with an odd posse consisting of kid, who is a young songwriter, a prostitute who gathers cash in order to launch o bookstore, an alcoholic woman haunted by the relationship with her dead mother, and the grudgey bar-woman-ex-girlfriend. The five of them receive caught up in a scheme involving the media, the mob, politicians and the police. And they definitely wish to receive the hell out of the city, probably to some Caribbean paradise.This is the third Nicolaides movie that has to do with Greek gangland, and the end of his "crime trilogy". Again,like in Glykeia Symmoria, nicolaides makes his own social comments, either using Boy as a mouthpiece (mind you the lyrics of Trypes, the band where aggelakas used to sing in are very "socially aware"), or throughout the plot. The violence is still tough, but there is a wee progressive notion in the film, a sense that nicolaides has matured, and is trying to transport on to newer things since Glykeia Symmoria, making a movie that has the speed of a Jarmusch movie, with an underground storyline.Trivia one: The most of the outside scenes were filmed in the district of Exarchia (Athens), which was popular in the eighties and the nineties as a zone where anarchists, drug addicts, petty criminals and rockers hang outTrivia two: The house were the rave stage was filmed, was torn down a several weeks after the shootTrivia three: The bar were the barmaid is working, was built in 1830. At first it was housing one of Lord Otthos commissars.During the 20th century it was neglected, or used as a brothel.Since the mid 1980s it houses club decadence, one of the most popular alternative rock bars in Athens
The late Nikos Nikolaidis, who I'm sure like Ken Russell will someday be belatedly elevated by movie historians to the pantheon of best cinematic stylists, falters in his penultimate movie LOSER TAKES ALL, arresting in early reels visually but ultimately falling apart due to gross sentimentality and over-reliance on cliché & in-joking. For budding filmmakers it serves as an object lesson that nihilism and sentimentality don't mix.One IMDb-er invoked Jim Jarmusch as a reference point, which I search off-point but helpful nonetheless. That is because Nikolaidis fell victim, like Jarmusch and so many another promising directors (Greenaway, the Kaurismakis, Abel Ferrara; name your own poison) to what I term Filmfestival-it is. As a journalist in the '80s I covered movie fests and studied their history, back to pioneering Venice and the tourist-attraction known as Cannes (created to attract people in the off-season to the fabulous Riviera town).What was once an necessary phenomenon, tell in the '50s and '60s, for discovering talent, creating early-warning-buzz, crystallizing critical opinion and serving as international stores for the purchasing & selling of movie distribution rights, these festivals have proliferated in newest decades to the mission of absurdity. Here in NYC, the De Niro-inspired TriBeCa Movie Festival, a response to 9/11, has a nearly unrivaled track record of screening thousands of terrible films making it useful, as critics like Rex Reed were laughingly referred to back when, as an inverse barometer of a film's worth -if it was shown at TriBeCa it could be avoided.For Nikolaidis and an increasing number of filmmakers, festival coverage no longer promotes or introduces a movie but rather eats up its potential audience - the filmmaker trading eyeballs for truly paying customers at commercial cinemas. Sure, there are ancillary benefits with video deals, pay-cable and actually streaming or VOD exposure, but festival screenings turn out to be the elephants' graveyard for many titles, benefiting the fest's local economy (and backers/staff) but more of a loss leader for a large local party than honest movie exhibition as we once knew it before the industry's tail started wagging the dog in the Video Era.Worse yet is the pernicious result of pandering to the gatekeepers of the festival circuit, many of whose ancestors I knew back in the '80s -the head honchos at Berlin, Sundance, Edinburgh, etc. A certain kind of movie catches on with these elites and their sycophants in what remains of the "film critic" globe (now a job position as obsolete as "travel agent"). What they like is what they get, accounting for the clichéd nature of so many national cinemas that supply fodder for fests. For example I recall the quirky British stereotypical comedies made in the wake of GREGORY'S GIRL's success over 3 decades back, and still with us today, or the dull effects of the "indie" movement of the '80s.LOSER TAKES ALL falls into this rut, opening with pretty atmospherics and overt (but in color) homage to movie noir, right down to a Raoul Walsh WHITE HEAT poster prominently displayed. But unfortunately we don't have Boetticher, Fuller, Walsh, Siodmak and N. Ray as our heroes any more. Instead Nikos starts with tedious Abel Ferrara clichés and quickly segues to almost a parody of the Aki Kaurismaki ironic approach to cinema: the no-good heroes & heroines, drinking beer, making dumb witticisms or in this situation allegorical references as small-talk, and putting up competing cynical world-views while deep-down harboring the most sentimental notions of heroism and camaraderie. Our hero, rock-musician in true life turned lead actor (and not a nice one at that) is certainly out of the Kaurismaki Bros. minigame book, and his rottenness (stealing the ring off the finger of the dead mother of other lead character) to comically pawn or idle rape is just a grinning hipness hiding the film's maudlin central heartbeat.Certain elements remain relevant: the hero's Luddite philosophy is almost poignant (he rejects a cell smartphone for example) actually that the fight vs rampaging technology has been lost; his insistence on drachmas instead of those horrible Euros is the source of unintended black humor given Greece's on-going fiscal crisis; and the persistent "We must receive out of this place" theme is still a strong if overdone message for those of us who came of age in the '60s.The movie's many crucial faults contain a cavalier attitude towards characters, most notably the comic relief drunken beauty who keeps throwing up on the main actress referred to as Black Beauty (Louise Attah, often speaking in English), and the irritating and predictable test of the Leonard Cohen figure (singing his own mournful ballads in English throughout) guitarist whose sentimental end was terrible fimmaking at its worst. Similarly, the stunning shots in the first reel are followed by tiresome, poorly staged confrontations in the rest of the movie that even crappy action film directors execute far better than Nikos. Our impervious character shooting off his gun randomly at baddies is ridiculous on all lvls and killed off my involvement in the ongoing story.
A nice film if we consider that is created by Greek director and actors; it is also filmed in Greece which is not the greatest country for filming a film and i guess without the proper (Hollywood) equipment and staff, such as painters, stylists etc.The star of the film is Yiannis Aggelakas, who is the leader of the Greek rock band 'Trypes', which is very popular to all Greek and Cypriot people. His acting absolutely matches his role, so as a fanatic of him i have to give him a large thumb up! The film is similar to drugs and prostitution, and in more general, the underworld of Greece. The film in the beginning is easy and slow, but in the end it gets more and more exciting unleashing the atmosphere of the underworld making the film really interesting.If you are a speaker of the Greek language is worth the time to watch it. It's one of the greatest Greek films ever!
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