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Description: The young fashion designer Laura floats in the seventh heaven: After she has found an engagement ring with her mate Alexander, she is sure that he wants to test the joint visit to his parents to officially stop her hand. However, the family weekend is not a nice star. Alexander's self-confident mother makes Laura feel that she is not nice enough for her son. To create matters worse, even his ex-girlfriend Susanne appears, who leaves no stone unturned to victory Alexander back.
Description: A wealthy Fresh York socialite falls for and marries a cowboy while out West. Her father disinherits her, and after trying to create a go of it as a cowboy's wife, they accept to divorce and she returns back east to her family. However, she later changes her mind and determines to receive her husband back.
Description: Orhan who lived in London for years and did not come back to Turkey agrees to support Deniz -a popular director- edit his first book. Deniz has been living in a mansion with his family which started to lose its old brightness and power. Orhan finds himself in the middle of Deniz's complicated relationships, mysterious mates and stange family members. This is the first film of Ferzan Ozpetek which is shot in Turkey after a long time. It is also based on his own ebook which has the same name with the movie.
Description: Young Raymond Rudford,sculptor, is on trial for slitting the throat of his uncle, who had adopted and raised him after Raymond's parent's died when he was a young boy. The prosecution allows his motive was fear of being disinherited if he married his fiancé, the fair Alicia Atherton, vs his uncle's wishes, and the prosecution lays a mountain of evidence vs Raymond, including his razor, dragged from an artificial lake on the estate, as the murder weapon; Raymond's bloody fingerprints and footprints found at the stage of bedroom crime, and his bloody shoes, found in his cupboard and bloody monogrammed-handkerchief found under his uncle's death bed. Raymond's only defense is that he should not have committed the crime as he goes into a paroxysm of dread at the mere sight of blood, a phobia he has had ever since childhood when his dog was run over by a lorry and the dog's blood was splattered into his face.
Description: By miracle he avoided death and returns to the house where he was born. In the house actually lives the love of his life. But the hope for happiness turns sour with a poor discovery: his beloved is the daughter of his enemy.
Description: Set in an tiny English city in 1959, the storyline of a girl who decides, vs polite but ruthless local opposition, to launch a bookshop, a decision which becomes a political minefield.
Description: Ann Martin (Helen Walker) is serving time as a jewel thief. She is paroled and determined to stay clean. She quickly finds out that she was paroled by an old, vicious boss that has picked her for a job. It is risky for her to tell yes or no.
Description: Lilly, a difficult working EMT, is only focused on her job and getting into medical school. So when wealthy slacker Jeff enters her life it throws her off course. At first, Lilly wants nothing to do with Jeff or his sense of entitlement and lack of direction. As she spends more time with him, she begins to realize that you can’t everytime judge a ebook by its cover.
Description: Side by side in a leafy suburb, Thom lives in one flat, Alethea in another. It's cute clear that their respective, unsatisfying lives would improve enormously if they just met every other. But with a wall literally between them, this seems highly improbable. Then there's the building's Power Box, having an existential crisis about the eventual collapse of the universe, and the super nova from five thousand years ago. Then there's time travelling on an equation for the speed of light and too much sugar. There's demon magpie attacks, laptops in love, cats dancing to Prince and sock puppet nightmares. And a small prayer by the Wall, hoping that all of these pieces can come together for one magical moment of love.
Description: Amy Tyler has planned the excellent surprise holiday for her boyfriend Josh Merit. But the true surprise is on her when he breaks things off on their anniversary. Stuck with reservations in her ex-boyfriend's name, Amy's two greatest mates recommend if Amy can't change the tickets ... why not change the guy?
Description: Choreographic school, young talents are gathered here. After eight years of study there are three months to the final performance. And, at last, Giselle is appointed, the roles are assigned, the women are worried - they are scared of the wording "does not fit to be a ballerina", but Yulia's thoughts are occupied by another. She fell in love for the first time. And she has to select between her love and the stage.
Description: An emotional Mumbai-based football player, Rohan (Shivdasani), seeks the assistance of childhood friend, Simran (Reddy), to successfully woo fellow-collegian, Preeti (Sharma). Simran herself is about to be engaged to U.S-based Vicky (Malik). After the engagement ceremony, Vicky returns back to the U.S - not realising that back in India nothing is the same anymore...
Description: An engaged bachelor and his mates go out for a night of action. After seeing all of the nudity on the sunset strip, they decide to compete to see who can receive the most action.
Description: Lola is hitch-hiking on a highway rest zone when she meets Karim. He agrees to drive her all the method to Paris. Lola wants to become a movie actress. Karim wants to change the course of History. The revolution will happen with or without them.
Description: Portland interior designer Julia Galvins (Jana Kramer) adopts a dog and seeks the support of expert and handsome dog trainer Owen Michaels (Kevin McGarry). When she is hired to design a nursery and a “puppery,” as well as plan a puppy shower fund-raiser for a pregnant client and her pregnant dog, Julia asks Owen’s advice, and their friendship just might turn into something more.
Description: After fast-paced Fresh York Town high-end true estate broker Fiona Rangely (Lacey Chabert) gets dumped by her boyfriend, she escapes to her family’s quaint Vermont Inn for a several days to slow down and evaluate her life. When her ex-boyfriend Nate shows up at the Inn with a brand fresh girlfriend, Fiona quickly devises a plan to victory him back: pretend the handsome and very laid- back head chef Derek (Carlo Marks) is her fresh boyfriend! Much to the surprise of Derek --and to Fiona herself-- in pretending to be in love, she realizes that she’s been thrown a curveball: sometimes the greatest things in life are worth the wait.
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"Pink Moon" is an American English-language film from 2017 and probably the most known work by writer and director Sal Bardo. Cast members are not really known and eventually this 17-minute short movie is all about the plot and the story. Still, this is where the movie is at its weakest. It plays in a parallel globe where heterosexual couples are forbidden and you can probably imagine pregnancy is also nothing one would wish everybody to know about. So by actually you obviously realize that Bardo made a movie here that was supposed to place a light on the modern methods of discrimination in our current globe and that the action in this movie is now not too absurd, just the another method around. It is no such thing. First of all, homosexuals do not receive as much discriminated vs as folks wish everybody to believe. Maybe in the Islamic globe yes, but then test this zone as a setting. In America, it is widely expected and maybe in more rural regions where there is still prejudice, it is also not the situation that gays are chased around with guns and in danger of being killed because of that. And what with the pregnancy story? Is that supposed to present us the difficulties of gays when it comes to adopting children? I am not sure. But it's definitely my fault. This is an extremely shoddy film and not well thought through at all. The acting is slightly better than the story, but this obviously doesn't mean much. There are definitely severe examples of overacting in here and the performers are certainly shoving their talent (or lack thereof) at least as much into our faces as Bardo. But I guess he achieved what he wanted to as this tiny movie scored over 5 million views in under 2 years since being released on Youtube. He made sure of that by including the mention "gay short film" in the title. It's all about the advertising here, zero about quality and in my opinion judging from this one talent is non-existent in his craft. The production values are also very low. Highly not recommended.
I know for a fact that a nice number of viewers will think this short movie was something truly original. In cinematic ways, I accept with them. I haven't seen anything like it. But in terms artistic forms, I can't tell the same because that storyline was said before many years ago. In 1955, Charles Beaumont wrote a short storyline called "The Crooked Man" which deals with related themes of a society whose norm is homosexuality while heterosexuals are persecuted and considered individuals vs the law. This groundbreaking tale was published by Playboy magazine, the only zone that understood its idea and agreed it as a work, irony of ironies. But it stood the use of time as one outstanding and memorable dystopian work whose "what if..." type of concept generated a debate faced by a minority that back then in the 1950's wasn't considered as anything good.Sal Bardo's short movie "Pink Moon" follows that path followed by Beaumont, expands a tiny and creates something great. Here, heterosexuals are persecuted as well, being gay is the rule and abortions are forbidden by law. Our character is Ben (Brandon Tyler Harris), a guy fully in love with a woman (Cole Johnston), though by the circumstances of life he already has a boyfriend (Adam Jepsen), someone who wants to go a tiny further in their sexual relationship. But we all know Ben is just following his nature, so the boyfriend gets nothing besides the primary stuff. But the terrible things are coming to Ben and his girlfriend way. "Pink Moon" is more than just meal for thought, it's a entire banquet of concepts and ideas that makes launch your mind to a entire globe of possibilities. It makes you think about past, show and future: what do we know, what do we think, what we can proof about the quest mankind faces at every certain time. Should life be possible if the concepts presented here were a rule and not an exception? The globe would be a better zone with that type of politics? I personally think that all nice things would come with such way, with some minor changes. It is possible. Of course, the movie didn't receive much into the dystopic/sci-fi/political happenings but if you force some thought into it, it can now be possible. For those who think this is a platform designed to prove that straight folks feel prejudice and feel the need of being targeted, this is not the case. What the movie does is to show a thoughtful example that mirrors exactly what happens when someone is gay. A brief moment of the movie that widens such perspective and outside of the main characters is a news report of two straight youth who killed themselves after openly coming out as straight individuals and were constantly bullied for that. For a moment, you feel almost as if laughing at the absurdity of such claim. Stop and think again, reflect to our actual days and see how it all stops being funny when you reverse the case faced by many gay boys and girls out there, still hiding themselves from others due to what another folks will think.I tremendously enjoyed this movie in all of its ways. The acting was magnificent by all the young actors and the script created unimaginable scenarios that left me thinking for a long time, trying to truly understand the globe created there - but I wished more evident sequences of the gay globe was a dominant one with couples on the street, news, movies and another medias portraying homosexuality as a persistent method of life (though we have a tender stage involving the girl's mom talking about the woman being curious in knowing who was her true mother since she had two moms). Bardo's movie was very nice and Beaumont's storyline also goes same method - don't receive confused by my mixture of references, this isn't an adaptation, but in this dystopia type of material I think the only method I can receive some real satisfaction is seeing that type of work as a detail movie or a miniseries, and one that a nice number of folks will watch. Reversing the "shape and method of people's world" isn't something audiences watch (e.g. "White Men's Burden", that forgotten gem with Travolta and Belafonte where blacks are rich and whites are confined to terrible neighborhoods. Who watched that movie?) but it's everytime worth doing. Whatever the case, I'd still wish to see a dystopian-like movie with such idea. The debate concerning society, sexuality and life would be nice and that type of movie should launch some people's minds. I trust in that. "Pink Moon" got very close to that. 9/10
the concept is the most seductive part. provocative. not unrealistic in the days of LGB pressure for more and more rights or under the reign of political correctness. the manner to test the hypothesis of forbidden straight relations is admirable. for the test of grace. for the wise art to suggest. for the smart exploration of details. far to be original, Pink Moon has the gift to remind in precise method old fears and the atmosphere of classic dark Utopia. and this is a true necessary virtue. because it propose a fascinating opportunity to redefine the each day reality. because it is possible. and almost evident as one of many chances who grow up under the shadows. to propose the status of minority to the majority. using the clichés and pressure well known by the minority. this is all. only an if.
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