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Description: March 1992, in a tiny city in the suburbs of Paris. During an alcohol fueled party, teenagers explore a body hidden in the bushes of a forest. A body that seems lifeless. Two weeks earlier. Simon, a 16 year-old teenager, has not shown up for class. Blood stains are found in a class-room. Run-away, kidnap, suicide, murder? A several days later, Laetitia, a student from the same class goes missing without her parents knowing where she has gone. A young woman with no dark background or connection to Simon. The next day, Jean-Baptiste, a third student, also disappears. Rumors begin to spread. The psychosis begins...
Description: A boy (Carmelo Bene) can not bear to be part of society. He considers himself a "jerk" and so invents its own philosophy, which involves the destruction of his land of Puglia where all citizens are devoted to the Catholic religion. However, the boy can not destroy the belief of the pilgrims of Salento, because a girl would prevent that. It is an unknown "Santa Margherita", which tries to divert boy from his weird and impossible philosophy. Successive scenes of the movie present different cases unreal and dream in which the two protagonists test to receive the greatest one on the other. After a blasphemous dialogue between monks, the boy contains his entire philosophy in a Moorish building. In fact, this seems to have been the stage of the massacre of the popular 800 Martyrs of Otranto, which are considered by the scetic boy the absolute death of Christianity.
Description: Francesca, an incredibly pretty woman, after the death of her husband discovers his unfaithfulness and large amount of debts he left. Cesare is Francesca's greatest friend, he is a solicitor. Following his tip Francesca begins selling all her goods, like the house, jewels, furs and finally also the yacht. By doing this she is able to survive for the rest of the year, but has no prospects for the future and each attempt to receive a job fails. Finally she makes a decision to set up a lottery in which the prize is her.
Description: Film-maker Jean Diaz lives with his son David after separated from his wife. On their method to the fresh house near the sea, Jean and David have a vehicle accident provoked by The Death (portrayed here like a grim-reaper). The doctor now can save Jean, but The Death sabotages the equipment with his computer. The Death offers Jean to wake David from his coma, but Jean gotta create an animation film vs the violence for him.
Description: Emanuelle has renounced her life of lust to become a cloistered nun. But when she is assigned to a remote convent school for wayward girls, this delectable Bride Of Christ will face temptations that contain a teenage nymphomaniac, a horny escaped criminal, and a class fill of curious virgins eager ti experience sins of the flesh. Can Emanuelle resist the erotic pleasures of her past, or will she break her vows and surrender to the ultimate orgy of unholy desire?
Description: A lonely aristocrat Miss Gray has a twin sister who's in an asylum. They share a strange bond. Miss Gray is rational but frigid while her sister is insane yet feels sexual pleasure for both of them. A female reporter arrives at the mansion. Pretty interiors of Villa Kerylos in Beaulieu-sur-Mer, France.
Description: Four kids set out on their own after their mother's death to avoid being separated by foster care. Trying to search their Uncle Jack, they encounter journey and danger. Before the story's touching yet humorous conclusion, they create some serious mistakes... and learn some necessary lessons.
Description: The protagonist, Bora, is a charming but mean-spirited gypsy, while his older wife, Lence, is submissive. Bora is in love with the younger Tisa, who is being offered in marriage by her father. The two receive themselves in problem and eventually have to flee. Tisa rejects her husband and she and Bora receive married in the church, and their journeys continue.
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Description: Fred Daly returns to Ireland with nowhere to live but his car. Then dope-smoking 21-year-old Cathal parks beside him, and brightens up his lonely world. Encouraged by Cathal, Fred meets pretty melody teacher Jules. Growing closer, these three outsiders are set on a course that will change their lives forever.
Description: Dive into The Eternal Town - see Rome like you’ve never seen it before. Storefront robberies, bizarre murders, career dreamers, and cameos from Italy’s best directors and actors detail in this star-studded omnibus tale about life and love.
Description: Adaption of George Eliot's novel. When a respectable weaver is wrongfully accused of theft, he becomes a virtual hermit until his own fortune is stolen and an orphaned kid is found on his doorstep.
Description: I skoletimerne sender Mikkel prøvende blikke til klassens stille og indelukkede pige, Sara, der er smigret over opmærksomheden. Da Mikkel og hans ven Hassan leger flirtende med hende i et frikvarter, bliver Hassans kæreste, Louise, jaloux og begynder at sprede ondsindede rygter om Sara. Louises hævn udvikler sig hurtigt til mobning og det, der er værre.
Description: A girl survives by coming onto wealthy single men, and taking them for everything they are worth, sometimes killing. She proceeds to her next goal - other wealthy boy who has a daughter whom he mistreats. She tries to marry him but he dies before they could. She does, however, create off with some of his money. He also did not contain his daughter in his will. When she and her boyfriend explore what she did, they decide to go after her and receive back what she thinks is hers.
Description: Carla, a young postal worker in Havana, spends her days postmarking thousands of letters and dreaming of the day when she can be reunited with her parents, who moved to Miami when she was fifteen. To fulfill her longing for intimacy, she opens random letters and rewrites them into lyrical prose, believing she is supporting her fellow Cubans understand one other better. Beautifully filmed in black and white accented by brilliant colours, Nada+ has a stunning visual composition. With its delicious mix of visual humour, theatrical characters, bureaucratic satire and a lighthearted love story, it has a distinctly Cuban flair.
Description: Ancient Rome, during the time of Emperor Nero. Vinicius, a young patrician, falls in love with the pretty Lygia, the daughter of a Barbarian commander who was killed in battle, and wants her for his concubine. For Lygia, a Christian, being a pagan's concubine is a severe sin and disgrace. However, when Vinicius is wounded, Lygia cares for him, and begins to reciprocate his feelings. Vinicius, in return, becomes interested in Christian learning and asks Apostle Peter to teach him. In the meantime, Emperor Nero accuses Christians of having started a nice fire in Rome. He encourages the imprisonment, torture and murder of his Christian subjects.
Description: Jeremy Collier is a Vietnam veteran who has returned home and is struggling to cope with the fight experiences that haunt him. He is also at odds with his family, who cannot start to understand what he has been through. Jeremy's wars with his family finally spiral out of control on Thanksgiving Day, when a bitter secret is revealed
Description: The "Brigatte Veneno" is a fanatic group from the soccer club "AS Roma". The next match is vs "Juventus Turin", the classic prestige duel. Principe, the former leader of the group, has been dismissed from jail a several days before. He has to realize that his greatest mate Red has not only taken over control of the group, but also has started an affair with his girlfriend. The rivalry between the hot-blooded Principe and the sensible Red causes an anxious mood within the group. When Smilzo, a member of the group, dies during a road war with other fanatic group, Red knows that Principe is to be blamed for this catastrophe.
Description: Devoutly religious Ruth returns from Israel to care for her dying mother, but when she tries to bring her estranged brother David back into the fold, in accordance with her mother's wishes, the effect is a startling adventure into the darkest realms of sexual obsession: a forbidden minigame under the guise of religious law. Dark, ambiguous and distinctly adult, this study of belief and desire, set in the cloistered globe of London's Orthodox Jewish community, thoughtfully explores the urls between faith and violence, denial and longing.
Description: Post-September 11, 2001, Zaid Ahmed Khan lives a wealthy lifestyle in Mumbai and resides in an apartment at Shanti Kutir, Juhu Tara Road, Mumbai, and works as an Assistant Commissioner of Police. One day terrorists strike at a club, killing 20 people, & critically injuring few others. The Police are place on alert, and Zaid is summoned to Police Headquarters to identify a body. To his shock the body turns out to be that of Sarha, his wife - who was not a victim but was a suicide-bomber. While trying to place his life together, Zaid comes across evidence that Sarha may have had an hand in the killings, and thus intrigued he decides to travel to Nasik to search out what really happened, whether his devout Islamic wife was really a terrorist or the victim of a deep-rooted conspiracy.
Description: Ever judge someone just by looking at them? Of course, we’ve all made snap judgments about people. But what if we really got to know them? How would our opinions change? And what if we were forced to become them… how would the shoes fit then? Stressed-out high school teacher Trish Fahey can’t understand her students’ lack of effort and why their parents don’t seem to care. This perspective dramatically changes when Trish meets Molly, a mysterious stranger intent on supporting her see things differently. When Trish wrecks her car, Molly is there as Trish wakes to search herself living the life of Cindy Kremer, the girl she has personally judged and criticized. Trish discovers that there is often more to the storyline and learns a strong lesson that affects everyone she interacts with. Her husband, her daughter, the ex-Marine next door… No one is left unchanged.
Description: College nerd, Agastya Rao alias Champu, has a crush on Piya Goel, and is thrilled when she invites him to a dance, only to be heart-broken when he finds out that she really digs other guy. Years later, when he finds out that his college sweetheart is about to divorce her husband, decides to test his hand at wooing her. He gets the unsolicited support of one-time Bollywood wonder Suhaan Kapoor, who accompanies Agastya to Fresh York, assists him in successfully wooing and proposing to Piya. On the night of their engagement, Agastya will search out that Suhaan only wanted to support him because of Section 25 of the Hindu Marriage Act - so that should relieve him of the financial burden of paying alimony to Piya, who was the woman he had secretly married much vs the wishes of the whole Goel clan. Watch what happens when Suhaan finds out that he has a daughter called Suhaani - and that he still has powerful feelings about Piya.
Description: The storyline centers around a group of mates (and girlfriends) who have been testing football together for over 10 years, and who are actually getting everything ready for their 500th match.
Description: América, a 30-year-old mother who lives in a remote Caribbean village, suffers the hardest hit when her lover takes her daughter from her. Fury and fear push her to run away. In her fresh life as a nanny in Fresh York City, with help from relatives and another latinas, América finds comfort and hope. When she dares to dream of a life without violence, reality hunts her down. Will she survive to say her story?
Description: Cologne towards the end of the Second Globe War. The town is in ruins, everyone is afraid, many are dead. It is a time of nice inhumanity. Cologne’s young Edelweiss Pirates refuse to submit to the pressure of the Nazi regime. They war with the Hitler Youth and scrawl anti-war propaganda on walls. Karl is an Edelweiss Pirate; his younger brother, Peter, is in the Hitler Youth movement. The two young boys have been alone ever since their mother’s death in a bombing raid; their father is serving at the front, and their older brother, Otto, has been killed in action. Otto’s financée, Cilly, is doing her greatest to survive the fight with her children. Carl is trying to support her.
Description: Hitchhiking home to a family she's never known, Heidi meets Michael. In the stunning orange groves of country Australia, they embark on an adventure, discovering their secrets and lives may be better shared.
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Tackling the actual homeless crisis in Ireland, specifically in the capital town of Dublin, Rosie is as relevant and timely a movie as you're ever likely to see. Directed by Paddy Breathnach, and written by Roddy Doyle, the movie is an intimate hero drama rather than an mad piece of protest cinema. Not concerned with pointing fingers at who may be responsible for this situation, examining why it is getting worse rather than better, engaging with the economic complexities, or analysing the wider socio-political implications, Doyle is instead more interested in imparting to the audience that homelessness should happen to almost anyone. Rather than evoke ire, he wants to evoke empathy. Unfortunately, the lack of major stars, the almost non-existent advertising campaign, and the grim topics matter will hamper its commercial prospects, and whilst I'd love to tell this is going to be the Irish Cathy Come Home (1966), enacting change on a grand scale, the possibilities are it will pass from cinema screens without much of an impact.Doyle began writing Rosie two years ago after listening to an interview with a girl who explained that although her husband worked full-time, the family were living out of their car, finding themselves with literally nowhere to go after being evicted from their rented accommodation. The girl emphasised that she never imagined such a case for herself or her family, explaining that ordinary folks don't realise how easy this can happen to them. And this is precisely the theme Doyle emphasises in the film. The Davis family are a fully normal working-class family, meeting none of the commonly held (mis)conceptions about the homeless, and the movie challenges at each turn the stereotypical photos we have of such people. The fact that the Davis family are an "ordinary family" enables Doyle to demonstrate that no nice economic cataclysm or private defect is important for folks to be cast into the void, it's as much to do with terrible luck and terrible timing, and, in this sense, the movie explores the extent to which the housing crisis has begun to cross class borders.As this may suggest, Rosie is a piece of social realist drama in the tradition of Ken Loach or Jean-Pierre Dardenne and Luc Dardenne. However, it is much less concerned with constructing a left-wing world-view than the French brothers (I'm thinking of something like L'enfant (2005) or Deux jours, une nuit (2014)), and far less melodramatic than newest Loach output (the most obvious mission of comparison is the predictable and manipulative I, Daniel Blake (2016), a decidedly inferior movie to Rosie). As with all social realist cinema, Rosie speaks to the privations of the working class, and voices a critique of prevailing social structures. However, the nature and goal of that critique is less conspicuous than we often search in the work of Loach, Mike Leigh, or Antonia Bird, with the movie placing more emphasis on personal hero beats than synecdochical cases or hero archetypes.One of the strengths of Doyle's script is that he has been able to transmute emotionless news headlines and dry stats concerning the rising tide of homelessness into a deeply effective and emotional storyline which does, by all means, work as a call-to-action, but which is much more forcefully a call-to-care. Doyle is not interested in sermonising about the failings of the State, concerning himself much more with what the housing crisis means to true folks in practical terms. In exploring this issue, his script is remarkable for its sense of restraint, avoiding condescension, cliché, predictability, and melodrama. Rather than the characters speechifying about their plight and the state of the country, they devote all their energies to simply getting through the day, dealing with every on-the-spot challenge as it arises. As a result, they never come across as a manipulated political device, existing only at the lvl of symbolism or allegory, merely a means to let the screenwriter some socio-economic grandstanding (indeed, the wider-ranging homeless crisis itself is literally never mentioned in the film). However, this is not to tell that the movie avoids looking at how this type of case can exist in such a relatively wealthy country.For example, when John Paul attends an open-viewing for a house he and Rosie are thinking of purchasing in the East Wall zone of Dublin, he finds the house crawling with folks obviously more wealthy than himself, John Paul asks the true estate agent to place his name down, only to be said the house "isn't really suitable for a family." Again, the true meaning behind this remark is left unsaid, but the critique of gentrification is unmistakable. An extremely necessary stage in this respect is when Rosie visits her brother-in-law and his wife. When he refers to the family being homeless, she quickly chastises him, saying him "don't test that word", and denying that the family are, in fact, homeless, which speaks volumes as to cultural stigma and social labelling.Aside from the method in which it handles the housing case as a national crisis, Doyle's script is surprising in another respects. For example, a great piece of writing is that Doyle doesn't have Rosie and John Paul at every other's throats the entire film, as we might expect. Instead, they help every another 100%, working together to test to hold the children's spirits up, and only seriously arguing once (which, tellingly, they do away from the kids). One of the film's most salient themes is that theirs is a marriage of genuine love and respect, and that goes double for their family. The movie may be asking for empathy from the audience, but it also depicts a nice deal of empathy, as Breathnach and Doyle stress that this is a tight-knit family unit filled with love and affection. Their case may be grim but they are in it together. Doyle has also fashioned an absolutely knockout ending, which somehow manages to be both extremely uplifting, yet utterly soul-shattering.From an aesthetic mission of view, Breathnach's direction is utilitarian, wisely avoiding any type of directorial gymnastics which would draw attention away from the story. Which is not, however, to tell that the movie is visually uninteresting. One particularly well-blocked stage sees Rosie talking to a school principal, with the sequence shot in such a method that the two-shot is demarcated by a pc monitor, literally cutting Rosie off from the well-to-do globe represented by the principal. The scenes in the family's vehicle (which comprise a sizable portion of the film) are suitably cramped and claustrophobic, with a palpable sense of unrest growing ever more prominent as the movie continues. In contrast, however, many of the exterior scenes are shot in such a method as to feel disconcertingly empty, with Rosie and her family often dwarfed within the frame, creating a true sense of hopelessness and swimming-against-the-tide. Additionally, almost the whole movie is shot with handheld cameras, with a lot of the exteriors consisting of long single-take Steadicam shots which make a sense of urgency, as well as depriving the characters of any sense of the control with which they should be imbued by editing.One especially well managed aspect of the movie is how it deals with the task of ringing around the different hotels trying to search a room, going through the exact same conversation over and over and over again. Before we see any images, we hear a radio report talking about the homeless crisis, followed by Rosie ringing the first number on her list. Then the photo fades in. This conversation becomes a refrain, and is continued throughout the film, serving almost like a chorus punctuating the rest of the days' activities.As for the performances, Sarah Greene is outstanding as Rosie, carrying the bulk of the film, and most of the emotional weight (a nice 70-80% has her front and centre). Her attempts to remain calm in front of the kids, never losing her temper or chastising them for being frustrated with their situation, and her sorrow and regret on the several opportunities when she does, are utterly heart-breaking. Her brave face slips a couple of times, and when it does, there is no sense of catharsis, no feeling of pressure being released. There is just sadness, and acknowledgement of her suffering. Despite her outward optimism, the ominousness of the case is everytime there, right beneath the surface. It's an extraordinarily subtle and layered performance of just a several emotional registers, but it's fully effective and rings fully true. The ever-reliable Moe Dunford is also perfect in the slightly under-written role of John Paul, imbuing the hero with a warmth and fragility, especially noticeable in a heart-breaking stage in which he reveals to Rosie his shame at not being able to adequately deliever for or protect his family.Although Rosie is about a national crisis, it is also intensely personal. Doyle may not be outwardly concerned with the politics, but his sense of anger is unmistakable as he attempts to present that the ordinary and decent folks of this country are being humiliated and degraded on a everyday basis. In this sense, Rosie could create audiences angry. And it probably will. The trouble is that it will have a very tiny audience. This is not Cathy Come Home being watched by 12 million folks on the BBC. This is a tiny independent movie testing on a several screens across the country, a movie of which the vast majority of the cinema-going public have never heard. In the end, despite the fact that it's exceptionally well made, deeply affecting, and flawlessly acted, Rosie won't create much of a difference or have much of an impact. And that's a crying shame.
A tough watch which is the exact point. The end is a bit sudden. More should have been done, after sitting through the film, potentially exlporing another outcomes. But that's a minor criticism. Nice acting even though the script is rather slow at times.
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