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Description: Unable to buy a $50,000 digital projector, a group of movie fans in rural Pennsylvania war to hold a dying drive-in theater alive by screening only vintage 35mm movie prints and working entirely for free.
Description: Bejo, 12 years old, lives with his brother Mario, a sculptor. Having heard the news on the radio his dream is to see the Bissau carnival, but he has been forbidden to do so. He escapes, wanders throught the forest, crosses rice fields until the river next to the city. His brother will look for him during the carnival...
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Description: Life in Vanuatu isn't all sea, sun and palm trees. For Timothy and his family life is hard. His daughter Betty is out of school because he can't pay her school fees. His wife works as a house woman and his son hangs around with his mates smoking dope, like many another unemployed, young men. Timothy's only hope is the political party he supports, and when the boy Timothy has collected votes for becomes a Minister, Timothy dreams he will receive a job and earn the cash to send Betty back into school. But he is not the only supporter looking for work. And to receive the job he wants he has to do things that create him question the entire system. Yumi Go Kale is the first detail made entirely by Wan Smolbag's cast and crew.
Description: Takes us deep into the intimate globe of a boy and his relationships with his family and friends. It is a adventure deep into photos and experiences so private as to be, perhaps, fully universal.
Description: In this drama, the Banjee family resides in an zone of Johannesburg where Indians are no longer permitted to live. Mr. Bamjee is a vegetable seller and his wife, unlike him, becomes politically involved fighting vs the injustices of apartheid. When his wife is arrested and imprisoned, Mr. Bamjee slowly realizes that his wife's concern for others is not a rejection of him.
Description: Daughters of Today was a 1928 silent movie from Lahore, in present-day Pakistan (then British India). It was produced by G.K Mehta and directed by Shankradev Arya. This was the first detail movie made in Lahore, and helped to establish the town of Lahore as one of the centers of filming in India. The Lahore movie industry is actually known as Lollywood. Production started in 1924 and took three years to complete, mainly due to financial problems. Two participants soon became prominent personalities of the South Asian movie industry: A.R. Kardar was one of the most popular Bombay movie directors in the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s; and actor M. Ismael's movie career spanned over five decades.
Description: German produced documentary which chronicles the background, rise to power, rule, and downfall of Adolf Hitler. Contains glimpses of rare documents and extensive interviews with folks who served under him. Volume 1 - The Face of Evil explores the path of hitler from insignificance, to Globe domination, and demonstrates the delusions he had that lead to heavy deaths during the War.
Description: Two childhood mates head to at a deserted beach, to surf. When they receive there, however, the sea is flat. As they wait for a wave that never comes, one of them decides to create a revelation.
Description: Marciano says some of the stories of his adolescence. The first love, the mates and his discoveries are remembered affectionately, as well as his 15th birthday, which seemed the beginning of a various life.
Description: Amid the threat of nuclear proliferation, global warming and terrorism, the earth's author tries to reconnect with mankind by returning to the planet and hosting his own tons show.
Description: Emilia lives with her mother in a tiny town. Lonely, the woman corresponds to a mysterious man, with whom she nourishes a platonic passion. Her mother gets worried and does everything she can for her daughter to forget him.
Description: On the cusp of coming out Kevin visits his family at their summer cottage. While there Kevin meets up again with his much younger cousin and the two recognize something in every other.
Description: Sixteen-year-old Ellie is on the method to achieving her dream. She has a confirmed zone in the RAF training cadets. All she needs is her Mum's permission to allow her go.
Description: The short movie depicts the life of a man who is constantly sexually abused by his father, Leonardo Miggiorin brilliantly plays the role of this boy, who belongs to a terrible and unstructured family.
Description: Seker is a woman who was raised as a son by a father who wanted his first kid to be a man as tradition in the countryside family demands. When Seker approaches the age of adolescence she faces a mandate from the local school: place on a dress or don't return. So finally gaining her father's permission she turns from a fist-fighting man into a blossoming young girl.
Description: Forced by the death of her mother to care for her three brothers and sisters, tiny Mona Fairfax is known to farmers of her district as Young Mother Hubbard. The children's step-father, heavily in debt and tired of the burden imposed by the tiny family, abandons his farm, leaving the children, penniless, to shift for themselves. The following day Daniel Banning, a wealthy "country gentleman" and owner of the Fairfax farm, calls to accumulate back rent. He finds Mona and her kids panic-stricken over a note left by their step-father, saying of his decision to leave. Banning turns a deaf ear to Mona's pleas that she be allowed to remain on the farm with her wards. He notifies the Children's Welfare Society. Directors of the society go to the farm, load them into an automobile, and take them to the society's headquarters. At headquarters the chairman calls for volunteers to take the kids into their homes.
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It's a shame that this English-speaking movie is fully unknown in the US due to its unavailability. It's one of the nice adaptations of Conrad to film. The first part, on land before the sea voyage, was filmed on zone in Burma with some really fine British actors, particularly the actor who plays the older captain who gets him the job (I'd like to know who that is). The photography, especially the test of color and light, is extraordinary and Wajda captures the sense of a true zone and time. (It really could be seen on the large screen.) This is about one of those Conrad voyages where nothing goes right. It's a young man's first experience as captain: his ship becalmed, an ailing crew, and a half-mad first friend who claims the ship is jinxed by the former captain. While the essence of the story--a dead calm and nothing happening--is a hard topics to film, Wajda is up to the task and the movie is engrossing throughout. And the dialogue isn't plagued by the tin-ear that than can occur when English is not the director's first language. Just a terrific job all around.
'The Shadow Line' is about an able, clever young seaman who resigns his position, only to obtain unexpectedly the command of other ship after the death of its captain. This early, land-set section is perhaps a tiny plodding. The interaction of the narrator with different another characters, and the features of how he comes to assume his captaincy, serve in Conrad's novel to deepen our understanding of him, to see both his strengths and weaknesses, and observe how he was both ill- and well-prepared for leadership. Wajda tends to err on the side of mere scene-setting, failing to invest scenes that should easy have been reduced without affecting the essential narrative with the thematic and psychological significance achieved by Conrad. An additional, mild annoyance is the over-the-top mugging by John Bennett as the supine keeper of a boarding-house; fortunately, it's a tiny part, and compensation is provided by Martin Wyldeck (an actor quite unknown to me), who is very enjoyable as a wily old mariner with a rather donnish demeanour.Once the storyline takes to the seas, all reservations fade, for what follows is magnificent cinema. It manages to capture the sense of being at sea as well as any film I know, including the perfect 'Master and Commander'. What makes the difference here, however, is that whereas most ocean-set movies either depict the ship's struggle vs the awesome, hostile elements of storms and towering waves, or delight in the bracing freshness and freedom of having a fair wind at the sails, 'The Shadow Line' says the storyline of a becalmed ship, barely drifting through the water, its team sweltering in the oppressive heat and laid weak by illness, their fate possibly in the hands of the malevolent spirit of their late captain. It's an unusual proposition for a cinematic entertainment: stillness, silence and accumulating claustrophobia. In lesser hands, the effect should easy have been dull. But the fine performances (including that of a young Tom Wilkinson - although he looks middle-aged even here) and the sharp cinematography (sometimes vivid to the mission of unreality) enable the power of Conrad's tale to be conveyed surprisingly successfully.The performance of Marek Kondrat in the main role is extremely impressive: authoritative, yet retaining the sense of doubt and inexperience so crucial to Conrad's (self-)portrayal. Taking the form of a retrospective 'confession' the ebook deals with the emotional development of the protagonist, his traversing of the 'shadow line' between youth and maturity a change that entails both loss and gain. Conrad's narrator is significantly anonymous; this gesture towards universality is strengthened by the frequent test of impersonal 'one', as in 'one thinks', 'one does', etc. At the same time, the creator allows us to the read the tale as a coded autobiography, with the figure of the young, sea-struck Pole a ver of his own younger self and the older, wiser narrator looking back on his rite of passage as a ver of the 60-year-old novelist. The story's significance is thus simultaneously general and particular, both universal and individual. The movie adaptation pushes the autobiographical element further by naming the character 'Joseph Conrad' (and I wonder if the lead actor's name is entirely coincidental); the youthful captain's conduct in command is a presage of the literary genius to come. Conrad's whole oeuvre (including the another books, such as 'Heart of Darkness', that Wajda considered filming) is thus in part a product of these early experiences; the passage into leadership and maturity (though not necessarily wisdom), the passing of the shadow line, is the crucial development that enables nice literature - and nice cinema - to be created. If only more literary adaptations displayed such clever engagement with their source texts instead of being content merely to illustrate them according to the genteel standards of decorum and respectability.
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