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Description: A tender but brash short movie about the feeling of living in two worlds at once. Meriem, the kid of Tunisian-French parentage, shuttles back and forth between Paris and Tunis, and between two men. It takes a long time for her to decide where she belongs.
Description: From 1928 to 1943, Haus Vaterland was a huge restaurant and entertainment palace in Berlin on Potsdamer Platz, originally run by Kempinksi, with around one million visitors per year, which can be regarded as the forerunner of today's happening gastronomy. In the guest rooms there were a tons of theme restaurants, including the Palmensaal, a dance hall, where in addition to musical and artistic events, demonstrations and tons programs. The visitors of Haus Vaterland were mainly tourists from outside Berlin.
Description: 16-year-old Hugh thinks he's in a nice, normal, coming-of-age storyline when a past life's unsatisfied urges create him wish to sleep with his girlfriend's mum and slay her dad. He finds it all very confusing.
Description: A scandal brews at Prominence high school that would not only redefine the fate of the two teenage men involved but would shake the foundations of the folks they love and the city they live in.
Description: A STRING OF BLUE BEADS is a slight tiny Christmas tale that was a pilot for an anthology series of short stories that never came to be. What makes this tiny movie fascinating is it was one of the earliest color broadcasts on tv and happily is one of the several early color productions for TV that can be seen in color now. Early color tv productions seem to have had a limited color capability much like the early 1930's attempts at Technicolor. This now adds to the charm of this tiny Christmas storyline giving in an "old time" feel.
Description: Two men with the dreams to change their ordinary lives change the whole corruption system as they take a stand vs police brutality with the tiny support of a benevolent guardian.
Description: Joey, a fashion designer, Mikee, a meal and travel vlogger, and Ally, an aspiring composer cross their paths in Samar. What seemed to be an ordinary trip for Joey and Mikee turned out to be something more than they presume.
Description: A group of young actors plays a reality present in a theater. Fiction imposes itself cruelly on reality while the characters devour their performers tiny by little. A labyrinth between the true and fictitious in which only one can remain.
Description: When college dropout turned dope dealer Cain gets busted, he's given a choice between prison and school. Wisely, he opts for the latter, throwing himself into his fraternity's step team. Now, the squad is gunning for a national title: Can Cain support lead them there? Or will his violent past overtake him first? Director Edward T. Carter keeps viewers guessing in this urban indie thriller co-starring Edward Cain, Sasky Sengamphan and Mario Locke.
Description: The life of Élida Passo, pioneer of medicine of the Buenos Aires of the XIX century. By 1870, the first girls tried to practice medicine in an zone reserved for men; and through sacrifice and struggle, they start the path towards a more egalitarian society.
Description: Steve Burdick is closeted tv anchorman whose lover dies of an AIDS-related illness. Steve decides to come out and then says his storyline about being gay and battling AIDS during a unique segment of the nightly news. Originally episode eight of LifeStories, it was moved to soon in the season due to the topics matter.
Description: The life of Ipse, a 19-year-old woman who cannot receive out of her own bed due to psychological trauma, is as motionless as a plant. Having no family and no clue of her family's mysterious history, she lives fully dependent on her neighbors, but begins to feel suffocated under the abuse and the looks she gets as if she was something to be eaten up. One day, in the midst of her hellish daily life, a stranger comes to her house.
Description: Alexander and Roxane meet kids then lose sight for few years. Teenagers they meet, never to leave but because of the family they will be separated for three months and forced to write letters as they live in the same road just 9 numbers away ... Their love is stronger than all, will remain patient and will continue to grow. Alleging facts. This movie is directed by and starring two protagonists. Alexandre Laugier & Roxane Martine. That love wins. Are you ready for this journey with them? You look at your wife or husband then the same method ... ?
Description: American Harvest is set in the heartland of Kansas. Two proud, stubborn families have not spoken to one other because of an incident in the distant past. Wayne Rogers, the patriarch of one of the families, is in danger of losing his wheat farm. He knows that his land will be saved if he patches things up with rival farmer Earl Holliman, but such a reconciliation is out of the question.
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Elvis Presley spent most of the 1960s making fluffy lightweight romantic comedies with music, all constructed on a studio assembly line during the waning days of the old Hollywood studio system. These movies tended to sap Elvis of the energy he should have devoted to better movies and better roles, all of which he was capable of. Having told that, some of these movies were more tolerable than others.SPINOUT, made at MGM, is one of the most entertaining thanks to its teaming of Elvis with three colourful and delicious leading ladies, all of whom more than keep their own with their charismatic leading man. Deborah Walley plays the tomboyish redhead drummer in Elvis' band and has a secret crush on him; Diane McBain plays a sexually voracious best-selling creator on the hunt for the excellent American male; and Shelley Fabares plays the heiress of an auto fortune who thinks she's entitled to whatever she wants and whose father wants Elvis to race a vehicle for him. In the course of it, Elvis encounters rivals for every of the girl's affections, leading to a set of romantic entanglements that are ultimately resolved in an inspired and original ending. The plot is packed with lots of intelligent twists, thanks to a script co-written by Theodore J. Flicker who would write and direct the cult hit, THE PRESIDENT'S ANALYST, the following year. Fortunately, the film's racing angle is downplayed in favor of comic cases and a set of enjoyable songs.The helping users deserve singling out, including Jack Mullaney as Elvis' comical bandmate; Carl Betz as Shelley's father (a role he played with Shelley on "The Donna Reed Show" as well); Warren Berlinger as Betz's loyal assistant; TV cowboy Will Hutchins as a highway cop with a penchant for gourmet cooking; and Hollywood veterans Cecil Kellaway and Una Merkel as an elderly rich couple who let Elvis and his band to take over their house when they go on vacation. (This latter touch is representative of the film's Hollywood fantasyland approach to life, but it's all so well played by such skilled hands that it's hard not to receive sucked into the fun of it all.)
A bevy of minigame females, sharing chemistry with The King, give this potentially ordinary movie a boost. Presley plays the lead singer of a band that contains Hawkins, Mullaney and woman drummer Walley. When millionaire Betz decides he wishes Presley to not only sing for his daughter Fabares' birthday, but also to drive his vehicle in an upcoming race, a war of wills starts which effects in Presley living next door to Betz and testing cat and mouse with him and his daughter. Meanwhile, Walley nurses a crush on Presley and seductive researcher and authoress McBain decides that, she, too, gotta have Presley as a mate! In between Presley's juggling of the ladies, he sings his usual retinue of songs, though in this situation they tend to be livelier and more engaging than in some of his lesser screen efforts. At this scene in his career, Presley was on a cinematic treadmill, churning out film after movie, many times with middling results. Here, he is fortunate to be working with charismatic folks instead of unseasoned starlets as he was sometimes paired with. Fabares does a nice job as the spoiled, but caring, socialite. Walley hams it up and overacts as the tomboyish drummer, but at least has pizazz and energy. McBain is sultry and lovely, portraying her rather voracious hero with a wink and a sparkle. Betz (who had played Fabares father in a far various method for years on "The Donna Reed Show") isn't particularly challenged in his role, but lends solid support. Former kid actor Hawkins and Mullaney's comedic contributions are a matter of taste. Also in the cast are Berlinger, as a weak-kneed associate of Betz's, and Hutchins, as a policeman who spends his spare time cooking gourmet food. Appearing briefly as a couple who leave their home in Presley's care are movie veterans Kellaway and Merkel. It's almost never believable, but that isn't the point. It's just frothy, colorful, tuneful fluff that's stacked with entertainingly mod hairdos and clothes with hip-swinging "teens" flailing away at any opportunity. One peculiar set piece contains a campsite and food preparation that predates "The Young Women of Rochefort" and has Presley & Co. moving in choreographed synchronization to the melody as they set up the tents, table and food. Former Warner Brothers contractees Hutchins and McBain (who had starred together in "Claudelle Inglish") don't really share any scenes here. Fabares made three Elvis movies in all.
This film was released in a year that wasn't a particularly nice one for Elvis Presley but it's still, in my opinion, an perfect film. I like it because I think it has some very funny moments and an nice film sound track. Very much enjoyed from begin to finish.
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