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Description: Three intertwining stories that take zone in La Salada — the biggest unregulated store in Buenos Aires: a Korean father prepares his daughter for an arranged marriage, a young Bolivian boy searches for work, and a Taiwanese DVD seller tries to woo a young girl to be his girlfriend.
Description: Created by the members of a Nairobi-based arts collective — who have removed their names from the movie for fear of reprisal — this anthology movie that dramatizes true-life stories from Kenya’s oppressed LGBTQ community is both a labour of love and a bold act of militancy.
Description: Nelia leaves her terrible city to work as a maid in the city. Perceived as a lower-class citizen, Nelia gets harsh treatment that she does not deserve from her employer. She toils day and night to fulfill the wishes of her family at the expense of working herself to death. Ultimately, it is also in the town where she discovers an occasion to transport to a better life in the arms of a lover.
Description: Ayan, a pharmaceutical salesman in Pakistan, takes on the multinational health care corporation he works for after he realizes they knowingly marketed a baby formula that's responsible for the death of hundreds of babies everyday.
Description: From Nashville With Melody is other slim plot that gives an excuse for Nashville country stars to perform. The stars are Leo G. Carroll, Marilyn Maxwell, Jose Gonzalez-Gonzalez, Marty Robbins (singing "El Paso"), Buddy Allen, Bill Anderson, Don Gibson, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Cousin Jody, Buck Owens, Bonnie Owens, Charley Pride, Susan Raye, Carl Smith, Wynn Stewart and Tammy Wynette. (from http://archive.tennessean.com/article/20070511/SPECIAL0907/705110501/1969-Movie-From-Nashville-Music)
Description: One accidental shot will intertwine the destinies of two young girls - Anita, an inspector who gets on amazingly in professional and quite well in her personal life and Petra, a young girl whose daily life would surely be simpler if she did not have to take care of her alcoholic mother. The investigation on the accidental shot will intertwine their destinies at a moment when they both search that they are pregnant. A large turning mission in their lives, every in her own globe and equally left on their own, these two girls will, step by step, become close during the investigation.
Description: Saleswoman Jenny is crazy about the painter Jack. But Jack does not wish to marry, even though he loves Jenny passionately. So Jenny looks elsewhere to search the right man. She marries twice, but everytime ends up back with Jack and gives herself to him with no attachments. Will Jack and Jenny search real love? Of course!
Description: Oscar got caught spraying graffiti. Actually doing community service at a nursing home, he meets Isabel who is suffering from dementia. At 84 years old, Isabel may be a tiny old school, but later the whole block is covered with her pink tag.
Description: Two young boys went on a ride with their old mate in his truck across the entire Mauritius, the sole purpose of it being finding and getting two women to entertain them that very night back home.
Description: In "Kristo", Director Ben G. Yalung was able to capture the essence of the Gospel of John, mixed in with Filipino Holy Week traditions, in this reenactment of the life and death of Jesus Christ. This film was produced by the Oasis of Love community.
Description: An African American couple (Winfield and Alice) adopt two orphans from a Vietnamese refugee camp. After twenty-two years, the kids are reunited with their birth mother, bringing deeply submerged resentments and misconceptions to the surface and forcing the characters to reexamine their identity and relationships in both comical and poignant situations.
Description: Len is a Surf Lifesaving champion, a legend in the cloistered surf club just like his father. When the younger, faster, and fitter Phil arrives at the club, Len’s legendary status begins to crumble. Then Len sees Phil arriving in the company of other man. Phil is gay. After the annual awards dinner, Len finds Phil in the Club House locker room and violently attacks him. To Len’s surprise, Phil refuses to rat on Len about the beating. When Phil wins the annual Surf Lifesaving competition, Len’s conquer is final. In an act of revenge, Len gets Phil drunk and topics him to a series of humiliating acts. But, the hatefulness forces Len to come face to face with a fundamental question: can he agree the truth about his own sexuality.
Description: It proceeds to document the stages of sugar production once in the mill then shifts to the unrest outside where a sakada was shot to death by one of the hacienda's guards. A sakada is a farmer who works in a sugarcane field, harvesting it during the months of October to December.
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I saw this game yesterday, on a movie festival in Kyiv. I must admit, as Ukrainian, this film was plain boring. I mean I know what I was signing up for anyway - Indie movies with no Hollywood patterns - cool. But this was just too realistically gray and dull for a viewer who has been living in a post-Soviet country. You receive to see an apathetic protagonist with a classic Russian chav attitude (save the utmost pathetic photo of a drunk, thank you very much). Vytas is a struggling mechanic who just lost his job. With a support of the state, he tries to land a job as a mechanic yet again. However, given the chance, Vytas flunks it because he has a very dry personality - he reveals no hobbies and interests (except for the formulaic "sports") or rather he decides to hide that his hobbies contain drinking beer with classmates on the roads (again, a very common activity for post-Soviet countries).But then things spice up with an affair. Vytas spends time with his fresh female mate who trimmed his hair that one time, which led to her assistance with a business outfit at a clothes store. He then takes her for a several walks, sometimes alcohol-included. Vytas has a very closed personality. He is not straightforward with his feelings. Instead of inviting his fresh love interest to a walk with a chat, he chooses a silly reason - trimming his barely visible hair while slipping the fact that he was not agreed for a job. He then thanks her for a what-is-hard-to-call-a-trim-at-all.You might think Vytas would up his minigame with a fresh love interest but no. He is so miserable that after announcing to his wife that he is leaving her, he unsuccessfully tries to transport in to the hairdresser's apartment. He probably didn't even consider the fact that she lives with her parents. The result? He drinks a tea with her in silence and then leaves her. No chat about his feelings, no revelations, just a visualized part of his misery. I should only wonder how he got married in the first place.Between these colorless drama episodes, there is a subplot about a guy who allegedly saw Jesus on the wall. The greatest mate of Vytas is trying to search the guy. Upon seeing the stage where the greatest mate serves a ceremonial role in church, you might receive an concept that he wants too see Jesus for himself. Nope, his first reaction when he finally found the guy was to beat him up on the ground (Christian, am I rye?). A stage later, Vytas, his friend, and the "psycho" meet at that very Jesus wall, with no Jesus in sight. The end.While the summary of a movie suggests there is a theme of success and failures, I, for one, think The Saint was about the ideas of hope, faith, and miracles. Vytas believed he would land a job, he also hoped to begin a fresh relationship, and he probably expected Jesus to turn up on that wall. He place his faith into these things instead of applying the efforts, thus failing at every "challenge". You can spot the pattern of expecting a miracle this way: Vytas signed up for a job searching list, expecting a job to search him; Vytas started spending time with a female, expecting her to present her feelings to him; Vytas looked at the wall expecting Jesus. This entire time he was just standing there and expecting something to happen. It didn't.As a side note, the absence of Christ on the wall place Vytas back to reality because he realized how meaningless his attempts at getting a job and getting laid were. Just like religion gives folks hope and a sense of Apophenia, Vytas thought of the fresh job and a fresh lover as a game-changer in his life but these things were not special, as the wall implies so.Personally, I think a viewer from Western culture would appreciate this movie more than I did because they'd receive an insight into the life of generic civilians from post-Soviet countries. A lot of folks from these states continue to live the lives illustrated in the film to this day, that I can tell.
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