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Description: Creator Noel Graham goes to the tiny village of Mondon, where his ancestors lived, for solitude to write. While searching for a lost puppy, Noel meets Rhona Allerton, who is visiting her guardian, Lewis Moffat, a writer in his declining years. Realizing that he needs inspiration to write a passionate romance, Moffat, with the support of old Benson, a former derelict actually in his service, encourages the blossoming love affair between Rhona and Noel, while planning to destroy it soon and analyze their suffering.
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Description: Three lonely girls meet in Krapetz, a village on the Black Sea coast, trying to escape the arrogance and the triteness of "modern" post-communist society. The idyll continues for few days, but is later destroyed. Crime, violence and corruption reach the three girls even in this far, deserted place.
Description: A young hip-hop artist who, having had enough of the hopelessness of trying to live off a musician’s earnings in Zambia, decides to head for the States to chase the American dream.
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Description: Live performance, Bayerische Staatsoper, 2011. The Tales of Hoffmann (French: LES CONTES D'HOFFMANN) is an opéra fantastique by Jacques Offenbach that combines three short stories by E.T.A. Hoffmann into a haunting whole: a melancholy poet reflects on three girls he loved and lost in the past: a mechanical performing doll, a Venetian courtesan, and the consumptive daughter of a celebrated composer. One of the questions this opera poses for any director is how to url the 'tales' of Hoffmann's three lost loves together and knit them satisfactorily into the Prologue and Epilogue. In this production, Richard Jones solves the puzzle by turning it into an autobiographical adventure which ends with a grand meet-up of all the characters Hoffmann has encountered: for once, Hoffmann is not presented as a rollicking type of drunken story-spinner, but rather a sad-eyed, sobered-up depressive, who reaches for the bottle only because his disastrous love life has gone wrong yet again.
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Description: A highly successful upper middle class girl with a loving family has her seemingly “perfect” globe turned upside down when the hidden secrets from her past suddenly resurface, forcing her and her beloved mother into a painful examination of their lives, their relationship with one another, and their faith in God
Description: Drawing from his private adventures, movie director, Elwood Perez veers away from standard-issue plot conventions in this paradoxically moral tale of a young boy en route to becoming a constructive artist.
Description: Zhen was a rich twenty-year-old who is very much pampered. However, her unruly hero urged her to run wild. She was given the occasion when her parents sent her to England to study English during her summer vacation. She wanted to have her own vacation and so she gave the air-ticket to her greatest friend. Thinking she should spend her time with her boyfriend, she went to his house in Lantau Island. But to her astonishment, she discovered her boyfriend sleeping with other girl. She went into a rage and left the island, determined to indulge in her own pleasure.
Description: The gypsy Azucena (Fiorenza Cossotto) takes revenge for her mother who was accused of putting a curse on one of the old Count di Luna's two sons: she decides to abduct the younger kid and throw it in the flames. But when she is about to carry out this fatal act, the gypsy sacrifices her own kid and keeps the old Count’s son, whom she names Manrico (IL TROVATORE, Plácido Domingo). Later, as adults, the troubadour Manrico and the Count di Luna’s elder son (Piero Cappucilli) do not know every other, but become rivals for the pretty Leonora (Raina Kabaivanska). Manrico succeeds in winning the young woman’s heart, and she sacrifices herself for him, deceiving the Count’s son. Angry with jealousy, the latter orders the execution of the troubadour in front of his mother. Azucena reveals to him that Manrico was his brother. This legendary performance of Giuseppe Verdi's most successful opera was recorded at the Vienna State Opera under the baton of Herbert von Karajan.
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Sometimes you see a movie that feels like it's fiction, and then you explore at the end, it's true. I remember sitting at the end seeing the end credits roll through and seeing the name "Joe Carman" and then the names of all of his four daughters all with the last name "Carman", and part of me couldn't agree that this movie was real. Joe is an amateur UFC fighter, who just turned 40 in the film. This movie will appeal to anyone who's interested in mixed-martial arts and wants to see what goes on behind the flashy wars we see on Pay-per-view, what we don't see—the intense training before sunrise, the belittlement from coaches, the ups and downs of family life, and interesting hobbies of the warriors (Joe maintains a couple goats). But the true storyline is the family story. Director Jeff Unay puts us into intimate territories like the living room, the kitchen, and the doctor's office. He makes it feel shockingly close. He made us feel like we were in the cage during the fight. And in the audience of the fight. And in the bathroom after vomiting because we had just been punched in the gut. He shot this so well, it was ridiculous. Joe's family wants him to quit fighting; they have problem understanding why he continues to do it. Joe is conflicted himself – he deeply loves his family, but he can't stop putting himself and his health at risk, because of the feeling of independence he gets being in the ring, one on one, with a competitor. It's not just Joe. Each hero in this movie is two folks at once – Joe's wife is mad and resolute, and then she's troubled and scared. Some scenes with the daughters and you think it's the happiest family in the world. Another moments you think it's the most hard family in the world. Enemies in the ring are portrayed as brutish mutes, and soon in the film, we explore that they're type and empathetic. I couldn't trust that the folks in this movie weren't actors. I studied acting, and studied boxing and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu. These were ordinary folks but they had extraordinary presence on screen, whether it was Joe's mom pleading with her aging husband to stop yelling at her 40-year old son, or Joe's teenage daughters fighting among themselves whether to confront dad or agree dad. In one scene, we see three of Joe's teenage daughters in a parking lot of a fast-food restaurant, arguing about whether or not to bring up at home the pain their dad's fighting was causing them. It was like Unay knew exactly where to be, exactly when to be there, and exactly when to focus the camera and when to zoom in.Joe's captured rolling around in the grass with his daughters in a park, seconds later, he's beating the hell out of a punching bag on the ground at his training gym. You decide the kind of boy he is. I saw this at the globe premiere, and during the Q&A, one girl after a couple of questions had been asked, shouted out of turn at Joe and his family on stage, "Stop fighting!" Instantly afterwards, a boy from a various part of the crowd, and there were some MMA guys in attendance, shouted, "Keep fighting". It was an awkward moment, not because they were both wrong, but because they were both right. For anyone looking to understand why Joe does what he does, I suggest reading, "Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging" by Sebastian Junger, for answering what it means to be a fighter in the modern world.There's also pretty footage of the Pacific Northwest here so anyone from this region will be sure to play that too. Overall, I strongly suggest seeing this film. There's some aspects of it everyone will relate to, being passionate about something, having difficulties with one's families, and ultimately leaving us raw. 10 out of 10.
Watched this at the Sidewalk Movie Festival as a film to pass the time to one I really wanted to see. I was pleasantly surprised! While not the most exciting movie, it was a nice storyline about a boy with moral dilemmas, split between being closer to his family or pursuing his passion. I really forgot this was an current documentary because it was so well made. Really hope this and more nice independent movies receive more attention in the future. Greatest of luck to the nice family in this film!
It's a reality movie. It's like the True Cancun, which was the first reality film or an episode of Hogan knows best.A Joe Carman Writes, Directs and produces a movie about his life as an aging MMA warrior and how he juggles it with being a family man. It's now a nice set up for a reality TV present for ESPN or something, but instead he releases it as a film.The cameras follow Joe and his family around capturing his life but Joe let's the cameras do all the talking and does not have those interviews in dark rooms you see in a bunch of reality shows. I love that, and I think it was brilliant. Doing it that way, It honestly took me awhile before I realized It was not a straight up narrative. No wonder the acting was sooooo good, it was not acting. There were these scenes in which Joe is interacting with his parents and his kids are having a personal discussion about their dad that pound at your heart better than any actor ever could.So far the greatest most exciting film I've seen in 2018. This unconventional approach cinema wins the war in my book.
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