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Description: They are two girls in love with one man. One is the wife, the another is the mistress. And between them, the boy whose love and time they share. But even the most discreet of affairs can be laid open, and the most submissive of wives can lose her patience. Vilma Santos, Hilda Koronel and Dindo Fernando lend their thespic talents to this moving tale of love, betrayal and retribution.
Description: 100 chronicles the last three months of a cancer stricken girl who has a list of things to do before she dies. Her list of tasks, mostly closures and practical undertakings, expands to the worldly and the spiritual as folks close to her share her last days. The movie examines the betrayal of the body, celebrates the senses and contemplates the end of life and how to live it.
Description: An aging, recently widowed boy is approached by an oil company ready to pay him for his land. While his family is in favor, the boy struggles with the decision in this Horton Foote screenplay.
Description: William McClusky (Sam Waterston) is a dashing and eccentric Scotsman whose charms rapidly overwhelm the sweet and naive Ann Walton (Jenny Agutter), but she nearly as quickly starts to comprehend that her fresh beau is anything but a one-woman man. In addition to his two ex-wives, with whom he remains remarkably close, William exhibits a disturbing attraction for nearly any female who crosses his path -- Ann's mates among them.
Description: Young couple Joe and Mary Thompson love every another and their kids despite the struggles that they have that are typical of most young couples early on in their married life, such as the basics of trying to create ends meet. But after Joe leaves Mary and their inner town life, she finds an unpostmarked envelope under their apartment door with her name written in Joe's handwriting. It includes a letter explaining why he left. It has primarily to do with his feeling that other part of his life was being left behind for his married life, that another life which consists of a wish to travel, especially sail the south seas. The current impetus to leave was inadvertently fostered by Mary through the birthday show she purchased for him. So what now did happen to Joe and will he ever return to his loving wife?
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Description: Based on the homonymous novel by Nobel Prize Laureate Miguel Angel Asturias, "El Señor Presidente" is a tragic and impossible love storyline lost between degradation and fear. It is the tale of a fictitious Latin American country living under a fierce dictatorship sponsored by a society in frank decadence. Evil spreads downwards from the ruler, justice is a mockery, and the military spends their time abusing their fellow citizens and enjoying corruption. - Written by Jorge Granier-Phelps
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Description: Shame or Counterplan is a 1932 Soviet drama movie directed by Sergei Yutkevich and Fridrikh Ermler. The film’s title-song named "The Song of the Counterplan", composed by Dmitri Shostakovich, became globe popular and was adapted into "Au-devant de la vie", a notable song of the French socialist movement of the 1930s. This movie should be considered as a Stalin propaganda film. The plot involves an effort to catch "wreckers" at work in a Soviet factory. From Wikipedia, the gratis encyclopedia
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For someone raised in Mauritania as I was, it was quite something to watch the first Mauritanian film nominated for a Foreign Movie Oscar. I saw it in, of all places, in a film theatre in Rio de Janeiro, the first week of its release in Brazil.The language of cinema is truly universal as you see folks who belong to an entirely various culture react in a related method to someone from that culture. Of course there are some references not simple to get, such as the one to melody lauding the Prophet by Mauritanian female artist Dimi mint Abba which is heard in a key stage showing how absurd these Islamists' prohibitions are. Unsure, also, whether folks can say when various actors test various languages (Arabic, Tuareg, Bambara etc.).The soccer minigame stage is one of the greatest I saw this year on the large screen, and the one with the killing of astounding beauty.Definitely a nice director at work here, despite obvious limited resources.
The opening montage establishes the goals of the religious fundamentalists who have taken over the Mali area. The first is life: boys firing at a frightened gazelle are instructed "Don't slay it; tire it." The second is culture: they shoot up a row of African sculpture, especially blowing off heads and breasts. The local imam orders the troops out of his temple, preferring the jihad of prayer over that of weapons. Soon he gently corrects the jihadists' leader, pointing out their divergence from Muslim principles like fairness, humanity, leniency, a respect for life. But the jihadists persist. A boy gets 40 lashes for testing the verboten football. So the lads gather to enjoy a minigame without a ball, with remarkable agreement on which shots are stopped and which score. A girl gets 80 lashes for being participating in a home musical evening. A girl is punished for not wearing gloves even though she's selling fish. Girls are ordered to wear socks in the store and boys to roll up their pant legs. The jihadists are all in khaki and black, their faces usually hidden. The colours erupt and the faces bared in the bedouin's tent and in the melody scenes. That bedouin lives blissfully in the desert with his wife, daughter and a young herd- boy, the only family that has not yet fled the jihadists. He thinks they're safe from their extremism and violence. A jihadist officer has designs on the man's wife, so doesn't support when the bedouin faces death for the accidental death of the fisherman who killed his pregnant cow (named, with a nod to modernity, GPS). The bedouin stands trial, fails to victory the widow's pardon and can't pay the sharia court's requirement of 40 cows blood money. That was the levy after he tells he has only seven cows left. His wife dies with him in her rush to see him one last time. The movie ends with the bedouin's two kids running, their family killed, Their helpless flight parallels the gazelle's. They too will be profoundly tired if not killed, as the sharia marches righteously and murderously on.As the blood levy demonstrates, the sharia court flexes mightily to serve its soldiers. A tortuous logic justifies why a soldier was allowed to steal away in the night and marry the woman her mother had refused him permission to marry. The officer lusting after the bedouin's wife steals an elaborate personal dance, apparently with voodoo roots, at the local madwoman's. He even gets away with smoking.There are scenes of breathtaking beauty, in tragic contrast to the suffering of the people. The lusting officer pauses to machine gun a pudendal shrub amid the dunes. In a stunning long shot the bedouin moves through the lake away from the boy he's just killed, leaving his trail in the water as in the sand and in his actually doomed life. After his gun goes off both boys lie in the water, as if both are dead, which they effectively are as the bedouin faithfully accepts his plight as Allah's will. The bedouin's testimony is as movingly pretty as the judge's justice is venal. This movie remarkably combines aesthetic beauty and moral indignation.
I saw many perfect movies at The Toronto Movie Festival. This one really stayed with me. I am not a person who can tolerate visually violent films and this transport respected me as an audience member. I cannot remember a film with more captivating photos which resonated, characters I continue to think about and visuals which prompted me to reconsider my relationship with history and another nations as well as with myself. That sounds type of major. Suffice to tell that I suggest this film to anyone who would like an perfect storyline simply said which is both moving and a window on other world. The storyline is about creeping fascism and the method in which human beings resist heroically inroads vs them which demean them. Despite the massive topics matter, I found this movie incredibly uplifting. This is a rare occasion to see a movie which depicts the complicated and sometimes frightening globe we live in but with a sense of hope.I tend to be a rom-com type. It surprised me to relish a movie about war. It is not a movie without heartache. It is a movie which is both inspired and is inspiring. Most of the lead characters are not professional actors. This shocked me. I cry to remember some scenes, but with gratitude!
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