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Description: At Columbia University, during the week of John Belushi's death, lifelong mates Ben (Rob Morrow) and Adam (Jake Weber) meet Nina (Claire Forlani) at a student bar. After Nina and Adam marry, she goes to grad school in Fresh York, while he starts a career as a writer. Ben marries Stanford law student Kat (Jayne Brook), and they both search work in Fresh York. Lives are altered after Ben and Nina enter into an affair.
Description: A bus and a truck are moving towards every another along a two-way traffic highway on a rainy day. At the very beginning we learn that a reckless driver of other vehicle will cause them to collide while trying to pass the bus; we even learn what seats will spell doom for their occupants. The rest of the film follows two streams of happenings on the bus and on the truck, getting us to know and like a wide tons of characters, wondering which ones will end up being casualties and holding breath for our favourites. The epilogue brings some more surprises...
Description: Christian has commited a crime, a crime of compassion. A troubled soul, he gotta actually flee not only the law, but the deep ethical consequences of his act. The path he sets upon leads him to where all streets end : a tiny community by the name of Radisson, 1500km north of Montreal. Slowly, he begins his life anew among his fresh neighbours, a fresh job, a fresh interest in life. His storyline drifts along, somewhere between fiction and reality…
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Description: One autumn, Edgar, a 12 year old boy, spends a vacation with his mother at a plush hotel in Switzerland. His father, a busy lawyer, remains at the family home in Vienna. When he sees a ellegant motorcar pull up at the hotel, Edgar wastes no time befriending its owner, an amiable dandy. The latter pays more attention to the boy’s mother than to the man himself, and decides to test Edgar to wheedle his method into her affections. When Edgar realises he has been used, he is far from happy...
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Description: On the day Jean Gabin dies, a kidnaper who also takes a fortune in jewels heisted from Cartiers murders Simon Verini's wife. (Simon was fencing the jewels for a youthful gang who robbed Cartiers; he suspects them of the murder.) He's framed for the theft and spends ten years in prison, writing to his daughter, Marie-Sophie, who's 11 when he's sent away. Released, he reconnects to Marie-Sophie and to the young thieves, seeks revenge, and is quickly arrested again. She doesn't know what to create of her father, retreats to her Swiss fiancé, and is flummoxed when one of the young thieves falls for her. Is resolution possible when crime cuts across families and romance?
Description: Everyday life in an impossibly cramped Beijing apartment takes on epic proportions in this, intimate portrait, with unprecedented access, of a working-class Chinese family. Boldly transforming documentary into fiction, Liu Jiayin cast her parents and herself as fictionalized versions of themselves. Her father, Liu Zaiping, sells leather bags but is slowly going bankrupt. He argues with his wife, Jia Huifen, and his daughter over ways to boost business in the shop. A cloud of anxiety follows them into sleepless nights shared in the same bed. But through the thousand everyday travails of town life, a genuine and deeply moving picture of Chinese familial solidarity emerges from the screen.
Description: When a boy decides to marry the girl he's been living with, she stops being the silent patient person she was and claims to be the boss in the house. Her behaviour changes so much after the marriage that the husband gets so irritated as to ask for a divorce even a several hours later..
Description: The storyline is very unusual and partly awkward. The two main folks in the storyline are Anna, a young woman (played by Hertha Thiele), who is thought of having the ability to heal folks mysteriously. Elisabeth, played by Darathea Wieck, is a young - middle aged aristocratic woman, that is disabled and puts all her hopes in meeting Anna and having her disability heal by her. A strange ambivalent relationship develops between the two women, and just one of them survives.
Description: The Terrible Ones says the semi-melodramatic storyline of three terrible mates who met in prison where have been sent to on different offenses. These three mates do not wish to receive out when they are released. What are Abuzer, Haci and Arap going to do when they will be out? They have no one, no jobs... Apart from Haci and Arap, everything will be the same for Abuzer, who doesn't know where to go. He will still be alone, starving on the roads of the large city.
Description: Impoverished, childless and living in a garbage dump, Miguel and Lina become immediate celebrities when Lina miraculously becomes pregnant. But Lina gives birth to a fish, which increases her celebrity but leaves Miguel humiliated and the couple at odds. What follows is an illuminating examination of how this unusual family copes and compromises in the face of a modern-day miracle.
Description: Piroska is an overweight, alienated nurse who can’t resist cream-filled pastries. She works in the terminal ward of a hospital; her life is surrounded by death. One day she sets off to search her long-lost childhood friend. While tracing her recollections, she embarks on a paradox-filled voyage within her own memory and the memory of those she encounters.
Description: The stodgy life that schoolteacher Alain led before he met Julie was all that kept him together. When they become lovers, she induces him to loosen up and introduces him to her drug-taking, hippie friends. At first he cannot receive along with them, but eventually he loses his job and gives himself over to drugs and drink. She tries increasingly frantically to hold him with her, but he finally walks out on her. By that time, they have had a baby. (allmovie.com)
Description: Set in a tiny Quebec city in the late '20s, this moving drama follows the life and exploits of Celeste Beaumont, a talented young pianist, who gains local celebrity at the city film theater for her bonuses as a silent movie accompanist. As an added attraction, Celeste dons ornate gowns for every performance. Audiences are just as interested in her ever-changing apparel as they are in the film. Awkward Pierre Blaudell is her largest fanatic and eventually convinces Celeste to be his wife. Shortly after she bears his son, Pierre joins the army. She insists on joining him at the base and his meddlesome, snooty parents insist she give them her son. After Pierre is killed in battle, Celeste flees to Fresh York where she finds steady employment as a jazz pianist. She finds a life-long companion with a black musician and chronicles her experiences in a diary that she passes on to her son after he grows up.
Description: Rainer’s landmark movie is a meditation on ambivalence that plays with cliché and the conventions of soap opera while saying the storyline of a girl whose sexual dissatisfaction masks an enormous anger.
Description: Directed by Alfred Vohrer, and written by Jürgen Lodemann and Werner P. Zibaso, «Anita Drogemöller und die Ruhe an der Ruhr» is a 1976 Crime movie . Monique van de Ven and Harald Leipnitz are starring, alongside Helga Anders, Reiner Schöne, Brigitte Mira and Dirk Dautzenberg.
Description: Set in 1969, Abel Shaddick, a crotchety deli owner, has a grudge vs virtually everyone in his upstate Fresh York city of Fairview, particularly vs his slacker nephew Stanley who lives behind the shop. Without saying his uncle, Stanley agrees to place up a needy town child for the summer as part of a charity tool run by rich debutante Gloria. Abel instantly vetoes the plan, but it is too late. The kid, young Herman Washington, is already on his way...
Description: In a village in Fresh Mexico, the life of young farm man Antonio is dramatically changed when an old medicine girl joins his household. This affecting coming-of-age tale recounts Antonio's experiences to reveal the spiritual conflict in his community.
Description: In this made-in-Japan drama/comedy/gangster film from director Juzo Itami a star actress, Biwako (played by Nobuko Miyamoto), is the sole witness to a grizzly murder. The cops persuade Biwako to enjoy the bait to catch the killers. Two veteran detectives are assigned to protect her at all times, and as the movie progresses the guardians have no choice but to deal with the overly dramatic, hilarious, and sometimes harrowing ups-and-downs of Biwako's life. Beautifully shot and dynamically structured in a method that only the Japanese are capable of, Marutai reminds us that sometimes the most loyal friendships are formed under the darkest circumstances.
Description: North Carolina mountains at the end of the 1920s – George and Serena Pemberton, love-struck newly-weds, start to build a timber empire. Serena later proves herself to be equal to any man: overseeing loggers, hunting rattle-snakes, even saving a man’s life in the wilderness. With power and influence actually in their hands, the Pembertons refuse to allow anyone stand in the method of their inflated love and ambitions. However, once Serena discovers George’s hidden past and faces an unchangeable fate of her own, the Pemberton’s passionate marriage starts to unravel leading toward a dramatic reckoning.
Description: A hopelessly silly young flibbertigibbet from Mississippi is faced with the choice of her poor, boorish Fresh Jersey boyfriend or a dashing Opera star, a boy of experience.
Description: "El Mundo sigue" is a drama that reflects the poverty and misery in which they lived the Spanish in the late 50s and early 60s. It manages to portray a realistic portrait of pathetic but society at the time. Adultery, envy, greed, violence, hunger and abuse of girls are just some of the themes in the film, and reflect, at all times, this injustice in a globe without mercy. And such is the rawness of the film, after seeing it, the viewer understands the appointment of Fray Luis de Granada's ebook "Guide sinners", the director shows in the first scene: "see mistreated the innocent, the guilty forguiven , underrated the good, The terrible honoured and sublimated; see killed the terrible and humble. More power and all business that under the favor "... In short, "El mundo sigue" is a strong movie that I consider the top ten Spanish movies of all time that all Spanish film lovers could see.
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It is real to tell that Smiley is no Bourne nor Bond but Tinker Tailor Soldier Spy is a beautifully played and observed spy film. Could you expect vehicle chases, spills, thrills, gadgets galore and closely-choreographed war scenes then you WILL be disappointed. Set in smoke-filled, sepia-tinged 1970s, the movie centres around the uncovering of a mole 'right at the top of the circus'. The 'circus' is the British Intelligence Services and is made up of a who's who of British acting talent - Firth, Hinds, Cumberbatch, Hardy, Powerful and Hurt. For the most part, the action takes zone in the brown-suited and wall-papered globe of England but we are given brief glimpses of the spy zone in Budapest, Paris and Istanbul. Smiley, played inscrutably by Oldman, is tasked with uncovering the mole and is ably assisted by Guillam, the ever-watchable Cumberbatch. Admittedly this is a slow-burn of a film, full of meaningful looks, pregnant pauses and one that tips at deeper and more complex plot strands but it has an authentic air and it is a fascinating to observe a build-up of tension and cold-war paranoia which culminates in a dramatic if subdued fashion. Being slightly too young to have watched the original Alec Guiness TV series, I cannot create any direct comparisons and I imagine that a TV series allows much more time for plot and hero development. The movie gotta be judged on its own merits, and whilst I am sure that this will not be to many mainstream movie-goers' tastes, it is one for those who are looking for a movie of a various type, time and pace.
There is a certain snobbery with movies that require more than a tiny amount of attention – an opinion that if you even ask about a tiny feature that you missed that you could then go watch Transformers and leave true movies to the grownups. It is unpleasant superiority and it is mostly undeserved because to be honest this is a difficult movie to follow and it does demand attention. Those wishing to insult me via personal message can do so, but I did struggle few times to understand how things fitted together and what relevance certain scenes had. This didn't limit my enjoyment of the movie though and mostly I still followed the broad stroke of the plot, even if some bits of it did lose me.I've not read the tome of a ebook or seen the BBC mini-series, so I can't comment how well it compresses down to this two-hour film, but for me it did at times seem to be cramming a lot into a tiny time and occasionally it felt like it was unnecessarily convoluted or confusing. If you stay with it as greatest you can, it is intriguing and rather dramatic considering that much of the movie is folks talking to one other as opposed to chases and gun fights. The success of this is mostly down to the atmosphere and tone created by director Alfredson, because there is a constant tension to the movie – cold perhaps, but very tense at times, certainly not bored even if it can look that method from a distance.This is not what he does greatest though, because to there was an aspect to the movie that was perfect and this was the feeling of outdatedness, of an unnecessary function and a pointless "war". This feeling is in the characters, in the set-decoration and in each shot. The boys we follow had the height of their import many years ago – actually it appears they are mainly fighting their equal numbers on the another side simply because they exist. I really liked this overarching sense of smallness that sat across the movie and I enjoyed finding it being employed in even the smallest feature – in the attitude of a minor hero through to the cheap "do not unplug" text scrawled on the wall (those that work in older offices will know this feeling). Alfredson is bang on the cash with this feeling, it is part of the storyline and it is brilliantly delivered throughout.Speaking of brilliant delivery, the cast is deep in British talent and unsurprisingly they deliver. Oldman may not have won the Oscar but he is nice here – working with restraint and doing so much. He does so much with minor reactions and movements and he is a nice character. He is the lead here but alongside him is a cast that is difficult not to just list – Cumberbach, Hurt, Jones, Firth, Burke, Graham, Hardy and so on; British all perhaps but it tells a lot that almost all of the helping users here will be recognised internationally. Everyone gives powerful performances and everyone seems to understand what Alfredson is doing.Overall, this is a nice movie albeit one that is not as simple to follow as those impatient snobs would have you believe. It is OK to struggle with some aspects and it is still simple to play the film. The plot engaged me but what stayed with me more than anything else was how it all seemed so unimportant, how those involved were all working to ignore the irrelevance of their work and how very tired this globe seemed – this aspect was very well done and made the movie as much as Oldman's powerful central performance.
Forty-six year old Swedish director Tomas Alfredson came to prominence three years ago when he directed the movie adaptation of John Ajvide Lindqvist's novel 'Let The Right One In'. After the initial success of the vampiric romantic drama, Alfredson became attached to an international adaptation of John le Carre's espionage-novel 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy'. Based on aspects of le Carre's (also known as David Cornwell) experiences during his time as a member of the British Intelligence service sectors MI5 and MI6 during the 1950s and 1960s, Alfredson creates a fine, absorbing picture which engrosses from beginning to end.Control (John Hurt), the leader of an unknown sector of the British Intelligence service, is ousted along with his long-standing companion George Smiley (Gary Oldman) due to a botched operation in Budapest, Hungary which saw the officer Jim Prideaux (Mark Strong) murdered in public. Control was under the impression that there was a mole among the top ranking members of the service, referred to as the Circus by the another top ranking members due to its zone in Cambridge Circus, London, and Smiley is drawn out of retirement to pinpoint the culprit after Control passes away. Alongside the young Intelligence officer Peter Guillam (Benedict Cumberbatch), Smiley has four basic candidates to focus his investigation upon; they are the last remaining members of the Circus, Bill Haydon (Colin Firth), Percy Alleline (Toby Jones), Roy Bland (Ciaran Hinds) and Toby Esterhase (David Dencik).Utilizing an all-star, established cast, Alfredson allows the movie to unfold at an almost flawless pace. Each sequence includes a tiny snippet of notification which allows the viewer to conduct their own investigation alongside that of Smiley's. While the narrative is also driven along by powerful performances from the primarily male cast, Gary Oldman, Colin Firth, Toby Jones, Ciaran Hinds, David Dencik, Stephen Graham and Kathy Burke all give strong, commanding performances. While the real artists of the piece are Benedict Cumberbatch, who plays the young, and somewhat naive clever officer assigned to support Smiley. John Harm as the aging, instinct-driven leader of the British service, and Tom Hardy, who is Ricki Tarr the dirty cleaner for British intelligence's most fowl operations. Their performances go above and beyond in their helping roles, and at times eclipse Gary Oldman's subdued portrayal of a boy drawn back into the murky globe of corruption, betrayal and treasure.Alongside the narrative and its cast, one of the more surprising aspects of the film, is Alfredson, Cinematographer Hoyte van Hoytema and Editor Dino Jonsater's test of stylistic nuances that further enhance the viewing experience. Lingering close-up shots of seemingly insignificant objects and shallow focus shots constantly evoke the nature of mystery and intrigue which surrounds such clandestine organisations. Alfredson never rushes any moment, instead he allows for the audience to become accustomed to their surroundings and appreciate their beauty. Wide angle shots and long lenses are used for interior and exterior locations, showcasing the breakdowns of their interiors, while close-up shots are used to examine objects and characters in their most frail states. During the opening sequence involving Prideaux's botched secret mission, a easy concoction of jump cuts and lingering static shots concentrating upon different characters within the vicinity creates a sense of the tension, suspense and vulnerability of the case and this is how Alfredson constantly keeps the audience engrossed. By providing those observing the action on screen with just enough notification that they themselves become entwined within Smiley's investigation as he moves forward.Once the credits and a dedication to the movies screenwriter Bridget O'Connor who passed away last year finish, the viewer is left with an overriding sense of satisfaction. Smiley's globe is a far cry away from the glitz and glamour that the espionage category has become accustomed to. There are no martinis in sight, but only reel upon reel of bureaucratic wrangling, childish bickering and greed-induced deal-making, where it seems everybody is working for themselves and their reputation rather than the nation's government that is employing them. Since its premiere at the 68th Venice International Movie Festival 'Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy' has been touted as an Oscar contender and it is simple to understand why, Tomas Alfredson has taken a solid source novel, utilized an established cast and infused the final concoction with elements from his own visual repertoire to make a wonderfully crafted movie that does the original BBC televised series justice.
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