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Description: Bob Saginowski finds himself at the center of a robbery gone awry and entwined in an investigation that digs deep into the neighborhood's past where friends, families, and foes all work together to create a living - no matter the cost.
Description: A sense of order is the important basis of any nice social organisation. To illustrate this axiom, Kiarostami presents a series of paired scenes in this educational short movie in which the same action is first shown in an organised method and then in an anarchic one. The movie crew, however, finds it hard to organise disorder.
Description: Carl, a low-end hustler and pimp, uses his girlfriend to begin his own prostitution ring. Problem starts when Carl recruits Sherrie, a local waitress who likes sex. A cheesy narrator relates this morality tale. Details early cameos by adult super-stars John Holmes and Uschi Digard!
Description: Sang-won, Seung-jun and Min-wook are high school greatest chums. However, after graduation, they are in three various territories in life; Sang-won is a college student, Seung-jun studies one more year to enter the college, Min-wook performs his military service. One day, two mates visit Min-wook in the army. Seung-jun has other reason for a visit to bring the break-up letter from Min-wook’s woman friend, Esther. Once three men reunite, they spend one night of carousing devoted to the terrible military man and test to search when to give the letter. Before they separate, will the Dear John letter be delivered successfully? The trio allows their journey to continue.
Description: Elisa, a thirty-eight-year old woman, leaves for a week with her husband and young daughter on a holiday to a house in the country. Everything is going for her: she has a successful professional career, loves her family, has enough cash for a comfortable life, and has plans for the future. After arriving to the country, a strange feeling takes keep of her. She begins feeling the presence of something that moves the treetops at night, makes the dogs howl, and wanders like the breath of a ghost across the unlimited countryside. A stinging feeling that kills all her certainties. In the middle of the night Elisa wakes up. The moonlight shines on her face.
Description: Krzysztof Zanussi's groundbreaking movie chronicles a decade in the life of a young physics student whose absolute faith in the primacy of rationality and science is shaken by tragedy and affairs of the heart.
Description: This classic movie chronicles the life of Tukaram (17th C.), one of Maharashtra’s most famous saint poets, activating the 20th century resonances of his turning away from courtly Sanskrit towards vernacular rhythms of religious poetry.
Description: Based on Franz Xaver Kroetz's play, which is in turn based on a real story, this movie by Rainer Werner Fassbinder says the storyline of a very young woman who, after persuading a local man to become her lover, induces the anger of her father, whose incestuous sexual attentions to her have grown unbearable.
Description: A young businessman believes that cash and fortune are the most necessary things in the world. One day he loses all his cash and faces the necessity to reconsider and change his life.
Description: A single mother of a leukemia-stricken kid is redeemed by the titular positive force in Paco Torres' intriguing debut, "The Magic of Hope." Starting out as a po-faced tale of endurance, pic develops into a convincing, quietly affirmative fable about the transformative power of human goodness. Featuring a searching central performance from Patricia Garcia Mendez and employing a distinctive mix of grit and lyricism working in mutually beneficial counterpoint, pic is far from perfect, but its seriousness of purpose and undertow of emotional truth should be met with applause by fest auds.
Description: This intelligently crafted, seven-time award winning festival favorite, says the storyline of a young man, in a tiny seaside town, who learns a thing or two about love, luck and life from his well-traveled, outlaw grandfather. Born & Raised is a gritty, coming-of-age drama with a lot of heart and a ton of laughs.
Description: Three sequences are linked together in this short movie by Straub; the first sequence is a long tracking shot from a vehicle of prostitutes plying their trade on the night-time roads of Germany; the second is a staged play, slash down to 10 mins by Straub and photographed in a single take; the final sequence covers the marriage of James and Lilith, and Lilith’s subsequent execution of her pimp, played by Rainer Werner Fassbinder. "The movie is a look entirely at Western decadence" - Jean-Marie Straub.
Description: Julio Cesar (Enrique Herrera), writer of soap operas, is very upset nerves. Dr. Jimenez (Alberto Galán) recommends an institution that will give he a therapy to cure these scares. To avoid exposure to terrible publicity, is camouflaged by the pseudonym Justiniano Conquian . By chance, a taxidermist (Joaquin Pardavé) also named. His situation is different: it is a millionaire heir heritage potential, but will only be legally recognized if it meets a peculiar condition in the will, having to spend a entire month in the gloomy castle Conquian, competing with another heirs of fortune. Dr. Jimenez is bribed by a cousin of Justinian to send the false Conquian scares Castle into thinking that is the sanatorium.
Description: The real storyline of General Smyslovsky and the anti-Communist 1st Russian National Units receiving shelter in Liechtenstein in 1945 and successfully resisting Soviet pressure to be returned for execution in the USSR.
Description: Although greatest known for his photography, Steven Arnold also wrote, designed, and directed few groundbreaking visionary films, The Liberation of Mannique Mechanique being the first. Stuart Comer of the Tate Modern (London) told of Mannique: “a macabre, decadent work presenting mannequins and models that travel through strange universes toward possible self-discovery.” Brooklyn-based artist and writer Kate Wadkins in a newest online article observed: “Arnold’s movies are dream-like visions of androgynous beings. Their narratives are modern-day fairy tales and reveries about gender — all through the lens of an acid trip.”
Description: The pages that whisper through this brooding, pretty tone poem are from nineteenth-century Russian literature, primarily Dostoevsky’s Crime and Punishment. An anonymous boy wanders through decomposing, fog-enshrouded catacombs and encounters a series of “the degraded and the humiliated,” including a holy prostitute and a Kafkaesque bureaucrat. Shot partly in Sokurov’s dreamlike black and white with a dense sound track of eerie, echoing voices and bursts of mournful Mahler.
Description: It’s 1922 in the Quebec countryside, and Claudine Perreault has large plans for her son, François. He’ll enter the pries- thood so that God will forgive her for bearing a kid out of wedlock. But 17-year-old François is dead set vs joining the seminary. Enraged, Claudine strikes him so violently he goes deaf. After his mother’s death, François starts a various type of relationship with a girl when he buys the wild and aloof young Amica from an Innu pedlar.
Description: Anna plays the private secretary of a rich industrialist who falls in love with her boss' daughter's leftist boyfriend, Carlo. Anna cute much severs her ties with her boss (who she also had romantic moments with) and after she moves in with the college student Carlo she attempts to deliever for both, but later fails in finding job occasions and sinks into the sleazy globe of drugs and prostitution. Carlo's right wing brother demands Carlo starts his relationship with daughter of the strong businessman in order to guarantee financial freedom for the rest of his life.
Description: 15-year-old Moritz lives in a posh zone of Hamburg, but his parents did not care about it. The teenager suffers from ridicule of his classmates and finds refuge in his dreams and testing the saxophone. Only when he joins a band and began performing there Moritz pulled out of the vicious circle, and finds love with fresh friends...
Description: An artist's studio is descended upon by a group of retired boys and a young mother who accept to model in the nude for money. Comedy ensues as the students and the local bureaucracy react to the models, all in need of additional money. Few running gags border on slapstick as the officials and the students don't know what to do with the nude models.
Description: Picking up where "God Does Not Trust In Us Anymore" leaves off, Freddy struggles to search work after arriving in Fresh York in 1940. His globe of refugee acquaintances contains the depressed daughter of a poet/delicatessen owner, an aging surgeon who cannot search work, and a lovable charlatan photographer. Corti's trilogy continues with "Welcome in Vienna"
Description: In the conclusion of Axel Corti's trilogy (following God Does Not Trust In Us Anymore and Santa Fe) Freddy, a Viennese Jew who emigrated to Fresh York after Hitler's invasion, and Adler, a left-wing intellectual originally from Berlin, return to Austria in 1944 as troops in the U.S. Army. Freddy falls in love with the daughter of a Nazi, and Adler attempts to go over to the Communist Zone. But with the advent of the Cold Fight and continuing anti-semitism, the idealism of both characters is shattered as they search themselves surrounded by cynicism, opportunism, and universal self-deception. This acclaimed, brilliant work is one of the nice movies of all time.
Description: Claire, Romy, Magali, Loete, and Jim are typical Brienen’s characters: their excessive lifestyle rhythmed by sex and drugs puts them in the margins of society, refusing to trust in love or any type of happiness. Lacking a better alternative, they take a trip to Berlin to perform in their own erotic-trash show. But in Berlin, problem only begins. Styled photos of lost souls straying through the night and their humide debaucheries move us into an universe of the abject where all moral limits are eliminated by the character’s insatiable bulimia.
Description: Diane of Meridor, aged 23 years, lives a satisfied country life with her father. For the first time, Diana has her coming out ball, organized by the count of Monsoreau, who, in spite of being much older than her, wants to create her his wife, having a possessive and jealous love for the young woman. The duke of Anjou takes Diana in the ball, and tries to abuse of her exercising his prerogatives of being the brother of the king. Monsoreau will take advantage of this fact in his favor, and kidnaps de lady. He explains her father that Duke of Anjou, a known seducer, has kidnapped her. In order to secure her honor, he offers to marry her. Her father consents to it, with his heart broken by his sorrow. Diana of Meridor is forced to marry the damnable count of Monsoreau. Since then, she will know the Court and will live closely the different plots to betray the king, and discovers all around her the terrible taste of deceit...
Description: Alfie Darling is a 1975 British comedy drama movie directed by Ken Hughes. It is the sequel to the 1966 movie Alfie. This time Alan Price takes over Michael Caine's role of Alfie. It based on the novel of the same name by Bill Naughton (who wrote the enjoy upon which the first movie was based).
Description: Based on a real storyline dating back to 1985 when two Polish boys, a teenager and his tiny brother, escaped from communist Poland all the method to Sweden, hidden under a truck. In the movie, their destination has been changed to Denmark.
Description: Boris is stunned when his girlfriend Ana asks for some time apart. He doesn´t know why and she can´t explain it. Some time can mean so many things. How much time apart? A week, a month, years? During this imprecise period of uncertainty, Boris is left at the mercy of chance. His life transforms into an erratic urban journey: moving into a transient hotel, purchasing a temperamental communist-era car, meeting up with a long-lost classmate, random encounters with another girls and repeatedly trying to receive back together with Ana.
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During the 70s, many Argentinean movies were devoted to the exploration of female trauma and frustration. We may cite the examples of _La Mary_ (Daniel Tinayre, 1974), _Boquitas pintadas_ (Leopoldo Torre Nilsson, 1974), and Raúl de la Torre's films, most of which starred Graciela Borges (_Crónica de una señora_, 1971; _Heroína_, 1972). The lesser-known _Una mujer_ is other paradigm of this tendency.As the movie begins, Matilde (Cipe Lincovsky, in one of her most affecting roles) returns home. The viewer does not know from where she is returning, but the features will surface tiny by tiny as the movie unfolds. At first, the pace is deliberately slow. It seems that all we are being shown are trivial domestic scenes. Matilde will then start to launch up, and some of her secrets will be revealed as she interacts with her husband (Federico Luppi, showing his macho facet the method he does in _Crónica de una señora_), her mother, her sisters, etc. The film's tagline was, "There are questions she can only respond to herself." This is a direct reference to the last stage in the movie, which some may search disappointing, but I consider to be flawless._Una mujer_ details a "quiet" screenplay by the nice Aída Bortnik (_La tregua_, _Crecer de golpe_, _La historia oficial_, _Caballos salvajes_), written in collaboration with the popular novelist Osvaldo Soriano. The directorial and editorial work is also worthy of mention. The movie makes ample test of montage, in a successful manner. Juan José Stagnaro, the film's director, was director of photography for Leonardo Favio, most notably in _Este es el romance..._ (1966) and in the beautiful, heartbreaking _Nazareno Cruz y el lobo_ (1975). By pure possibility I watched _Nazareno Cruz_ and _Una mujer_ back to back, without knowing that Stagnaro was involved in both of them. I was sad to search out that same night that Stagnaro passed away last week._Una mujer_ is a memorable hero study, and deserves a much higher rating than it has (5.8 as I write this). One of the hidden treasures of 70s Argentinean cinema.
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