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Description: Sister Angèle is a nun just twenty-one years old. She sells the honey gathered by her fellow nuns at the road market. But she also indulges in strange activities – she secretly visits a young man, Paolo, in a bungalow on the beach. She also visits patients in hospital. It’s here that she’s met a young Spanish woman, Rosa Maria Dolorès, whose days are numbered. This encounter, along with her relationship with Paolo, bring her face to face with herself, create her listen to the sound of her beating heart.
Description: Bota (Albanian for “the world”) is a cafe situated on the edge of a vast zone of marshland in a remote part of Albania, and it is here that the lives of the protagonists intersect in this compelling debut by Iris Elezi and Thomas Logoreci. The directors skilfully exploit the genius loci of the desolate landscape and, aided by a period score and beguiling long shots, they flawlessly evoke the atmosphere of a zone where the past still encroaches upon people’s lives.
Description: In the fine tradition of And Sudden Death, Columbia's The Devil is Driving tabulates the dangers of drunken driving in an exciting, unabashedly melodramatic fashion. In his first real portrayal of a "little creep," Elisha Cook Jr. stars as Tony, the spoiled-rotten son of the wealthy and influential Mr. Stevens.
Description: Michael lives in a housing project. He and his mates create melody together. Michael is clearly the largest talent in the group, and one day he is discovered by the established rapper Apollo who makes Michael his ghostwriter. A large occasion for Michael, this also means moving forward without his mates and breaking the unwritten rule of loyalty. Michael focuses on his music, hoping that the case will resolve itself. As his mates lose their patience, a dramatic showdown is inevitable.
Description: A doctor's adopted son turns out to be an ungrateful whelp. He beds the doctor's maid, then his secretary, and finally goals the doctor's wife, his own stepmother as his next conquest....
Description: Living in the Herttoniemi suburb in Eastern Helsinki, 12 yearolds Antti and Muhis have been greatest mates since kindergarten. Muhis is from a Somali background, and the boys’ friendship is place to use when a local racist lays his hands on Muhis. A struggle ensues, and Antti accidentally shoves the boy off of a cliff, into the sea. The men swear never ever to say anyone and to take their secret to their graves. Changes is a life-affirming movie about friendship, growing up, tolerance and courage.
Description: Jane Maynard opens a point in memory of philanthropist Bland Hendricks. John Anstell, son of a strong and selfish millionaire, Michael Anstell, falls in love with Jane, to the old man's disapproval. Anstell tries to undermine Jane's work by hiring reporter Tom Barnett to write an unfavorable storyline about the mission.
Description: John is a successful businessman, at least on the surface. He's really suffering from a deep depression after the death of his loved one. He decides to take his life but on the method he meets Alex, a young woman who decides to stop him.
Description: 2 November 2004, shortly before nine in the morning. In The Hague, the report comes in that in Amsterdam Theo van Gogh has been murdered. All warning bells begin ringing. With the country in flames, sometimes literally, politicians and officials in The Hague have to neutralise all sorts of known and unknown stings, and just when Van Gogh’s cremation seems to herald a period of relative peace, a second explosion follows: the attack on the Hofstad Network in the Laakkwartier in The Hague. A reconstruction of nine days of political high tension and flying dust, a decade after the assassination of the trendsetting filmmaker and TV presenter.
Description: Masses moving across the sweltering concrete, to the glass turrets and into the subway mouths, eyes glued to the tiny screens, inhaling the photos from halfway around the globe, oblivious to the life at their own feet.
Description: Casper (Gijs Blom) has never met his father and lives alone with his mother Marit (Birgit Schuurman). He likes to spend his gratis time testing the piano, so he is thrilled when he is selected to become a pianist in a youth orchestra – and especially when he makes mates with Anouk (Susan Radder). She knows what Casper is going through when he learns that his mother is seriously ill: Marit has cancer. Afraid of what might happen to her, Casper and his greatest mate Pim (Massimo Pesik) decide to search his father…
Description: Two young boys embark on a one night stand. Both with very various understandings of the situation, they struggle to realise the real connection they long for. A contemporary snapshot of where Aussie gay boys are on the trouble of single-serve love and their desire for more
Description: A group of men testing near the seashore in Tokyo search a goat, slay it in a tug of fight for ownership, bury it with ceremony, and, except for one boy, run off in heedless laughter ready for more games.
Description: One of the most vertiginous of Markopoulos's interior landscape studies, Himself as Herself is based loosely on Balzac's Séraphita. The movie consists of a shimmering, nearly plotless evocation of gender identity in flux, and it includes some of Markopoulos’s most haunting, densely interlaced images. This movie is dedicated to the American artist Emlen Pope Etting and details a musical excerpt from Poulenc's "Gloria." - Harvard Movie Archive
Description: Structured in nine tableaux every a study of a easy action or case involving a lone, naked figure, the blind Eros, searching for fulfilment, for self. The objects he touches - books, paintings - can be seen as icons of the constructive spirit; there is also a motor cycle and movie equipment. In succeeding scenes he appears to test on identities offered by institutional doctrines of religion and social traditions of (overt) masculinity. Much of the movie was constructed in-camera with a tiny amount of editing afterwards. An innovation was the test of in-camera fade-outs as phrase markers, not as terminal points, within a single set-up or shot.
Description: A perfectly satisfied couple trust they live their dream when they expect their first child. That dream is shattered when the kid dies, leaving them to cope with their loss, their environment, and ultimately themselves.
Description: Psyche 1947, made while a student at USC, shows Markopoulos’ developing style and his sensuous test of colour and composition. Shot in the Hollywood hills, the movie was inspired by an unfinished novella by Pierre Louÿs. - Tate Modern
Description: Greatest buds since childhood, Ben and Matt have grown apart with age. Even when Ben is diagnosed with diabetes, Matt struggles to help his mate like he should. Then, while vacationing at the lake, Matt is awakened by screams and groans coming from Ben's bedroom. The case is desperate: Ben is convulsing, shaking and gagging. He's gone into a diabetic seizure and with no smartphone or hospital nearby, Matt's only hope of saving his mate is making the swim to the closest inhabited house--on the another side of the lake.
Description: Marieke, a 27-year-old Dutch woman, works for an advertising agency in Fresh York. She feels lonely in ‘the town that never sleeps’. Her boyfriend Dylan is the only one who can comfort her, although he only drops by occasionally. When she visits the verdant and quiet Long Island on an outing with colleagues, the introverted girl finally blooms. Especially when she is introduced to George. Right at that moment, Dylan asks Marieke to allow him go. Subtle drama about loneliness, mourning and starting anew.
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I saw this in the Cannes store two weeks ago and it has lingered in my mind as one of the better offerings at the festival as a whole. It appears at first to be a gritty piece of social realism in the manner of Ken Loach but gradually evolves, adding touches of humour and wistful fantasy as the protagonists break out of their urban environment and settle into a road-movie routine. A late plot development introduces a blast of harsh reality and paves the method to a bitter-sweet conclusion. Polina Pushkaruk is perfect as Anya, the young girl determined to place her past behind her, and Vika Lobacheva utterly charming as the 13-year-old who plays on her heart-strings. This is accomplished filmmaking, and Ilmar Raag is clearly not a newcomer on the scene. He does not appear to have established himself as a name in the West, but hopefully I Won't Come Back is a first step towards changing that.
The Eastern European film Ya ne vernus (2014) was shown in the U.S. with the game "I Won't Come Back." It was directed by Ilmar Raag. I told the film was "Eastern European" because the language is Russian, the director is Estonian, and the movie contains scenes set in St. Petersburg, and--at least in the script--in Kazakhstan. (I wouldn't recognize any of the geographic territories anyway. Sometimes one of the protagonists--Anya--doesn't know exactly where she is either.)Watching this movie is a special experience. It never telegraphs where it's going next, and, usually, it goes in a direction that you don't expect.This film is really difficult to review without giving the plot away. We learn right in the beginning that Anya (played by Polina Pushkaruk) was raised in a orphanage. (We're never said about the conditions in the orphanage.) We first meet Anya when she's receiving a gold medal at graduation. In the next scene, Anya is a graduate student, giving a lecture. Her supervisor arrives after class, and we learn that she and he are lovers, although he's married, and has a child. Still within the first 15 mins of the movie, Anya is on the run, pretending to be much younger than she is so that she can stay at a shelter for homeless youth. It's there that she meets young Kristina--played superbly by Vika Lobachova--and that's where the storyline really begins.It would have been relatively simple to swing into a traditional road/buddy film style at this point, and that might have turned into an interesting film. That's not what happens in this movie. Test to see this film so that you can learn where director Raag goes with it. It's not an simple ride, but it's an interesting one. We saw this movie in the unbelievable Dryden Theatre at George Eastman House in Rochester, NY. If you're lucky, you'll search the film at a similarly perfect venue. If not, it will work almost as well on the tiny screen.
The another CINEFEST 2014 movie I want to discuss here is named "I won't come back" (original Russian game "Я Не Вернюсь") a wonderful tiny masterpiece in the form of a street movie, but that's not what it's really about. What this wonderful movie from Estonian helmer Ilmar Raag (46) is now about is How Deadly it is in this cruel Globe to have Nobody who Loves you ~~ Lack of love can kill! -- and when it's too Late to repent ... It's just too damn late!The first thing about this movie is that although co-produced by Estonia Finland Kazakhstan and Byeloruss, and directed by an Estonian, there is nothing particularly Estonian about it except perhaps the overall sensitivity. The language is Russian and the setting is a huge city, unidentified, possibly Minsk, and soon the streets to Kazakhstan. The central drama is the relationship between two young female runaways, Anja, a university grad student (Polina Pushkaruk, 23, pretty and excellent in the role) and feisty 13 year old orphan, Kristina, played by pudgy Vika Lubacheva in an amazing, unforgettable, juvenile performance so true it doesn't look like acting at all. The direction and the acting of the two women -- their nasty conflicts and growing affection -- is exquisitely realized in an exciting street film that turns into a tear jerker in the greatest sense of that term -- in another words a tragedy of classic Grecian proportions with a cathartic conclusion that left me stunned in my seat for ten mins after the projection was over wiping away a flood of unexpected tears. The game of the movie comes from Anja's final realization that the married professor she was having sex with and is so hung up on only sees her as a plaything -- partly at least because of the true love emanating from desperately unloved orphan Kristina -- and sends him a text message with the words "Ya Ne Vernus".(Awkward transliteration of the original Russian title)This is a nice movie which I hope will be Seen everywhere. It came to Miskolc from Tribeca in Fresh York and could be an entry in the next Oscar foreign Language genre if they can figure out what country it could be entered under. (Byeloruss, Russian, Kazakhstan??) -- My feeling is that If it makes it to the Oscars "Ya Ne Vernus" will be a surprise winner. It is already atop my own Greatest Ten List for 2014. The question actually is, will the Cinefest jury here also give it the recognition it deserves, or pass it up in favor of some highly questionable entry as was the situation last when a total Turkey from Germany was declared Greatest film. (It lost out to other perfect film, "Class Enemy", but class is class, and both movies were equally classy and equally deserving)
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