A dysfunctional family is drawn into a bizarre, hellish place after a life-changing decision is made.
WEC 25: McCullough vs. Cope was the first mixed martial arts event held by the World Extreme Cagefighting under Zuffa management. The event was held on January 20, 2007. WEC 25's main event was a championship fight for the vacant WEC Lightweight Title, between rivals Rob McCullough and Kit Cope. The co-main event was a WEC Featherweight Title bout between champion, Urijah Faber and challenger Joe Pearson.
After weeks of traveling through Europe, the immature William finds himself in Copenhagen, the place of his father’s birth. He befriends the youthful Effy, who works in William’s hotel as part of an internship program, and they set off to find William’s last living relative. Effy’s mix of youthful exuberance and wisdom challenges William unlike any woman ever has. As the attraction builds, he must come to grips with destabilizing elements of his family’s sordid past.
No one knows for sure what transpired when German physicist Werner Heisenberg met with his Jewish Danish counterpart, Niels Bohr, in Copenhagen -- the event became the stuff of modern scientific mythology. Director Howard Davies puts his spin on the momentous meeting that occurred one night in September 1941, during which the longtime friends entered into a dangerous discussion about physics and politics.
An old MGM Fitzpatrick Traveltalks classic about Copenhagen.
Poland's submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 1973
Two American soldiers fresh from the Vietnam War are haunted by the atrocities that they witnessed and committed while on a vacation in Copenhagen, Denmark.
1949 Danish short
Recorded Live On July 27, 2009 Copenhagen, Denmark. 1. The Ecstasy Of Gold 2. That Was Just Your Life 3. The End Of The Line 4. Ride The Lightning 5. The Memory Remains 6. One 7. Broken, Beat And Scarred 8. Leper Messiah 9. Sad But True 10. No Leaf Clover 11. Suicide and Redemption 12. The Day That Never Comes 13. Master Of Puppets 14. Dyers Eve 15. Nothing Else Matters 16. Enter Sandman 17. Last Cares 18. Phantom Lord 19. Seek and Destroy DVD 2 1. My Apocalypse (from Thursday July 23, 2009) 2. Disposable Heroes (from Tuesday July 28, 2009) 3. The Judas Kiss (from Wednesday July 22, 2009) 4. All Nightmare Long (from Monday July 20, 2009) 5. The Ecstasy Of Gold (from Tuesday July 28,2009) 6. Trapped Under Ice (from Wednesday July 22, 2009) BONUS FOOTAGE - Tuning Room - Band Rehearsal - Behind The Scenes
This travelogue emphasizes Copenhagen's harmonious residents and tone. It's a city where many bicycle to work. We see well-known landmarks and get a quick history of some of them, we visit the fish market and note the women's traditional dress, we learn of the city's name (merchants' harbor) and the importance of Bishop Absalon and King Christian IV, we celebrate the bravery of the palace guard during the Nazi invasion, and conclude with a day and night visit to Tivoli Gardens, where the reputedly dour Danes actually have fun.
Autumn, somewhere in Copenhagen: a pair of students, Emil and Victoria, can’t make their relationship work but can’t quite break up either. Philippe, who has just lost his job as a professor in a film school, followed by his apartment, can’t cope with the way his affair with a young literature student ended and now he’s crashing with some of his old students, including Emil. Naturally, he soon meets Victoria.
Tracklisting: 1. Special 2. Circuitry Of The Wolf 3. Chinaberry Tree 4. Am I Wry? No 5. 156 6. White Lips Kissed 7. Bo Intermezzo 8. She Came Home For Christmas 9. Apocalypso 10. Saviours Of The Jazz Ballet 11. Medley 12. Snow Brigade 13. The Zookeeper's Boy 14. Louise Louisa 15. She Spider 16. Comforting Sounds Plus The Making of Mew and The Glass Handed Kites
After a decade performing in and recording with the top hot jazz bands of New Orleans, Chicago and New York, legendary trumpeter and vocalist Louis Armstrong moved to Los Angeles in 1930, and then toured Europe. Armstrong's work in this period remains a foundation stone in all of jazz history. These three numbers were filmed in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1934.
Location: The Central Copenhagen Statistics Office "From the information in your database, can you then for certain say that Copenhagen exists for real? Can you from the information in your database say for sure that the data could not be from another city? Wonderful, wonderful Copenhagen!"
A darkly comic drama about two young women, as one of them starts to spiral out of control. Aisling used to getting her own way and Danielle, never one to hog the spotlight, is only too happy to go along with it. But things are changing. Reality is about to hit them, and hit them hard
An early morning in October, 15 people are taken hostage from a subway train. This puts a huge hostage crisis in motion, and it changes Denmark forever.
Within the DGSE (General Directorate for External Security), a department called the Office Of Legends (BDL) forms and remote pilot the most important agents of the French intelligence services: Clandestine. Immersion in hostile country, their mission is to identify individuals who may be recruited as sources of information. Operating "under caption", that is to say in a fabricated identity from scratch, they live for many years in a permanent duplicity. Our hero just returned from a clandestine mission six years in Damascus. But contrary to what is required by safety rules, he does not abandon his legend and the identity under which he lived in Syria, thus putting in danger the whole system.