Social drama about a young man who needs to choose beyween his leftist ideals or a life of wealth with his rich father.
In 1943, group of Croatian soldiers overtake a strategically important point in western Bosnia with a goal to destroy a group of communist partisans. On the way they met some supernatural phenomena, and the action itself went very badly because the partisans ambushed them. The main character Martin inherits silver cigarette case from a dying soldier. This act connects to the story in 1993 when we meet Martins grandson Tomo. He is one of six soldiers of the Croatian army who have come to the same place in Bosnia to meet the same phenomena and similar fate.
A dog saves the life of a vivisectionist's son.
An interview with a WWII Red Cross official who wrote a glowing report on a Jewish ghetto-cum-death camp.
When her visa expires, a young Japanese immigrant in San Francisco agrees to marry a Japanese-American boy to avoid being deported back to Japan.
An assistant district attorney tries to stop his girlfriend's father from being swindled out of his money by a crooked lawyer in a racetrack scam.
The war between mankind and intelligent machines has begun - and the machines are winning. Tomasz is a deserter who tries to hide as far away from the battle as possible. In the vast emptiness of northern Scandinavia he meets Lilja, the last survivor of a resistance group, who is determined to fight the superior machines. A scheme that unavoidably collides with Tomasz's plan of lying low and surviving. With every minute that passes the machines get closer, searching for the last remains of the human race. And the enemy doesn't just shoot on sight - their perfect sensors are programmed to recognize human voice patterns. So if you speak or even whisper - you die.
Fagbug Films presents, 'Living Proof.' Twelve urban GLBT youth from Baltimore, Maryland come together to write & perform a play based on their real life stories with the theme being to outlast storm or danger in order to discover truth. Directors Kalima Young & Erin Davies base the 6-month improvisation writing sessions on the Hero's Journey, teaching each young person to see themselves as the hero in their own lives. Together they come across allies, mentors, tricksters, shapeshifters, shadows, and ultimately reach a higher self.
An abbey owes its soul to monks living there. They are the 'living stones' of it. The choices made in the construction of the new abbey of Saint Sixtus of Westvleteren turned to be the expression of spirituality of the Cistercian monks and an invitation to inject new life into the monastic spirit.
The most dangerous drug lord in Peru must face his ultimate fear: moving out of his mother's house.
The dramatic story of a normal, intelligent man of good principles driven to contemplate thoughts of murder.
This beautiful, unsettling experimental documentary is a meditation on Australian suburbia and notions of home.
This vibrant film was shown as part of the Lancashire town's celebrations of Edward VII's coronation. People wave, cheer and laugh at the camera as a tram worker playfully tries to clear them out of the way by spraying them with water. As the camera pans to follow the tram disappearing down the hill, it passes over women in shawls, men smoking, and a little girl in a bonnet being held aloft.
"Assisted Living" chronicles a day in the life of Todd, a janitor who spends his days smoking pot and interacting with the residents for his own entertainment. Todd's detachment from his surroundings is compromised only by his unlikely friendship with Mrs. Pearlman, a resident who begins to confuse him with her son. On this particular day, Todd must choose whether or not to play the part. "Assisted Living" is shot and staged in a real nursing home and gains much of its unique effect and style from the participation of actual residents and staff members. During much of the film, it is impossible to distinguish between what is real and what is fiction.
As a revolution ignites in the Himalayan Kingdom of Nepal, the hidden lives of three young girls who are worshipped as gods unfolds. Their magical world of secret Tantric rituals, blood sacrifice and childish mischief is changed forever as the violence closes in.
Howard, a shy morgue worker, falls in love with a girl who ends up in the morgue, but he doesn't let that stop him. Howard has a secret - he is in love with Christine. There's only one problem, Christine is DEAD! A grave was no place for Christine, the only place for her was at Howard's side. At last she was his, his to dress, his to feed and to care for.
A woman in her forties shares an apartment with her mother. This suffocating relationship doesn't allow her to grow up and become a whole person. A flirt with another woman forces her, for the first time, to face her mother and her life.
In this documentary, Argentinians dance to their favourite hits.
When she was 16, Benning stopped going to high school for three weeks and stayed inside with her camera, her TV set, and a pile of dirty laundry. Living Inside mirrors her psyche during this time. With the image breaking up between edits, the rough quality of this early tape captures Benning’s sense of isolation and sadness, her retreat from the world.