The drama recounts the life and career of unparalleled three sisters Fountain. Micol is just a dressmaker with 500 pounds in his pocket when she arrives in Rome with her sisters Giovanna and Zoe. The effort of the beginnings is compensated by a passion for fashion that never fails, until the day when the whole world notices them.
The second full-length film of director Dusan Rapos. It was based on Eleonora Gasparova's novel of the same title. The director tells a story about the life and troubles of young people living in the city. The teenagers have to face real life, make their first major decisions, and learn that romance sometimes brings disappointment. The original Slovak music composed for the film by Vaso Patejdl contributed greatly to the film's atmosphere. It helped to make The Fountain for Suzanne a legendary picture of Slovak cinematography at the time.
A chronicle of the 1969 bombing at a major national bank in Milan and its aftermath.
After fishing out coins from a water fountain in Italy, cynical New Yorker Beth Harper finds herself being wooed by several ardent suitors. As she deals with the attention, Beth tries to figure out whether a charming reporter really loves her.
Spanning over one thousand years, and three parallel stories, The Fountain is a story of love, death, spirituality, and the fragility of our existence in this world.
American girls dream of finding romance in Rome, but there is none for secretaries, Anita tells her replacement at the USDA. But Maria soon meets Prince Dino de Cessi at a party at her boss's home who invites her to fly to Venice in his private plane. Frances, who has been in Rome for 15 years as the secretary of a successful American writer who talks a lot like George Bernard Shaw and is just as elusive as Professor Henry Higgins in "My Fair Lady," tells her at first to say "no" and then decides that together they can handle the man nicknamed the predatory prince. Coins tossed in the Trevi Fountain can indeed work magic.
A mature man Sergey Dolganov is jack-of-all-trades, a man of generous nature and open heart, but at first sight looks like a looser. He has neither money, nor family, no constant job. He wanders about cities in search of a sole and unique girl, whom he would marry, make a family with, but in vain. And in all his free-will wanderings everywhere his fate casts him, he builds fountains not for money, but to bring people happiness. Once he happens to visit a steppe collective farm, where he is trying to build a fountain and where he meets the sole and unique. But a girl already has a boy-friend, and he has to do his best to conquer her love.
Devout Christians Töre and Märeta send their only daughter, the virginal Karin, and their foster daughter, the unrepentant Ingeri, to deliver candles to a distant church. On their way through the woods, the girls encounter a group of savage goat herders who brutally rape and murder Karin as Ingeri remains hidden. When the killers unwittingly seek refuge in the farmhouse of Töre and Märeta, Töre plots a fitting revenge.