The camera sways slightly, setting in a majestic black and white on the intimate stories of a small village bordering the jungle. A mystical and poetic cinematic experience, in which one gladly gets lost in.
Saying No is an early 1980s educational film produced by Crommie & Crommie that, true to the title, presents a process for young women to successfully decline advances from the opposite sex.
A mother and son argue over sandwiches, mouth organs and forgiveness in this quintessentially British, black comedy.
Sweet, chubby, theatrical Billy was never cut out to be a farmer or a rugby player, but as the only son of a ‘good kiwi bloke’ he’s obliged to try. The cows are stubborn and the chores gruelling but Billy finds escape in a fantasy world playing Lana, heroine of his favourite TV show Adventures in Space. Not everyone approves of Billy's transformation. On the brink of adolescene, he discovers growing up is more complicated than he could ever have imagined.
Seven stories about personal loss, wishes and dreaming.
All We Are Saying is a personal look at what makes musicians tick -- a look into the psyches of some of the top musical artists of the day. Through a series of intimate conversations, over fifty musical legends, hot new artists and music industry insiders reveal what inspires them, their personal struggles of balancing relationships and family while working on the road and the state of the music business in the 21st Century. Presented as an ongoing, casual conversation, the film offers artists' candid and personal thoughts.
PBS Documentary from the "American Masters" Series. Story of Jack Paar -- host of the NBC Tonight show from 1957 to 1962.
The former Liverpool Comedian of the Year Winner and English Comedian of the Year Finalist, Rowe, delivers a ferociously funny debut hour, covering subjects such as slave labour, (non)healthy living & a hangover induced argument in a bakery.
This inspirational documentary follows four deaf entertainers: a comic, drummer, actor and a singer as they attempt to cross over to mainstream audiences. These uniquely talented entertainers overcome great challenges to celebrate success.
This is a story of how the lips of America became sealed. How we stood by and let our minds be censored. How countless lives were lost in the name of comfort and correctness. This is how we killed fourteen people in San Bernardino, CA on December 2nd, 2015 without saying a single word.
Georgie Soloway, a pop hit love song writer who cannot love, himself, or others. He spends his days with various women flying his plane, and dropping in to the world around him.
This 56-minute documentary on America's most controversial and unique composer manages to cover a great many aspects of Cage's work and thought. His love for mushrooms, his Zen beliefs and use of the I Ching, and basic bio details are all explained intelligently and dynamically. Black Mountain, Buckminster Fuller, Rauschenberg, Duchamp are mentioned. Yoko Ono, John Rockwell, Laurie Anderson, Richard Kostelanetz make appearances. Fascinating performance sequences include Margaret Leng-Tan performing on prepared piano, Merce Cunningham and company, and performances of Credo In Us, Water Music, and Third Construction. Demystifies the man who made music from silence, from all sounds, from life.
Did you know that during conversation, 60 to 90 percent of all communication is done through body language? Former counterintelligence operative Van Ritch understands this from professional experience, and in this revealing video production from Paladin Press, he will show you how to better understand what people are saying to you with their behavior to get to this unspoken truth.
The film prendas — ngangas — enquisos — machines addresses the question of how we can reconnect the more-than-human with the historical, specifically the post colonial space, without deepening violations already inflicted on both humans and nonhumans?
Higashigaito Yutaka is transferred to the Bangkok branch of Eastern Airlines. In three months, he will marry Michiko, a relative of the airline's founder, and though he doesn't love her, he knows he could be CEO one day if they wed. In Thailand, Yutaka meets Touko at a bar and is instantly drawn to her. His relationship with her only intensifies as the wedding date approaches. Eventually, he decides to break up with her and calls Michiko in front of her. Touko is disappointed, and the next day she leaves for New York. Yutaka and Michiko reunite in Thailand and proceed with their wedding. Twenty-five years later, Yutaka and Michiko are married with two sons. But Yutaka still harbors memories of Touko in his heart. Yutaka visits Bangkok on business and goes to the Oriental Hotel where he had stayed with Touko-and finds she is now in charge of VIP guests there. They realize their love for each other remains, but reality pulls them apart once again.
Summer has arrived again. Tatsuya who's seriously committed to baseball since Kazuya's accident death comes to the district qualifying tournament.
Kaoru is an office lady you can find anywhere, serious and works diligently, but her husband is a super otaku and more-or-less a NEET. She is caught up in one of her husband's whims one day or the subject of his concerns another, but the two are so close that it's embarrassing to even watch them!
It's a story about a slum girl (Noori) and the harsh reality of society . Noori has a dream to live a respectable life but faces too many hurdles to find that living standard. Other character is Bhola who is an autistic adult and only son of a rich widow . Bhola's mother is worried about her autistic son . Noori's awkward situation forced her to marry bhola and she accepts him as husband to live a respectful life.