Tito is trapped. With lank black hair, curlicue sideburns, and an emergency whistle dangling from his neck, he is so stricken with fear that he’s developed a hunch in his back. Any attempt to venture into the outside world is met with the threat of elusive predators who hunt him relentlessly.
In the wake of a traumatic incident, Olive and Jonny must grapple with what they have done and what they have lost.
With The Announcement, Zack Bernbaum offers a suspense that holds the spectator at the end of its chair.
Katie Arneson (Kacey Rohl) is faking cancer. A university dance major, Katie’s falsified diagnosis and counterfeit fundraising have transformed her into a campus celebrity surrounded by the supportive community she’s always dreamed of: a close-knit group of friends, security in her academic pursuits, and a caring relationship with her girlfriend (Amber Anderson).
The core of the film is the friendship between King-Lu and Cookie (John Magaro), who meet in the forest while the latter is running with a group of fur trappers on the verge of cashing in their pelts. Recognizing that King-Lu is a man on the run, Cookie—whose quiet, wary bearing marks him as an outsider—gives him shelter.
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Sometimes it happens by chance. Like my “meeting” with the works of Ben Brand. But first of all, who is Brand? In 2010, he graduated from the Dutch Film Academy in Amsterdam as a director. His very first publicity for the Young Director Award festival in Cannes has won several…
Insurance detective Max is investigating the disappearance of Arthur. The assignment takes him on a long and mysterious journey into the clandestine Hotel Aurora. A unique secretive facility that specializes in elaborate assisted suicide fantasies. While in the midst of an existential crisis, Max starts to question his own perception of reality – Is death the only way out of the hotel?
Paul Verhoeven’s Showgirls (1995) was met by critics and audiences with near universal derision. You Don’t Nomi traces the film’s redemptive journey from notorious flop to cult classic, and maybe even masterpiece.