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The film follows Estera (Bianca Valea), a middle class Jewish girl in modern-day Bucharest, who's at a crossroads, forced to choose between pursuing a job in Atlanta working for a nouveau riche business thug, or joining her mother in Israel. The pregnant Estera -- trying hard to work out some sort of future with her boyfriend, Vlad (Robi Ers) - has only one hope: a 'friend-interview' with Mike (Ovidiu Niculescu), a Romanian-American businessman, who may or may not have a job offer.
A surreal thriller that follows Paul, a troubled young man who lives in a rural house with his pregnant girlfriend Claire. Paul's world is turned upside down one night when Claire's sinister, predatory mother, Agnes arrives at their house to visit. Paul is instinctively afraid of this witch-like woman who seems to know all of his darkest secrets and fears.
A fascinating combination of a classic, indie love story and an exploration of faith and fanaticism, set amidst the gritty urban world of lowrider culture.
Based on the best-selling memoirs of Jennifer Worth, Call the Midwife is a moving, intimate, funny and, above all, true-to-life look at the colorful stories of midwifery and families in East London in the 1950s. Don't miss the chance to watch full episodes as they originally aired in the UK.
Based on the wildly popular six-season Danish TV show of the same name. Follows two wildly inappropriate friends (played by celebrated comedians Frank Hvam and Caspar Christensen) as they run amok through the Danish countryside plowing through social taboos, unspeakable debaucheries and absurd encounters.
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I'm a huge fan of a handful of Adult Swim shows, but this is one I've yet to see even a single episode of. What better excuse to finally do so than via Warner's fifth DVD collection.
When two friends take a road trip to the desert in search of meteorites they end up with more than they bargained for and something far more valuable. Consequently, they soon learn that what you find in the desert may not be yours. Written, directed and produced by Jeremiah Gurzi and shot on 16mm Eastman Kodak motion picture film stock with anamorphic prime lenses.
In this Hitchcock-esque, white-knuckle thriller, nine strangers are stuck in an elevator on the 49th floor of an upscale Manhattan high-rise ... and one of them has a ticking bomb! But who ... and why? Starring John Getz, Joey Slotnick, and Anita Briem.
The extreme voyeurism of reality television reaches out and tweaks the worst part of our natures. If Bristol Palin left her diary on the table in your kitchen, would you read it? If a Palin reality show was filmed in Alaska and nobody watched would it really be real? These questions and more bedevil me as we journey to the land of the midnight sun where the men are men and apparently the women are too in Bristol Palin: Life's A Tripp.
There was a simpler time. There was a time gone by. Somewhere before the summer of 2008, most of us had blissfully only heard the name of Palin in the context of Michael of Monty Python fame. Now you can try as you might and you cannot avoid the juggernaut media domination that is Palin-nation. Her, him, them - all on TV. Help.
How much do the government and private corporations know about you? How much can they find out? And to what uses will they put this information? These are the questions posed in this chilling documentary that charts the unimaginable limits of the modern information state.
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