Arianne is a divorced mother obsessed with the idea that her ex-husband might take her baby away from her. At a birthday party, a mysterious old woman called Leonor tells Arianne that there... See full summary »
After Sean and his girlfriend watch a Jake Gyllenhaal movie, Sean suspects his girlfriend has a crush on the movie star; but as Sean's suspicion grows, his fear seems to manifest their fateful encounter.
To celebrate Jack London's 100th death anniversary, director Fx Goby adapted his famous novel, "To Build a Fire", tragic tale of a trapper and his dog in the freezing Yukon, into an animated short film.
As a young child our protagonist is left by his mother and has to live with his violent father. He fights his way through adolescence and falls in love with the woman of his dreams and just... See full summary »
Each year 40.000 people from Africa, Asia and Middle East, try to enter Europe. They flee from war, persecution and poverty. Since the ways by land have been interrupted, they board ... See full summary »
This short documentary focuses on a couple who bought a load of old printing blocks which had been used for print advertising of movies over the last century. They restored them and now they hold an one-of-a-kind collection which is valued at millions of dollars. Outside of what I just told you, there is not too much else going on in this film. There is nostalgia and a chance to see cool old blocks and the prints they produce, and there is some value in that but not as much as you might think; because the blocks are reversed images of the print, mostly you are trying to decipher what the block is for rather than appreciate it for its history.
The talking heads don't add much, even if the score tries to suggest that everything said is profound or inciteful. It is short and reasonably okay to watch, but it rides on the music providing a tone that nothing else supports, as well as milking nostalgia for all it is worth.
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