Angel Express (1999)
Angel Express is a German film made in 1999, written and directed by Rolf Peter Kahl.
The Battle of Canudos (1997)
War begins in Brazil, as a religious leader (Jos Wilker) guides countrymen against oppressive rule in the late 1890s.
Hotel Haywire (1937)
Hotel Haywire is a 1937 comedy film written by Preston Sturges with uncredited rewrites by Lillie Hayward. It was directed by George Archainbaud and stars Leo Carrillo, Lynne Overman, Spring Byington, Benny Baker and Colette Lyons.
Undercover Doctor (1939)
Undercover Doctor is a 1939 American crime film directed by Louis King and written by William R. Lipman and Horace McCoy. The film stars Lloyd Nolan, Janice Logan, J. Carrol Naish, Heather Angel, Broderick Crawford and Robert Wilcox. The film was released on June 9, 1939, by Paramount Pictures.
Suite Armoricaine (2015)
At Rennes University, the lives of Franoise, an art historian, and Yoan, a geography student, cross paths. While running away from their respective ghosts, they both choose to ignore their common past.
Campus Confessions (1938)
Campus Confessions is a 1938 American film directed by George Archainbaud, featuring Betty Grable in her first starring role, and American basketball player Hank Luisetti in his only film appearance.
Stratosphere Girl (2004)
Stratosphere Girl (also known as The Stratosphere Girl in the USA) is a 2004 film from Germany written and directed by Matthias X. Oberg. The film is about a German teenager who travels to Japan to work at an exclusive club for rich businessmen.
Waiting for Butterflies (2015)
A grandmother's final wish is to see her family, left estranged and distant by tragedy, reunited and healed during her final days.
Reassemblage: From the Firelight to the Screen (1983)
The oral foundations of African aesthetics.
Island City (1994)
Island City is a science fiction television pilot movie that was aired by Prime Time Entertainment Network in 1994. The film was produced by Lee Rich Productions in association with Lorimar Television. It is the last TV film to be produced by Lorimar after the company shut down in 1993.
Girl of the Ozarks (1936)
Girl of the Ozarks is a 1936 American drama film directed by William Shea and written by Stuart Anthony, Maurine Babb, John Bright, Michael L. Simmons and Robert Tasker. The film stars Virginia Weidler, Henrietta Crosman, Leif Erickson, Elizabeth Russell, Russell Simpson and Janet Young. The film was released on June 12, 1936, by Paramount Pictures.
The Art Star And The Sudanese Twins (2009)
Controversial conceptual artist Vanessa Beecroft fights the governement to become the first foreigner in history to legally adopt a pair of Sudanese twins.
Somewhere In The City (1998)
Somewhere in the City is a 1998 American indie comedy-drama film written and directed by Ramin Niami.
A slimy TV host (Matthew Rhys) who makes a living by embarrassing celebrities is tricked into revealing some dark secrets of his own.
Illegal Traffic (1938)
Illegal Traffic is a 1938 American crime film directed by Louis King and written by Robert Yost, Lewis R. Foster and Stuart Anthony. The film stars J. Carrol Naish, Mary Carlisle, Robert Preston, Judith Barrett, Pierre Watkin, Buster Crabbe and George McKay. The film was released on November 4, 1938, by Paramount Pictures.
A Fine Day (2001)
An aspiring actress spends the evening with a male friend.
The Way of All Flesh (1940)
The Way of All Flesh is a 1940 American drama film directed by Louis King and written by Lenore J. Coffee. The film stars Akim Tamiroff, Gladys George, William "Bill" Henry, Muriel Angelus, Berton Churchill and Roger Imhof. The film was released on July 5, 1940, by Paramount Pictures. It is a remake of the lost 1927 silent film of the same name.
Opened by Mistake (1940)
Opened by Mistake is a 1940 film starring Charlie Ruggles and Janice Logan.
Hot Pepper (1933)
Hot Pepper (1933) is an American Pre-Code comedy film starring Lupe Vélez, Edmund Lowe, and Victor McLaglen, directed by John G. Blystone and released by Fox Film Corporation. The film appeared before the enforcement of the Production Code.
This film is considered an installment in the series of films dating back to the silent film What Price Glory? (1926), starring Lowe and McLaglen in their characters of Sergeant Harry Quirt and Captain Jim Flagg with Dolores Del Rio as the female costar. The pair made a sequel to that film called The Cock-Eyed World (1929), costarring Lili Damita. Two other films followed before Hot Pepper.
They Caught the Ferry (1948)
A propaganda film about fast driving.
Aunt Rose (2005)
Aunt Rose is a 2005 horror film directed by James Tucker.
The Savage Girl (1932)
The Savage Girl is a 1932 American film directed by Harry L. Fraser. A white jungle goddess is protected by a fierce killer gorilla.
The Raven on the Jetty (2015)
During a parental separation, a boy's silent longing has the power to change everything.
Delta Delta Die! (2003)
A collegian (Joe Dain) investigates sexy sorority sisters who kill men and eat their flesh.
Fanny Foley Herself (1931)
Fanny Foley Herself is a 1931 American Pre-Code comedy-drama film shot entirely in Technicolor. The film was the second feature to be filmed using a new Technicolor process which removed grain and resulted in a much improved color. It was released under the title Top of the Bill in Britain.
Billy Mize & the Bakersfield Sound (2014)
Filmmaker William J. Saunders traces the life story of Billy Mize, from his triumphs through his tragedies.
Il Posto (1961)
Il Posto (1961) is an Italian film directed by Ermanno Olmi. An extension of Italian Neorealism, it explores many of the dehumanizing practices of the corporation from the viewpoint of an Italian adolescent. The film, shot in Milan, is in part a satire on Italy's "economic miracle."
Nine Queens (2000)
The story follows two small-time crooks named Marcos and Juan (Ricardo Darin and Gaston Pauls, respectively). They both end up trying to pull the same scheme at the same time at a convenience store. The more experienced Marcos likes what he sees from Juan and decides that they could work together on some small jobs. One day, they get a call from Marcos's sister, Valeria (Leticia Bredice), about aonce-in-a-lifetime opportunity involving a fake set of rare stamps called the Nine Queens. If they find a buyer, they will rake in six figures. However, this scheme isn't going to come together without a few hitches.
Mordy to the Max (2012)
An unathletic high-school science prodigy (Marc Morgan) puts his bright academic future at risk to follow his dream of playing college basketball.
Moga Bunda Disayang Allah (2013)
Karang has to overcome his guilt after his students are killed to help a blind, deaf and mute girl learn to communicate.
Active Shooters (2015)
Four brothers are forced to save a city.
The Devil's Ground (2008)
The Cycle, also known as The Devil's Ground, is a 2009 Canadian/Czech horror film. The movie was filmed during a fifteen-day period.
Daughters of the Sun (2000)
Daughters of the Sun is a 2000 Iranian drama movie written and directed by Maryam Shahriarm with Altinay Ghelich Taghani and Soghra Karimi in the lead. The movie was noted for successfully depicting the hardships faced by women in the rural economic conditions of Iran.
This film focuses on three characters' intersecting story lines in Barcelona, Spain. Jordi (Roger Coma), a stockbroker, commits a major financial error and is forced to invest his grandfather's wealth to rebound. Cristina (Aina Clotet), daughter of the stock firm's boss, hits the clubs for her birthday and loses herself in a haze of booze and drugs, winding up in a bad situation. Jordi's brother Pau (Pau Roca) seeks revenge when he discovers his ex-girlfriend with a Moroccan man.
Isle of Dogs (2011)
A mob boss in London finds out his trophy wife is having an affair, and a deadly game begins when he tracks her lover down.
Armed and Innocent (1994)
Armed and Innocent is an American crime/thriller made-for-TV film, directed by Jack Bender and starring Andrew Starnes, Gerald Mcraney and Kate Jackson. Released in 1994, it was loosely based on actual events.
Live and let Live (2013)
Live and Let Live is a 2013 documentary film by German filmmaker and director Marc Pierschel. The film follows several vegan activists and interviews vegan proponents. The documentary explores the reasons for adopting veganism and how people live according to this lifestyle.
The Empty Beach (1985)
The Empty Beach is a 1985 Australian thriller film starring Bryan Brown as private investigator Cliff Hardy inquires into the disappearance of a beautiful woman's wealthy husband from Bondi Beach. Based on the 1983 novel by Peter Corris of the same name.
During the monsoon season in Singapore, a young girl befriends an ostracized boy and embarks on a quest to protect their fragile world.
The Delightful Forest (1972)
Wu Sung, a master swordsman, is sent into exile and battles thieves.
We Are Young. We Are Strong. (2014)
We Are Young. We Are Strong (German: Wir sind jung. Wir sind stark) is a 2014 German drama film directed by Burhan Qurbani, a fictionalized account of the 1992 xenophobic Rostock-Lichtenhagen riots. It was one of eight films shortlisted by Germany to be their submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards, but it lost out to Labyrinth of Lies.
The Road Home (2010)
Pico grapples with his identity when he escapes from a Himalayan boarding school and searches for a road back to England.
Hinokio: Inter Galactic Love (2005)
Hinokio is a 2005 Japanese science fiction film directed by Takahiko Akiyama and starring Masatoshi Nakamura, Kanata Hongo and Mikako Tabe. Its tagline is "Inter Galactic Love".
Mama Runs Wild (1937)
Mama Runs Wild is a 1937 American comedy film directed by Ralph Staub and written by Gordon Kahn and Hal Yates. The film stars Mary Boland, Ernest Truex, William "Bill" Henry, Lynne Roberts, Max Terhune and Joseph Crehan. The film was released on December 22, 1937, by Republic Pictures.
The Red Raiders (1927)
The Red Raiders is an extant 1927 silent film western directed by Al Rogell and starring Ken Maynard. It was distributed by First National Pictures.
The Silver Trail (1937)
The Silver Trail is a 1937 American film directed by Bernard B. Ray.
The Last Man on The Moon (2016)
When Apollo astronaut Gene Cernan stepped on the moon in December 1972 he left his footprints and his daughter’s initials in the lunar dust. Only now, over forty years later, is he ready to share his epic but deeply personal story of fulfillment, love and loss. Cernan’s burning ambition carried him from a quiet Chicago suburb to the spectacular and hazardous environment of space, and ultimately, to the moon. Five years in the making, The Last Man on the Moon unveils a wealth of rare archive, and takes Cernan back to the launch pads of Cape Kennedy, to Arlington National Cemetery and to his Texas ranch, where he finds respite from a past that refuses to let him go. Sharing home movies, scrapbooks and intimate moments with his closest friends and family, he brings his spine-tingling experiences to the big screen more vividly than any moonwalker has done before.
Love on a Budget (1938)
Love on a Budget is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Herbert I. Leeds and starring Jed Prouty, Shirley Deane and Spring Byington. It was part of Twentieth Century Fox's Jones Family series of films. The Jones' eldest daughter Bonnie and her husband Herbert Thompson have money troubles, which their uncle attempts to help out with.
The film's sets were designed by the art directors Chester Gore and Bernard Herzbrun.
Final Notice (1989)
A private eye (Gil Gerard) protects a librarian (Melody Anderson) while searching the art world for a killer of women.
Party Central (2014)
Mike and Sulley return to Monsters University for a fun-filled weekend with their Oozma Kappa fraternity brothers. The gang is throwing their first party, but no one’s showing up. Luckily for them, Mike and Sulley have come with a plan to make sure “Party Central” is the most epic party the school has ever seen.
At Full Gallop (2000)
A railroad clerk (Aitor Merino) who dreams of being a cowboy gets a chance to play the hero when his employer's shady business dealings come to light.
Blood Stalkers (1976)
Two couples on vacation in the Everglades wind up wishing they had never left.
8 Girls in a Boat (1934)
Eight Girls in a Boat is a 1934 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Richard Wallace and written by Helmut Brandis, Lewis R. Foster and Casey Robinson. It is a remake of the 1932 German film Eight Girls in a Boat, which was also co-written by Brandis.
The film stars Dorothy Wilson, Douglass Montgomery, Kay Johnson, Walter Connolly, Ferike Boros, James Bush and Barbara Barondess. The film was released on January 5, 1934, by Paramount Pictures.
Story of My Death (2013)
Story of My Death (Història de la meva mort) is a film directed by Albert Serra. It won the Golden Leopard at the 2013 Locarno International Film Festival.
Tightly wound Parisian narcotics officer Lucien "Lulu" Marguet (Didier Bezace) teeters on the brink of job-related burnout despite his desire to wipe out the city's drug dealers. His bureaucracy-minded boss (Jean-Paul Comart) focuses more on paperwork -- including the form coded L.627 -- than on infiltrating the major suppliers. Female undercover officer Marie (Charlotte Kady) and HIV-positive streetwalker Cecile (Lara Guirao) help Lulu's attempts to fight the dealers on their own turf.
Nodame Cantabile: The Movie I (2009)
A musical genius and a pianist team up with young classical musicians and a famous conductor to create unique music.
Buckaroo Sheriff of Texas (1951)
Buckaroo Sheriff of Texas is a 1951 American western film directed by Philip Ford and starring Michael Chapin, Eilene Janssen, and James Bell.
The film's sets were designed by art director Frank Arrigo.
The Phoenix and the Magic Carpet (1995)
Three children discover a mysterious egg that hatches a phoenix, which takes them to a fantasy world.
Filmmaker Carole Laganière explores the various forms of absence and its impact on people's lives.
The Forger (2014)
The Forger is a 2014 American crime thriller film directed by Philip Martin and starring John Travolta. It started filming in October 2013. It was released to theaters on April 24, 2015.
Grave robbing, torture, possessed nuns, and a satanic Sabbath: Benjamin Christensen’s legendary silent film uses a series of dramatic vignettes to explore the scientific hypothesis that the witches of the Middle Ages and early modern era suffered from the same ills as psychiatric patients diagnosed with hysteria in the film's own time. Far from a dry dissertation on the topic, the film itself is a witches’ brew of the scary, the gross, and the darkly humorous. Christensen’s mix-and-match approach to genre anticipates gothic horror, documentary re-creation, and the essay film, making for an experience unlike anything else in the history of cinema.
Western Pacific Agent (1950)
Western Pacific Agent is a 1950 Sigmund Neufeld Productions crime drama starring Kent Taylor, Sheila Ryan, and Mickey Knox. The picture was directed by Sam Newfield and written by Fred Myton based on a story by Milton Raison. It was released in West Germany as Jack der Killer.
When released in 2008 on DVD, the New York Times called it a "terse crime film".
Wedding in Bessarabia (2010)
Wedding in Bessarabia (Romanian: Nuntă în Basarabia) is a comedy made in 2009 by director Napoleon Helmis. It is a co-production that includes Romania, Moldova, and Luxembourg.
Brothers of the Black List (2014)
The longest litigated civil rights case in American history starts after police use a list of black college students to search for a criminal.
Through the Air (2015)
Through the Air (French title: La résistance de l'air) is a 2015 French-Belgian drama film directed by Fred Grivois. The film concerns an air rifle champion who becomes embroiled in a dangerous plot after accepting a well-paid job offer. The film stars Reda Kateb and Ludivine Sagnier.
The Sterling Chase (2001)
The Sterling Chase, also known as Graduation Week, is a drama film written and directed by Tanya Fenmore and starring Nicholle Tom, Jack Noseworthy, Devon Odessa, Sean Patrick Thomas, Alanna Ubach and John Livingston. The independent film was screened at the Mill Valley Film Festival on September 17, 1999 (see 1999 in film). Screen story was written by Jeremy Dauber, currently an assistant professor at Columbia University. Filming took place on the campuses of Bryn Mawr College and Rosemont College, namely in the Main Building, or Joseph Sinnott Mansion.
Aningaaq, an Inuit fisherman, has a conversation with a dying astronaut who is stranded in space.
Conrad Brooks vs. the Werewolf (1994)
Conrad has to stop a werewolf (Rocky Nelson) before it kills him.
Blue & Malone, detectives imaginarios (2013)
A little girl hires imaginary detectives to find out why her brother won't play with her.
Barnie et ses petites contrariétés (2001)
After finding out about each other, a married man's (Fabrice Luchini) male and female (Marie Gillain) lovers pose as a couple and visit him at home.
After her failed suicide attempt, Sara Wexler finds herself trapped in a hospital where the restless soul of a serial-killer is roaming the halls and slaughtering the staff. Out of the frying pan and into the fire.
Xixiang ji (1927)
Romance of the Western Chamber, also known as Way Down West, is a 1927 silent Chinese film drama directed by Hou Yao.
The Low Life (1996)
The Low Life is a 1995 American film starring Rory Cochrane and directed and co-written by George Hickenlooper.
Kentucky Jubilee (1951)
Kentucky Jubilee is a 1951 American musical-comedy film directed by Ron Ormond for Lippert Pictures.
Sector 4: Extraction (2014)
When an elite band of private military mercenaries known as Black Knight are caught behind enemy lines in the hellish combat zone Sector 4, their only hope for survival is their team leader, who managed to get away. But after escaping the clutches of Al-Qaeda, returning home and finding out that his men are still alive, he pledges to uphold the Black Knight motto: "No One Left Behind."
Return of the Killer Shrews (2012)
Capt. Thorne Sherman is hired by a reality TV crew to return to an island, and there he discovers that deadly creatures have thrived under the care of a mad doctor.
Falastine Stereo (2014)
Palestine Stereo is a 2013 Palestinian drama film written and directed by Rashid Masharawi. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival.
To Paris With Love (1955)
Alec Guinness plays Sir Edgar Fraser, a widowed Scottish aristocrat who decides that it is time to introduce his 20-year-old son to the opposite sex. This, he decides, must be done in Paris, the most romantic city in the world. So off they go, and Sir Edgar is determined to find a beautiful, spirited girl for his son. This he does, but complications arise when he finds himself falling for her. Matters become even more tangled when his son falls in love with the woman he has found for his father.
The Heart Specialist (2006)
THE HEART SPECIALIST is a romantic comedy about the personal lives of two young physicians, one of whom is also an amateur stand-up comedian. The story takes place at a teaching hospital in South Florida, where a graduate of Harvard Medical School arrives for his internship. We soon learn he is a hardened womanizer, but when the Chief Resident discovers he has actually come to recapture the girl that got away, he bets his girlfriend that he can not only teach him about medicine but about true love.
Rhymes For Young Ghouls (2013)
Rhymes for Young Ghouls is a 2013 Canadian drama film and the feature film debut of writer-director Jeff Barnaby. It is set in 1976 on an Indian reserve in the context of the residential school system. Although it tells the fictional story of a teenager named Aila and her plot for revenge, it is based on the history of abuse of the First Nations people by government agents, including a large number of reported cases of the mental and physical abuse of residential school children. It is presented from the perspective of teenage girl.
Samayou kemono (2013)
Kiyomi, a mysterious woman from a big city, cares for an old village woman. Kiyomi secretly enjoys the attentions of several men until a sinister man from the city arrives to find her.
The Trojan Horse (1961)
The Trojan Horse (Italian: La guerra di troia) is a 1961 film set in the tenth and final year of the Trojan War. The film focuses primarily on the exploits of the Trojan hero Aeneas during this time. The film was directed by Giorgio Ferroni and stars Steve Reeves as Aeneas and John Drew Barrymore as Odysseus.
In 2004 it was restored and shown as part of the retrospective "Storia Segreta del Cinema Italiano: Italian Kings of the Bs" at the 61st Venice International Film Festival.
I'm Staying! (2003)
I'm Staying! (French: Je reste!) is a 2003 French comedy film directed by Diane Kurys.
Carry On Abroad (1972)
A package holiday abroad turns into an hilarious adventure in the hands of the Carry On crew. On the island of Elsbels, their stay at the Palace Hotel is disrupted by bad plumbing, a restaurant filled with mosquitoes and a dawn chorus of cement mixers. This is on top of the inter- and extra-marital complications and misunderstandings. Will all be well, or will all be hell? Innuendos and gags abound in this classic British romp
My Prairie Home (2013)
My Prairie Home is a 2013 Canadian documentary film about transgender singer/songwriter Rae Spoon, directed by Chelsea McMullan. It features musical performances and interviews about Spoon’s troubled childhood, raised by Pentecostal parents obsessed with the Rapture and an abusive father, as well as Spoon's past experiences with gender confusion. The film was shot in the Canadian Prairies, including the Royal Tyrrell Museum of Palaeontology in Drumheller. My Prairie Home was produced by Lea Marin for the National Film Board of Canada (NFB).
McMullan has said she first found out about Spoon around 2007, when she was making a western-themed NFB film set in the B.C. Interior. She was searching for "subversive" country-folk soundtrack music when someone suggested Spoon. According to Spoon, the idea for the documentary came out of a discussion with McMullan in 2010 about the musician’s perceived lack of marketability, a criticism Spoon sometimes receives when applying for music video funding.
Spoon has stated that it had initially been difficult for to open up so much about personal details, so McMullan suggested writing it down before they talked. Spoon did so, and ended up writing the book First Spring Grass Fire, which was published in the fall of 2012. The book was a nominee for the 2013 Lambda Literary Awards in the Transgender Fiction category, and Spoon was awarded an Honour of Distinction from the Dayne Ogilvie Prize for LGBT writers in 2014.
A Christmas Tail (1999)
A pet-loving boy is accidentally transformed into a dog after he makes a wish on the fabled Christmas star.
Arsho (2014) is an Indian Punjabi language romance film directed by Shapinder Pal Singh and produced by Dakssh Ajit Singh. The film released 13 June 2014, and cast includes Mannat Singh, Dakssh Ajit Singh, Sonia Gill, Shakti Anand, and Komal, and was shot in Chandigarh and surrounding areas.
All Inclusive (2017)
A vacationing businessman (Jesús Ochoa) and his family air their dirty laundry as a hurricane bears down on their lavish resort.
Vessel is a 2014 multi-national documentary film written and directed by Diana Whitten as her debut film, focusing on the work of Women on Waves, a Dutch pro-choice organization founded by the Dutch physician Rebecca Gomperts in 1999. The film's world premiere took place at SXSW in Texas on March 9, 2014. The film will be distributed by Filmbuff in early 2015.
Twin Sisters of Kyoto (古都 Koto) is a 1963 Japanese drama film directed by Noboru Nakamura and based on the novel The Old Capital (1962) by the Nobel-winning Japanese writer Yasunari Kawabata. The film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film. The film was remade in 1980 under the same title, Koto, directed by Kon Ichikawa and starring Momoe Yamaguchi and Tomokazu Miura.
Six Sex Scenes and a Murder (2008)
Flashbacks reveal the sordid final hours of a gangster's (Richard Anthony Crenna Jr.) life.
Evil Awakening (2008)
An axe-wielding killer, considered dead and gone, returns to terrorize the small town of Ludlow.
The Silver Whip (1953)
The Silver Whip is a 1953 American Western film directed by Harmon Jones and starring Rory Calhoun, Dale Robertson and Robert Wagner.
Girls! Girls! Girls! (1962)
Girls! Girls! Girls! is a 1962 Golden Globe-nominated American musical comedy film starring Elvis Presley as a penniless Hawaiian fisherman who loves his life on the sea and dreams of owning his own boat. "Return to Sender", which reached #2 on the Billboard pop singles chart, is featured in the movie. The movie opened at #6 on the Variety box office chart and finished the year at #31 on the year-end list of the top-grossing movies of 1962. The movie earned $2.6 million at the box office.
The film was the second of three films Presley shot on location in Hawaii.
Sing Me the Songs That Say I Love You: A Concert for Kate McGarrigle (2013)
Sing Me the Songs That Say I Love You: A Concert for Kate McGarrigle is a 2012 documentary film directed by Lian Lunson. It follows a memorial concert on May 12, 2011 at Town Hall in New York City had been made to pay tribute to musician Kate McGarrigle, who died from sarcoma at the age of 63 in 2010. The concert was headlined by Kate's children Martha and Rufus Wainwright, while also featuring her sisters Jane and Anna McGarrigle, comedian Jimmy Fallon, and musicians Emmylou Harris, Norah Jones, Antony and Teddy Thompson. The compilation album Sing Me the Songs: Celebrating the Works of Kate McGarrigle serves as the film's soundtrack.
Three Miles North Of Molkom (2008)
Three Miles North of Molkom is a 2008 documentary film directed by Corinna Villari-McFarlane and Robert Cannan. It was nominated in the Best British Documentary category for the British Independent Film Awards 2008.
It follows seven participants of the 2007 No Mind Festival at Ängsbacka, a course center located in Molkom, Sweden. This yearly New Age event lasts one or two weeks, has a thousand participants, and is claimed to be the largest alternative festival in Northern Europe.
The activities shown in the film include tree hugging (each one choosing his own tree), firewalking, nude swimming, sweat lodge, hugging, Tantric sex, singing, dancing, talks in "sharing circles". There is also an exercise in defending oneself against a physical attack using psychic energy.
The portrayed participants are:
Siddhartha, a Swedish harbor master, who says he feels like a king in his nice house, but also that he is lonely, and longs for a woman.
Peter, who has come with his two sons; his wife did not come along.
Mervi, an older, female former career counselor from Finland. She suffers from a lack of saliva, but some activities are so exciting that it is produced. In the psychic energy exercise, she is knocked over, and the instructor claims that she failed to defend herself with the energy.
Ljus, an American hippie, and a former goatherd.
Regina Lund, a well-known singer/songwriter; she arrives one day later, because she had to sing at a wedding, and leaves earlier.
Marit, a shy Norwegian woman. On one occasion she reveals her hidden fantasy of being a queen; at her request the others one by one bow to her.
Nick, an Australian rugby coach who explains that he expected a different kind of festival; a female journalist friend suggested he attend while she would be there writing a story about the festival. He is very skeptical at first, describing the festival as a cult, but evolves into an enthusiastic participant. He teaches the group some Australian expressions, pronounced in the Australian way, such as "no worries".
Carts of Darkness (2008)
Carts of Darkness is a 2008 National Film Board of Canada documentary film by Murray Siple about a group of homeless men in the city of North Vancouver, who use shopping carts to collect bottles and cans to return for money and also race down the city's steep slope for thrills.
The subjects in the film control the carts using only their weight and one foot, during descents that cross intersections, with top speeds claimed to be as high as 70 km/h.
Siple, a former director of extreme sports videos and an avid skateboarder and snowboarder, became a quadriplegic after a car accident in 1996. His first film after his accident, Carts of Darkness allowed the filmmaker to regain the excitement he had experienced with extreme sports and to relate to a fellow group of outsiders.
Dylan travels to his home town in Minnesota after a bitter breakup for a family reunion. He runs into Sarah, his childhood sweetheart, and the unexpected reunion sparks a forgotten intimacy.
The Rise and Fall of El Chapo (2016)
How Joaquin Guzman went from being a poor orange seller with a third-grade education to the head of an international drug cartel worth billions of dollars.
Once Upon a Time (1944)
Once Upon a Time is a 1944 fantasy film involving a dancing caterpillar who lives in a small box. Cary Grant plays a conniving showman who desperately needs money to save his theater.