"MN" stands for Marissa Navarro, a character played onscreen by screen legend Carmen Rosales. It tells of a story of Marissa, a strict, heartless, domineering and fiery heiress and daughter of a wealthy landowner, who instills and sows fear among its populace.
Black Sabbath, Fairies Wear Boots, After Forever, Into the Void, Snowblind, War Pigs, Behind the Wall of Sleep, N.I.B. (with 'Bassically' intro), Hand of Doom, Rat Salad (with drum solo), Iron Man, God Is Dead?, Under the Sun/Every Day Comes and Goes, Dirty Women, Paranoid, Children of the Grave
A data courier, literally carrying a data package inside his head, must deliver it before he dies from the burden or is killed by the Yakuza. In a dystopian 2021, Johnny (Keanu Reeves) is a data trafficker who has an implant that allows him to securely store data too sensitive for regular computer networks. On one delivery run, he accepts a package that not only exceeds the implant's safety limits - and will kill him if the data is not removed in time - but also contains information far more important and valuable than he had ever imagined. On a race against time, he must avoid the assassins sent to kill him and remove the data before it, too, ends his life.
The starting point for the project is a scar on the forehead of the artist’s grandfather. The scar was a result of a bullet shot in his direction by an Israeli soldier in the late 1940’s. Focusing on the sagas of myth and the construction of memory, members of the same family are filmed individually as they narrate their version of the same event. By scratching the surface of family history, the project explores the scar as a foundational hinge that arranges reality.
Part documentary, part personal essay, this experimental film combines archive imagery with the striking wintry landscapes of Alaska to tell the story of immigrant experience coming into the UK from the 1950s onwards.
A man awakes from his sleep to discover that he's in ancient Greece. He witnesses a scantily-clad woman whom he woos, then kills with a club. A group of lesbians find the man, tie him to a tree, then partake in an incredible deed.
A theater troupe is traveling to Kosovo to stage a show there. The theme of a play called "Speech Disorder" is whether we can radically change our own identity? While on a journey, the director, the dramaturg and the actors are discussing who they are actually. They meet their former colleague, an actor, who in the meantime became a monk and lives in a monastery.
On a commuter's trip from Manila's business district to the suburbs, the director finds a myriad of possibilities, ranging from miniature ironic situations to a love story that is finally finding its unexpected closing.
Modern-day Warsaw shines in this romantic comedy about the love life of a young, hip architect. In his break-out role, popular Polish television star Maciej Zakoscielny plays the handsome young professional, who is torn between two women.
Eight people from the generation of the Cypriot Crisis, who were born after the war, recall memories of places where they never lived and talk about their personal experiences, hopes, fears and the life they dream of living.
A story of a dropout out of a succesful career and a loving family. He goes to a local railroad station, then checks into a hotel and refuses to leave despite visits by a psychiatrist and his own son. He watches people daily at the station. A tv reporter is trying to come up with a story which would help him to save his job. He likes to chase women and the dropout's wife is one of his targets. He gets interested in the story of her husband and tries to make a program about mysterious individual. Once the tv crew arrives to the scene, the subject tries to hide and ends up on the roof of the station, where he catches a glimpse of sunshine - the "smaller sky" - before stepping onto a glass roof and falling to his death.
Live from the 2008 Salzburg Festival now gives "Irmingard" on DVD. Mnozil Brass wrote her first opera. They shine at the same time as an actor, singer, orchestra and ballet footed. Love and bats, intrigue, jealousy and a real dragon guarantee an opera spectacle as it has never seen the world. "Irmingard" was commissioned by the Salzburg Festival and the Ruhrtriennale 2008
Mnozil Brass playing and singing for several voices and from golden throats and tinny horns. So much so that one know what hit. A pretty anarchic mix of brass, jazz and comedy.
Rin Asogi is an immortal private detective with a thirst for vodka and a talent for attracting things that go bump in the night. In a series of nightmarish vignettes spanning sixty-five years, Rin's lush body is sadistically pierced, blown up, and mulched to a bloody pulp. The fiend behind her tortured existence is Apos, an eternal being obsessed with sacrificing Rin to Yggdrasil, the tree of all life. While Rin struggles to unravel the secrets of her endless agony, Apos lurks in the shadows, eager to tear into her ripe body and devour the memories of her countless lives. Rin's no stranger to the realm of the dead, but her next visit could last forever.
Minority Report follows the unlikely partnership between a man haunted by the future and a cop haunted by her past, as they race to stop the worst crimes of the year 2065 before they happen. Set in Washington, D.C., it is 10 years after the demise of Precrime, a law enforcement agency tasked with identifying and eliminating criminals... before their crimes were committed. To carry out this brand of justice, the agency used three precogs - "precognitives" Dash, Arthur and Agatha - who were able to see the future. Now, in 2065, crime-solving is different, and justice leans more on sophisticated and trusted technology than on the instincts of the precogs.