Trixie Thompson concludes that the only way she could save her sister from dying of the "white plague" is by preventing the autumn leaves from falling. Little Trixie knows all this because ... See full summary »
An anarchic trailer by Jean-Luc Godard on his own film, the classic "Pierrot Le Fou" (1965) starring Anna Karina and Jean-Paul Belmondo. Far from the usual trailers he made, this one is ... See full summary »
Godard presents his trailer for one of the iconic Nouvelle Vague monuments, the classic "Masculin Féminin". An amusing soundtrack, several clips from the film are exhibited in the usual ... See full summary »
A poetic film. A police film. A political film. All in one project directed by Jean-Luc Godard. Plenty of colors and a total absence of sound. Here's the trailer of Godard's "Made in U.S.A.... See full summary »
An isolated house in deserted area is too remote for a servant, who leaves a note, quietly exits the back door, and puts the key under the mat. Alone in the house is a mother and her infant... See full summary »
"You have got to keep up with the bandwagon or quit." This never impressed old Wilkins so forcibly as when his son and daughter give him the go-by, stamping him as a "has-been," and away ... See full summary »
This stark drama was released in October 1908 (four months into Griffith's directorial debut) and presented a harsh vision of urban life. It is a social problem film lasting 11 minutes, and is at the centre of Progressive-era urban reform.
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