Monsieur Hulot curiously wanders around a high-tech Paris, paralleling a trip with a group of American tourists. Meanwhile, a nightclub/restaurant prepares its opening night, but it's still under construction.
Doc lives on the edge of Europe where it imperceptibly slides over into the Third World. As a doctor, he knows that the illness he has contracted ten years before in war-torn Africa is ... See full summary »
Chris Marker and Pierre Lhomme's LE JOLI MAI (The Lovely Month of May) is a portrait of Paris and Parisians during May 1962;the first springtime of peace after the ceasefire with Algeria ... See full summary »
"A many-faceted portrait of those individuals who sought radical solutions to social problems in the United States during the 1960s and 1970s. It cuts back and forth between six major story... See full summary »
A film diary divided into three episodes. The first part reflects Jonas Mekas of his time as emigrant in 50th century New York, after leaving the home country of Lithuania. The second part ... See full summary »
"An underground revolutionary group struggles against internal strife to stage urban guerilla attacks against a fictionalized fascist regime in the United States. Interspersed throughout ... See full summary »
Robert Kramer removes into interesting creative territories, as the necessity of every human being to feel attached with something or someone in his life, exploring the places where he comes from, NY and all the Route One becomes a personal cosmos of people, believing, sadness and sometimes small births of hope. Just take your time and see Cinema going through someone's heart & spirit, is the kind of film where you can feel honesty and true love for film making, as a way of life, as a way to to survive into a really confuse world everywhere around. Doc is just someone looking into himself and looking for something to get attached with, trying to get a meaning for his own existence. The people, the places, the film-maker and all the team behind becomes one with his film to offer to us one of the best documentaries ever made.
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