Higashigaito Yutaka is transferred to the Bangkok branch of Eastern Airlines. In three months, he will marry Michiko, a relative of the airline's founder, and though he doesn't love her, he... See full summary »
Through the childhood and the adolescence of Giacomo Casanova (from his memoirs), this is a description of how people live in the Venice of the 18th century: customs, habits, medecine, ... See full summary »
Maria Grazia Buccella,
After having lived for a number of year's abroad, the two friends Rannvá and Barba return for a visit to their native country, the Faroe Islands. They feel that they have outgrown the small... See full summary »
Sigri Mitra Gaïni,
Letter to the King portrays five people on a day trip from a refugee camp to Oslo, a welcome change in an otherwise monotonous life. But we soon realize that each and every one of them has ... See full summary »
A young half-Korean food deliverer is bored by his life and joins a gang. Their leader is a quiet, thoughtful and protective guy who nevertheless causes a lot of bloodshed during the film. By copying Scorsese's Italian mafia slang (with a lot of 'fu**s) spitted out by the gangsters) and relying on amateur actors (a former waiter and a model) who are surprisingly unattractive, the film almost loses its big points made through fine lightsetting and camerawork. Director John H. Lee studied at the Tisch School of Arts in N.Y. THE CUT RUNS DEEP doesn't look like the debut movie it is. A promising director - I hope they send him some good actors.
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