The setting is Vienna. A young American woman is brought to a hospital after overdosing on pills, apparently in a suicide attempt. A police detective suspects foul play on the part of her ... See full summary »
A travelogue of Valparaiso, Chile, a city built on steep hills. Life is a constant struggle against geography. Neighbourhoods are reached by series of ramps, staircases, and funicular ... See full summary »
This film travels through fantasy and reality as Ivens goes to China to capture the Wind. The film reflects the film maker's journey - from his first film on the wind (Pour Le Mistral)to ... See full summary »
The current day-to-day life is much different than what it was thirty or forty years ago, but it is the life to which we as people are now accustomed and take for granted. But it also ... See full summary »
Insight into the REAL goings on... Thank god we have this film to educate, inform and highlight on the vicious, disturbing and sickening attacks of American troops on innocent cultures... Please don't be sucked into all things American! Their history is so biased and you will never know the truth unless you are educated into knowing... I am a Film Studies student working on Alvarez' short films and I am so impressed. Yes, they are radical and experimental, I enjoy the interaction and sheer intensity of his work. Ho Chi Minh was clearly a good, influential man. It is a shame that his films are not shown widely throughout the West in big mass dominated cinemas such as the Odeon! We are bombarded with American culture 24/7! We need a change!
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