After a series of murders in motel rooms are connected, a cop, Dickson, heads out on the trail to find a serial killer. He discovers that he signs the motel guest-books with the names of ... See full summary »
Paul Leslie Disley
Six different writers wrote a scene each of this romantic comedy featuring the marriage and turbulent relationship of Joseph and Sarah, with Joseph's best friend Frank trying hard to cope ... See full summary »
Isabelle is an ex-nun waiting for her special mission from God. In the meantime, she is making a living writing pornography. She meets Thomas, a sweet, confused amnesiac who cannot remember... See full summary »
At the beginning of a nightly Alcoholics Anonymous meeting, Jim seems particularly troubled. His sponsor encourages him to talk that night, the first time in seven months, so he does - and ... See full summary »
A young pregnant Russian woman heads to New York to find father of her child in this brooding drama. The film alternates scenes from Pitsee's experiences in America with flashbacks to her ... See full summary »
A first person narrative of the exploits of a gay serial killer in deeply disturbing, controversial drama about violence, sexuality, and the imagination. Dennis, the main character, whose ... See full summary »
The same situation is played out in different cities (New York, Berlin and Tokyo). A lover has to choose whether to commit to a partner who is returning home. In each case there are other ... See full summary »
Robert John Burke,
Iris can best be described as a wallflower. She begins her first day as a temp for the nondescript Global Credit Association by waiting in a chair for two hours. This sets the scene for her... See full summary »
A timid, insecure popular author with an overly-attentive professor husband decide to write an erotic novel. With encouragement from her sister and a bi-sexual friend, she goes to France ... See full summary »
This guy is my teacher, I saw this film in class last week. I liked it, really nice visuals. The dialogue is a little "off" but still good. Hard to make any real sense out of the film (which is typical of Tony's films from what I've seen). Liked the lighting and Parker Posey did a great job as always.
Good use of sepia colors and black and white mixed. I remember specifically at the end a bicycle shot that was really amazing, the way that he filmed it. He told us he used some really drawn out technique too create this, forget what he said exactly. He is a great professor, and an even better film maker. Don't know if any copies of this exist anywhere other than in the directors possession.
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