A young widow, Noriko, lives with her senile father-in-law, Shukichi, on a farm. He believes his favorite cow, long gone, is still alive. Noriko pretends to be the cow and lets him milk her - a satisfying arrangement for them both.
Los Angeles in the year 2005: 19-year-old lads move through an apartment that has been equipped with webcams and looks like some sort of futuristic internet doll's house. Not-quite-so-young... See full summary »
The true story of James Hogue, a brilliant impostor who embraced the American art of self-invention, fabricated a spectacular series of fictional identities for himself, and successfully conned his way into Princeton University
Director Dag Yngvesson begins making a documentary about the porn industry, until he is asked by a desperate director to shoot film for his next adult movie. After agreeing, he is led ... See full summary »
During World War II, the tyrannical Judge Murayama uses his military power to imprison and torture innocent people. Suspected of helping an anti-government movement, the lovely Namiji ... See full summary »
Adam has just lost the love of his life. He tries to numb the pain by calling up an escort and having her take the place of his dearly departed wife. When both Adam and the call girl, ... See full summary »
I was relieved to see someone finally exploring conservative values in Hollywood. Yes, people there are actual celebrities in Hollywood who are not too cowardly to say they vote Republican like most of us non-celebrity Americans did this last election. With the current liberal media preaching tolerance this documentary will hopefully convince all those touting this abused word to actually follow their own advice when conservative, working actors, comedians, musicians state their own conservative point of view. You have gotta hand it to former Democratic speech writer Jesse Moss for delving into such a provocative topic such as this.
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