A film with no spoken dialogue, just follows the music and lyrics of Benjamin Britten's "War Requiem, which include WWI soldier poet Wilfred Owen's poems reflecting the war's horrors. It ... See full summary »
A crooked American businessman tries to push the shady influential owner of a nightclub in Newcastle, England to sell him the club. The club's new employee and the American's ex lover fall in love and inadvertently stir the pot.
"Bull" McCabe's family has farmed a field for generations, sacrificing endlessly for the sake of the land. And when the widow who owns the field decides to sell the field in a public ... See full summary »
It was an amalgamation of different events in third point of view of the different protagonists. However, the strange part was the what I'm guessing Samson and Delilah part, I kinda missed what they meant to show besides the "Adam and Eve" metaphor. The camera angles were very nice and plenty of effects to keep you in a mystery that makes you want to see the ending. However, the ending was very strange and it ended basically when you least expected. Needless to say, if you have some time on your hands and you don't know what to do give this unique movie a view, you might not regret it, maybe. If you don't like it then you can take it up with the director.
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