An apartment kitchen: a man and a woman discuss Little Red Riding Hood, their voices hushed, mindful of waking the little girl sleeping next room. Waste land on the city outskirts: behind a... See full summary »
A crime writer living in Venice while working on his new novel meets and soon marries his real-estate agent. Relocated to a remote house on Sant'Erasmo Island, his obsession with his wife's daily whereabouts takes a dark turn.
In 2020 super-computer Kronos concludes that human beings are the biggest threat to the planet. 60 years later, Andrew finds himself lost in a world run by machines when he meets Calia, a girl on the way to a place called Aurora.
What a boring dancing film! Don't expect fairy-tales. It is simple a serials of modern dancing. All actors are null and without life. It seems that dancing is the only active elements in the film. The princess dances for 1/3 of film; the painter danced with her; the 3 prince from remote country bring dancing group to perform in the castle. And they are performing modern dancing in the environment of middle ages! The plot is too simple even for fairy tales. The king is simple stupid. The queen is simple kind. The minister is simple weird. The young prince is simple naive. The princes from remote countries simply want to marry the princess. The princess simply want to dance! The set is also crazy. Trees and grasses are blue, and there are spotlight on dancers in the castle, just like a modern theater. Why not build some balcony?
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