An unknown Polish writer can't publish his novels, so his ex-wife decides to help him and get some of the profit for herself. She finally finds a publisher, but there's a strange single condition that could cost the writer his life.
French rocker Johnny Hallyday stars as a professional thief just released from jail. He returns to stealing to support his family. After several successful thefts, he decides to include his under-aged kid into the "family business".
In Uruguay in the early 1970s, an official of the US Agency for International Development (a group used as a front for training foreign police in counterinsurgency methods) is kidnapped by ... See full summary »
Anton Ludvik, aka Gerard, is vice-minister of Foreign Affairs of Czechoslovakia. He realizes he is watched and followed. One day, he is arrested and put into jail, in solitary confinement. ... See full summary »
Capital is a documentary feature film covering the student loan debt crisis in America. Footage and interviews from Washington DC, The President of the USSA, founder of studentloandebt.org ... See full summary »
In occupied France during the WWII, a German officer is murdered. The collaborationist Vichy government decides to pin the murder on six petty criminals. Loyal judges are called in to convict them as quickly as possible.
When the CEO of France's Phenix Bank collapses on the golf course, Machiavellian young executive Marc Tourneuil is crowned as his replacement. A whirlwind of ruthless ambition, power struggles, greed and deception ensues as Tourneuil's brutal ascent is jeopardized by a hostile takeover attempt from a large American hedge fund led by Dittmar Rigule, erotic distractions from international supermodel Nassim, and adversaries with an agenda for destruction. Written by
Cohen Media Group
The real problem with these kinds of films... its' as if if all these types of 'situations' just begin to take place in the immediate time-frames. When in reality they would have had to been sorted out a long time before. In addition, this one's a bit to 'dry'... characters to distant.. none to be empathetic with.. overall it all gets very boring.. (and really.. she's their 'super-model'). So who cares... only real problem we must acknowledge.. in today's world, it's more than likely these are the exact same kinds of oligarchs we're having to deal with today.. and that's the truly scary realization. Cold blooded narcissism and greed rules all.. along with callousness to the lives of 'real people.' Do we find our way back, or like this portrayal, are we ultimately lost... when 'it all blows up.'
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