A confused religious girl tries to deny her feelings for a female friend who's in love with her. This causes her suppressed subconsciously-controlled psychokinetic powers to reemerge with devastating results.
The genre of the film DUST could be called fantastic realism or existential drama with elements of the fantastic. Dust means the haste in which people live. Dust is a common misconception, ... See full summary »
Christer Pettersson (1947-2004) a Swedish criminal and the main suspect of killing Olof Palme, the Prime Minister of Sweden 1986. In 1988 he was convicted of the murder but acquitted on appeal the following year.
The story of the five-day interview between Rolling Stone reporter David Lipsky and acclaimed novelist David Foster Wallace, which took place right after the 1996 publication of Wallace's groundbreaking epic novel, 'Infinite Jest.'
The movie portrays Norway's most spectacular robbery, where 11 men occupied central Stavanger for twenty minutes and escaped with 57 million kroner (appx $10 million). A police officer was shot and killed.
Today, the streets in the Moldovanka district are deserted and the houses are in a pitiable state of repair, but these cheerless flats are still occupied by people who remember a bygone era. They leaf through yellowing albums, remembering a family existence marked by war, Bolshevism and Nazism. The old woman Ester and her friend, who is rumoured in the neighbourhood to be a witch, are not afraid to sing and dance in front of the camera. Another friend of Ester, Tanya, has become entangled in Communist ideology. Tanya's nephew Valery Krivoruchka boasts in his junk-filled flat that he used to be an opera singer, although his living is more dependent now on what he can lay his hands on and later sell. Ester also makes a trip out of the city to show the filmmakers the place where the family used to live, near an orthodox church. All that remains is a neglected Jewish cemetery and a destroyed synagogue. But time seems to have stood still out here in the countryside, while Odessa grows old,...Written by
Ulf Kjell Gür