Tyranny is about a young artist and mathematician, Daniel McCarthy, who, after volunteering in a brain mapping experiment, begins seeing puzzling images he believes are visions of future ... See full synopsis »
John Beck Hofmann,
Kieren van den Blink,
A woman falls trough a sky window in a fancy Bordeaux hotel during a gala. She survives, but suffers from amnesia. The commissioner in charge works on the assumption she was a hired gun, ... See full summary »
The sexy Ukrainian Bond-babe (from Quantum of Solace) Olga Kurylenko's first film was L'Annulaire (2005) . Iris (Kurylenko) have an accident and cut off her ring finger. Then she moves to a port town (filmed in Hamburg), and lodging in a hotel by the seafront. She gets a job as an assistant and receptionist for a man who preserve peoples specials items into specimen. The guy and the place is weird, and he comes up with some requirements to her, that makes the job and employer even weirder. It's originally a Japanese novel by Yoko Ogawa, and there is some strange Japanese atmosphere over this story. The movie is packed with the nude Iris, and I guess that alone will please a lot of male viewers. I think the story was going a bit empty after a while, but I'm a male viewer - so I stayed tune with the beautiful Iris until the final.
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