Jessica Yu's documentary explores the relationship between human life and Euripidean dramatic structure by weaving together the stories of four men: German terrorist, a bank robber, an "ex-gay" evangelist, and a martial arts student.
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The film traces the growth and friendship of two very different high-school ping-pong players. "Peco" Hoshino is a brash, arrogant player, determined to turn pro. He taught his quiet, nerdy... See full summary »
A short film disguised as seven commercials for an underground Asian-American clothing line (the clothes are real, but the people are not), The Venom Sportswear Ad Campaign comments on the ... See full summary »
Sir Jonathan Oliver
The Whistle Song
Written by Salvador Rey Nagel (PRS) and Alejandro Llovet Puigmarti (PRS)
Performed by The Pinker Tones (as The Pinkertones)
Pulbished by Condones Nacionales / Nettwerk One Music (Canada) Ltd
Courtesy of Nacional Records See more »
I absolutely loved this movie. I loved it for two reasons: the plot line and the overwhelming sense of stupidity. This movie reminded me of Napoleon Dynamite. It was pretty funny even though the main character is a complete tool. The racial slurs in this movie just add to the stupidity of it. Ever race has stereotypes for each other and it's good to sometimes laugh at them instead of being offended. Overall, I think this movie is pretty great. I wouldn't say this movie is for families, just because of how one of the kids acts. I would say that it's a movie more appropriate for older high schoolers and young adults. Childish and juvenile as this movie may be, the younger generation finds that kind of thing hilarious(me included).
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