Ignasi M. is a documentary about an eccentric HIV positive, gay, Catalan man, who goes about his daily life in a humorous manner. He meets with friends and family members and discusses with them politics, sex, art, and much more.
The MGMC presents a great show in London. Between the audience: Peter, a freudian psychiatrist married to a Finnish actor, Mika, David, a young British gay living in Banyoles, addicted to ... See full summary »
A family experiences two traumatic events in a lapse of forty-odd years: the loss of one of the family members and how this affects the others; and the arrival of new neighbors, strangers, who upset the family and supposed social harmony.
Anna returns from Africa where she had been working as a nurse for an NGO on the front line in an area of conflict. She gets a job as a security guard at an exclusive health center where she meets a troubled young man.
Fifteen stories, some contemporary and some historical, where through humor, sarcasm and bravery accounts pain, old age, death and love but above all the human stupidity, without concessions, looking straight in the eyes of the difficult balance between life and human misery.Written by
This movie will surely be considered as classic someday. This is an abstract collection of different incidents involving different characters, parody of classic stories and real life of the author who puts these classic characters and modern characters in his story. It is like phantom of liberty or dreams.
This movie exploits the freedom of movie making to the fullest but remains to be entertaining as well. It seems the only aim of the director was to make us laugh. It makes you remember Lindsay Anderson's movie making style. It touches some philosophy as well. I enjoyed this movie to the fullest.8/10
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