GROETEN UIT ROTTERDAM (Greetings from Rotterdam), tells a story of the cultural life in Rotterdam around 1980. In particular, the punk scene does not go unnoticed. The television ... See full summary »
LET ME GET MY COAT! [Waar is mijn jas?] Netherlands, 2004 In 1980, Wim Verstappen and Paul Verhoeven, Holland's best-known film makers, were interviewed by film writer Ruud den Drijver. The... See full summary »
Ruud Den Dryver
A mentally ill woman with a severe personalty disorder develops a strange relationship with her dolls. She becomes victim to insomnia and even self-mutilation leaving her son to unfold the strange truth about Anne's illness.
Michael Kenneth Fahr,
After visiting his father in Arkham Sanitarium, young Howard Lovecraft accidentally uses the legendary Necronomicon to open a portal to a strange frozen world filled with horrifying creatures and a great adventure.
Sean Patrick O'Reilly
Humanity is facing a turning point - the next evolution of the human mind. Will this evolution be a hybrid of man and machine, where artificial intelligence forces the emergence of a new ... See full synopsis »
Hugo De Garis
Over the span of several weeks, two couples, who have been close friends for years, face several life-altering traumas out of their control. Mike and Meryl are recovering from their son's death and their inability to communicate. Joanna and Tim are trying to conceive their first child, after several failed attempts. In the course of the film the couples contrast one another, quickly developing an intimate study of human nature.Written by
This is a subtle look into the struggle of relationships and how they affect our physiological being
Writer, Director, and Editor Ben Rider has formed a bleak yet beautiful view of love and its ability to shape and form our lives. The film follows two couples whom are best friends that have seen each other's lives change due to traumatic events. Shot in a tension-wound realism approach the film pulls you close to the well-acted characters and has you hoping for their happiness. An excellent nuanced score that shines during some key plot-driving sequences. Some Dialog is at times a bit too low in the sound mix, never to an extreme though.
A well rounded enjoyable independent film with great performances, matched by inspired production.
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