Everyone is looking for happiness. And when you're almost 30, single, and still living at home with kooky parents who treat you like a ten-year-old, you're looking even harder. So there was...
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Anna Maria Dalí is four years younger than her brother Salvador and they love each other. Both enjoy the great progressive atmosphere of republican Spain, fraternizing with great creators, García Lorca, Buñuel.
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Pamela B. Green's energetic film about pioneer filmmaker Alice Guy-Blaché is both a tribute and a detective story, tracing the circumstances by which this extraordinary artist faded from memory and the path toward her reclamation.
Everyone is looking for happiness. And when you're almost 30, single, and still living at home with kooky parents who treat you like a ten-year-old, you're looking even harder. So there was the situation of Tanya, a brand new real estate agent, on her way on a cold winter day to make her first big sale and her first big step on her path to independence. She is late as usual and rushing on a slippery road, she doesn't know it yet but her life is about to change forever.Written by
There is for sure a fascinating side of this comedy: you may love it or hate it, but it does not leave anybody indifferent.
Can be seen as nonsensical by ones, it is perceived as fresh and lovely by others.
Nobody cannot say that the movie was just lame. Different, yes, but far from flask cliches.
If you open your mind and hearth while watching, you'll have good time watching Tanya (Lucie Vondrackova) find her way from the parent' nest, not landing further then on her best friend Britney's couch .
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