Hunter, a newly pregnant housewife, finds herself increasingly compelled to consume dangerous objects. As her husband and his family tighten their control over her life, she must confront the dark secret behind her new obsession.
When his long suffering girlfriend disappears suddenly, leaving a cryptic note as her only explanation, Hank's comfortable life and his sanity begin to crack. Then, from the woods ... See full summary »
12-year-old Paul lives an isolated existence with his mother, who works at a private psychiatric hospital in the woods near their house. One day, Paul encounters a young teen named Gloria, ... See full summary »
An exploration of the history and emotional power of cinema sound, as revealed by legendary sound designers and visionary directors, via interviews, clips from movies, and a look at their actual process of creation and discovery.
Richard L. Anderson
Seaside (nowhere near the sea), puppeteers Judy and Punch are trying to resurrect their marionette show on the brink of an anarchic mob rule. When Punch accidentally kills their baby during a drinking binge, his wife, Judy, having suffered a violent beating, teams up with a band of outcast heretics to enact revenge on Punch and the entire town.
The film is set in 17th Century England and London is referred to as "the Big Smoke". However, it didn't earn this nickname until the 19th Century, due to the coal then being used to heat Londoner's homes producing large amounts of smoke. See more »
This movie proves a point without being overly preachy. It's a satirical depiction of an ultra-violent, sexist and irrational society. We get to see the tragic effects of hate and morbid fascination with violence. We also get some vindictive satisfaction.
Judy and Punch has rich visuals, some comedic moments, an entertaining cast and well used violence.
A must watch for the woke kids.
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