Following his wife's suicide, Henry Walton, an experimental psychologist, becomes tormented by feelings of grief and guilt. Placing blame upon himself for her death, Henry becomes obsessed with the idea of reuniting with the woman he loves. After performing an experiment on himself with a new sensory device, Henry's psyche begins to unravel. As a result, he starts to walk a fine line between reality and delusion, making Henry's world become increasingly fragmented and distorted by the day. Manifestations of his feelings begin to appear as harrowing delusions that cross over in to Henry's waking life.
On a remote island in Kiribati, in the heart of the Pacific, flourishes the flamboyant Levita Levi. Openly gay, Levita is labeled a Binabinaine by the Kiribatese, a term to describe her gender identity and identification as female while being born male.
A 2008 short made in accompaniment with Our Beloved Month of August, documenting Gomes's and his crew's hapless search, during 2007's carnival, for one of Arganil's most storied and elusive characters (who does, in fact, ultimately appear as an interviewee/player in the finished film).
This film memorializes the leader of Vietnam, Ho Chi Minh, on the occasion of his death. It narrates the story of a life which is also the story of a nation-recounting his important accomplishments in the struggle against colonialism and imperialism.
This is a montage of different images from the JFK, Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy triumphs and assassinations, all three events being observed by Lyndon Johnson as the dark figure who is plotting the anti-black rights movement.
Affectionate, experimental short documentary that paints a mosaic of Cuba by focusing on a microcosmic “old neighborhood”, where the country’s personality slowly emerges through its various dualities: young and old, day and night, sound and silence, Christianity and Santería, civilian life and military presence, poverty and abundance, etc.
Directed by two of the most important directors in New Latinamerican Cinema, Tomás Gutiérrez Alea, and Julio García Espinosa, El Mégano was the first piece in the puzzle of post-revolutionary Cuban cinema.
Popular movie trailers from 2014
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Set in a post-apocalyptic world, young Thomas is deposited in a community of boys after his memory is erased, soon learning they're all trapped in a maze that will require him to join forces with fellow "runners" for a shot at escape.