The lack of water has changed the rules of society as we knew it. Those who have not yet died try to survive in a hostile and desolate environment.
An old man commits suicide by jumping before a running train. In the next 72 hours, six stories unfold one after another. Curiously interlinked, each story is born out of a chance encounter between two strangers leading to a high voltage drama with a strange twist at the end.
The film begins in the 1980s Soviet Union. Two best friends, Orlov and Muravyev, are serving at the Black Sea Navy Base in Sevastopol, Crimea. Both fall in love with one beautiful girl Nelly, and their friendship suffers a first blow. Because she picks Muravyev, his friend Orlov struggles with an inferiority complex and becomes a secretive alcoholic. After the collapse of the Soviet Union in 1991, both friends are transferred to the Northern Fleet on the Polar Ocean. One day their sub is performing a routine training. A disturbed WWII mine slowly moves on a collision course with the sub. A mighty blast knocks down everyone inside the wrecked sub, 72 meters below the sea level. Then ensues a nerve-racking struggle for survival.
An AWOL marine in possession of secret government information, is a wanted man, pursued by Russian special ops, the LAPD, and a dangerous assassin.
Collin must make it through his final three days of probation for a chance at a new beginning. He and his troublemaking childhood best friend, Miles, work as movers, and when Collin witnesses a police shooting, the two men’s friendship is tested as they grapple with identity and their changed realities in the rapidly-gentrifying neighborhood they grew up in.
A married couple's life is turned upside down when the wife is accused of a murder. Lara Brennan is arrested for murdering her boss with whom she had an argument. It seems she was seen leaving the scene of the crime and her fingerprints were on the murder weapon. Her husband, John would spend the next few years trying to get her released, but there's no evidence that negates the evidence against her. And when the strain of being separated from her family, especially her son, gets to her, John decides to break her out. So he does a lot of research to find a way.
The wife of a heart surgeon, suffering from temporary blindness, is home alone. But a strange man ingratiates himself into her household in order to avenge the seduction and death of his wife, for which the surgeon appears responsible...
Kung (Eric Tsang) and Kin's (Jacky Cheung) rivalry goes way back to the seventies when they fought over the same girl, who eventually became Kung's wife (Anita Yuen). Now they run competing phone stores right across from each other on Mongkok's busiest street, and stretch their minds trying to outdo each other with crazy promotions. There's absolutely no mixing with the enemy in these parts - until Kung and Kin's kids fall for each other! Further chaos breaks out when the landlord triples the rent of all the shop owners to force them out for redevelopment.
A teenager who is brave and naive from Black Sea region, ends in jail during the World War 2 time. The movie tells about the story of this teenager.
The epic film is about the 1911 Hunaghua gang uprising and the 72 revolutionaries that were involved.
The millionaire Diego Verastegui has been murdered at his house, and somebody has taken a valuable briefcase from the safe-deposit box. Dimas -Verastegui's bodyguard- comes back to the house and finds three suspects: Carlos, the millionaire's son, Anna Karina, a sweet girl, and Andres, a bohemian magician. They retell the scenes of the murder from contradictory points of view, each claiming a different version of who committed the crime.
In 1972 - post Woodstock but years before The Big Day Out, Sunbury was an event not to be missed. This film serves as a reminder of that first festival in 1972, and captures the spirit of Sunbury's ethos - "to have a good time". So join your host Molly Meldrum - dressed in the style of the times - and sit back, relax, crank up the volume, and stroll down memory lane to Sunbury.
Vasutty and his son Sajan are Taxi drivers. When Vasutty drives a 72 model Ambassador, Sajan drives an Innova. Sajan, Deepak, and Parvathy are best friends. Deepak runs a drama academy and Parvathy is an interior designer. Once Sajan happens to drive Vasutty's car and that changes Sajan and his friends' fortunes forever. At this stage Janaki enters their life. As days pass by they realize that what they thought to be fortune turns out to be their misfortune. Rajasenan's '72 Model' plots their efforts to come across these troubles.
Antarctic station "Vostok" threatens conservation due to lack of fuel. Volunteer squad is called to take fuel, but will soon begin "Polar autumn" in Antarctica. No one has walked this way, when the temperature drops below 71 degrees Celsius and freezes fuels.
Most 72 is the very first film essay directed and produced by The Markerists and the inaugural installment in the series 'Most'. The footage and the audio were recorded in a single day on June 17th, 2013 on location in Auschwitz-Birkenau with post-production being completed within 72 hours. Surbhi Goel, a professor of cultural studies from India on her first trip outside of her homeland, recorded extemporaneous impressions as she walked the grounds of the death camp with the filmmakers. These were later used as the voice-over narration. The project serves as the template in which future Markerists film essays will be produced--shot and recorded on location and completed immediately afterwards, staying relevant in this age of instant global communication.
One stage, one chair, four days, 20 bands, 72 musicians. All speaking with a single, anonymous voice about art, poverty, booze, lies, class, hardship, food and failure. Oh, and day care. And rock 'n' roll.
Bellator LXXII was a mixed martial arts event to held by Bellator Fighting Championships. The event took place on July 20, 2012 at USF Sun Dome in Tampa, Florida. The card was part of Bellator's annual Summer Series and featured the semifinal round fights in the Summer Series Tournament. The event was distributed live in prime time by MTV2.
Chris Marker always was a mystery. He never let anyone photograph him, didn't appear in his films and never attended any festival. Rumour goes that at some moment during Allende's presidency, he visited Chile, travelled the streets and met some young local filmmakers. Marker 72 tries to resolve the mystery.
Camp 72 follows a quest for justice and healing after war.
Get up close and personal with avalanches, fiery volcanoes and other natural cataclysms, and learn why some choose to live in their destructive paths.
This series examines the nature of cuteness and how adorability helps some animal species to survive and thrive in a variety of environments.
72 Hours: True Crime was a television program that was broadcast by CBC Television and produced by Kensington Communications Creative Anarchy and Meech Grant Productions. It focused on crime, specifically on the first 72 hours after a crime is committed, a critical time period for solving it. Rather than focus on fictional crimes, as do Law & Order and other TV shows elsewhere, True Crime depicted actual crimes that occurred throughout Canada, using dramatic reenactments and documentary-style footage of crime scenes. The show was broadcast in high definition television. In 2007, CBC announced that 72 Hours was cancelled when it announced its new fall season.
From fangs to claws to venomous stings, they all wield deadly weapons. But which creature will be crowned the fiercest of all?
Each week, this action-packed, white-knuckle competition series drops three new competing teams of strangers into the wilderness with only a single bottle of water and a GPS tracking device. The competitors have just three days to find a hidden briefcase full of cash. Along the way, they must survive treacherous terrain and battle the elements to be the first to locate $100,000.
An unusual series that explores human dramas through chance encounters with ordinary people at selected locations.
Canada Russia '72 is a 2006 Canadian documentary-style miniseries about the 1972 Summit Series. The two-part miniseries was directed by T. W. Peacocke and written by Barrie Dunn and Malcolm MacRury. Canada Russia '72 first aired on consecutive nights on CBC between April 9 and 10, 2006.
Powerful cats, indestructible arachnids and flesh-melting pit vipers are just the beginning in this series about Latin America's deadliest creatures.