Set during the occupation of Iraq, a squad of U.S. soldiers try to protect a small village.
A little boy and his sister spend a Tati-esque day at the beach building a sand-castle, to the delight and interest of others. Inspired by the ideas of C. G. Jung, it is a feature length, low-budget, comedy-fantasy in black and white, with a dream sequence in color that introduced a novel form of stop animation.
On a sandy desert, a man made of sand constructs other sand creatures to help make a beautiful sand castle for themselves.
Mario O'Hara's melodrama about an aspiring singer and her ex-convict sweetheart, an exhilarating cross between George Cukor's A Star is Born and Ringo Lam's Prison on Fire.
In the middle of a desert, soldiers are protecting a marvelous pearl, but a huge creature is going to steal it.
Two boys are on an unplanned vacation by foot. They meet a girl who has nothing but a bikini under her coat. She says her cloths were stolen while she was bathing. She joins their company. They steel cloths for her. There is a little kissing with both but nothing that could make the other jealous. During most of the movie they enjoy minor pleasures. But occasionally when the girl is alone she has attacks of very painful emotions. In the end it turns out that she is a former child-prisoner of a German KZ-lager, who had run away from a mental hospital in bikini and coat. Some of the staff were searching for her. But when she sees them she commits suicide.