A psychiatrist's adulterous past continues to haunt her and her husband after they move to India.
1883, Baycliff, an isolated English village on the Irish Sea. Two women's friendship becomes passion. Cynara, a sculptor, alone, befriends Byron, a visitor who's left Paris in unhappiness. They ride horses, talk, play chess, and exchanging tenderness. Byron inspires Cynara as she sculpts, Cynara becomes Byron's muse as she writes.
During the first half of the 19th century, in a vast and desolated land fallen into anarchy, several armed groups drift along the infinite Pampas demanding support and food from the peasants. Even if they are bitter rivals, they all claim to pledge allegiance to the “movimiento”. Among these gangs is one led by Señor, an educated man who, with two of his followers, intends to found a peaceful new order. But while his enchanting words and manners seem appealing, his methods reveal an unstoppable thirst for power.
"Over a decade in the making, El Movimiento [...] follows the relationship between Don Chabo, a Mayan shaman in Yucatan, and William F. Hanks, the Chicago anthropologist he improbably selected as his sole apprentice, showing how both men think, work, and dream." J. Rosenbaum - Chicago Reader
Through the eyes of eight filmmakers "Nahui Ollin, Sun Of Motion" explores several sites in Mexico to reveal how climate change has been advancing in one of the countries with the highest biodiversity globally. Corals, glaciers, seas, mangroves, rivers, mountains, fields and cities have witnessed the advancement of what may represent the greatest threat to human kind in this age. Through the voices of the inhabitants in different parts of the country, we will witness the adaptation as well as the mitigation that is carried out in their communities.
Going Steady aka Lemon Popsicle 2 is the sequel to the 1978 Israeli film Lemon Popsicle. The movie basically follows the daily lives of several teenagers as they are "coming of age" in what appears to be the late 50's (maybe early 60's).
Based on a series of episodes aimed as ensuring the director to exorcise the defects, fears and phobias circulating about the world of ordinary love. There are 35 stories developed at an average of two minutes of attempting to explain the failure of marriage in the manner of a puzzle that is organized in the course of the plot.
Four friends, annoyed at how almost everyone else they know is having sex but them, agree to do what they can to help each other lose their virginity before the end of the summer. Most of their opportunities are foiled by their inexperience and bad planning. Michael, the most sensible boy of the foursome, really just wants to stay with his long-time girlfriend and take their relationship to an intimate level, but after putting him off for six months he grows impatient and splits up with her to seek his fortune elsewhere.
A study of traffic movement in Paris.