Author Archives: fekmaxxx
The Naked Bunyip (1970) John B. Murray, Graeme Blundell, Barry Humphries, Gordon Rumph, Comedy, Documentary
Endless Night (1972) Sidney Gilliat, Hayley Mills, Hywel Bennett, Britt Ekland, Crime, Drama, Horror
Largo viaje / A Long Journey (1967) Patricio Kaulen, Enrique Kaulen, Eliana Vidal, Fabio Zerpa, Drama
Relates the adventure of a newborn child whose brother died shortly after birth. After the typical and unique funeral given to those patients who died (angels) in Chilean working class, the father takes the coffin to the cemetery, but forgets that Understands the boy wings allow the baby to fly to heaven. Determined to deliver the boy is lost in Santiago where misery, loneliness and children as lost as he abound.
The Pirates of Blood River (1962) John Gilling, Kerwin Mathews, Glenn Corbett, Christopher Lee, Action, Adventure, Drama
Operator 13 (1934) Richard Boleslawski, Marion Davies, Gary Cooper, Jean Parker, Drama, History, Romance
Gail Loveless, a spy known as Operator 13 working for the Union and Federal cause during the Civil War, posing as a Confederate woman named Anne Claybourne, meets and falls in love with Confederate Captain Jack Galliard. Dusguised as an octoroom maid at a Confedarate military ball, she learns and relays secrets to the Union forces that are devastating to the Rebel cause. Assigned to the case to track down and kill the spy maid, Galliard learns she is also the woman he loves, but proceeds with his assignment. He captures her but is in danger of being captured himself as Federal forces are approaching. Gail/Anne saves him and they part to wait until peace comes to resume their romance.
Out in the Dark (2012) Michael Mayer, Nicholas Jacob, Michael Aloni, Jamil Khoury, Drama, Romance, Thriller
Nimer and Roy are two gay men on opposing sides of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict who fall for each other. Much as they’d like to be left alone, both political conflict and orthodox beliefs will not leave their budding relationship untouched, with most of the egregious circumstances befalling Nimer, whom security forces pressure into helping them by stripping his access to education and threatening to leave him without family. Through his eye-witnessed death of a friend, Nimer knows he can’t oblige. Can love find a way through this no-win situation?