“Nine hours to Rama” depicts the life of Nathuram Godse the assassin of Mahatma Gandhi. Read More »
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An undercover Nazi in Libya aims to steal fuel and deliver it to a specific location Read More »
Berlin is the epitome of political and economic polarization. A microcosm of that polarization is the life of American C.R. MacNamara, known as Mac to his friends. Read More »
La noia / The Empty Canvas (1963) Damiano Damiani, Bette Davis, Horst Buchholz, Catherine Spaak, Drama
The son of a wealthy American woman and a deceased Italian nobleman, Dino, dabbles away at painting. Read More »
Fuga dal paradiso / Escape from Paradise (1990) Ettore Pasculli, Fabrice Josso, Inés Sastre, Horst Buchholz, Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi
In a futuristic society, an old man tells the legend of a strange medal to two children. In flashback, we learn that after a nuclear catastrophe Read More »
Marianne De Ma Jeunesse (1955) Julien Duvivier, Marianne Hold, Horst Buchholz, Pierre Vaneck, Drama, Fantasy, Romance
Au pensionnat aristocratique bavarois sis dans le château de Heiligenstadt, Vincent Loringer est considéré comme un garçon singulier par les autres élèves. Il chante des airs exotiques d’une voix mélancolique en s’accompagnant à la guitare. Un jour, lui et quelques camarades embarquent pour aller explorer les rives de l’autre côté du lac.
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Gille Jenkins, a 12 year old tomboy and compulsive liar living in a sordid tenement with her single parent mother, witnesses the murder of an immigrant Polish woman living in an nearby apartment by her former boyfriend, Bronislaus Korchinski. The young merchant marine becomes distraught when he discovers that she has become the mistress of a married British sports announcer and shoots her with her own gun. Gillie lies about the circumstances in order to keep the gun which she discovers where Korchinsky hid it. She ultimately bonds with him and misleads the police in their investigation.
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