Activity - 1,557 Changes

December 18, 2012
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  • {"name":"Drama","id":18}
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  • {"name":"Drama","id":18}
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  • {"title":"Jam-mot deun-eun bam","iso_3166_1":"KR"}
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  • {"name":"Documentary","id":99}
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  • {"name":"Documentary","id":99}
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  • {"id":12457,"name":"Laboratory X"}
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  • "Huang Ji"
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  • "Omer Fast"
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  • "omer fast"
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People
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  • "Jang kun-jae"
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  • {"name":"Drama","id":18}
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  • 90
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  • "en"
overview a en
  • "Charu, a young graduate from a northern province, flat-shares in Mumbai, where she hopes to make a career in marketing. When the labourer who has come to repaint a sitting-room wall collapses, she has no choice but to take events in hand, even though the painter has no identity papers on him. From the chic balcony on Link Road to a far distant slum, I.D.’s mobile camera follows a quest in which Charu’s own migrant status mirrors that of an illegal immigrant, lost in the mass of moonlighters and ignored by all. Shot in almost documentary-like conditions, her journey hints at the style of Filipino Brillante Mendoza in John John, which underlined the stark contrast between Manila’s slum districts and the city’s international hotels. Without empathy or irony, Kamal K.M focuses on Charu’s growing determination to discover the man’s identity – a determination doubtless driven by a humane impulse but also by the imperative need to confront her own."
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  • "I.D."
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  • {"name":"Drama","id":18}
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  • "It's a Dream"
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  • null
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  • "It's a Dream"
  • "In yek royast"
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  • {"person_id":374088,"department":"Directing","job":"Director"}
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  • "Kanal K.M"
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name a
  • "Mahmoud Ghaffari"
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  • null
December 17, 2012
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  • 0
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translations a
  • "en"
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  • "tt2360048"
overview a en
  • "It follows a young German soldier returning to his parents’ house after serving in Afghanistan; the action repeats three times, with the soldier played by a different actor in each version. According to the press materials, and to several people I spoke to about the film, this is the story of a family seeking to reconstruct their lost son’s return by hiring a series of male prostitutes. Certainly this implication is there: incest thrums throughout, like a threat; the father exploring the younger man’s mouth with his fingers, the mother climbing into his bed. But it seems to me that Continuity is more obviously involved with Fast’s enduring themes of repetition, trauma and the fraught ways in which conflict becomes news, fiction or documentary."
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  • "Continuity"
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  • 0
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  • "en"
overview a en
  • "Roya is a resourceful young woman who is juggling with loans to pay back a large debt. With her gift of the gab and her determination to fight her way out, she finds herself at the top of a small ponzi scheme that promises to be lucrative, but very soon the mechanism seizes up and a sense of control gives way to anxiety. With a sense of narrative sequencing akin to his senior, Jafar Panahi (The Circle, Blood and Gold), Mahmoud Ghaffari portrays a protagonist hemmed in by a double straightjacket, one where social and gender inequality are inextricably intertwined. His character is neither a heroine nor the passive victim of a crushing system but warrior-like yet evanescent. Arguably, this determination, which draws its energy from despair, can be seen as an obligation incumbent on any filmmaker practising their art in today’s Iran: the obligation to fight up to the point where one’s very absence leaves a void full of meaning."
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  • "It's a Dream"
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  • null
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  • {"name":"Documentary","id":99}
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  • 0
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  • "en"
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overview a en
  • "Oriza Hirata is Japan's leading playwright and director, who runs his own theatrical company, Seinendan. Theatre 2 (Observational Film Series #4) examines the dynamic relationship between theatre and the society through depicting Hirata's activities. In order for his art and his not-so-commercial company to survive this highly capitalistic modern society, what kind of strategy does Hirata have and practice?"
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  • "Theatre 2"
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