Activity - 1,557 Changes

November 9, 2014
imdb_id a
  • "tt0198923"
runtime a en
  • 91
translations a
  • "en"
overview a en
  • "A millionaire,in love with an innocent girl,does not want to be loved for his money.So he asks his secretary to take his place and together they go to the heroine's desirable mansion...a heroine whose uncle happens to be wealthy too.So where's the problem?Although handicapped by horrible old-fashioned ditties (the title track) sung by the male lead which make the viewer put his fingers on his ears ,or use the fast forward button.\r © dbdumonteil"
original_title a
  • "Pour un sou d'amour"
general c
  • null
February 9, 2014
genres a
  • {"name":"Comedy","id":35}
runtime u en
  • 0
  • 90
spoken_languages a
  • ["fr"]
February 7, 2014
runtime u en
  • 0
  • 85
spoken_languages a
  • ["cs"]
overview a en
  • null
homepage a en
  • null
tagline a en
  • null
title a en
  • "Those Wonderful Movie Cranks"
translations a
  • "en"
February 6, 2014
releases a
  • {"iso_3166_1":"BE","release_date":"1978-11-09","certification":"","primary":true}
crew a
  • {"person_id":1266093,"department":"Directing","job":"Director"}
runtime u en
  • 146
  • 145
spoken_languages a
  • ["fr"]
imdb_id a
  • "tt0257890"
runtime a en
  • 146
translations a
  • "en"
overview a en
  • "\"’Magnum Begynasium Bruxellense’ is a living chronicle of the inhabitants of the Béguinage area of Brussels, so named because it is located over the site of the old béguinage. Conceived of as an encyclopaedic inventory, the film is composed of around 30 chapters interlinked like so many pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, or an anthill of numerous and overlapping galaxies. It unrolls itself in the spaces and cracks of a day, beginning at dawn and ending at night. Beginning: One day... A strange story came to me... I had just woken up from a long dream... End: I walked the length of the canal over the wet cobblestones with my eyes shut, between deep walls, under trees long ago defeated. It was winter. The sun blinded me. It did not warm me. I thought I was travelling towards death.\" (source: www.borislehman.be, translated at Argos)"
original_title a
  • "Magnum Begynasium Bruxellense"
general c
  • null
February 5, 2014
releases a
  • {"iso_3166_1":"BE","release_date":"1999-10-09","certification":"","primary":true}
spoken_languages a
  • ["nl"]
crew a
  • {"person_id":1290314,"department":"Directing","job":"Director"}
imdb_id a
  • "tt0219394"
runtime a en
  • 110
translations a
  • "en"
overview a en
  • "A celebrated Flemish writer, occupying a small apartment in a big Belgian city, which he uses as a working-place, witnesses how the inhabitants of a dead-end street try to fight the injustice of expropriation. IMDb"
original_title a
  • "Vergeten straat"
general c
  • null
People
name a en
  • "Luc Pien"
general c
  • null
releases a
  • {"iso_3166_1":"KR","release_date":"2013-10-05","certification":"","primary":true}
production_companies a
  • {"id":13022,"name":"Jeonju Film Festival"}
production_countries a
  • "ID"
production_countries a
  • "KR"
releases a
  • {"iso_3166_1":"KR","release_date":"2013-04-26","certification":"","primary":true}
genres a
  • {"name":"Comedy","id":35}
genres a
  • {"name":"Drama","id":18}
overview u en
  • "Legends abound on the Indonesian island of Sawai, but when a young woman arrives to find out more about a story her grandmother told her, no one knows a thing about Halimah who ran away from her husband to have an affair with the sailor Sukab. She does meet a young traveller called Sukab though.\r In this modest romance, almost documentary shots of village life are combined with the captivating beauty of jungle and sea. With a small walk-on for a squid.\r Edwin was invited to shoot this modern fairy tale by the film festival in the Korean city of Jeonju as part of the Jeonju Digital Project which in 2013 had the theme Strangers. IFFR"
  • "Legends abound on the Indonesian island of Sawai, but when a young woman arrives to find out more about a story her grandmother told her, no one knows a thing about Halimah who ran away from her husband to have an affair with the sailor Sukab. She does meet a young traveller called Sukab though. In this modest romance, almost documentary shots of village life are combined with the captivating beauty of jungle and sea. With a small walk-on for a squid. Edwin was invited to shoot this modern fairy tale by the film festival in the Korean city of Jeonju as part of the Jeonju Digital Project which in 2013 had the theme Strangers. IFFR"
spoken_languages a
  • ["id","en"]
crew a
  • {"person_id":1290251,"department":"Directing","job":"Director"}
runtime a en
  • 55
translations a
  • "en"
overview a en
  • "Legends abound on the Indonesian island of Sawai, but when a young woman arrives to find out more about a story her grandmother told her, no one knows a thing about Halimah who ran away from her husband to have an affair with the sailor Sukab. She does meet a young traveller called Sukab though.\r In this modest romance, almost documentary shots of village life are combined with the captivating beauty of jungle and sea. With a small walk-on for a squid.\r Edwin was invited to shoot this modern fairy tale by the film festival in the Korean city of Jeonju as part of the Jeonju Digital Project which in 2013 had the theme Strangers. IFFR"
original_title a
  • "Someone's Wife in the Boat of Someone's Husband"
general c
  • null
People
name a en
  • "Edwin"
general c
  • null
production_companies a
  • {"id":19839,"name":"Pimpaka Toriwa"}
production_companies a
  • {"id":19838,"name":"Extra Virgin"}
production_countries a
  • "TH"
releases a
  • {"iso_3166_1":"NL","release_date":"2014-01-28","certification":"","primary":true}
plot_keywords a
  • {"name":"rice","id":5329}
genres a
  • {"name":"Documentary","id":99}
overview u en
  • "In Thailand, rice is the basis of every meal. Little wonder then that the crop is praised in many ways. In this lyrical film, the rice cycle is given a musical accompaniment - from the moment the crop is planted in endless, moist fields beneath spectacular cloudy skies until the cooked rice is shared out in temples.\r A significant part of the film is dedicated to the harvest celebrations, at which men race on bulls and set off huge (and potentially deadly) homemade fireworks, and women swathed in gleaming, colourful fabrics and headpieces move seductively to hypnotic, drawn-out beats.\r There are songs praising the qualities of rice, songs about harvesting and preparing it - some simple, some accompanied by an exuberant film clip. And there are moments when the pace slackens - literally - when the images speak for themselves, in slow motion, and tell a story of deep-rooted traditions and affinity with the land that produces this celebrated foodstuff. IFFR"
  • "In Thailand, rice is the basis of every meal. Little wonder then that the crop is praised in many ways. In this lyrical film, the rice cycle is given a musical accompaniment - from the moment the crop is planted in endless, moist fields beneath spectacular cloudy skies until the cooked rice is shared out in temples. A significant part of the film is dedicated to the harvest celebrations, at which men race on bulls and set off huge (and potentially deadly) homemade fireworks, and women swathed in gleaming, colourful fabrics and headpieces move seductively to hypnotic, drawn-out beats. There are songs praising the qualities of rice, songs about harvesting and preparing it - some simple, some accompanied by an exuberant film clip. And there are moments when the pace slackens - literally - when the images speak for themselves, in slow motion, and tell a story of deep-rooted traditions and affinity with the land that produces this celebrated foodstuff. IFFR"
title a en
  • "The Songs of Rice"
spoken_languages a
  • ["th"]
crew a
  • {"person_id":1012286,"department":"Directing","job":"Director"}
imdb_id a
  • "tt3508872"
runtime a en
  • 75
translations a
  • "en"
overview a en
  • "In Thailand, rice is the basis of every meal. Little wonder then that the crop is praised in many ways. In this lyrical film, the rice cycle is given a musical accompaniment - from the moment the crop is planted in endless, moist fields beneath spectacular cloudy skies until the cooked rice is shared out in temples.\r A significant part of the film is dedicated to the harvest celebrations, at which men race on bulls and set off huge (and potentially deadly) homemade fireworks, and women swathed in gleaming, colourful fabrics and headpieces move seductively to hypnotic, drawn-out beats.\r There are songs praising the qualities of rice, songs about harvesting and preparing it - some simple, some accompanied by an exuberant film clip. And there are moments when the pace slackens - literally - when the images speak for themselves, in slow motion, and tell a story of deep-rooted traditions and affinity with the land that produces this celebrated foodstuff. IFFR"
original_title a
  • "Pleng khong kao"
general c
  • null
production_companies a
  • {"id":1373,"name":"Jürgen Brüning Filmproduktion"}
production_countries a
  • "DE"
production_countries a
  • "TH"
overview u en
  • "In a futurist world, the Thai kingdom has been transformed by ‘The Leader’ into 'the Realm of people who have done good deeds and earned merits'. It’s a nice place to be, even though the inhabitants are plagued by an indefinable nostalgia. In the old days, people could at least touch each other. Although the Realm has reached version 2.0, technical possibilities remain limited.\r This wondrous story of the future is interwoven with stories set in the present and past. According to Pansittivorakul, known for his independently-produced and taboo-breaking documentaries on homosexuality and politics, his first feature is science fiction, yet it is about today’s Thailand. For instance he criticises the need for religion and superstition.\r But in the end, this very idiosyncratic, homo-erotically charged essay is above all about time: ‘Time influences everything. The past has to do with the present, and the present is linked to the future.’ IFFR"
  • "In a futurist world, the Thai kingdom has been transformed by ‘The Leader’ into 'the Realm of people who have done good deeds and earned merits'. It’s a nice place to be, even though the inhabitants are plagued by an indefinable nostalgia. In the old days, people could at least touch each other. Although the Realm has reached version 2.0, technical possibilities remain limited. This wondrous story of the future is interwoven with stories set in the present and past. According to Pansittivorakul, known for his independently-produced and taboo-breaking documentaries on homosexuality and politics, his first feature is science fiction, yet it is about today’s Thailand. For instance he criticises the need for religion and superstition. But in the end, this very idiosyncratic, homo-erotically charged essay is above all about time: ‘Time influences everything. The past has to do with the present, and the present is linked to the future.’ IFFR"
title a en
  • "Supernatural"
spoken_languages a
  • ["th"]
releases a
  • {"iso_3166_1":"NL","release_date":"2014-01-24","certification":"","primary":true}
genres a
  • {"name":"Drama","id":18}
genres a
  • {"name":"Comedy","id":35}
genres a
  • {"name":"Science Fiction","id":878}
crew a
  • {"person_id":1176691,"department":"Directing","job":"Director"}
imdb_id a
  • "tt3508984"
runtime a en
  • 106
translations a
  • "en"
overview a en
  • "In a futurist world, the Thai kingdom has been transformed by ‘The Leader’ into 'the Realm of people who have done good deeds and earned merits'. It’s a nice place to be, even though the inhabitants are plagued by an indefinable nostalgia. In the old days, people could at least touch each other. Although the Realm has reached version 2.0, technical possibilities remain limited.\r This wondrous story of the future is interwoven with stories set in the present and past. According to Pansittivorakul, known for his independently-produced and taboo-breaking documentaries on homosexuality and politics, his first feature is science fiction, yet it is about today’s Thailand. For instance he criticises the need for religion and superstition.\r But in the end, this very idiosyncratic, homo-erotically charged essay is above all about time: ‘Time influences everything. The past has to do with the present, and the present is linked to the future.’ IFFR"
original_title a
  • "Nua dhamma chat"
general c
  • null
February 4, 2014
images u en
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  • {"poster":{"file_path":"/2dvsEUpn2tQkVPx8qQK9eMVdxqf.jpg","iso_639_1":"en"}}
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  • {"poster":{"file_path":"/2dvsEUpn2tQkVPx8qQK9eMVdxqf.jpg"}}
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  • {"poster":{"file_path":"/7O5Nj1ZDoHnVsVJNVshDba5ct03.jpg"}}
releases u
  • {"iso_3166_1":"GB","release_date":"2013-10-11","certification":"","primary":false}
  • {"iso_3166_1":"GB","release_date":"2013-10-10","certification":"","primary":false}
releases a
  • {"iso_3166_1":"CN","release_date":"2012-11-05","certification":"","primary":true}
releases a
  • {"iso_3166_1":"JP","release_date":"2012-10-23","certification":"","primary":true}
releases u
  • {"iso_3166_1":"NL","release_date":"2013-01-23","certification":"","primary":true}
  • {"iso_3166_1":"NL","release_date":"2013-01-22","certification":"","primary":false}
spoken_languages a
  • ["tl"]
genres a
  • {"name":"Horror","id":27}
production_companies a
  • {"id":16821,"name":"Filmless Films"}
production_companies a
  • {"id":19822,"name":"Be Movies Productions"}
production_countries a
  • "PH"
overview u en
  • "The Pinoy vampire - a bloodthirsty Aswang - stalks the streets of Quezon City in search of fresh victims while attempting to stay one step ahead of a dangerous human predator. Gruesome and grisly murders are our entry point into the psyche of the Aswang of Quezon City. More a meditation on the workings of a disturbed mind than a detective thriller, it nonetheless shows us a cat and mouse mind game. We watch and squirm in terror as the Pinoy vampire strikes again and again.\r © Mubi"
  • "The Pinoy vampire - a bloodthirsty Aswang - stalks the streets of Quezon City in search of fresh victims while attempting to stay one step ahead of a dangerous human predator. Gruesome and grisly murders are our entry point into the psyche of the Aswang of Quezon City. More a meditation on the workings of a disturbed mind than a detective thriller, it nonetheless shows us a cat and mouse mind game. We watch and squirm in terror as the Pinoy vampire strikes again and again. © Mubi"

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