The Boys in Company C (1978)
The Boys in Company C, directed by Sidney J. Furie, starring Stan Shaw, Andrew Stevens, Craig Wasson, James Canning, and Michael Lembeck, is a 1978 film about United States Marine Corps recruits preparing for duty, and their subsequent combat in the Vietnam War. It was among the first Vietnam War films to appear after the Vietnam Era, and was also the first role for R. Lee Ermey of Full Metal Jacket fame. The Boys in Company C is the first in Furie's Vietnam War motion picture trilogy, followed by 2001's Under Heavy Fire and 2006's The Veteran. The film was a co-production of Golden Harvest and Columbia Pictures, the latter originally handling theatrical distribution. It was filmed in The Philippines. Wasson plays guitar and sings the theme song "Here I Am", used within the film and over the end credits.
Unemployed Graduate (2014)
Velaiilla Pattadhari (English: Unemployed Graduate), popularly referred to as VIP, is a 2014 Indian Tamil-language comedy-drama film written, directed and filmed by Velraj, in his directorial debut. The film features Dhanush, Amala Paul in the lead roles, while Vivek, Saranya Ponvannan, Samuthirakani and Surbhi play supporting roles.
Dhanush, besides acting, producing and distributing the venture in association with Escape Artists Motion Pictures, also worked as the lyricist and album producer on the film's original soundtrack with composer Anirudh Ravichander, who also composed the film's background score. The film focuses on Raghuvaran, a graduate who is unemployed for four years, and how he gets a job, whilst successfully overcoming various obstacles before and after finding employment.
Principal photography commenced in August 2013 and was completed by May 2014, with the film being shot primarily in Chennai. The film was released on 18 July 2014, and received positive critical reception. The film grossed ₹ 190.8 million on its opening weekend and earned a worldwide collection ₹ 530 million during its lifetime run. The film was dubbed into Telugu as Raghuvaran B.Tech, which was released on 1 January 2015. A sequel to the film directed by Soundarya Rajinikanth was released in 2017.
Boggy Creek Monster (2016)
The legend of the Fouke Monster.
Caravaggio: The Soul and the Blood (2018)
An exciting and unsettling cinematic journey through the life, work and torments of Caravaggio. Light and shadow, contrasts and contradictions, genius and intemperance distinguish his existence and his art. A narrative and visual excursus, filmed in: Milan, Florence, Rome, Naples and Malta.
Good Luck (2017)
Filmed between a state-owned large-scale underground mine in the war-torn state of Serbia and an illegal mining collective in the tropical heat of Suriname, Good Luck is a visceral documentary portrait of hope and sacrifice in a time of global economic turmoil. Beginning with a 600 meter descent into the depths of the earth, Good Luck shines a flashlight onto the human face of labor in the time-warp’d working conditions of an underground state-owned mine in Serbia. The hiss of oxygen cuts through the diesel rumble, the walls of the office vibrate with explosions two levels below ; war-torn and half-forgotten, these miners’ physical struggle finds its mirror a continent away - in the tropical heat of an illegal Surinamese gold mine. The water pumps roar under the blinding sun ; silver liquid rolls across the hand of a Saramaccan Maroon as he adds mercury to dirt in a never-ending search for gold. Formed between dark and light, cold and heat, North and South, Good Luck immerses its viewer in the precarious natural and social environments of two distinct labor groups so as to better understand the bonds that men share. Here is the human foundation of capital, revealed.
Saat Uchakkey (2016)
Seven petty thieves come together to rob an old palace in Delhi. They manage to locate the treasure, but something stops them from stealing it.
The Gold Seekers (2017)
The Gold Seekers (Spanish: Los Buscadores) is a 2017 Paraguayan adventure film directed by Juan Carlos Maneglia and Tana Schembori. It is the follow-up to their 2012 film 7 Boxes. It was selected as the Paraguayan entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards, but it was not nominated.
Volverá El Polvo a La Tierra (2017)
After losing his wife, a man tries to replace her with a woman he has kidnapped.
Distorted is a 2018 American action mystery thriller film starring Christina Ricci and John Cusack.
In Passing (2011)
With her husband and son fighting on the front lines, a woman lives alone during the London Blitz.
Sor Ye-yé (1968)
Sor Ye Ye is a 1967 musical film. The movie is a co-production between Spain and Mexico, starring Hilda Aguirre, Manuel Gil and Enrique Guzmán. The movie is loosely based on the novel La hermana San Sulpicio.
Anacleto se divorcia (1950)
Anacleto se divorcia is a 1950 Mexican film. It stars Carlos Orellana.
A factory's guard has problems with his wife because of a co-worker's lies.
Naija Beta (2016)
Nigerian MIT undergrads head home for the summer to establish a robotics camp for high schoolers.
Inner Demons the Thrillogy (2013)
Three stories of the dark recesses of the human mind.
Boss is a 2006 Telugu romance film, produced by D. Siva Prasad Reddy on Kamakshi Movies banner and directed by V. N. Aditya. Starring Nagarjuna Akkineni, Nayantara, Poonam Bajwa, Shriya Saran in the lead roles and music composed by Kalyani Malik and Harry Anand. Cinematography for the movie was handled by Siva Kumar while editing was being handled by Marthand K. Venkatesh. The film was released on 27 September 2006. The film was dubbed into Malayalam with the same title and into Hindi as Yeh Kaisa Karz with Gopala Krishna changed to Gaurav Khanna.
A runner meets a mysterious woman who is in trouble.
Dicen que soy mujeriego (1949)
Dicen que Soy un Mujeriego ("They Say I am a Womanizer") is a 1949 Mexican comedy-drama film directed by Roberto Rodríguez. This Mexican film classic was made during the Golden Age of Mexican cinema. In this film, Mexican superstar, Pedro Infante co-starred with Golden Age Mexican super star Sara Garcia (“Mexico’s grandmother”) as Dona Rosa, as well as with Silvia Derbez as Flor and child star "La Tucita" María Eugenia Llamas (five years old at the time). In this comedy, Pedro Infante is Sara Garcia's (“Dona Rosa”) philandering grandson. Dona Rosa is a prominent rancher. She deeply loves Pedro, but is constantly trying to get him to behave – with no success. While Pedro is ever popular with the ladies, he has his eye on Flor (Silvia Derbez), the niece of a neighboring rancher. Flor flirts with him and plays him off against the disreputable saloon owner and town mayor, Pablo (Rodolfo Landa). Pablo tricks orphan Tucita into believing she is Pedro's daughter as a way to ruin Pedro's chances with Flor. Everyone is quick to believe that Pedro is Tucita's father. However, in the end, the plot is revealed and Pedro and Flor marry.
The Maus (2017)
A Muslim amulet causes a mysterious force to emerge from a forest in Bosnia and Herzegovina and terrorize a young couple.
King of Peking (2017)
A father and son travel to Chinese villages and screen Hollywood movies. When faced with losing custody of his son, the man starts making and selling bootleg DVDs.
8 Minutes Ahead (2017)
A successful Vancouver businessman returns home when he finds out his father is dying. Instead of making peace with him, he finds out that he has a half-brother and that his father has made a sudden change to his will. Now he must decide what he values most – money or family and what he is willing to do, to protect his money.
Faltas a la moral (1970)
After they find out their child suffers from a very serious illness, a desperate young couple try to protect the integrity of their family.
Let Me In (2017)
Family members lose their father to a violent murder in their house, but the murderer isn't caught. The family returns to the home years later, only to discover that the criminal was living in a hidden room the entire time.
Two Brazilian women try to survive in the favelas.
Home Team (2017)
A skilled soccer player from a poor village is traded to a big team in a city.
Art of Fighting (2006)
Art of Fighting is a 2006 South Korean action comedy drama film co-written and directed by Shin Han-sol. The film was released to Korean theaters on January 5, 2006 and had 1,313,727 tickets nationwide.
La Gallina Clueca (1941)
La gallina clueca is a 1941 Mexican film. It was directed by
Fernando de Fuentes.
Club Dead (2000)
Friends obsessed with Hollywood's hottest night spot make it inside with help from a friend. They have no idea that the undead are in charge of the club, and anyone who gets in doesn't come out alive.
Divorce French Style (2016)
A married French violinist accepts a marriage proposal from her conductor. She convinces her estranged husband to come to France for a quick divorce, but their time together in the city of love is more eventful than expected.
Syndicate Smasher (2017)
Mercenaries take on the Mafia, the yakuza, the Russian mob and the Chinese triads all at once.
Desideria: La vita interiore (1980)
A teenage girl attempts to kill herself when she discovers that she was adopted.
The Church (1989)
The Church (Italian title: La chiesa), also known as Cathedral of Demons or Demon Cathedral, is a 1989 Italian horror film directed by Michele Soavi. It was produced by Dario Argento with Mario Cecchi Gori and Vittorio Cecchi Gori, and written by Argento, Soavi, Franco Ferrini, Dardano Sacchetti, Lamberto and Fabrizio Bava. It stars Hugh Quarshie, Tomas Arana, Barbara Cupisti, Asia Argento, Feodor Chaliapin, Jr. and Giovanni Lombardo Radice.
The Church is considered as the official second sequel to the Dèmoni series. Although it was originally intended to be the third film in the series, the story has no direct thematic link with the first two parts, and therefore the 1991 horror film Dèmoni 3 (also known as Black Demons) is usually -and incorrectly- associated as the third film of the saga.
Mary Goes Round (2018)
Mary Goes Round is a 2017 Canadian drama film directed by Molly McGlynn. It was screened in the Discovery section at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
Splitting Image (2017)
Emma thinks she has found her soul mate, until her husband's twin brother returns and quickly becomes a danger to everyone around him.
Kirk Cameron: Connect (2018)
Smart phones have created a new parenting imperative: equipping kids to thrive in an ever-changing digital space while avoiding the dangers that come with social media. What Kirk Cameron learned from experts will challenge and encourage.
Kayak to Klemtu (2018)
A 14-year-old girl readies for a kayak trip along the shores of the Great Bear rainforest with her family to protest oil tanker traffic.
Doble venganza (1991)
After his family is brutally murdered by the most dangerous criminal in town, Jacino must meet his destiny.
Point B (2015)
Four graduate students in the physics department discover that their clean energy reactor is actually a crude teleportal.
La Última Noticia (2016)
A Peruvian radio host risks his life to report on clashes between police and militant guerillas.
Thrill Ride (2016)
When three kids sneak into Al Capone's rundown amusement park when they're searching for loot, the attractions come to life and take them on a wild and dangerous ride that is beyond all imagination.
Alternate Universe: A Rescue Mission (2016)
Orphaned sisters open a door to another world and discover their parents may be alive on the other side. But will the evil Verstag thwart the family's reunion?
Two friends from a London housing estate reunite when one of them faces a personal crisis.
Franck is currently in custody because he, along with his fellow activists, freed dogs from the cages of a vivisection lab. Facing police Officer Olivier Chartier, Franck desperately tries to figure out who betrayed him.
Ravens (Swedish: Korparna) is a 2017 Swedish thriller film directed by Jens Assur, based on the novel Korparna by Tomas Bannerhed.
Ghost Witch (2015)
Paranormal investigators research an urban legend about a murdered Native American girl.
Paws P.I. (2018)
A boy determined to save his father’s failing private detective business enlists the help of his pet dog and parrot… who talk! Together they will try to take down the town’s tyrannical tycoon who’s determined to stop a mansion from being turned into an animal rescue.
Autumn Stables (2018)
Autumn decides to sell her upstate New York horse ranch to Jake, who vows to make very few changes. When he begins to make huge renovations, two begin bicker. As they gradually begin to find common ground, they slowly start falling in love.
The 30 Day Rule (2018)
When four lifelong friends strike up a friendly bet to see who can go 30 days without sex, their lives take an unexpected and hilarious turn as each of them discover that this bet is not as easy as they thought. Terri Green takes us on a journey through her eyes as she watches her best-friends Derek, Barrett, and Tyson do everything in their power to win a bet that seems impossible once they get into the thick of it. In the end, friendship, love, sex, and loyalty come together in this hilarious romantic comedy like you have never seen before.
Ojukokoro: Greed (2017)
Ojukokoro: Greed, also known simply as Ojukokoro, is a 2016 Nigerian crime-heist comedy film starring an ensemble cast, which consists of Wale Ojo, Tope Tedela, Charles Etubiebi, Seun Ajayi, Shawn Faqua, Ali Nuhu, Somkele Iyamah, Emmanuel Ikubese and Afeez Oyetoro. It was written and directed by Dare Olaitan and produced by Olufemi D. Ogunsanwo.
When an undocumented transgender woman starts working in the sex trade to survive, her boyfriend gives her an ultimatum with unintended consequences.
Merle Hayden dedicates 80 years of his life crusading for the utopian movement Lawsonomy and preserving the legacy of its leader, Alfred Lawson. Merle's high school sweetheart, Betty Kasch, wishes Merle would devote himself to her instead.
Teraa Surroor (2016)
Tara enlists her ex-lover Raghu's help when she gets detained for smuggling drugs in Dublin. He then sets out to punish the person who framed her.
Things II (1996)
An author lures a pizza delivery girl into his home to tell her two terrifying stories.
Opopomoz is a 2003 Italian-French-Spanish animation film directed by Enzo D'Alò. It tells an unusual and curious Christmas story, set in a modern-day Naples, during the Christmas season.
The film was shot in two years, with a budget of about 10 million euro.
Chef's Special (2008)
Chef's Special (Spanish: Fuera de carta) is a Spanish film directed by Nacho García Velilla that centers on homosexuality and the decision to come out. It focuses on men who have had relationships with women to hide their own sexuality, to the point of even having kids. The film also deals with the theme of single parents. It stars Javier Cámara, Benjamín Vicuña, Lola Dueñas, and Fernando Tejero. The film premiered in Spain on April 11, 2008 and was a success in the box office, earning almost 1 million Euros in its first weekend and ending the year as the sixth highest-grossing Spanish film grossing 5,107,626.41 €. It received fourteen award nominations—including two Goya Awards—winning six of them. The critical reception was not as favorable, receiving negative reviews from important publications like El País, El Mundo, and ABC.
J-Men Forever (1979)
J-Men Forever, originally titled "The Secret World War", is a 1979 comedy film by Philip Proctor and Peter Bergman of the Firesign Theatre. The film is a pastiche using film clips from Republic serials, re-dubbed with comic dialog to tell a tale of world conquest by sex, drugs and rock and roll.
In the film, the Lightning Bug, embodied by garish villains from several serials, attempts to take over the world with rock and roll. He later adds sex and drugs when music alone doesn't work. He explains his changing appearance by saying, "I'm bringing all five of my costumes!" The Lightning Bug is voiced by legendary radio DJ M.G. Kelly (also called "Machine Gun" Kelly).
Peter Bergman plays The Chief and Philip Proctor plays Agent Barton. They appear in period-style black and white sequences that are used to frame the re-dubbed clips of car chases, explosions, flying men, sinister villains and villainesses, fights, and various other perils that are strung together in a somewhat incoherent plot.
Night Spot (1938)
Night Spot is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Christy Cabanne and written by Lionel Houser. The film stars Harry Parke, Allan Lane, Gordon Jones, Joan Woodbury and Lee Patrick. The film was released on February 25, 1938, by RKO Pictures.
Go Into Your Dance (1935)
Go into Your Dance is a 1935 musical film directed by Archie Mayo and starring Al Jolson, Ruby Keeler, Glenda Farrell, and Helen Morgan.
Jingle Bell Rocks! (2013)
Filmmaker Mitchell Kezin explores unusual and underappreciated alternatives to traditional Christmas tunes with hip-hop legend Joseph "Rev Run" Simmons, filmmaker John Waters, DJ/musicologist Dr. Demento, and others.
Hot Tip (1935)
Hot Tip is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Ray McCarey and James Gleason from a screenplay by Hugh Cummings, Olive Cooper, and Louis Stevens, based on William Slavens McNutt's short story, "Leander Clicks", which had been published in the August 1928 edition of Red Book Magazine. Gleason also starred in the film, along with ZaSu Pitts, Margaret Callahan, and Russell Gleason (James' son). It was released by RKO Radio Pictures on September 6, 1935.
Pontius Pilate (1962)
Pontius Pilate (Italian: Ponzio Pilato, French: Ponce Pilate) is an Italian drama film from 1962, directed by Gian Paolo Callegari and Irving Rapper, written by Oreste Biancoli, starring Jean Marais and Jeanne Crain. The film was known under the titles: "Ponce Pilate" (France), "Poncio Pilatos" (Spain), "Pontius Pilate" (UK / USA), "Pontius Pilatus – Statthalter des Grauens" (Germany). John Drew Barrymore played the characters of both Judas Iscariot and Jesus of Nazareth. The scenario was based mainly on the Gospel of John. The following biblical passages are quoted in the film: Matthew 27:11; Mark 15:2; Luke 23:1; John 18:33; 18:37; John 18:38; 19:9-11; Matthew 27:24; Deuteronomy 21:6-7; John 19:19-21; 19:22. This film takes a perspective on events surrounding the Passion of Jesus Christ by focusing on Pontius Pilate, the Procurator of Judea who condemned Him to death. Pilate is a man for whom nothing seems to go as planned. The film was produced in Italy. Realised on 15 February 1962.
Wide Awake (2007)
A lab researcher suspects sabotage when drug trials result in unexpected deaths.
Das Rauschen des Meeres (2010)
The Sound of the Sea is a 2010 short drama film directed by Ana Rocha Fernandes and Torsten Truscheit. It was filmed in 2009. The movie features Tyron Ricketts and Mayra Andrade, known to Capeverdeans as the greatest singer.
Heat and Sunlight (1987)
Heat and Sunlight is a 1987 independent film written, directed by and starring Rob Nilsson. It tells the story of a photojournalist who had worked in Biafra trying to patch up his relationship with his lover.
Asylum of the Damned, Columbia Tristar (2004), also known as Hellborn, CDA Entertainment, is a 2003 horror film written by Matt McCombs, directed by Philip J Jones and starring Matt Stasi and Bruce Payne.
Chingaari is a 2006 Indian Hindi film directed by Kalpana Lajmi. The film is based on the novel, The Prostitute and the Postman by Bhupen Hazarika. Film was Fourth Negative role of Mithun Chakraborty after Jallaad(1995), Elaan & Classic Dance of Love(2005).
A married reporter saves two children from death and meets a mystery woman somehow connected to assassins.
The Notorious Sophie Lang (1934)
The Notorious Sophie Lang is a 1934 American crime drama film.
The title character is a beautiful international jewel thief. As she returns to the United States after five years in Britain, detectives set a trap. The Notorious Sophie Lang is the first of three Sophie Lang pictures with Gertrude Michael, each with a different director. The others are The Return of Sophie Lang (1936), and Sophie Lang Goes West (1937).
Un ragazzo d'oro (2014)
A Golden Boy (Italian: Un ragazzo d'oro) is a 2014 Italian comedy-drama film written and directed by Pupi Avati. It won the Best Screenplay Award at the 2014 Montreal World Film Festival.
The Incident (1990)
The Incident is a 1990 American made-for-television drama film directed by Joseph Sargent and starring Walter Matthau and Harry Morgan which was originally broadcast on CBS on March 4, 1990. The film marked Matthau's return to television after over 20 years.
Sherlock Holmes (1916)
Sherlock Holmes is a 1916 American silent film starring William Gillette as Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes. The film, which was directed by Arthur Berthelet, was produced by Essanay Studios in Chicago. It was adapted from the 1899 stage play of the same name, which was based on the stories, "A Scandal in Bohemia," "The Final Problem," and A Study in Scarlet by Arthur Conan Doyle.
In the Name of the Pope King (1977)
In the Name of the Pope King or In nome del papa re is a 1977 Italian drama film written, and directed by Luigi Magni. Starring Nino Manfredi, it was not released in USA until 1986. The score was composed by Armando Trovajoli.
The Avenger (1931)
The Avenger is a 1931 American pre-Code Western directed by Roy William Neill, starring Buck Jones and Dorothy Revier. The film is loosely based on the exploits of legendary Mexican bandit Joaquin Murrieta, who, in the mid-19th century, went to California and, according to the legend, swore vengeance against Americans and began of a series of robberies in the mining country after being discriminated against by white men.
The Avenger was remade in 1942 as Vengeance of the West, directed by Lambert Hillyer and starring Bill Elliott and Tex Ritter.
Strategic Command (1997)
Strategic Command is a 1997 air hijack direct-to-video movie starring Michael Dudikoff and Richard Norton. Paul Winfield, Bryan Cranston and Stephen Quadros co-star.
Making Mr. Right (2008)
Uptight female magazine editor, Hallie Galloway (Christina Cox, Blood Ties), is the very definition of a successful woman. Ambitious, sharp, and focused, Hallie is close to the promotion that she's worked so hard to achieve. Everything is coming together for her professionally, but she's about to get a curve ball she didn't expect. In a modern-day reversal of My Fair Lady, Hallie makes a bet with her best friend that she can transform a scruffy con man (Dean Cain, Lois and Clark: The Adventures Of Superman) into her magazine's "Bachelor of the Year." A shave and a haircut later, he's revealed as a handsomely charming rogue. Hallie teaches him manners and etiquette, while he teaches her to live in the moment. As sparks fly, love sets out to conquers the class divide.
World for Ransom (1954)
World for Ransom is a 1954 American film directed by Robert Aldrich, who was uncredited for his work. Many of the actors and sets used in the film were from the Dan Duryea television show China Smith. Duryea, Patric Knowles, Gene Lockhart, Reginald Denny, and Nigel Bruce starred in the film. Aldrich and cinematographer Joseph Biroc also worked on the series.
Overheard 3 (2014)
Overheard 3 is a 2014 Hong Kong-Chinese crime-thriller film written and directed by Alan Mak and Felix Chong and starring Sean Lau, Louis Koo, Daniel Wu, Zhou Xun and Michelle Ye. It is a sequel to the 2011 film Overheard 2 in which Lau, Koo and Wu play different roles with a different storyline, but the key elements of the previous two films are kept. The film was released in China on 29 May 2014 and in Hong Kong on 5 June 2014.
Never Fear (1950)
Brand New 2K Restoration! Carol Williams (Sally Forrest, Not Wanted) is a beautiful young dancer whose body, and promising career, is suddenly crippled by polio. Carol’s dance partner and fiancé, Guy Richards (Keefe Brasselle, A Place in the Sun), wants to see her through her illness, but the angry, self-pitying Carol prefers to go it alone. Her father (Herb Butterfield, Shield for Murder) takes her to the Kabat-Kaiser Institute for rehabilitation, where she meets fellow patients like Len Randall (Hugh O’Brian, Ambush Bay) on her tough road to recovery. The second feature directed by Ida Lupino (The Hitch-Hiker), who herself had been stricken with polio as an adolescent, Never Fear is a psychologically probing look at coping with chronic illness. Co-written and co-produced by Lupino and her partner Collier Young (The Bigamist) and wonderfully shot in black-and-white by Archie Stout (Fort Apache).
Flight for Freedom (1943)
Flight for Freedom (aka Stand to Die) is a 1943 American drama film directed by Lothar Mendes and starring Rosalind Russell, Fred MacMurray and Herbert Marshall. Film historians and Earhart scholars consider Flight for Freedom an "a-clef" version of the Amelia Earhart life story, concentrating on the sensational aspects of her disappearance during her 1937 world flight. The film's ending speculated that the main character's disappearance was connected to a secret mission on behalf of the U.S. government.
Perfect Obedience (2014)
Perfect Obedience is a 2014 Mexican film directed by Luis Urquiza. It won the Grand Prix des Amériques, the main prize at the Montreal World Film Festival.
Rescue From Gilligan's Island (1978)
Rescue from Gilligan's Island is a 1978 made-for-television comedy film that continues the adventures of the shipwrecked castaways from the 1964–67 sitcom Gilligan's Island, starring Bob Denver and Alan Hale, Jr., and featuring all the original cast except Tina Louise. The film first aired on NBC as a two-part special on October 14 and October 21, 1978. The film has the characters finally being rescued after 15 years on the island. The film was directed by Leslie H. Martinson.
Dragoon Wells Massacre (1957)
Dragoon Wells Massacre is a 1957 American CinemaScope DeLuxe Color Western film directed by Harold D. Schuster starring Barry Sullivan, Dennis O'Keefe, Mona Freeman and Katy Jurado.
Moon Shadow (1995)
Colpo di Luna is a 1995 Italian drama film written and directed by Alberto Simone. It won a David di Donatello for Best New Director. It was released in the US in 2000 under the name Moon Shadow. It was entered into the 45th Berlin International Film Festival where it won an Honourable Mention.
A Lesson in Love (1954)
A Lesson in Love (Swedish: En lektion i kärlek) is a 1954 Swedish comedy film directed by Ingmar Bergman.
The film is about the marriage of a gynecologist named David and his wife Marianne. The film's score was composed by Dag Wirén.
A distraught former customer (Simon Yam) threatens to expose a fortuneteller (Anthony Wong) as a fraud.
Daughter of the Mind (1969)
Daughter of the Mind is a 1969 American made-for-television horror-thriller film starring Don Murray, Ray Milland and Gene Tierney. It was first broadcast on ABC on December 9, 1969 as the ABC Movie of the Week.
The 27th Day (1957)
The 27th Day is a 1957 American black-and-white science fiction film from Columbia Pictures, produced by Helen Ainsworth, directed by William Asher, that stars Gene Barry, Valerie French, George Voskovec, and Arnold Moss. The screenplay by John Mantley is based on his 1956 original science fiction novel of the same name.
Dollar is a 1938 Swedish comedy film directed by Gustaf Molander and starring Ingrid Bergman, Georg Rydeberg and Tutta Rolf.
The film's art direction was by Arne Åkermark.
The Murder of Dr. Harrigan (1936)
The Murder of Dr. Harrigan is a 1936 American mystery film directed by Frank McDonald and written by Peter Milne and Sy Bartlett. The film stars Ricardo Cortez, Kay Linaker, John Eldredge, Mary Astor, Joseph Crehan and Frank Reicher. The film was released by Warner Bros. on January 11, 1936.
MP3: Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar (2007)
MP3: Mera Pehla Pehla Pyaar is a Bollywood film starring Ruslaan Mumtaz and Hazel Crowney in the lead roles. It was written and directed by Robby Grewal.
The Secret of Madame Blanche (1933)
The Secret of Madame Blanche is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Charles Brabin and written by Frances Goodrich and Albert Hackett. The film stars Irene Dunne, Lionel Atwill, Phillips Holmes, Una Merkel and Douglas Walton. The film was released on February 3, 1933, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Lumière d'été (1943)
Lumière d'été is a 1943 French drama film directed by Jean Grémillon.
The Seventh Victim (1943)
The Seventh Victim is a 1943 borderline horror and film noir starring Tom Conway, Jean Brooks, Isabel Jewell, Kim Hunter (in her first film), and Hugh Beaumont, written by DeWitt Bodeen and Charles O'Neal, directed by Mark Robson, and produced by Val Lewton for RKO Radio Pictures. The film focuses on a young woman who stumbles upon an underground cult of devil worshippers in Greenwich Village while searching for her missing sister.
A deranged cannibal (Bill Oberst Jr.) terrorizes a group of students (Lydia Chandler, Jade Arnold) trekking through a remote swamp.
Follies Girl (1943)
Follies Girl is a 1943 American musical comedy film directed by William Rowland and starring Wendy Barrie, Doris Nolan and Gordon Oliver. It was made by the poverty row studio Producers Releasing Corporation. Much of the film takes place in or around a burlesque house. It was the final film appearance of Barrie apart from a cameo role in It Should Happen to You.