The tentative romance between a gentle Madrid labourer and a working single mother becomes a struggle for survival when the woman’s violent boyfriend returns from prison, in the gritty, suspenseful debut feature from Spanish actor Raúl Arévalo.
A neurotic, young psychology student, with low self-esteem, has a chance encounter with a free-spirited, extremely gregarious woman who works at the Paris Health Club in New York City, and who suggests that they immediately get married to see how it will work out. Both of the student's parents are analysts, and they provide the happy couple with a gift certificate for a year of marriage counseling as a wedding present.
A journalist filming his 1st documentary when he meets CESAR MAYO, witness of the absolution of the murderer of his son. Cesar proposes that Iker film the preparation and execution of a revenge killing. Iker accepts with the goal of filming the preparation, but of stopping the crime before it actually takes place. Iker investigates the case of the murdered youth and the strange circumstances surrounding it. Meanwhile Cesar fine tunes his plan to manipulate the penal code to eliminate or at least minimize any punishment for the crime he is planning, so as to show how justice is an illusion. As he designs the plan to avenge himself on Fabian Arias, the alleged killer of his son, he uses the penal code and his plans for a legal defense to decide the form, timing and manner in which he will carry out his version of Justice.
All Ira Finkelstein wants for Christmas is...Christmas. Unfortunately, his parents are sending him to Florida to be with his Grandparents. Ira's spirit soars as he manages to land in Christmas Town, USA, instead.
Acústico MTV é um álbum de 2004 da banda brasileira Ira!. Foi o segundo projeto da banda pela MTV e primeiro disco lançado pela Arsenal Music. O disco traz as participações do cantor Samuel Rosa (líder do Skank), da cantora Pitty (em "Eu Quero Sempre Mais") e d'Os Paralamas do Sucesso (na canção "Envelheço na Cidade").
Lee Van Cleef stars as Talby, a sadistic gunfighter who rides into town and takes on a young outcast as his apprentice.
A dying scientist asks his son to travel to the past (contemporay present) to create the missing link between man and ape from several human beings. [info: Carlos Atanes. Movie has never been screened].
Set in Sri Lanka during the mid-1990s, August Sun tells three simultaneous stories against the backdrop of the country's savage civil war (1983 – 2009).
Such an inconsequential event - the unfortunate purchase of a package of cling film - reveals the character and behavior of a small group of individuals caught up in the chaos of today's society. Though it creates arguments and inner questioning, this event - and its various consequences - also creates bonds.
This album features live tracks from Ira's 200 concert in Sao Paulo. This is the first live album released by Ira!, one of Brazil's most popular rock bands. The 20-track repertoire is generous in its extensiveness, and the band sounds inspired. The bulk of the material here is drawn from Ira!'s first two albums. From their debut, De Mudança, which is now considered a landmark within Brazilian rock, there is the punk song "Coraçao" along with others such as "Tolices" (here with a folk music arrangement), "Longe de Tudo," "Como Os Ponteiros de Um Relógio," and a very fine version of "Núcleo Base." From the group's second album, Vivendo e Nao Aprendendo, there is the excellent "Dias de Luta" as well as "Envelheço Na Cidade," "Vitrine Viva," "Pobre Paulista," and "Gritos Na Multidao." The band's sweet breakthrough hit, "Flores Em Você," which at the time made it to the soundtrack of a popular TV series in Brazil, is of course also performed.
Djibi and Ange, two teenagers living on the streets, arrive at the Archipel, an emergency shelter in the heart of Paris. This documentary is a look at the Archipel, a shelter offering an innovative way to welcome families living on the streets.
We hear the first strike of young workers from Velib, the Parisian rental bike company. We hear them learning how to drive and organize a demonstration, with the typical language of working-classe areas. We see Paris in black and white, in early morning with only few people on the street, in a long and slow, never ending travelling from the outskirts to Velib headquarters in Neuilly.
Jane Ira Bloom - Early Americans