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Ship of Fools (1965) Trailer. Le Rêve de Cassandre. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Le Rêve de Cassandre (Cassandra's Dream) est un film américano-britanno-français réalisé par Woody Allen, sorti le en France, soit plusieurs mois avant sa sortie américaine. Synopsis[modifier | modifier le code] Deux frères de condition modeste vivent au-dessus de leurs moyens. Ils achètent pourtant un bateau appelé Le rêve de Cassandre. L'un des frères, garagiste, est dominé par le démon du jeu, l'autre fréquente une superbe actrice auprès de laquelle il se fait passer pour un riche fils de famille, en empruntant au besoin des voitures de luxe au garage de son frère.

Peu à peu, leur situation financière devient très précaire et ils engagent même l'argent de leurs parents. Fiche technique[modifier | modifier le code] Titre original : Cassandra's DreamRéalisation : Woody AllenScénario : Woody AllenDirecteur de la photographie : Vilmos ZsigmondMusique originale : Philip GlassDistribution : France : TFM DistributionProduction : Daniel Wuhrmann. Vicky Cristina Barcelona. Vicky Cristina Barcelona is a 2008 romantic comedy-drama film written and directed by Woody Allen. The plot centers on two American women, Vicky (Rebecca Hall) and Cristina (Scarlett Johansson), who spend a summer in Barcelona where they meet an artist, Juan Antonio (Javier Bardem), who is attracted to both of them while still enamored with his mentally and emotionally unstable ex-wife María Elena (Penélope Cruz).

The film was shot in Spain in Barcelona, Avilés and Oviedo, and was Allen's fourth consecutive film shot outside of the United States. The film premiered at the 2008 Cannes Film Festival, then received a rolling worldwide general release that started on August 15, 2008, in the U.S., and continued in various countries until its June 2009 release in Japan.[4] The film was nominated for four Golden Globe Awards, including nominations for Bardem, Hall and Cruz in the Actor, Actress and Supporting Actress categories, and won the award for Best Motion Picture - Musical or Comedy. La Vie en Rose (film) La Vie en Rose (French pronunciation: ​[la vi ɑ̃ ʁoz], literally Life in Pink (with the figurative meaning "life through rose colored glasses"); released in France as La Môme, referring to Piaf's nickname "La Môme Piaf" (meaning "baby sparrow, birdie, little sparrow"), is a 2007 French-Canadian biographical musical film about the life of French singer Édith Piaf co-written, and directed by Olivier Dahan.

Marion Cotillard stars as Piaf. The title La Vie en Rose comes from Piaf's signature song. The film won five Césars, including one for Best Actress, and Cotillard won an Academy Award for her performance, marking the first time an Oscar had been given for a French-language role. She is also the first French actress to win a Comedy or Musical Golden Globe for a foreign language role. La Vie en Rose became one of the only French films to win more than one Oscar; the other being for Makeup. Years later, Édith's father returns for her. Other awards include: The Royal Tenenbaums. The Royal Tenenbaums is a 2001 American comedy-drama film directed by Wes Anderson and co-written with Owen Wilson.

The film stars Danny Glover, Gene Hackman, Anjelica Huston, Bill Murray, Gwyneth Paltrow, Ben Stiller, Luke Wilson, and Owen Wilson. Plot[edit] Royal Tenenbaum explains to his three children, Chas, Margot, and Richie, that he and his wife, Etheline, are separating. Each of the Tenenbaum children achieved great success at a very young age. Twenty-two years later, Royal is kicked out of the hotel he has been living in. Given the news that Etheline is considering marrying Henry, Royal devises a plan to convince Etheline that he has stomach cancer in order to win her and his children's affections back. Eli, with whom Margot has been having an affair, tells her that Richie loves her. Henry investigates Royal's cancer claim and discovers the hospital had closed years before, his doctor is fake, and that his cancer medication is just Tic Tacs.

Cast[edit] Production[edit] Rashomon. The film is known for a plot device which involves various characters providing alternative, self-serving and contradictory versions of the same incident. The name of the film refers to the enormous city gate of Kyoto.[1] Although the film was released to only a small number of cinemas internationally, Rashomon introduced Kurosawa and the Japanese film to Western audiences. It is considered a masterpiece and has won numerous awards, including the Golden Lion at the Venice Film Festival, and an Academy Honorary Award at the 24th Academy Awards.

Plot[edit] The film opens on a woodcutter (木樵り; Kikori, played by Takashi Shimura) and a priest (旅法師; Tabi Hōshi, Minoru Chiaki) sitting beneath the Rajōmon city gate to stay dry in a downpour. The bandit's story[edit] Tajōmaru (Toshiro Mifune), a notorious brigand, claims that he tricked the samurai to step off the mountain trail with him and look at a cache of ancient swords he discovered. The wife's story[edit] The samurai's story[edit] Climax[edit] Double Dare (film) Double Dare is a 2004 documentary film about stuntwomen, specifically Jeannie Epper and Zoë Bell, directed by Amanda Micheli.

The documentary follows Epper and Bell over several years, Epper from 1997 and Bell from the end of Xena: Warrior Princess in 2001, to 2003.[1] The film begins with Bell finishing her work on Xena and Epper searching for continuing work in Hollywood despite her age, even considering liposuction before forgoing cosmetic surgery. Xena ends its run and Bell struggles with what to do next in her career. Meanwhile, Epper negotiates to have a women's category included in the Taurus World Stunt Awards (also called the World Stunt Awards). Bell is invited to the United States for a Xena convention. Eventually Bell begins filming for Kill Bill Vol. 1; the documentary shows her working on the fight between Beatrix Kiddo (Thurman) and O-Ren Ishii (Lucy Liu) and her bodyguards, as well as several other fight scenes.

Blade Runner. All Critics (96) | Top Critics (18) | Fresh (87) | Rotten (9) | DVD (30) This is perhaps the only science-fiction film that can be called transcendental. As a display terminal for the wizardry of Designers Lawrence G. Paull, Douglas Trumbull and Syd Mead, the movie delivers. This definitive print should be the last little push that "Blade Runner" needs to complete its 25-year journey from box office failure to cult favorite to full-blown classic. The film still represents the cutting edge of dark science fiction. Blade Runner: The Final Cut plays better now than ever. Open the champagne: Blade Runner is finally just the way Ridley Scott wanted it. They all plod along while sometimes dazzling, sometimes boring special effects whiz by and Ford's climactic confrontation with Hauer approaches. A motion picture masterpiece on the short list of Reasons Why This Medium is Worthwhile.

[VIDEO] Blade Runner is one of the most enigmatic yet problematic science fiction films ever made. January 4, 2008. Boys Don't Cry (film) Boys Don't Cry is a 1999 American independent romantic drama film directed by Kimberly Peirce and co-written by Andy Bienen. The film is a dramatization of the real-life story of Brandon Teena, a trans man played in the film by Hilary Swank, who is beaten, raped and murdered by his male acquaintances after they discover he is anatomically female.

The picture explores the themes of freedom, courage, identity and empowerment. The film was distributed by Fox Searchlight Pictures and was released theatrically in October 1999. Brandon Teena (Hilary Swank) is a young female-to-male non-operative transgender man, whose birth name was Teena Ray Brandon. When Brandon is discovered to be anatomically female by the brother of a former girlfriend, he becomes the target of physical threats.

Not long after, he is involved in a bar fight and is evicted from his cousin's trailer. One evening, John and Tom get drunk, and decide to kill Brandon. The next morning, Lana wakes up on Brandon's dead body. Is not available. 21 Grams is a 2003 American drama film directed by Mexican director Alejandro González Iñárritu and written by Guillermo Arriaga. It stars Sean Penn, Naomi Watts, Danny Huston, Charlotte Gainsbourg, and Benicio del Toro. Like Arriaga's and González Iñárritu's previous film, Amores perros (2000), 21 Grams interweaves several plot lines, around the consequences of a tragic automobile accident. Penn plays a critically ill academic mathematician, Watts plays a grief-stricken mother, and del Toro plays a born-again Christian ex-convict whose faith is sorely tested in the aftermath of the accident. 21 Grams is presented in a non-linear arrangement where the lives of the characters are depicted before and after the accident.

The three main characters each have 'past', 'present', and 'future' story threads, which are shown as non-linear fragments that punctuate elements of the overall story, all imminently coming toward each other and coalescing as the story progresses. Title[edit] Plot[edit] La Bête humaine Streaming. Date de sortie 1938 Réalisé par Jean Renoir Avec Jean Gabin, Simone Simon, Fernand Ledoux Genre Drame, Vieux Films Nationalité Français Vues 5348 Fois Date d'ajout Le 18.05.13 Merci de signaler les liens morts ou les Erreurs via un commentaire. A Better Tomorrow. A Better Tomorrow (Chinese: 英雄本色; Jyutping: Jing1 hung4 bun2 sik1; literally "True Colors of a Hero") is a 1986 Hong Kong crime film directed by John Woo and starring Chow Yun-fat, Ti Lung and Leslie Cheung.[2] The film had a profound influence on the Hong Kong film-making industry, and later on an international scale.

Although it was produced with a tight budget and was relatively unknown until it went on screen (due to virtually no advertising), it broke Hong Kong's box office record and went on to become a blockbuster in Asian countries. It is highly regarded, ranking at #2 of the Best 100 Chinese Motion Pictures. Its success also ensured the sequel A Better Tomorrow 2, also directed by Woo, and A Better Tomorrow 3: Love & Death in Saigon, a prequel directed by Tsui Hark. Plot[edit] Ho has a younger brother, Kit (Leslie Cheung), who aspires to become a police officer. Ho is sent to Taiwan by the boss to complete a deal. Ho is released from prison three years later. Cast[edit] Beast Cops. Plot[edit] Soon, however, Tung's squad is assigned a new Commanding Officer in the form of Lieutenant Michael Cheung (Michael Wong - no relation to Anthony), a no-nonsense, tough as nails cop who was transferred for having punched out his own previous Commanding Officer.

In an attempt to keep tabs on Cheung and similarly introduce him to their precinct Tung takes Cheung to the disco owned by Fai. There, Cheung meets a madam named Yoyo (whose name in dubbed version is sometimes given as Yo-Yo Ma), who is also Fai's moll. Angry and upset that Fai left on such short notice without her, Yoyo accepts Cheung's overture and the two soon find themselves genuinely in love. In the meantime Fai's eager underling, Push-pin, moves himself into Fai's role and attempts to force Yoyo to peddle customers drugs through her escorts. Yoyo refuses, an action which results in Push-Pin slapping her across the face. Things come to a head when Fai returns to town and learns that Yoyo is seeing Cheung.

Cast[edit] The Bride with White Hair. The Bride with White Hair is a 1993 Hong Kong film directed by Ronny Yu, starring Brigitte Lin and Leslie Cheung. The film's main character, Lian Nichang, is loosely based on the protagonist of Liang Yusheng's novel Baifa Monü Zhuan, which had earlier served as source material for the 1982 film Wolf Devil Woman. However, Yu saw the film as a Romeo and Juliet story and said that the lovers' struggle against fate and their heroic duty inspired him more than the familiar trappings of most martial arts adventure films.[2] As such, the film departs significantly from the original source. A sequel, The Bride with White Hair 2, directed by David Wu, was released later in the same year. Plot[edit] Zhuo Yihang was raised by Taoist Ziyang of the Wudang Sect and groomed to become a young chivalrous swordsman. He is placed in command of a coalition army formed by the eight major orthodox martial arts sects, which aims to prevent an evil cult from infiltrating China.

Cast[edit] References[edit] Lone Wolf and Cub. Lone Wolf and Cub (子連れ狼, Kozure Ōkami?) Is a manga created by writer Kazuo Koike and artist Goseki Kojima. First published in 1970, the story was adapted into six films starring Tomisaburo Wakayama, four plays, a television series starring Yorozuya Kinnosuke, and is widely recognized as an important and influential work. Lone Wolf and Cub chronicles the story of Ogami Ittō, the Shogun's executioner who uses a dōtanuki battle sword. Disgraced by false accusations from the Yagyū clan, he is forced to take the path of the assassin.

Along with his three-year-old son, Daigorō, they seek revenge on the Yagyū clan and are known as "Lone Wolf and Cub". Plot summary[edit] Ogami Ittō, formidable warrior and a master of the suiō-ryū swordsmanship, serves as the Kogi Kaishakunin (the Shōgun's executioner), a position of high power in the Tokugawa Shogunate. The one-year-old Daigorō is given a choice by his father: a ball or a sword. Characters[edit] Ogami Ittō (拝 一刀?)

Media[edit] Manga[edit] Films[edit] 2001 a space odyssey. Sailor et Lula. Un article de Wikipédia, l'encyclopédie libre. Sailor et Lula (Wild at Heart) est un film américain de David Lynch sorti en 1990. Synopsis[modifier | modifier le code] Sailor (Nicolas Cage) et Lula (Laura Dern) s'aiment d'un amour fou, total, absolu. Mais ils doivent échapper à la mère psychopathe de la jeune femme, Marietta (Diane Ladd) qui s'oppose à cette liaison. Fiche technique[modifier | modifier le code] Distribution[modifier | modifier le code] Nicolas Cage (VF : Yves Beneyton) : Sailor RipleyLaura Dern (VF : Rafaele Moutier) : Lula Pace FortuneDiane Ladd : Marietta Pace FortuneWillem Dafoe (VF : Lionel Henry) : Bobby PeruIsabella Rossellini (VF : Evelyne Selena) : Perdita DurangoHarry Dean Stanton : Johnnie FarragutJ.E. Production[modifier | modifier le code] Réception[modifier | modifier le code] Accueil critique[modifier | modifier le code] Box-office[modifier | modifier le code] Distinction[modifier | modifier le code] Récompense[modifier | modifier le code]

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