Days and Clouds

Days and Clouds
               Genre: Drama
  The social decline, slipping in precarious living conditions and the related experience of existential distress – all this is now probably one of the biggest fears of the bourgeoisie in Central Europe. That specter that no deal only in Germany but also Italy is concerned, shows Silvio Soldini, the director of Bread and Tulips / Pane e Tulipani in his new film Days and Clouds / Giorni e Nuvole. And although the film is located in Genoa and the port city on the Riviera always brings into the picture

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Head in the Clouds

Head in the Clouds

Head in the Clouds

  It’s one of those encounters, fateful, and how they could not be better: The serious student, Guy Malyon (Stuart Townsend) from Ireland’s underclass, and the coquettish and very self-conscious aristocrats Bessé daughter Gilda (Charlize Theron) are not even at second glance one pair which fits well together. And yet it greatly between the two radios, Gilda and Guy can not easily forgotten. But all signs point to a storm, just as the Nazis in Germany have seized power, and Guy watched with excitement and concern

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Waiting for the Clouds

Waiting for the Clouds

Waiting for the Clouds

  Trebolu is a small fishing village in northeastern Turkey. From here it is just 100 kilometers to the border of the vast and menacing Soviet empire. It is sometime in the seventies and in Turkey, the mistrust runs deep against all dissenters. As the older sister died of villager Ayshe (Rüçhan Çaliskur), runs the old woman is always back. The ten year old Mehmet (Rýdvan Yagcý, however) who loves Ayshe fervently, is very concerned, because he loves nothing better than listening to their stories. Breaks when

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Waiting for the Clouds

Waiting for the Clouds

Waiting for the Clouds

  Trebolu is a small fishing village in northeastern Turkey. From here it is just 100 kilometers to the border of the vast and menacing Soviet empire. It is sometime in the seventies and in Turkey, the mistrust runs deep against all dissenters. As the older sister died of villager Ayshe (Rüçhan Çaliskur), runs the old woman is always back. The ten year old Mehmet (Rýdvan Yagcý, however) who loves Ayshe fervently, is very concerned, because he loves nothing better than listening to their stories. Breaks when

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