Broken Flowers – Cannes 2005

Broken Flowers - Cannes 2005

Broken Flowers – Cannes 2005

  With Jim Jarmusch, another vaunted auteur filmmakers will present his latest film at Cannes. For the fifth time Jarmusch’s Broken Flowers and his current work for Down by Law (representing 1986), Mystery Train (1989), Dead Man (1995), and Ghost Dog: The Way of the Samurai (1999) on the Croisette. And while the film also marks the renewed collaboration between the director and actor Bill Murray, was already in Coffee and Cigarettes a short spell.

Bill Murray plays Don, a bachelor, who is known

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Broken Flowers

Broken Flowers

Broken Flowers

  It’s already leaving a drama with the women, was barely Don Johnston (Bill Murray) from his current girlfriend (Julie Delpy), a new calamity is already in the house – in the form of a pink letter. Herein is reported the beleaguered anyway briefly and anonymously, that he should have a 19 years old son. Now, good advice is expensive. Luckily, Don has with his neighbor Winston (Jeffrey Wright), a very wise and understanding friend who advises him to visit the eligible ladies to ask discreetly and in an emergency to keep

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Monsieur Ibrahim and the Flowers of the Koran

Monsieur Ibrahim and the Flowers of the Koran

Monsieur Ibrahim and the Flowers of the Koran

  Actually, the teenager Moses (Pierre Boulanger) has his life ahead of him, but the reality is different. The boy’s mother made many years ago from the dust, his father (Gilbert Melki), meets him with a mixture of incomprehension and unfeeling authority. Moses leads the household, and when his father comes home, he earns more than disapproval and reprimands.

The only change in the grayness of everyday life are the prostitutes on the Rue Bleue, which he secretly watched from an

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Valley of Flowers

Valley of Flowers

Valley of Flowers

  For centuries one of the main trade routes between East and West, the Silk Road led through the middle of the mighty Himalayas. And it’s not just silk, which was carried on the trade routes, but also perfumes and spices, precious stones and various other rare goods. So much wealth and treasure contribute tempting, especially when the people in this sparsely populated and inhospitable region, barely able to feed themselves. And so stories and reports of the passing caravans, and identity thieves from the region,

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