Real Women Have Curves – Real Women Have Curves

Real Women Have Curves - Real Women Have Curves

Real Women Have Curves – Real Women have Curves

  Actually, running for Ana (America Ferrera), daughter of a Mexican immigrant family in Los Angeles, fine. Because she has just graduated from high school and snag a scholarship at a college in New York. But the very best it seems to be that she met a nice boy.

Dumb only that Anas mother Carmen (Lupe Ontiveros), quite different plans for their daughter: According to the ideas of her mother she should learn to cook to marry and raise a whole flock of children. However, the are

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Real life is elsewhere

Real life is elsewhere
               Genre: Drama, Comedy
  While, in the long train journeys you often feel that life is taking place everywhere else, but not in its own compartment or near the tracks. Similarly, it appears the three protagonists of this film to go, sitting in one night in three different trains, and their starting station is Geneva, where they take trains gen Berlin, Marseille and Naples.

While in Geneva, although there is an unconscious combination of the two women and a man, so they go – after the camera has caught them

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Trailer – Real Time

Trailer - Real Time

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Jan and Jandl, or from real life

Jan and Jandl, or from real life
               Genre: Drama
  Sometimes, especially during an existential crisis, what happens is that certain words that are pushing forcefully into the consciousness of a tortured being, so that understanding and comfort to spend as they had been invented just for this. So it also was made the hero Stefan Zeiler’s feature film debut in Jan and Jandl, or from real life, a broken-poet, who in egomaniacal-sounding style on the lines of from my own song of the Austrian word setter Ernst Jandl (1925 — 2000) lurches along.

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The Real Life

The Real Life

The Real Life

  Suddenly, everything goes very quickly, a story as they are always behind the everyday news of mass layoffs and the impact of globalization hears: From one day to the next manager of Roland (Ulrich Noethen) sits on the street. Previously, he has hardly seen his family because he has toiled 14 hours a day, and then everything is over. The unexpected permanent presence of the breadwinner and his blind activism act as a catalyst to simmering conflicts and changes that lie behind the facade of respectability and the middle

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Real Blonde

Real Blonde

Real Blonde

  The trials and tribulations in their thirties in New York City are the subject of comedy by Tom DiCillo’s remarkable Real Blonde / The Real Blonde: Joe (Matthew Modine) is an unemployed actor who took a job as a waiter and finally yearns for a serious role. But instead he will play in a video clip of Madonna. His girlfriend Mary (Catherine Keener), however, is established as a makeup artist, and Joe Phlegmatismus more than just annoyed. No wonder that the sex lives of the two suffers from the loads. And Mary longs for

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