The Wind That Shakes the Barley

The Wind That Shakes the Barley

The Wind That Shakes the Barley

  Now comes the end of that film in our cinemas, which was awarded at this year’s Cannes Film Festival – surprising how often one could read in the press – with the coveted Palme d’Or. The jury headed by the Chairman of Wong Kar-Wai unanimously chose The Wind That Shakes the Barley, winner in the competition and the reason for this, among other things, that these political films have won prestigious awards at a professional audience perspective of the greatest compassion. Has borrowed the title of director

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Bab’Aziz – The Dance of the Wind

BabAziz - The Dance of the Wind

Bab’Aziz – The Dance of the Wind

  Since centuries ago, was constructed the Orient as opposed to a West as alien as such, oscillates the image of the western worlds, this artificially separated and united regions between irrational fear, and just as much fascination. Here in the fabulous fashion, architecture and literature is probably the most enduring moment, that governs alongside the modern, popular notions of Islamic fanatics of the imagination. Who is not a concept that inspired it, The Tales of the Thousand and one nights, entire

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When the wind touched the sand

When the wind touched the sand

As the wind touched the sand

  Water is the source of all life. Water keeps us alive. Humans can survive for weeks without food but only days without water. On this planet there are millions of people who have little or no access to water and therefore must die. Based on the novel by Marc Durin-Valois Chamelle the director Marion Hansel A moving drama about an African family in search of water has directed a film about survival and the hopelessness of a lost continent.

The movie tells the story of the village teacher Rahne

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The wind

The wind

The Wind

  The death of a family member is able at times to shake the rigid structures, to open closed outlook, and to transport the chance to make a different role with each other. Especially when pushing so long guarded secrets to light, as in the new film The Wind / El Viento the Argentine director Eduardo Mignogna.

A harsh, merciless wind shapes the atmosphere of this remote village on the southern tip of Patagonia, chaired by the venerable Frank (Federico Luppi) and his daughter Ema a simple country life. When she dies,

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Gone with the Wind – TV-Tip of the Week

Gone with the Wind - TV-Tip of the Week
               Genre: Drama, Love Story
  Almost seventy years before its premiere, this monumental epic, is one which remains most famous to the celebrated works of film history, has been cited numerous times and often parodied and lead its distinctive characters, not least because almost a life of its own beyond the drama seem to be: From Mushy based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell, was honored in 1937, one years after its publication, the Pulitzer Prize.

The familiar story of the so enchanting as crafty Scarlett

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The wind pulls its way

The wind pulls its way
               Genre: Drama
  The previous success story of this Italian drama and spectacle of nature began with performances at several international film festivals, where the wind takes its way with the audience as critics alike caused a sensation. Public attention has followed the path to an Independent Cinema in Milan, and the news of this cinematic gem spread over time and gave the low-budget production of a large and enthusiastic audiences in Italy and beyond. Now comes the award-winning story of Giorgio Diritti, who

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Gone with the Wind – TV-Tip of the Week

Gone with the Wind - TV-Tip of the Week

Gone with the Wind – TV-Tip of the Week

  Almost seventy years before its premiere, this monumental epic, is one which remains most famous to the celebrated works of film history, has been cited numerous times and often parodied and lead its distinctive characters, not least because almost a life of its own beyond the drama seem to be: From Mushy based on the novel by Margaret Mitchell, was honored in 1937, one years after its publication, the Pulitzer Prize.

The familiar story of the so enchanting as crafty Scarlett O’Hara

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The Wind That Shakes the Barley – Cannes 2006

The Wind That Shakes the Barley - Cannes 2006

The Wind That Shakes the Barley – Cannes 2006

  In the years following the failed Easter Rising of 1916 and especially after the end of World War II, the atmosphere in Ireland is dominated by explosive and tense. To the increasingly anti-British sentiment on the island to become master, are hastily volunteers – mostly veterans of the war just ended recruits – so as to act against Sinn Fein party and the Irish separatists and support the existing pro-British Police Force Royal Irish Constabulary (RIC) on. The Black and Tans, as the

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