I Spit on Your Grave

I Spit on Your Grave

           I Spit on Your Grave
               Genre: Horror
               Remake, torture, revenge, murder, rape
    “I Spit on Your Grave” is a remake of the controversial “Day of the Woman” from the year 1978, the 1980 under the title “I Spit on Your Grave” was released again. The U.S. film critic described the original icon as “a nauseating piece of garbage … morbid, reprehensible and despicable “. In most countries, the original then landed on the index. What is in a film that provokes such reactions? The writer Jennifer Hills decides the summer in a small country house to spend. There she is attacked by four men who raped and tortured (the rape scene was shown in great detail in the original). Jennifer decides to take revenge on their tormentors and kill each of them on brulaste way.   Title: I Spit on Your Grave Country of production: USA Production year: 2010

Your name is Justine

Your name is Justine

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Trailer – Right at Your Door

Trailer - Right at Your Door

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Trip – Remix Your Experience

Trip - Remix Your Experience

Trip – Remix Your Experience

  At first glance read the description to Trip – Remix Your Eperience more like an announcement of a mega-event as an added extraordinary film. There is talk of an “audiovisual work of art”, is contributed to the total of 33 different filmmakers. 33 filmmakers realize a film that itself has run only 74 minutes? How do we pay? It’s simple: Trip – Remix Your Experience consists of four films, which can be viewed simultaneously using a split-screen process on the screen. Surrounded, the four feature films

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Trailer – And When Did You Last See Your Father?

Trailer - And When Did You Last See Your Father?

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Trailer – Right at Your Door (DVD)

Trailer - Right at Your Door (DVD)

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Play Your Own Thing – A Story of Jazz in Europe

Play Your Own Thing - A Story of Jazz in Europe

Play Your Own Thing – A Story of Jazz in Europe

  Julian Benedict has made it into the movie business a reputation as a compassionate documentarian of jazz. His films on the legendary Blue Note jazz label, Jazz Seen through the eyes of jazz William Claxton, one of the beeeindruckendsten documentary about a type of music, whose influence is as vast as the measure of their underestimation. In his new film, Play Your Own Thing – A Story of Jazz in Europe followed Julian Benedict now the way of jazz through Europe, meets with the protagonists

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Take your life

Take your life

Take your life

  Carpe Diem! This maxim accompanied Sabine Michel’s first feature film, which is traveling, who was born in Dresden, a director in the province of Lausitz and turns a quirky comedy about the unusual inhabitants of Dunkelhäuser. The kind of ironic humor that is dark and overcast at the same time – this is the 36-year-old filmmaker, very familiar.

“Carpe Diem!” is also the message that leaves the Pole Krystoph as a farewell letter (Grzegorz Malecki), after he hanged himself in a barn in Dunkelhäuser. Previously,

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Open your eyes

Open your eyes

Open your eyes

  The young Madrilene César (Eduardo Noriega) has it all, what can you ask for as a young man in his life: He is rich thanks to an inheritance and can lead a financially independent life, he looks good and changes his bed mates with remarkably high frequency and is well no other child of sadness. Just now he has his ex-lover Nuria (Najwa Nimri) extravaganzas disappeared and is, for the first time in his life seriously in love with a woman – Sofia (Penélope Cruz) is the chosen one. But their happiness proves to be fragile,

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Right at Your Door

Right at Your Door

Right at Your Door

  1973 George A. Romero was in The Crazies, an American small town in ruins by microbiologically contaminated drinking water to madness and he used this setting for a description of the reckless actions of the military against its own people. The risk of erosion of the existing order is not manifested itself more than ever in science fiction productions of the sixties, in the form of an external enemy, which was collectively move the body, but was diffusely identified in its own ranks. This was not least the result

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