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Vacas

Vacas is a 1992 Spanish film, written and directed by Julio Medem. The film stars Carmelo Gomez, Emma Suarez, Ana Torrent, and Karra Elejalde. An eerie family saga set in rural Basque Country, the cryptic film follows the intertwined story of thr ...

                                               

Morocco (film)

Morocco is a 1930 American pre-Code romantic drama film directed by Josef von Sternberg and starring Gary Cooper, Marlene Dietrich, and Adolphe Menjou. Based on the novel Amy Jolly by Benno Vigny and adapted by Jules Furthman, the film is about a ...

                                               

The Sheltering Desert

The Sheltering Desert is a 1992 drama film directed by Regardt van den Bergh and starring Jason Connery, Rupert Graves and Joss Ackland. The film was a co-production between Ireland, South Africa and the United Kingdom. It is listed in the movie ...

                                               

Three Women

3 Women, a 1977 American film directed by Robert Altman Three Women 1936 film or Girl Friends, a Soviet film directed by Lev Arnshtam Three Women 1924 film, an American film directed by Ernst Lubitsch Three Women 1952 film, a French film directed ...

                                               

Class Action (film)

Class Action is a 1991 American legal drama film directed by Michael Apted. Gene Hackman and Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio star; Laurence Fishburne, Colin Friels, Fred Dalton Thompson, and Donald Moffat are also featured. The film was entered into ...

                                               

Memento Mori (film)

Memento Mori is a 1999 South Korean horror film, and the second installment of the Whispering Corridors film series. It is a sequel to 1998s Whispering Corridors, and is also set in an all-girls high school, but the films are otherwise unrelated. ...

                                               

Meridian: Kiss of the Beast

Meridian: Kiss of the Beast, also known as The Ravaging, is a 1990 horror film and romance film produced and directed by Charles Band. It starred Sherilyn Fenn, Malcolm Jamieson, Hilary Mason and Charlie Spradling.

                                               

Necessary Roughness (film)

Necessary Roughness is a 1991 American sport comedy film directed by Stan Dragoti, his final film. The film stars Scott Bakula, Hector Elizondo, Robert Loggia, and Harley Jane Kozak. Co-stars include Larry Miller, Sinbad, Jason Bateman, Kathy Ire ...

                                               

Last Exit to Brooklyn (film)

Last Exit to Brooklyn is a 1989 German-British drama film directed by Uli Edel and adapted by Desmond Nakano from Hubert Selby Jr.s novel of the same title.

                                               

Uranus (film)

Uranus is a 1990 French comedy-drama film with Gerard Depardieu about post-World War II recovery in a small French village, as the controlling French Communist Party tries to dispose of Petain loyalists. It was directed and written by Claude Berr ...

                                               

Havana (film)

Havana is a 1990 American drama film starring Robert Redford, Lena Olin, Alan Arkin and Raul Julia, directed by Sydney Pollack with music by Dave Grusin. The films plot concerns Jack Weil, an American professional gambler who decides to visit Hav ...

                                               

Goodbye, Boys

Goodbye, Boys is a 1964 Soviet drama film directed by Mikhail Kalik. The film was based on Boris Balters short fiction Goodbye, Boys published in 1962

                                               

Mountains of the Moon (film)

Mountains of the Moon is a 1990 biographical film depicting the 1857–58 journey of Richard Francis Burton and John Hanning Speke in their expedition to Central Africa which culminated in Spekes discovery of the source of the Nile River and led to ...

                                               

Nikolai Vavilov (film)

Nikolai Vavilov is a 1990 6-part biographical television film. Joint production of the USSR and Germany. Biopic devoted to the history of the life of Soviet biologist, academician Nikolai Vavilov.

                                               

Popeye (film)

Popeye is a 1980 American musical comedy film directed by Robert Altman and distributed by Paramount Pictures. It is based on E. C. Segars comics character of the same name. It was written by Jules Feiffer and stars Robin Williams as Popeye the S ...

                                               

Madhouse (1990 film)

Madhouse is a 1990 American comedy film starring Kirstie Alley and John Larroquette. Written and directed by Tom Ropelewski, it was produced by Leslie Dixon and released by Orion Pictures.

                                               

Sphinx (film)

Sphinx is a 1981 American adventure film directed by Franklin J. Schaffner and starring Lesley-Anne Down and Frank Langella. The screenplay by John Byrum is based on the 1979 novel of the same name by Robin Cook.

                                               

Paperhouse (film)

Paperhouse is a 1988 British dark fantasy film directed by Bernard Rose. It was based on the novel Marianne Dreams by Catherine Storr. The film stars Ben Cross, Glenne Headly and Gemma Jones. The original novel was the basis of a six-episode Brit ...

                                               

Torrents of Spring (film)

Torrents of Spring is a 1989 British-French-Italian drama film written and directed by Jerzy Skolimowski and starring Timothy Hutton, Nastassja Kinski and Valeria Golino. It is based on the novel of the same name by Ivan Turgenev. Set in 1840, th ...

                                               

Cheetah (1989 film)

Cheetah, also known as Cheetah and Friends, is a 1989 American family drama film from Walt Disney Pictures starring Keith Coogan and Lucy Deakins. This motion picture was loosely based on Alan Caillous novel The Cheetahs. It was shot in Nairobi, ...

                                               

Loverboy (1989 film)

Randy Bodek is a rebellious college slacker, living with his girlfriend Jenny Gordon. His father, furious over Randys lack of direction or work ethic, forces Randy to come back home and get a job. Randy eventually finds work as a pizza delivery d ...

                                               

Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District (film)

Lady Macbeth of the Mtsensk District is a 1989 Soviet drama film directed by Roman Balayan, based on the eponymous novella by Nikolai Leskov.

                                               

Pilots (film)

Pilots is a 2000 Indian Malayalam-language drama film written and directed by Rajiv Anchal and produced by Menaka under Revathy Kalamandhir. Starring Suresh Gopi, Sreenivasan, and Praveena.

                                               

The 'Burbs

The Burbs is a 1989 American black comedy film directed by Joe Dante, starring Tom Hanks, Bruce Dern, Carrie Fisher, Rick Ducommun, Corey Feldman, Wendy Schaal and Henry Gibson, and co-starring Gale Gordon. The film was written by Dana Olsen, who ...

                                               

Romero (film)

Romero is a 1989 American biopic depicting the story of Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero, who organized peaceful protests against the violent military regime, eventually at the cost of his own life. The film stars Raul Julia as Oscar Romero, Ri ...

                                               

Made in U.S.A. (1987 film)

Made in U.S.A. is a 1987 American crime drama / black comedy film directed by Ken Friedman from a screenplay by Zbigniew Kempinski. The film stars Adrian Pasdar and Chris Penn as two young men who decide to leave behind their working-class lives ...

                                               

Fletch (film)

Fletch is a 1985 American neo-noir comedy thriller film directed by Michael Ritchie and written by Andrew Bergman and is based on Gregory Mcdonalds popular Fletch novels. It stars Chevy Chase, Tim Matheson, Dana Wheeler-Nicholson, Geena Davis and ...

                                               

Chattahoochee (film)

Chattahoochee is a 1989 American drama film directed by Mick Jackson and starring Gary Oldman and Dennis Hopper. The film is based on the real-life experiences of Chris Calhoun, who met screenwriter James Hicks, who then wrote a script based on h ...

                                               

The Reader (1988 film)

The Reader is a 1988 French film directed by Michel Deville. The film won that years Louis Delluc Prize, and was nominated for nine Cesar Awards including Best Supporting Actor, won by Patrick Chesnais.

                                               

Jackal (disambiguation)

Ethiopian wolf Canis simensis, the Simien jackal or red jackal Egyptian wolf Canis lupus lupaster, a small subspecies of gray wolf also called the Egyptian jackal or wolf jackal American jackal, a former common name for the coyote Canis latrans o ...

                                               

Cocktail (1988 film)

Cocktail is a 1988 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Roger Donaldson and written by Heywood Gould, whose screenplay was based on his book of the same name. The film tells the story of a young New York City business student, Brian Fl ...

                                               

Manon des Sources (1986 film)

Manon des Sources is a 1986 French language period tragedy film. Directed by Claude Berri, it is the second of two films adapted from the 1966 two-volume novel by Marcel Pagnol, who wrote it based on his own earlier film of the same title. It is ...

                                               

Less Than Zero (film)

Less Than Zero is a 1987 American drama film very loosely based on Bret Easton Ellis novel of the same name. The film stars Andrew McCarthy as Clay, a college freshman returning home for Christmas to spend time with his ex-girlfriend Blair and hi ...

                                               

Navigator (disambiguation)

Navigator Program, a long-term NASA project Nokia 6110 Navigator, a mobile phone Nokia 6210 Navigator, a mobile phone Packard Bell Navigator, an alternative shell for Windows 3.1 and Windows 95 Netscape Navigator, a web browser DOS Navigator, a f ...

                                               

Paramedics (film)

When this group of rowdy and raunchy, laid-back medics are transferred from their cushy uptown district to the rough south-end, they find plenty of trouble when they discover the tough guys are playing a "corpses-for-dollars" scam and they want t ...

                                               

Homeboy (film)

Homeboy is a 1988 drama film, directed by Michael Seresin. It was written by and stars Mickey Rourke in the role of self-destructive cowboy/boxer Johnny Walker. Christopher Walken also stars as Walkers slightly corrupt promoter who encourages him ...

                                               

Appointment with Death (film)

Appointment with Death is a 1988 American mystery film produced and directed by Michael Winner. Made by Golan-Globus Productions, the film is an adaptation of the Agatha Christie novel Appointment with Death featuring the detective Hercule Poirot ...

                                               

The Unholy (1988 film)

The Unholy is a 1988 American horror film directed by Camilo Vila and starring Ben Cross, Ned Beatty, Hal Holbrook, and Trevor Howard in his final role. The film follows a Roman Catholic priest in New Orleans who finds himself battling a demonic ...

                                               

Devil (disambiguation)

A devil is the personification of evil as it is conceived in many and various cultures and religious traditions. Devil or Devils may refer to: Demon Folk devil Devil in Christianity Satan

                                               

The Veldt (film)

The Veldt is a 1987 Soviet dystopic science fiction film directed by Nasim Tulyakhodzhayev based on various stories by Ray Bradbury. The film is based on the story The Veldt, and also includes story lines from other texts: The Dragon, Marionettes ...

                                               

The Legend of Suram Fortress

The Legend of the Suram Fortress is a 1985 drama film directed by Georgian SSR-born Soviet-Armenian director Sergei Parajanov and Georgian actor Dodo Abashidze. Sergei Parajanovs first film after 15 years of censorship in the Soviet Union, it is ...

                                               

The Mischievous Boy

The Mischievous Boy is a 1977 Uzbek adventure film based on an eponymous story by Gafur Gulom. The film was directed by Damir Salimov and the screenplay was written by Shuhrat Abbosov and Aleksandr Naumov. Shum bola is one of the most popular Uzb ...

                                               

A Prayer for the Dying

A Prayer for the Dying is a 1987 thriller film about a former IRA member trying to escape his past. The film was directed by Mike Hodges, and stars Mickey Rourke, Liam Neeson, Bob Hoskins, and Alan Bates. The film is based on the Jack Higgins nov ...

                                               

Roses Are for the Rich

Autumns father died in a coal mining accident, and her boyfriend Lonnie died the same way. She thinks that the fatalities would not have happened if the owner of the mines, Douglas Osbourne, was concerned about others. His son, Brian Osbourne, is ...

                                               

The Sicilian (film)

The Sicilian is a 1987 action film based on the novel of the same name by Mario Puzo. It is based on the life of Sicilian bandit Salvatore Giuliano. It was directed by Michael Cimino and stars Christopher Lambert, Joss Ackland and Terence Stamp.

                                               

Weeds (1987 film)

Weeds is a 1987 American drama film directed by John D. Hancock, and starring Nick Nolte, Ernie Hudson, and Rita Taggart. The screenplay concerns a prison inmate who writes a play that catches the attention of a visiting reporter.

                                               

Coincidence (disambiguation)

A coincidence is the occurrence of unrelated events in close proximity of space or time. Coincidence may also refer to: Coincidence, scientific term for an instance of rays of light striking a surface at the same point and at the same time Coinci ...

                                               

Faktas

Faktas is a 1981 Soviet Lithuanian-language war film directed by Almantas Grikevicius. It was entered into the 1981 Cannes Film Festival, where Yelena Solovey won the award for Best Supporting Actress.

                                               

The Fourth Protocol (film)

The Fourth Protocol is a 1987 British Cold War spy film featuring Michael Caine and Pierce Brosnan, based on the novel The Fourth Protocol by Frederick Forsyth.

                                               

The Goonies

The Goonies is a 1985 American adventure comedy film co-produced and directed by Richard Donner from a screenplay by Chris Columbus, based on a story by executive producer Steven Spielberg. In the film, a band of kids who live in the "Goon Docks" ...

                                               

Westler

Westler is a 1985 film originally produced for West Germany television and later released in cinema. It was directed by Wieland Speck and broadcast on ZDF. It gained a Rotten Tomatoes rating of 44%

                                               

Head Office

Head Office is a 1985 American satirical black comedy film, produced by HBO Pictures in association with Silver Screen Partners. It stars Judge Reinhold, Eddie Albert, Lori-Nan Engler, Jane Seymour, Richard Masur, Michael ODonoghue, Ron Frazier, ...

                                               

Critical Condition (film)

Critical Condition is a 1987 American comedy film starring Richard Pryor and directed by Michael Apted. The film was released in the United States on January 16, 1987.

                                               

Mona Lisa (1986 film)

Mona Lisa is a 1986 British neo-noir crime drama film about an ex-convict who becomes entangled in the dangerous life of a high-class call girl. The film was written by Neil Jordan and David Leland, and directed by Jordan. It was produced by Hand ...

                                               

The Pointsman

The Pointsman is a 1986 Dutch film directed by Jos Stelling, starring Jim van der Woude, Stephane Excoffier and John Kraaijkamp, Sr. It tells the story of a French woman who moves in with a Dutch railwayman at a remote railway station. The two ar ...

                                               

List of original characters in The Lord of the Rings film series

This is a list of original characters of note found in Peter Jacksons film adaptation of J. R. R. Tolkiens The Lord of the Rings.

                                               

The Bostonians (film)

The Bostonians is a 1984 British romantic drama film based on Henry Jamess novel The Bostonians. It was adapted by Ruth Prawer Jhabvala. The film stars Vanessa Redgrave, Christopher Reeve, Madeleine Potter and Jessica Tandy. The movie received re ...

                                               

Volunteers (1985 film)

Lawrence Bourne III Tom Hanks, is a spoiled rich kid who just graduated from Yale "A College" Class of 1962 with a $28.000 gambling debt $234.484.13 in 2019 dollars. After his father, Lawrence Bourne Jr. George Plimpton, refuses to pay his sons d ...

                                               

The Tomb (1986 film)

The Tomb is a 1986 film directed by Fred Olen Ray and starring John Carradine and Cameron Mitchell. The film is loosely based on the novel The Jewel of Seven Stars by Bram Stoker.

                                               

Turtle Diary

Turtle Diary is a 1985 British film directed by John Irvin and starring Glenda Jackson, Ben Kingsley, and Michael Gambon. Based on a screenplay adapted by Harold Pinter from Russell Hobans novel Turtle Diary, the film is about "people rediscoveri ...

                                               

Streetwalkin'

Cookie and her brother run away from their loveless mother and their abusive stepfather in Upstate New York and arrive in New York City. At the train station, Cookie meets a pimp named Duke. With his charm, he makes her fall in love with him and ...

                                               

A Soldier's Story

A Soldiers Story is a 1984 American drama film directed by Norman Jewison, adapted by Charles Fuller from his Pulitzer Prize-winning Off Broadway production A Soldiers Play. A black military officer who is also a lawyer is sent to investigate the ...

                                               

Miranda (1985 film)

Miranda is a 1985 Italian erotic drama film directed by Tinto Brass. It is loosely based on the three-act comedy La locandiera by Carlo Goldoni.

                                               

The Public Woman

The Public Woman is a 1984 French erotic drama film inspired by Dostoevskys novel Demons and directed by Andrzej Zulawski, starring Valerie Kaprisky, Lambert Wilson and Francis Huster as the lead actors. The film had a total of 1.302.425 admissio ...

                                               

Under the Volcano (film)

Under the Volcano is a 1984 American drama film directed by John Huston, written by playwright Guy Gallo, and starring Albert Finney, Jacqueline Bisset, Anthony Andrews, and Katy Jurado. It is based on the semi-autobiographical 1947 novel by Engl ...

                                               

Shadey

Shadey is a 1985 British comedy film directed by Philip Saville and starring Antony Sher, Billie Whitelaw and Patrick Macnee. The screenplay concerns a man with clairvoyant qualities who is recruited by British intelligence for a secret mission.

                                               

The Bounty (1984 film)

The Bounty is a 1984 British historical drama film directed by Roger Donaldson, starring Mel Gibson and Anthony Hopkins, and produced by Bernard Williams with Dino De Laurentiis as executive producer. It is the fifth film version of the story of ...

                                               

The Annunciation (film)

The Annunciation is a Hungarian film directed by Andras Jeles in 1984, based on The Tragedy of Man by Imre Madach.

                                               

The Year of Living Dangerously (film)

The Year of Living Dangerously is a 1982 Australian romantic drama film directed by Peter Weir and co-written by Weir and David Williamson. It was adapted from Christopher Kochs 1978 novel The Year of Living Dangerously. The story is about a love ...

                                               

The Makioka Sisters (film)

The Makioka Sisters is a 1983 drama film directed by Kon Ichikawa based on the serial novel of the same name by Junichirō Tanizaki.

                                               

Sole nudo

Sole nudo is a 1984 Italian-Brazilian film written and directed by Tonino Cervi. The film is about Luca Adami who, after troubles at work, escapes from Rome to Rio de Janeiro and is helped by a friend to find a new job there. Unfortunately he has ...

                                               

The Lonely Guy

The Lonely Guy is a 1984 American romantic comedy film directed by Arthur Hiller and starring Steve Martin. The screenplay is credited to Ed. Weinberger and Stan Daniels as well as Neil Simon, and is based on the 1978 book The Lonely Guys Book of ...

                                               

Planet Parade

Planet Parade is a 1984 drama film directed by Vadim Abdrashitov. The films script was written by Aleksandr Mindadze and was based on the final part of the trilogy by Ukrainian writer Yevgeny Gutsalo, novel Planet Parade. Party primary contest 42 ...

                                               

Suburbia (film)

Suburbia, also known as Rebel Streets and The Wild Side, is a 1984 American coming-of-age drama/thriller film written and directed by Penelope Spheeris, and produced by Roger Corman, about suburban punks who run away from home. The kids take up a ...

                                               

Tank (film)

Tank is a 1984 American action comedy film directed by Marvin J. Chomsky and starring James Garner, Jenilee Harrison, and C. Thomas Howell. The film was written by Dan Gordon. It was produced by Lorimar Productions and was commercially released i ...

                                               

Meantime (film)

Meantime is a 1983 made for television comedy drama film directed by Mike Leigh, produced by Central Television for Channel 4. It was shown in 1983 at the London Film Festival and on Channel 4 and at the 1984 Berlin International Film Festival. A ...

                                               

Aszparuh

Khan Asparuh is a 1981 three-part Bulgarian historical action and drama film telling the story of Khan Asparuh and the events around the founding of the medieval Bulgarian state in 681 AD. It was shot and released on the occasion of the 1300th an ...

                                               

Balkan Express

Milo Miranovic as Agent Predrag Miletic as Gerd Dragan Nikolic as Popaj Olivera Markovic as Aunt Ratko Tankosic as the waiter Toma Zdravkovic as the singer Bora Todorovic as Pik Milan Erak as Maksim Bata Kameni as German soldier Hajdana Baletic a ...

                                               

Banzaï

The picture was shot in Hong Kong, the United States, Africa and France and has become a cult film. According to Valerie Mairesse, Coluche suggested her as a remplacement for singer actress Karen Cheryl aka Isabelle Morizet, first cast as his gir ...

                                               

D.C. Cab

D.C. Cab is a 1983 American comedy film, starring Max Gail, Adam Baldwin, Mr. T, Charlie Barnett, Gary Busey, Marsha Warfield, and Whitman Mayo. The film was written and directed by Joel Schumacher with the story by Topper Carew & Schumacher.

                                               

Spring Break (film)

Two nerds, Nelson David Knell and Adam Perry Lang, are looking forward to their first spring break and book a room at an inexpensive hotel called the Breeze and Seas in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. They meet cool guys Stu Paul Land and O.T. Steve Ba ...

                                               

Silver Dream Racer

Silver Dream Racer is a 1980 motor-racing film starring British pop star David Essex and Beau Bridges. The film was produced, written and directed by David Wickes. It would become the last film to be made by the Rank Organisation.

                                               

Scarface

Scarface 1983 film, a remake starring Al Pacino The nickname of gangster and crime boss Al Capone 1899–1947 Scarface 1932 film, a film starring Paul Muni "Scarface Push It to the Limit", a 1983 song from the Scarface soundtrack Scarface soundtrac ...

                                               

Restraint (film)

Restraint is a 2008 Australian thriller film, directed by David Denneen, written by Dave Warner and starring Stephen Moyer, Travis Fimmel and Teresa Palmer. The film was shot on location around New South Wales, Australia in mid-2005. Working titl ...

                                               

Exposed (1983 film)

Exposed is a 1983 American drama film written, produced and directed by James Toback. It stars Nastassja Kinski, Rudolf Nureyev, Harvey Keitel, Ian McShane and Bibi Andersson.

                                               

Parsifal (disambiguation)

To Parsifal, 1963 film by Bruce Baillie Parsifal 1983 film, directed by Hans-Jurgen Syberberg Parsifal 1982 film, directed by Brian Large The Evil Forest Spanish: Parsifal, a 1951 Spanish film directed by Daniel Mangrane

                                               

Touch (disambiguation)

HTC Touch, a touchscreen phone Ubuntu Touch, an interface Multi-touch, capability of a flat screen to detect touch gestures. iPod Touch, a portable media player, PDA, and Wi-Fi platform touch command, a computer program

                                               

Fatal Vision (miniseries)

Fatal Vision is a 1984 American television miniseries based on the account, in the book of the same name, of the murders in 1970 at Fort Bragg of the wife and daughters of U.S. Army officer Jeffrey R. MacDonald.

                                               

So Long, Stooge

So Long, Stooge is a 1983 film directed by Claude Berri. It is based on a novel by Alain Page. Coluche, the main actor, won the "Best Actor" award in 1984 Cesar Award. The film was selected as the French entry for the Best Foreign Language Film a ...

                                               

Gallipoli (1981 film)

Gallipoli is a 1981 Australian war drama film directed by Peter Weir and produced by Patricia Lovell and Robert Stigwood, starring Mel Gibson and Mark Lee, about several young men from rural Western Australia who enlist in the Australian Army dur ...

                                               

Department (film)

Department is a 2012 Indian action film directed by Ram Gopal Varma. The film stars Sanjay Dutt, Rana Daggubati and Amitabh Bachchan in lead roles. The film released on 18 May 2012, and received mixed response from critics.

                                               

Love and Money (film)

Byron Levin works in a California bank. He becomes infatuated with Catherine Stockheinz, the wife of his billionaire boss. Frederic Stockheinz has a million-dollar offer to make. He asks Byron to go to the republic of Costa Salva to offer a busin ...

                                               

Les Sous-doues en vacances

The film was shot between 10 August and 3 October 1981. Roland Moreno, the real life inventor of the smart card, was cast in the film as a "mad inventor" who creates a "love computer." Sandrine Bonnaire in an exta in the movie.

                                               

The Circus Princess (1982 film)

The Circus Princess is 1982 Soviet musical comedy, a screen version of the operetta of the same name by Emmerich Kalman.

                                               

An Uneventful Story

An Uneventful Story is a 1986 Polish film directed by Wojciech Jerzy Has, starring Gustaw Holoubek. The film is an adaptation of a short story by Anton Chekhov and tells the story of a professor of medicine who begins an affair with a young pupil.

                                               

Superstition (disambiguation)

Superstition is a belief, not based on human reason or scientific knowledge, that future events may be influenced by ones behaviour in some magical or mystical way. Superstition may also refer to: Superstition 1982 film, a 1982 horror film Supers ...

                                               

Basket Case (film)

Basket Case is a 1982 American horror film written and directed by Frank Henenlotter, and produced by Edgar Ievins. Kevin Van Hentenryck stars as a normal-looking person who seeks vengeance for the unwanted surgery that separated him from his def ...

                                               

The Oil, the Baby and the Transylvanians

The Oil, the Baby and the Transylvanians is a Romanian Red Western directed by Dan Pița. It dramatises the struggles of Romanian and Hungarian settlers in a new land, the American frontier. Despite the American setting, including such minor detai ...

                                               

The Amateur (1981 film)

The Amateur is a 1981 Canadian crime/thriller film directed by Charles Jarrott with a screenplay by Robert Littell, which he then adapted into a novel of the same name. It stars John Savage and Christopher Plummer.

                                               

Tree of Knowledge (film)

Tree of Knowledge is a 1981 Danish coming-of-age drama directed by Nils Malmros. The film details the lives of 17 teenage schoolmates in 1950s Denmark. Shooting on location at the high school which he had attended, Malmros took two years to film ...

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