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Cactus Flower (film)

Cactus Flower is a 1969 American comedy film directed by Gene Saks and starring Walter Matthau, Ingrid Bergman, and Goldie Hawn, who won an Oscar for her performance. The screenplay was adapted by I. A. L. Diamond from the Broadway play of the sa ...

                                               

Elvira Madigan (1967 film)

Elvira Madigan is a 1967 Swedish film directed by Bo Widerberg, based on the tragedy of the Danish tightrope dancer Hedvig Jensen, working under the stage name of Elvira Madigan at her stepfathers travelling circus, who runs away with the Swedish ...

                                               

Torrents of Steel

Torrents of Steel is a 1967 Soviet war drama film directed by Efim Dzigan based on the eponymous story by Alexander Serafimovich.

                                               

La Chamade (film)

Based on the 1965 novel La Chamade by Françoise Sagan, the film is about a beautiful woman who is mistress to Charles, a rich, good-hearted businessman who provides for all her material needs, but for whom she has no true love. When she meets a c ...

                                               

Risk (disambiguation)

Risk assessment, the measurement or modeling of risk Risk statistics Risk premium, in finance Risk management, mitigation of risk using managerial resources Risk perception, social responses to risk Risk aversion, the desire to avoid risk Risk fa ...

                                               

Succubus (film)

Succubus is a 1968 West German horror film directed by Jesus Franco. The film stars Janine Reynaud as Lorna Green, a performer at a nightclub who performs fictionalized acts that involve erotically charged sadomasochistic murders. It is suggested ...

                                               

The Face of Another (film)

The Face of Another is a 1966 Japanese New Wave film directed by Hiroshi Teshigahara and based on the novel of the same name written by Kōbō Abe. The story follows an engineer, Okuyama, whose face is severely burnt in an unspecified work-related ...

                                               

The Firemen's Ball

The Firemens Ball is a 1967 comedy film directed by Milos Forman. It is set at the annual ball of a small towns volunteer fire department, and the plot portrays the series of disasters that occur during the evening. The film uses few professional ...

                                               

Weed (disambiguation)

Weed, New Mexico, an unincorporated community and census-designated place Weed, California, a city Weed, Kentucky, an unincorporated community Weed, Arkansas, an unincorporated community

                                               

The Road to Corinth

The Road to Corinth is a 1967 French-Italian Eurospy film directed by Claude Chabrol. It was based on the 1966 novel by Claude Rank, nom de plume de Gaston-Claude Petitjean-Darville.

                                               

The Banner of Krivoi Rog

Otto Brosowski, a communist miner, writes to the miners in the Soviet city of Krivoi Rog, telling them of the harsh conditions in which he and his friends work, as the capitalist owners of the copper mine demand harder work. He receives a Red Ban ...

                                               

The End of Agent W4C

Konec agenta W4C prosteednictvim psa pana Foustky is a 1967 Czechoslovak film parodying the James Bond secret agent genre. Directed by Vaclav Vorlicek based on the story by Oldeich Danek. Runtime 87 min. Mono. Produced by Filmove Studio Barrandov ...

                                               

Marionettes (film)

Marionettes is a 1934 Soviet antifascist film starring Anatoli Ktorov and directed by Yakov Protazanov and Porfiri Podobed. The film combines the features of comedy, social drama and political pamphlet.

                                               

Le Samouraï

Le Samouraï is a 1967 neo-noir crime film written and directed by Jean-Pierre Melville. The film follows a professional hitman named Jef Costello who is seen by witnesses and his efforts to provide himself an alibi that drive him further into a c ...

                                               

Scandal (disambiguation)

Scandal TV series, a 2012 American television series Scandal! TV series, a South African television soap opera The Scandal TV series, a 2013 South Korean television series

                                               

Arabesque (1966 film)

Arabesque is a 1966 American comedy thriller film directed by Stanley Donen and starring Gregory Peck and Sophia Loren, written by Julian Mitchell, Stanley Price, and Peter Stone based on The Cypher, a 1961 novel by Alex Gordon. The film, along w ...

                                               

The Birds, the Bees and the Italians

The Birds, the Bees and the Italians is a 1966 Italian film directed by Pietro Germi. Its original Italian title is Signore & Signori, which means Ladies and Gentlemen. The anthology film is a sex comedy that presents three storylines, all set in ...

                                               

Darling (1965 film)

Darling is a 1965 British drama film written by Frederic Raphael, directed by John Schlesinger, and starring Julie Christie with Dirk Bogarde and Laurence Harvey. Darling was nominated for five Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Dire ...

                                               

The Ipcress File (film)

The Ipcress File is a 1965 British espionage film directed by Sidney J. Furie and starring Michael Caine. The screenplay, by Bill Canaway and James Doran, was based on Len Deightons novel The IPCRESS File. It received a BAFTA award for the Best B ...

                                               

Goodbye

Goodbye 1995 film Tot Ziens!, a Dutch film Goodbye 2008 film, a Japanese digital film screened at the 2008 Cairo International Film Festival Goodbye 2011 film, an Iranian film by Mohammad Rasoulof Goodbye 1918 film, a British drama Goodbye 2004 f ...

                                               

Journey

Journey or journeying may refer to: Road trip, a long distance journey on the road Days journey, a measurement of distance Travel, the movement of people between distant geographical locations

                                               

Shenandoah (film)

Shenandoah is a 1965 American Civil War film starring James Stewart and featuring Doug McClure, Glenn Corbett, Patrick Wayne, and, in their film debuts, Katharine Ross and Rosemary Forsyth. The picture was directed by Andrew V. McLaglen. The Amer ...

                                               

Slalom (film)

Lucio and Riccardo, a pair of married pals, take their wives on a ski vacation in Sestriere but get distracted by the beautiful and seductive Nadia and Helen, who lure them into unexpected adventure and danger where Lucio is forced to go to Egypt ...

                                               

The Sleeping Car Murders

The Sleeping Car Murders is a 1965 French mystery film directed by Costa-Gavras from the novel by Sebastien Japrisot. It stars Yves Montand, Simone Signoret, Michel Piccoli, Jean-Louis Trintignant, Catherine Allegret, Jacques Perrin, Charles Denn ...

                                               

Clean Ponds (film)

Tamara Syomina as Anna Svetlana Svetlichnaya as Katya Lyudmila Gladunko as Zhenya Nina Agapova as Kulchitskaya Vladimir Yevstafyev as Oska Eugenia Filonova as Nina as Yevghenia Filonova Aleksandr Zbruyev as Sergei Nikolay Kryuchkov as Rzhanov

                                               

J'accuse (1919 film)

Jaccuse is a 1919 French silent film directed by Abel Gance. It juxtaposes a romantic drama with the background of the horrors of World War I, and it is sometimes described as a pacifist or anti-war film. Work on the film began in 1918, and some ...

                                               

Yakov Sverdlov (film)

Ivan Nazarov as Akim Maksim Shtraukh as Lenin Pavel Kadochnikov as Gorki Nikolay Kryuchkov as Trofimow Vladimir Vladislavskiy as Kazimir Petrovich Irina Fedotova as Zina Mironov Andro Kobaladze as Stalin Igor Smirnov as Lenka Sukhov child Nikolay ...

                                               

Les Pas perdus

Les Pas perdus is a 1964 French drama film directed by Jacques Robin who co-wrote screenplay with Rene Fallet, based on novel by Rene Fallet. The film stars Michele Morgan and Jean-Louis Trintignant. It tells the story of a rich attractive marrie ...

                                               

Il disco volante

Il disco volante is a 1964 Italian comic science fiction film with mockumentary elements directed by Tinto Brass and starring Alberto Sordi. The film features the renowned comedian in four distinct roles as a dim-witted Carabinieri brigadiere, a ...

                                               

Lilith (film)

Lilith is a 1964 American neo noir drama film written and directed by Robert Rossen. It is based on a novel by J. R. Salamanca and stars Warren Beatty and Jean Seberg.

                                               

The Blizzard (1964 film)

The Blizzard is a 1964 Soviet film directed by Vladimir Basov, based on the story "The Blizzard" from The Tales of the Late Ivan Petrovich Belkin by Alexander Pushkin.

                                               

A Span of Earth

Mikhail Vorontsov as Afanasiy Makletsov Anatoli Golik as Mezentsev Aleksandr Zbruyev as Aleksandr Motovilov Evgeniy Urbanskiy as Aleksey Babin Elliya Sukhanova as Rita Tamashova Sergei Kurilov as Bryl Aleksandr Titov as Shumilin

                                               

Strait-Jacket

Strait-Jacket is a 1964 American horror-thriller film starring Joan Crawford and Diane Baker in a macabre mother and daughter tale about a series of axe-murders. Released by Columbia Pictures, the film was directed and produced by William Castle, ...

                                               

Taras Shevchenko (film)

Taras Shevchenko is a 1951 Soviet biopic about the Ukrainian artist Taras Shevchenko produced by Isaak Shmarukh, Vasili Lapoknish, with associate producers Aleksandr Alov, Vladimir Naumov, Grigori Malik-Avakian and Latif Faziyev, and scripted and ...

                                               

The Four Days of Naples (film)

The Four Days of Naples is a 1962 Italian film, directed by Nanni Loy and set during the uprising which gives its name. It stars Regina Bianchi, Aldo Giuffre, Lea Massari, Jean Sorel, Franco Sportelli, Charles Belmont, Gian Maria Volonte and Fran ...

                                               

The Day of the Triffids (film)

The Day of the Triffids is a 1962 British science fiction film in CinemaScope and Eastmancolor, produced by George Pitcher and Philip Yordan, and directed by Steve Sekely. It stars Howard Keel and Nicole Maurey, and is loosely based on the 1951 n ...

                                               

Mutiny (disambiguation)

"Mutiny" Space: Above and Beyond episode "Mutiny" Falling Skies, an episode of the American science fiction TV series Falling Skies "Mutiny", the 22nd episode of Code Lyoko: Evolution Mutiny 2002 film, a television film part of the Hornblower ser ...

                                               

The Trojan Horse (film)

The Trojan Horse is a 1961 film set in the tenth and final year of the Trojan War. The film focuses primarily on the exploits of the Trojan hero Aeneas during this time. The film was directed by Giorgio Ferroni and stars Steve Reeves as Aeneas an ...

                                               

Street of the Younger Son

Street of the Younger Son is a 1962 Soviet drama film directed by Lev Golub based on the novel with the same name by Lev Kassil and Max Polyanovsky about Soviet partisan Volodia Dubinin.

                                               

El Cid (film)

El Cid is a 1961 epic historical drama film that romanticizes the life of the Christian Castilian knight Don Rodrigo Diaz de Vivar, called "El Cid", who, in the 11th century, fought the North African Almoravides and ultimately contributed to the ...

                                               

Alba Regia (film)

Alba Regia is a 1961 Hungarian drama film directed by Mihaly Szemes. It was entered into the 2nd Moscow International Film Festival where it won the Silver Prize.

                                               

Adult Children

Pensioner Korolyov Anatoly Kuzmich moved to a new apartment. Everything is great with him and his wife and their future life seems to be just as wonderful until their daughter gets married and gives a birth to child.

                                               

Can-Can (film)

Can-Can is a 1960 American musical film made by Suffolk-Cummings productions and distributed by 20th Century Fox. It was directed by Walter Lang, produced by Jack Cummings and Saul Chaplin, from a screenplay by Dorothy Kingsley and Charles Ledere ...

                                               

Kapo (1960 film)

Kapo is a 1960 Italian film about the Holocaust directed by Gillo Pontecorvo. It was nominated for the Academy Award as Best Foreign Language Film. It was an Italian-French co-production filmed in Yugoslavia.

                                               

Maksimka

Maksimka or Maximka is a 1953 Soviet historical adventure film directed by Vladimir Braun and starring Tolya Bovykin, Boris Andreyev and Vyacheslav Tikhonov.

                                               

La Princesse de Cleves (film)

Annie Ducaux - Diane de Poitiers Henri Piegay - Le vidame de Chartres Jean-François Poron - Jacques, Duke of Nemours Jean Marais - Le prince de Cleves Lea Padovani - Catherine de Medici Marina Vlady - La princesse de Cleves

                                               

Reptilicus

Reptilicus is a 1961 Danish-American giant monster film about a prehistoric reptile. The film was produced by American International Pictures and Saga Studio and separate versions were released in Denmark and in the United States. The original Da ...

                                               

The Russian Question

The Russian Question is a Soviet political drama by renowned filmmaker Mikhail Romm. The film is an adaptation of a play of the same name by Soviet poet and journalist Konstantin Simonov.

                                               

Tonight a City Will Die

Tonight a City Will Die is a 1961 Polish drama film directed by Jan Rybkowski. It was entered into the 2nd Moscow International Film Festival where Boguslaw Lambach won the Silver Prize for Director of Photography.

                                               

The Choppers

A gang of teenage greasers terrorize a small community by stealing cars and stripping them for parts, then selling the parts to a crooked junkyard owner. Teensploitation flick is about teens that come from broken homes and dysfunctional families. ...

                                               

The Tartars

The Tartars / I Tartari is a 1961 Italian/Yugoslavian international co-production Technicolor film directed by Richard Thorpe and starring Victor Mature and Orson Welles.

                                               

Satan from the Seventh Grade (film)

Satan from the Seventh Grade is a 1960 Polish romance film directed by Maria Kaniewska. It is based on novel Satan from the Seventh Grade.

                                               

Blind Musician

Yuriy Puzyryov as Joachim Boris Livanov as Uncle Maxim Yatsenko Marina Strizhenova as Anna Mikhajlovna Sergei Blinnikov as Stavruchenko Vasiliy Livanov as Pyotr V. Nurganov as Ilya L. Kurdymova as Evelina Aleksey Gribov as Fyodor Kaniba

                                               

Battle of the Coral Sea (film)

The crew of an American submarine are on a reconnaissance mission photographing Japanese installations through a periscope camera. When attacked by the Japanese with similarities to the USS Perch the submarine is scuttled and the crew is captured ...

                                               

John Paul Jones (film)

John Paul Jones is a Technicolor 1959 biographical epic film in Technirama about John Paul Jones. The film, shot in Spain, was made by Samuel Bronston Productions and released by Warner Bros. It was directed by John Farrow and produced by Samuel ...

                                               

The Angry Red Planet

The Angry Red Planet is a 1960 science fiction film directed by Ib Melchior and starring Gerald Mohr. Melchior reportedly had an initial production budget of only $200.000 and was given just nine days to film it. Such financial and time constrain ...

                                               

The Horse Soldiers

The Horse Soldiers is a 1959 war film set during the American Civil War directed by John Ford and starring John Wayne, William Holden and Constance Towers. The screenplay by John Lee Mahin and Martin Rackin was loosely based on Harold Sinclairs 1 ...

                                               

Our Man in Havana (film)

Our Man in Havana is a 1959 British spy comedy film shot in CinemaScope, directed and produced by Carol Reed and starring Alec Guinness, Burl Ives, Maureen OHara, Ralph Richardson, Noel Coward and Ernie Kovacs. The film is adapted from the 1958 n ...

                                               

Stories About Lenin

The story tells about the events connected with Lenin in 1917 when he was supposed to be in Finland and in 1923-1924, when his life was approaching the end.

                                               

The Mouse That Roared (film)

The Mouse That Roared is a 1959 British satirical Eastman Color comedy film based on Leonard Wibberleys novel The Mouse That Roared. It stars Peter Sellers in three roles: Duchess Gloriana XII; Count Rupert Mountjoy, the Prime Minister; and Tully ...

                                               

Foma Gordeyev (film)

Pavel Tarasov as Yakov Mayakin Marina Strizhenova as Sasha Alla Labetskaya as Lyuba Georgi Yepifantsev as Foma Gordeyev Sergei Lukyanov as Ignat Gordeyev Igor Sretensky as Yezhov Mariya Milkova as Sofya Pavlovna Medynskaya Gennadiy Sergeev as Smolin

                                               

Buddy

Buddy Jewell born 1961, American country musician Buddy Clark 1911–1949, American singer born Samuel Goldberg Buddy Knox 1933–1999, American singer and songwriter best known for his 1957 hit song "Party Doll" Buddy Hackett 1924–2003, American act ...

                                               

The Red Lantern

The Red Lantern is a 1919 American silent drama film starring Alla Nazimova, who plays dual roles, and directed by Albert Capellani. It is notable today for being Anna May Wongs screen debut. A single print survives in Europe with rumors of a cop ...

                                               

Modigliani (film)

Modigliani is a 2004 drama biographical film written and directed by Mick Davis and starring Andy Garcia, Elsa Zylberstein, Omid Djalili, Hippolyte Girardot, Eva Herzigova and Udo Kier. It is based on the life of the Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani.

                                               

The Rainmaker (1956 film)

The Rainmaker is a 1956 American romance film directed by Joseph Anthony and adapted by N. Richard Nash from his play The Rainmaker. The film tells the story of a middle-aged woman, suffering from unrequited love for the local town sheriff; howev ...

                                               

The Typhoon

The Typhoon is a 1914 American drama film directed by Reginald Barker, written by Melchior Lengyel, and starring Sessue Hayakawa, Gladys Brockwell, Frank Borzage, Henry Kotani and Leona Hutton. It was released on October 10, 1914, by Paramount Pi ...

                                               

The Spessart Inn

The Spessart Inn is a 1958 West German musical comedy film directed by Kurt Hoffmann. It starred Liselotte Pulver and Carlos Thompson.

                                               

Silk Stockings (1957 film)

Silk Stockings is a 1957 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musical film adaptation, filmed in CinemaScope, of the 1955 stage musical of the same name, which itself was an adaptation of the film Ninotchka. Silk Stockings was directed by Rouben Mamoulian, produc ...

                                               

Intruder

The Intruder 2010 film, Khiao A-khat, a Thai horror film by Thanadol Nualsuth "The Intruder" Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future, an episode of Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future Intruder 2016 film, an American horror film by T ...

                                               

The Phantom Carriage

The Phantom Carriage is a 1921 Swedish fantasy film generally considered to be one of the central works in the history of Swedish cinema. Released on New Years Day 1921, it was directed by and starred Victor Sjostrom, alongside Hilda Borgstrom, T ...

                                               

Leningrad Symphony (film)

In the summer of 1942, Shostakovich’s Seventh Symphony was brought to the Radio House, but the orchestra didn’t have enough musicians to perform it. However, on August 9, when Hitler planned to seize Leningrad, people heard the Symphony live. Thi ...

                                               

Jet Pilot (film)

Jet Pilot is a 1957 Cold War adventure-romance film directed by Josef von Sternberg, and starring John Wayne and Janet Leigh. It was written and produced by Jules Furthman, and presented by Howard Hughes. Filming lasted more than eighteen months, ...

                                               

Love from Paris

Love from Paris is a 1957 West German film directed by Helmut Kautner and starring Romy Schneider and Horst Buchholz. It was based on the novel of the same title by Gabor von Vaszary. Vaszary also worked on the screenplay. The film premiered on S ...

                                               

Parisienne (film)

Parisienne is a 2015 French drama film directed by Danielle Arbid. It was screened in the Contemporary World Cinema section of the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival.

                                               

A Lesson in History

A Lesson in History is a 1957 joint Soviet–Bulgarian biographical film directed by Lev Arnshtam and Hristo Piskov about Georgi Dimitrov and the Leipzig Trial.

                                               

The Cyclops (film)

The Cyclops is a science fiction horror film written, produced and directed by Bert I. Gordon, starring James Craig, Lon Chaney Jr. and Gloria Talbott. The theme of a monster created as a result of radioactivity was a common one in the 1950s. Typ ...

                                               

The White Poodle

The White Poodle is a 1956 Soviet film directed by Marianna Roshal and Vladimir Shredel. The screenplay was adapted by Grigorii Grebnev from the Aleksandr Kuprin story of the same name. The main roles were played by Viktor Koltsov and Vladimir Po ...

                                               

Around the World in Eighty Days (disambiguation)

Around the World in 80 Days 1988 film, an Australian animated adaptation Around the World in Eighty Days 1919 film, a 1919 German silent adventure comedy film Around the World in Eighty Days 1999 film, a Canadian/US animated adaptation Around the ...

                                               

Gaslight (disambiguation)

Gaslight is the production of artificial light by burning gas. Gaslight may also refer to: Gaslighting, a form of psychological manipulation Gaslight automobile, a defunct American automobile company 1960 – c. 1961

                                               

Girls in Prison (1994 film)

Girls in Prison is a 1994 American film directed by John McNaughton. Girls in Prison originally aired on the cable television network Showtime in 1994 as part of the series Rebel Highway.

                                               

The King and I (1956 film)

The King and I is a 1956 American musical film made by 20th Century Fox, directed by Walter Lang and produced by Charles Brackett and Darryl F. Zanuck. The screenplay by Ernest Lehman is based on the Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II music ...

                                               

The Opposite Sex

The Opposite Sex is a 1956 American musical romantic comedy film shot in Metrocolor and CinemaScope. The film was directed by David Miller and stars June Allyson, Joan Collins, Dolores Gray, Ann Sheridan, Ann Miller, Leslie Nielsen, Jeff Richards ...

                                               

Street of Shame

Street of Shame is a 1956 black-and-white Japanese film directed by Kenji Mizoguchi. It is the personal tales of several Japanese women of different backgrounds who work together in a brothel. It was Mizoguchis last film. The film is based on the ...

                                               

Brigadoon (film)

Brigadoon is a 1954 American Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer musical film made in CinemaScope and Anscocolor based on the Broadway musical of the same name by Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe. The film was directed by Vincente Minnelli and stars Gene Kell ...

                                               

Road to Life (1955 film)

Road to Life is a 1955 Soviet drama film directed by Aleksei Maslyukov and Mechislava Mayevskaya and based on the book by Anton Makarenko. It was entered into the 1956 Cannes Film Festival.

                                               

The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz

The Criminal Life of Archibaldo de la Cruz is a 1955 Mexican film by Spanish-born writer-director Luis Buñuel. It focuses on a would-be serial killer whose plans, although elaborate, never result in an actual murder.

                                               

Boule de Suif (1934 film)

Boule de Suif is a 1934 Soviet drama film directed and written by Mikhail Romm. It is an adaptation of eponymous short story by Guy de Maupassant.

                                               

Sissi (film)

Sissi is a 1955 Austrian film directed by Ernst Marischka and starring Romy Schneider, Karlheinz Bohm, Magda Schneider, Uta Franz, Gustav Knuth, Vilma Degischer and Josef Meinrad. Sissi is the first installment in the trilogy of films about Empre ...

                                               

Vera Cruz (film)

Vera Cruz is a 1954 American western film starring Gary Cooper and Burt Lancaster, and featuring Denise Darcel, Sara Montiel, Cesar Romero, Ernest Borgnine, Charles Bronson and Jack Elam. The movie was directed by Robert Aldrich from a story by B ...

                                               

Diary of a Country Priest

Diary of a Country Priest is a 1951 French drama film written and directed by Robert Bresson, and starring Claude Laydu. It was closely based on the novel of the same name by Georges Bernanos. Published in 1936, the novel received the Grand prix ...

                                               

The Boys from Leningrad

In the center of the story is the football team "Blue Arrows", successfully performing in the cup of the syndicate of the Soviet trade unions. But striker Alexander Vesnushkin doubts the victory of the team in the finals. The alarmist leaves and ...

                                               

Intimacy (disambiguation)

Intimacy refers to an intimate relationship between two people or among three or more people. Intimacy may also refer to: Emotional intimacy, emotional aspects of an intimate relationship Physical intimacy, physical aspects of an intimate relatio ...

                                               

Commander of the Ship

The new graduate of the Naval Academy, captain of the third rank Vysotin becomes captain of the destroyer "Sovereign", obtaining it from his teacher captain Zolotov, who gets transferred to the headquarters. The command sets the task to bring the ...

                                               

Suddenly (1954 film)

Suddenly is a 1954 American film noir and crime film directed by Lewis Allen with a screenplay written by Richard Sale. The drama stars Frank Sinatra and Sterling Hayden, and features James Gleason and Nancy Gates. The story concerns a small Cali ...

                                               

Robinson Crusoe (disambiguation)

Robinson Crusoe 1867, an operetta by Jacques Offenbach

                                               

Admiral Ushakov (film)

Admiral Ushakov is a 1953 Soviet historical war film directed by Mikhail Romm and starring Ivan Pereverzev, Boris Livanov and Sergey Bondarchuk. The film portrays the career of Feodor Ushakov, a celebrated naval officer and contemporary of Horati ...

                                               

A Geisha

A Geisha is a 1953 Japanese film directed by Kenji Mizoguchi, centred on life in post-war Gion through the relationship between an established geisha, Miyoharu, and teenaged Eiko, who pleads with Miyoharu to take her on as an apprentice or maiko. ...

                                               

Woman in Hiding

Deborah Chandler Clark watches police drag a North Carolina river for her body. She recounts the events that brought her to this, beginning when her father, a mill owner, disapproved of a romance between Deborah and the mills general manager, Sel ...

                                               

The New Moscow

The film tells about the adventures of the young designer Alyosha, who made a living model of the future capital of the Soviet Union, his relationship with his beloved girlfriend Zoya and the relations between the painter Fedya and the sowdrops o ...

                                               

Operation Chromite (film)

Operation Chromite is a 2016 South Korean war drama film directed by John H. Lee and based on the real-life events of the Battle of Inchon, although it presents a fictionalized version of the historical CIA/US military intelligence operation "Tru ...

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