Two rebellious youths, Ralph and Scott, find themselves struggling with adulthood as the Vietnam War rages. Feeling trapped in their small town, Scott battles with his conservative veteran father, Cliff, and Ralph deals with his desperately sexual mother, Ev. When tragic news arrives from overseas, the entire town, inspired by Ralph and Scott's antiwar efforts, reevaluates its attitude toward the war.
Bergman’s documentary is a time machine, bringing us back to the small island of Fårö in the late sixties. A unique document with the islanders in the main roles and Ingmar Bergman as the reporter. Fårö Document is a political excursion through rural Sweden and one of his least well-known films.
"Battipaglia 1969" tells the day of the April 9, 1969, that the revolution in Battipaglia. Us during the stormy and tumultuous years of worker and student revolts and even in a small town of Salerno, which seems far from the tumult of the big cities, is manifested for the rights of students and workers.
Moon 1969 is a beautiful, eerie, haunting film, all the more wonderful for the fact we do not once see the moon: only the manifestation of its powers here on earth, the ebb and flow of the waters.. fiery rainbows into a cloudy sky... men and rockets transformed into shattering crystals... creating a picture if the cosmos in continual transformation."-- Gene Youngblood, Los Angeles Times "The interrelated convolutions and spasms of image, color, and sound that filmmaker Bartlett creates is the cumulative effect of his pioneer work using negative images, polarization, television techniques, computer-film, and electronic patterns all compressed into a visual punch that directs one where he normally would not go with a film -- on a trip in search of the human soul. -- Paul Brawley, The Booklist, American Library Association
In the backdrop of a receding summer, with the aid of some brilliant chess moves, the life of a woman and the different men in her lives take centre stage. The film's screenplay is written by noted author and filmmaker P. Padmarajan's son Anantha Padmanabhan and is based on his own novelette titled Venalinte Kalaneekkangal.
Plot unknown. Described as a film set in Houston during the summer of 1969.
A film by Patrice Enard
Previously unissued Live Concert Performance by Miles' Quintet lineup with Wayne Shorter, Chick Corea, Dave Holland and Jack DeJohnette – experience the evolution of Miles' sound, and further development of tracks from Bitches Brew and earlier material in the hands of master improvisers. --itunes
1 - Credits > 2 - The Who - I Can See For Miles > 3 - Adam Faith - What Do You Want? > 4 - Adam Faith - Someone Else's Baby > 5 - Sandie Shaw - (There's) Always Something There to Remind Me > 6 - Sandie Shaw - Wiedehopf Im Mai > 7 - Marmalade - Ob-La-Di, Ob-La-Da > 8 - The Johnny Harris Orchestra & The Ascot Dancers - (I Can't Get No) Satisfaction > 9 - The Kinks - Days > 10 - Horst Jankowski - A Walk In The Black Forest > 11 - The Hollies - He Ain't Heavy, He's My Brother > 12 - Helen Shapiro - Walkin' Back to Happiness > 13 - Tom Jones - Delilah > 14 - Cilla Black - Anyone Who Had A Heart > 15 - The Shadows - Apache > 16 - Cliff Richard & The Shadows - Bachelor Boy > 17 - Cliff Richard - Congratulations.
A lawyer trying to fix everyone's problems, instead causes problems, which always end up in funny situations.
Featuring original newsreel footage of key people and events that shaped 1969, including Neil Armstrong, the first man on the moon, the Queen opens Victoria Line, Paul McCartney marries Linda Eastman, Carnaby Street and much more.
In this short Guillén Landrían weaves together the national revolutionary project with the lunar landing by Apollo 11, Tomás Gutierrez Aléa's iconic Memories of Underdevelopment (1968), advertisements, and the Beatles.