Mockumentary experimental film, which shows one day in the life of a young man.
The action takes place on the Day of Soviet Cosmonautics, April 12, one of the last years of the USSR. Outside the window, it is gradually getting warmer, the onset of spring is felt, promising hope for the possibility of changes in the country.
The hero of the film is fond of space. The young man, who idolizes Gagarin, is engaged in reconstruction, making the uniform in which the cosmonaut walked in the prime of his glory. Our hero is also a film enthusiast. He makes films with stories of space flights and shows them to his friends.
The film is stylized as amateur films of the 1980s and was shot on a 16-mm color film made by the company" Svema", made in the Soviet Union. The quality of this film allows the viewer to fully immerse themselves in the atmosphere of the time of the film, which is dedicated to Soviet cosmonautics and Edward D. Wood Jr.
Danny is an ostrich living in Glasgow with his roommate, a monkey named Nelson. After a failed suicide attempt over the break up with his girlfriend, Danny seeks counselling to help him recover from his ordeal and get his life back on track. After meeting Lizzie during a pub quiz, friendship quickly turns into romance but when Danny’s former lover reaches out to him again, he finds his new relationship under threat. With his life at a crossroads, Danny reaches out to his psychiatrist for advice that would eventually help him decide whether to open past wounds or plan a new future with Lizzie.
Ania calls her friend Kolia and asks him to come and open the door to the balcony where she is stuck. She comes into the flat and tells her friend Marina that she is not sure if their plan is good. 30 minutes on the balcony changes her life. Kolia proposes to her.
Mamadou is a Senegalese young man living in Turin working as a cabu-cabu, a kind of abusive taxi driver used exclusively by the African community. Sometimes Mamadou is forced to accept extra work for dangerous friends. One day, he has to deliver a suspect bag across the city, but is distracted by the sight of Aaida, a beautiful girl of Nigerian origin. Meeting the looks of the two young men will kick off a series of encounters and confrontations with other people who will get on the yellow-gold taxi of Mamadou by delaying the delivery of the bag. When the day is over, Mamadou will lose his beloved taxi and go home on foot with Ernesto, a new friend, and perhaps with a future appointment with Aaida.
After the principal shuts down the school's favorite club, an anarchic teen loner reluctantly teams up with her rigid do-gooder classmate to complete the dangerous Chicken Sh*t list, and stumbles upon a serial killer offing the faculty.
2 friends catchup to play Video games but one of them is a Clepto.
The guests are assembled, the Gentleman of Honor is ready... but where are the bride and groom? (And why are they singing?)
Inspired by a bevy of virtual birthday parties, the Sondheim musical Company, and a plethora of Christopher Guest films, Emma and the Squares is what happens when a group of improv comedy actors play with themes of isolation, connection, and companionship.
Massimino is the son of a Sardinian shepherd; in order not to graze the sheep he decides to tell his parents a lie that over time will become a local legend.
Portugal, 2021. In the aftermath of a pandemic, a lovely matriarch, Judite, goes for a daily stroll with her grandson. But she is suddenly pulled out of her suburban slumber by a liquidation sale that she simply can’t refuse.
Dark comedy meets rom-com about a woman who, while spending the evening alone, decides to bake up a date for Valentine's Day.
As Covid-19 reaches a pandemic level, many events, celebrations, and long-awaited parties have been cancelled worldwide to stop the spread of the virus. This must mean that graduation is canceled for graduates of 2020. But that doesn’t mean we cannot still have fun in our own way.
During the Lockdown I decided to have a little graduation of my own, except reality does not always reach one's expectations.
We open our film on the colonies of Mars circa 2118. In a hover car, ROBERT CONSTANTINE a.k.a. AK-47, an Android Killer, and his partner, BILLY CHESTWICK a.k.a. AK-48, are ordered by LIEUTENANT THOMAS WALTERS to kill an android on the loose, but once they apprehend the culprit Robert can’t kill him, so Billy does. Later, Robert returns home and is greeted by his holographic computer program girlfriend, LILI (Love Interface Localhost Interpreter). After, he imagines their first date. He opens his eyes and learns that LILI has transcended (transferred her programming) into a replica android of her holographic body and is now a physical being. Later that night, Robert and LILI go to Billy’s party and Robert introduces LILI to Billy. Billy takes Robert aside and jokes with him to use protection. Robert and LILI enjoy their night as Billy tries to dance with human girls and female androids, but fails. A drunken Robert arrives home with LILI. She freshens up in the bathroom. Robert looks at the shipping box of LILI’s body and reads the warning about making love to the androids because they may become pregnant. He laughs and makes love to LILI. The next day, Robert wakes up to discover that LILI is throwing up in the toilet. He expects there is some bad wiring in her system. He starts to eat breakfast and she comes into the kitchen and shows him a pregnancy test on a virtual tablet. He cannot believe what he is hearing and the two of them talk about what is going on. He panics and leaves to go to work. At work, Robert goes to Thomas’ office. Thomas says he hates androids because his father died from a sex android and explains his Dad’s junk was mutilated to the point that his balls were practically non-existent. Robert feels awkward and leaves the office. Billy enters the station and Robert takes Billy aside. He immediately tells Billy how Thomas’ father died. However, Robert becomes more serious and admits that LILI and him made love and that she is pregnant. Robert decides to have the child with LILI. Months later, LILI is rushed into a hospital under false medical records. Robert and Billy are by her side as she goes through an intense labor. At the climax of LILI’s labor, a drone flies into the room as LILI has her legs spread wide open and it drops an Amazon box into Roberts’ hands. He opens the box and discovers a computer motherboard. Suddenly, Robert hears the cries of a baby and he looks deeper in the box and there is their half-breed (half-human/half-android), TIMOTHY CONSTANTINE. Afterward, Robert and LILI make Billy the godfather to Timothy. Later, Robert and LILI return to their home with their newborn baby, Timothy. The parents are looking at congratulatory holograms and Robert receives one from his uncle, STEVE CONSTANTINE. Thomas congratulates Robert and their families have dinner, but Thomas discovers Roberts’ family secret and here begins the journey.
A confrontation between two good friends leads to a mishap, but who is to blame?
Look How sassy our GrannyBai can get! She surely knows how to vent out her frustration. All this while she was being taken for granted until she converts her cribbing into a comic rap. And yet she leaves a thought to ponder...Are Moms worth it? They exert themselves so much ,as to keep their children & family happy , only to be neglected or taken for granted. GrannyBai will not only leave you in splits but also make you dive deep into serious soul searching to value our moms all the more! On a serious note, There's always a Grannybai/Mummybai somewhere, inside every mother's soul, whether she's young, middle aged or old. She may /may not complain or vent out about her circumstances, grievances or trials in life, the way Grannybai did. But, at every stage, she truly deserves to be admired, cared for, cherished, loved & supported Mothers are caring, doting, giving, hardworking, loving & selfless beings. Their love is divinely beautiful , forgiving, generous, and yet strong & uplifting! The purity & strength of their soul is matchless. They always wish the best for their children,families, relatives, friends and everyone that matters to them With this epilogue, lets make a tiny personal resolution - an initiative to make our moms feel happy & treasured Let's try and do our bit to make them feel cared for,in any or every little way possible . Let's not make them feel like a devastated or resentful Grannybai. May everyday, indeed, be a Happy Mother's day.Not just one.
Nature Morte. Life may have stilled. All is not calm. This is Pandemic Dance No. 3 from a series of 5 - a response to the time in which we're living in movement on camera.
A young discovers that a flash light he found in a dumpster is actually a Portal Gun and wants to use it to go to his neighbors back yard.
The cardinals and the Swiss guard go up the stairs with the papal dress to be ironed, the preparations, the dressing: the new pope is ready to look out of the window of the apostolic palace and introduce himself to the faithful
Odd Man Out: The Series follows Charles Winters, a young African American man who’s desperate to find his place in the world. The series will detail the struggles Charles and many minorities face feeling accepted in their everyday lives while trying to make their mark in the world. Social issues such as those that plague the black community will be explored and we’ll see the tr
Story of an orphan Jaggu, accidentally encounters with the ghosts, how the Ghosts creates problems in his life and Jaggu's life goes on a roller coaster ride!
A man alone at home finds a way to have some company but unfortunately the dependence on social networks and smartphones makes the attempt in vain.
Social Doctor, an internet guru whose work is to dispense tips and suggestions to people who want to become a social media star, is visiting five “Users”, where they go one by one on top of a stage and do a little “performance” in front of the others, in order to gain real life "likes" and “reactions” in return, in order to become better influencers on the socials.
In “This Is An Invitation” I examine the possibilities for women in today's society to shape their lives freely. Using a performative videocollage, I would like to show the contradicting demands that women and their bodies are confronted with nowadays, especially through popular cultural media. Following the “cultural hacking” I make use of popular statements on the topic, but undermine them by connecting them to one another in a new way.
Carol was the perfect mother. So what was she doing hiding under a bridge with a hammer? Carol answers the door to an unexpected early morning visitor "I suppose you want to know why I was hiding under a bridge with a hammer?" Taking the stranger through the house, she says she needs to finish baking her cupcakes. As she bakes, she talks about how much she loves her daughter, Jessica, who has become the absolute focus of her life and about her long-running feud with the neighbours. Having given her life to bringing up her daughter she still finds herself alone and aware that she and Jessica are growing apart. She delves into Jessica’s belongings and online accounts, discovering that she isn’t the perfect Oxford-bound girl she’d supposed and that Jessica has become someone else entirely, someone Carol can’t recognise. In a fit of madness, Carol chases after Jessica and her secret boyfriend, Storm, the much despised boy next door, to their meeting place on a bridge, where she swings a hammer…and flees the scene unable to face the consequences of her actions. The cupcakes, Carol explains, are to make amends. She is ready now to go with the police as long as she can take the cakes round to the neighbours. As the film ends, she is taken away.
'Until Next Bite' is a nostalgic reminiscence of an Indian student studying abroad who misses her mother's home cooked food. She tries to recreate that missing flavour by cooking on her own for the first time.
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