This road picture follows a dope fiend named Rick, who believes his goal in life is to track down Ginger, a famous porn star who is currently staying in her Beverly Hills hideaway. Rick is obsessed with Ginger, watches her movies obsessively, and deals drugs on the side, all to the chagrin of his lover Tamara. He decides to seek out Ginger via the road, and along the way picks up Jules, a neurotic, virginal type. Written by Jason Clark
Three friends kill some time on a cream sofa. With nowhere to go and nothing to talk about, the cracks soon begin to appear in their relationships.
Russian writer/director Abram Room never again made anything as good--or as highly individual--as his 1927 silent film Bed and Sofa. In this one-of-a-kind satire of the Moscow housing shortage, a married construction worker invites an old pal to stay with him. The friend not only accepts the worker's hospitality, but the favors of his wife as well. Impregnated, the wife tires of being a pawn for two rampaging male libidos and leaves both men, seeking a new life of her own. Bed and Sofa is also known as The Third Meschanskaya.
An artist has an opportunity to go to Paris and wants to bring his fiancee along. However, she's a psychiatrist who currently has three female patients who don't like men. So, he guises himself as three different men to gauge their trust and hopefully cure them so that his fiancee can go with him.
Marie (Claire Borotra) has everything to be happy: has returned to his hometown with Marc (Bruno Solo), her husband, whom she adores. It has a new job, a new house even has a fun and engaging new friend, Nadia (Virginie jig). Only missing this magnificent red couch has seen in the window of the antique When he comes home the sofa of your dreams, once thought to be a gift from his friend. The next morning, Nadia found dead in his garage, has committed suicide. Marie decides to investigate on his own. But not always well to inquire into the intimate life of your best friend. In the game of cat and mouse never know who is the victim and who the executioner.
Two young men carry a couch through the city.
In the countryside near Normandy's beaches lives Marie, unhappy. It's 1945, she's married to Jérôme, a somewhat fussy milquetoast, diffident to the war around him and unwilling to move his wife to Paris, where she longs to live, shop, and party. A German outfit is bivouacked at Jérôme and Marie's crumbling château because its commanding officer is pursuing Marie. She's also eyed by a French spy working with the Allies as they plan D-Day. He woos her (posing to the Germans as her brother) and, in his passion, forgets his mission. Heroics come from an unexpected direction, and Marie makes her choice.
The former spouses Jacqueline and Bernard are still living in the same apartment. And now each of them has a new "half"...
To transport a newly purchased sofa to your home is an easy task. In a Palestinian refugee camp in Lebanon, this task becomes a Sisyphean journey revealing the complexities and absurdities of everyday life in the Shatila camp in Lebanon.
A story of a strong friendship between two men and their single life in Copenhagen in the nineties. The modern Don Juan, Pierre, and his good friend and contrast, the painter Søren. The two of them stick together when nothing works their way. A black comedy of love, eroticism, loneliness and fate.
A separated yet self-sufficient craftswoman puts up a friend who is also separating. The hostess has three teenage children, and the arrival of her guest will interfere with their domestic harmony, apart from slowly but surely causing a hormonal surge in one of the boys.
One Couch at a Time follows 'CouchSurfing evangelist' Alexandra Liss across 6 continents, 21 countries, CouchSurfing for 7 months in the first full-length feature ever to document the CouchSurfing movement and this emerging 'age of sharing' we are entering.
Sofazr, a group of musicians from Malaysia star in their very own movie directed by Tauke Raja Lawak dan Isma Af7. The film is a comedy horror about a group of mentally ill patients who are being haunted by a vengeful spirit. But how would they know that it is a real spirit and not a figment of their imaginations? Can they even protect themselves?
A high-rise apartment built in the 1960s provides housing for 2500 people from 42 nations. Separated from the city by a river and bounded by towering sandstone cliffs, everyone attempts to live and survive in their own way. Foreigners who have a go at being Swiss, and Swiss who observe with scepticism. They meet in the corner shop run by an Iraqi living in exile, send their kids to a children’s club managed by a missionary, and old drinking mates meet regularly over a beer in the neighbourhood’s only bar. Despite all the differences, they are rather proud of the fact that they come from here.
Five different directors adapt the works of Japanese author Otsuichi in this collection of unconventional live-action and animated shorts. A woman is murdered under odd circumstances in the title film, "Zoo"; twin sisters are treated differently in "Kazari and Yoko"; two siblings find themselves trapped in "Seven Rooms"; a survivor learns about life and death in "When the Sun Shines"; and parents lose the ability to see each other in "So Far."
The War at Home is an American sitcom created by Rob Lotterstein that ran from September 11, 2005 to April 22, 2007 on Fox. It follows the antics of a largely dysfunctional Long Island family. The show lasted for two full seasons but was not renewed for a third season.
Professor Mark Miodownik shows the hidden aspect of modern day life.