On the brink of signing with a major label, three rappers and their manager are transported back to 1969 where they reluctantly join one million mostly white hippies on a pilgrimage to Woodstock - rock's seminal concert and apex of the sixties counterculture.
You are in a zone. Where time and space is irrelevant. Your thoughts and mashed up together like potatoes. Let it all fade away. The train is about to arrive. Forget the past. Live the present. Fear the future.
Jobless girl spends her life playing Transformice 24/7 when she gets kicked out of her rented apartment by an evil maniac named "Cucu". Now, broke and on the streets, the girl must steal money in order to make a living and face dangerous threats.
This vivid film of Wagner's romatic opera succeeds in conveying what has famously been called "the wind that blows out at you whenever you open the score", including Daland's boat anchoring against the Sandwike cliffs, the red-sailed phantom ship, and the ghost crew rising from the dead. "Scenes that recall classic horror films... Brilliantly successful" (Nürnberger Nachrichten), "Captures the works' essence" (Süddeutsche Zeitung). With a superb cast; conducted by Wagner authority Wolfgang Sawallisch.
Belgrade/Yugoslavia, July 20, 1969, the day when Apollo 11 landed on the Moon. The city is deserted; everybody hypnotically watches TV transmission, except he and she, who are overwhelmed by mutual rapprochement.
A look at the comic book history of the title character, one section a piece dedicated to 70s, 80s, 90s and 2000's by way of some interesting interviews with the various artists and writers who have worked on the different incarnations of the Marvel Comics that the film was based on. When combined the four parts of this documentary clock in at just over forty-five minutes in length. Those who are familiar with the various comics will definitely enjoy this look back at the character's history and hearing about it from the people who made it happen.
An unnamed passer-by is forced to trace a circular route inside an abandoned tram station, facing loss and time. The broken walls act as a channel, transmitting fragmentary, blurred and analogical memories.