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Zoom In: Rape Apartments (1980) Zûmu in: Bôkô danchi  Video

Posted by MirrorsMaker at Feb. 6, 2015
Zoom In: Rape Apartments (1980) Zûmu in: Bôkô danchi

Zoom In: Rape Apartments (1980)
DVDRip | MKV | 712 x 372 | x264 @ 1883 Kbps | 69 min | 1,15 Gb
Audio: Japanese AC3 2.0 @ 384 Kbps | Subs: English (embedded)
Genre: Horror, Pinku

Saeko, a somewhat enigmatic young woman, is brutally beaten with a rock and raped by a man wearing a dark-colored mask and black gloves. She eventually recovers, but not long afterwards a series of horrific murders begins occurring in the apartment building she lives in. When it turns out that the victims are badly beaten, then killed and their genitals burned off, Saeko begins to think she has an idea who the killer is, but realizes she may be murdered before she has a chance to expose the maniac.

U snedeného krámu / The Ruined Shopkeeper (1933)  Video

Posted by yorkiez at Sept. 24, 2014
U snedeného krámu / The Ruined Shopkeeper (1933)

U snedeného krámu / The Ruined Shopkeeper (1933)
DVDRip | MKV/AVC x264 ~1900 kbps avg | 1Hr 30Mins | 25 fps | 688x576 | 1.30 GB
Audio: Czech | AC3 2 Ch 160 Kbps | Subtitles: English, Czech
Genre: Comedy | Director: Martin Fric

The gullible buyer Žemla Martin (Francis Smolik) finally opened his dream shop. After a while, you get a lot of friends. Especially the former captain Kyllijána (Vlasta Burian), who come to him to drink brandy debt and sit on a bag of peas, where he talks nonsense. Its debt is starting to grow nicely. Later dupe marry an evil Pavlina Šustrová (Ela Poznerová). It can also bring their calculating mother, widow Catherine Šustrová (Antonie Nedošínská). These two together with a bun Kyllijánem use, but outside him are friendly. Later, when Žemla catches his wife cheating when he has become the father of a foreign child, and when he discovers that the shop is broke and completely vyjedený, poisoning. A best friend Žemlův captain Kylliján happily drunk debt for plum deleted.

Celluloid Nightmares / Mu zan e (1999)  Video

Posted by MirrorsMaker at June 27, 2014
Celluloid Nightmares / Mu zan e (1999)

Celluloid Nightmares (1999)
DVDRip | MKV | 720 x 480 | x264 @ 3000 Kbps | 65 min | 1,52 Gb
Audio: Japanese MP3 @ ~160 Kbps | Subs: English, Spanish
Genre: Horror, Gore, Pinku Violence

A female reporter researching underground sex films stumbles across a snuff film, and her further investigation causes the film makers to take action against her.

Carolyn Murphy by Nino Muñoz for Numero Tokyo April 2013  Graphics

Posted by nrg at March 17, 2013
Carolyn Murphy by Nino Muñoz for Numero Tokyo April 2013

Carolyn Murphy‎ - Numéro Tokyo April 2013
10 jpg | 900*1200 | 3.47 Mb
American model

我的父亲母亲 Wo de fu qin mu qin [The Road Home] 1999 [Re-UP]  Video

Posted by galmuchet at April 11, 2010
我的父亲母亲 Wo de fu qin mu qin [The Road Home] 1999 [Re-UP]

我的父亲母亲 Wo de fu qin mu qin [The Road Home] 1999
DVDrip | XviD-1237 | mp3@192 | 688x288 | 2 Audio tracks: Mandarin_1 French_2 | Subs: English, French, German idx/sub | DVD Cover | 1h26 | 1.0 Gb
Drame Romance | China 1999 | Director Zhang Yimou

The film by Chinese director Zhang Yimou, The Road Home (1999) is a story of past and present. In black and white we see a young businessman return to a rural village where his father has died. His mother wants a traditional funeral, which involves carrying the coffin several miles in the depths of winter. Then, in flashback and brilliant colour, we are told the story of his parents' courtship. His father had come as the local schoolteacher and had fallen in love with his mother, a local girl. Political complications ensue and they are separated for two years, but at last reunited. This apparently simply tale is told with great insight and dazzlingly beautiful camerawork, in a style which echoes the Italian neo-realist films of the 1940s. Perhaps it doesn't have the complexity of the director's earlier film, Raise the Red Lantern (1991), which starred the luminous Gong Li, but The Road Home has her match in Zhang Ziyi, who also starred in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon (2000).

P.Konlechner & P.Kubelka: Propaganda und Gegenpropaganda im Film 1933-1945  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by slindagor at Dec. 25, 2009
P.Konlechner & P.Kubelka: Propaganda und Gegenpropaganda im Film 1933-1945

P.Konlechner & P.Kubelka: Propaganda und Gegenpropaganda im Film 1933-1945
Österreichisches Filmmuseum | ISBN: ? | ASIN: B0000E7KZJ | 1972 | PDF (OCR) | 120 pages | 25 Mb

Jede Propaganda", befahl Adolf Hitler, "hat volkstümlich zu sein und ihr geistiges Niveau einzustellen nach der Aufnahmefähigkeit des Beschränktesten unter denen, an die sie sich zu richten gedenkt."
Mit primitiven Produktionen über deutsche Weihnachtsfeiern, Autobahnen, Frontsiege, über den deutschen Wald und "Die englische Krankheit" (Filmtitel) gehorchten deutsche Filmleute der Jahre 1933 bis 1945 ihrem Führer aufs Wort – was wirklich kein Wunder war.
it sentimentalen Durchhalte-Filmen ("The First Days"), hämischen Zeichen-Tricks und markigen Phrasen ("Bombardiert den Feind noch und noch und noch und noch, bis er genug hat!") nahmen sich jedoch auch Hitlers demokratische Gegner aus England und den USA in Kriegszeiten die Freiheit, ihre Bürger auf beschränktem Niveau zu manipulieren – und das ist hierzulande weithin unbekannt geblieben.
Denn die Kriegsgegner hielten die Propaganda-Traktate in ihren Archiven unter Verschluß. Ein Vergleich alliierter und deutscher Beeinflussungstechniken im Film war kaum möglich.
Daß er jetzt dennoch stattgefunden hat, ist ein Verdienst des Österreichischen Filmmuseums. Seine Kuratoren Peter Konlechner und Peter Kubelka holten die "Propaganda und Gegenpropaganda im Film 1933-1945" in 88 Dokumentar-Beispielen aus neun Sammlungen nach Wien und spielten sie in 26 ausverkauften Vorstellungen.
Noch einmal kehrte – im Film "Ein Volk, ein Reich, ein Führer" (1938) – die "Ostmark" heim ins Reich, wurde "Der Fluch des Hakenkreuzes" (USA, 1940) beschworen, der "Sieg im Westen" (Deutschland, 1941) gefeiert und "The Battle of Russia" (USA, 1944) auf deutsche Kosten geschlagen.

Critical Dictionary of Film and Television Theory  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by Alexpal at Nov. 23, 2009
Critical Dictionary of Film and Television Theory

Critical Dictionary of Film and Television Theory by R. Pearson
Publisher: Routledge | Number Of Pages: 544 | Publication Date: 2000-12-19 | ISBN-10: 0415162181 | PDF | 3 Mb

This new Dictionary is the first in-depth reference to cover the approaches deployed in the study of the moving image as well as defining key theoretical terms.
Featuring over 400 entries ranging from 500 to 3,000 words, this resource gives a context to the debates surrounding the terms rather than simplistic "definitions." The dictionary is destined to be a key reference for students of communication, media, film and cultural studies, art, design and literature.

Zhang Yimou-Wo de fu qin mu qin ('The Road Home') (1999)  Video

Posted by FNB47 at Nov. 25, 2007
Zhang Yimou-Wo de fu qin mu qin ('The Road Home') (1999)

Zhang Yimou-Wo de fu qin mu qin ('The Road Home') (1999)
730 MB | 1:25:46 | Mandarin with English s/t | XviD, 1010 Kb/s | 656x272

For the first time in many years businessman Luo Yusheng drives to Sanhetun, the village in North China where he was born. The district mayor called him to tell him that his father died suddenly, and Yusheng is rushing back to be with his mother. He finds her grief-stricken, keeping a sad vigil outside the decrepit village schoolhouse. But she is adamant that her husband's funeral will follow age-old local customs, even if they are rarely observed nowadays. She will personally weave the funeral cloth on the village loom, and local men must carry the coffin from the hospital back to the village.

Ekip Film - The Hittites (2003)  Video

Posted by Tutorial at March 27, 2017
Ekip Film - The Hittites (2003)

Ekip Film - The Hittites (2003)
HDTV | 1280 x 720 | .MKV/AVC @ 3673 Kbps | 1h 58mn | English AC-3 448 Kbps, 6 channels | 3.49 GB
Genre: Documentary, History

This is the glorious story of the Hittites - the most powerful people in the Near East of their time. Narrated by Academy Award winner Jeremy Irons, "The Hittites" brings the fascinating history of this mighty empire to life with expert interviews, stunning cinematography, dramatic reenactments, and visual effects. Highlights include a breathtaking recreation of the controversial battle of Kadesh that decimated the armies of Egypt's Pharaoh Ramesses II. Based on the actual words of the Hittites, deciphered from ancient clay tablets excavated in the 20th century, their story unfolds as beautifully as it written almost 3500 years earlier.

Epd Film - April 2017  Magazines

Posted by Torries at March 27, 2017
Epd Film - April 2017

Epd Film - April 2017
German | 39 pages | True PDF | 9 MB