90-year-old architect Shuichi Tsubata and his 87-year-old wife Hideko live in Aichi Prefecture. Their garden is bursting with 70 types of vegetables and 50 types of fruits, and they live in harmony with nature.
Set in the 1980s in Gunsan, a US military camptown, 15-year-old Sangguk falls in love with a prostitute and has his first sexual experience. He witnesses the wounds and struggles of sex workers in this US military camp town.
Nathalia Aragonese, Daniel Contesse, Elías Collado
Gladys is an attractive and brave young girl who lives in a marginal neighborhood of Santiago next to its mother and its small daughter during the dictatorship of Pinochet. One day they receive a young missionary: Samuel Thompson, who comes to preach the word of God and the benefits of progress. With his camera, Samuel records how the population lives in this adverse scenario, among ordinary pots, children without parents and major demonstrarions.
From Schubert to Strauss, Bach to Brahms, Mozart to…Billy Joel, Itzhak Perlman’s violin playing transcends mere performance to evoke the celebrations and struggles of real life. Director Alison Chernick’s (The Jeff Koons Show, Matthew Barney: No Restraint) new documentary provides an intimate, cinéma vérité look at the remarkable life and career of this musician, widely considered the world’s greatest violinist. Features new interviews with the world-renowned violinist, his family, friends and colleagues including Billy Joel, Alan Alda, pianist Martha Argerich and cellist Mischa Maisky.
The forest’s police chief Gordon is about to retire and he needs to find a new assistant. Paddy, a clever mouse with a great sense of smell seems to be the right candidate. Together they have to solve Gordon’s last case – the mystery of squirrel’s missing nuts. Could it be the fox that took them? Gordon and Paddy will soon find out.