The film is directed by Mark Donskoy, a protégé of Sergei Eisenstein, which becomes quite apparent when the viewer is caught off guard by unique camera angles and creative photography.
In his film "The Big Fix," director Josh Tickell challenges the 'official version' of BP's story that all is well in the Gulf of Mexico after the spill.
Which is actually stronger, a monopolistic-world-dominating corporation, young love, or gravity? The Hollywood answer is obvious, but this film isn't from California. It's French-Canadian.
Two very different foreign films focus on the advertising industry. They intersect at the idea that advertising feeds upon our innate desire for happiness.
Of course, there are many more than ten, but we should start somewhere.
This all consuming experience in the Soviet psyche resulted in many films that portrayed the incredible heroism of the Soviet people.
The film had its moments, including some poking fun at the original. Still, a good moment here or there cannot justify an otherwise dull movie.
Bond endures, and as much as one can credit the simple virtues of a well-conceived fantasy figure, it's also due to producers who felt they owed the character a fresh approach.
The vaguely socialistic title references "The New Communards," consisting of a crack ensemble cast of two actresses well known to American audiences.