Under the Bombs (2007)
Жанр : мелодрама, драма, история, военный
Время выполнения : 1Ч 38М
Директор : Philippe Aractingi
Писатель : Philippe Aractingi, Michel Léviant
In the wake of Israel's 2006 bombardment of Lebanon, a determined woman finds her way into the country convincing a taxi driver to take a risky journey around the scarred region in search of her sister and her son.
In order to turn their lives around, three taxi drivers living at the bottom rung of society hatch a plan to steal an invaluable art piece. Their plan was supposed to be perfect, but as coincidences pile up it becomes clear that nothing is going to go according to plan.
Veronica, a woman fed up with the routine of her life, runs away from the van in which she is traveling with her husband. Marcela, a taxi driver, will help her escape from it. Together, they will travel through Mexico City, sing at the top of their lungs, cry, count planes in the sky and become friends for an afternoon.
The film is about the life story of Fatma, a poor girl who lost her family in an accident, when she comes to Istanbul. Fatma comes to Istanbul from Tehran after the death of her family. His goal is to find his uncle here and inherit his father's inheritance from him. Although Fatma finds her uncle, she cannot inherit her father and is forced to work as a maid in this house. His uncle's son Ali and Fatma fall in love with each other and decide to get married. Ali's family sends him to their factory in Iran to prevent this marriage. He also kicks Fatma out of the house.
A self-described liberal from cosmopolitan Tel Aviv, Zaki wanted to get behind the politics of Israel’s controversial settlements in the occupied territories — so she moved there, temporarily, setting up an improvised cafe where she could chat with settlers from her own generation.
Two people are unexpectedly reunited, has time changed their dynamic at all?
Pancho, a womanizing taxi driver who, despite being married, does not know how he will manage to remarry and not miss out on the opportunity to have a life he always dreamed of.
Imran Khalil made it: he finally got his big break as an actor. However, after an incident at a press event goes viral and gets him fired, he is forced to return to Luton and figure out his next move.
Three incidents in a cab driver's day: a college boy wooing a flapper, a gold digger wooing a southern colonel, gun moll kills gangster and wants to be taken to the precinct house.
The tables turn when a smooth talking stalker tries to lure his next victim into a taxi.
Relentless: The Struggle for Peace in the Middle East was produced by the pro-Israel media watchdog group HonestReporting [sic]. The concentrates on the causes of the Second Intifada through an examination of compliance the Oslo Accords, by Israel and the Palestinian Authority. It pays particular attention to the failure of the Palestinian Authority to "educate for peace". The documentary shows interviews with Itamar Marcus, director of Palestinian Media Watch, S. El-Herfi, Raanan Gissin, Caroline Glick, John Loftus, Sherri Mandel, Yariv Oppenheim, Daniel Pipes, Tashbih Sayyed and Natan Sharansky.
A poor taxi driver offered a chance for a better financial future must weigh up the cost of walking away from what he most values. // In a world first omnibus collaboration between emerging Asian movie powerhouses, China, Korea and Australia, comes the classic adaptation of Loa She’s The Rickshaw Boy. Set in three locations, across three countries each thirty minute chapter tells the story of one man’s struggle for survival amidst the age of disruptive technology and explores the intimate relationship that has come to exist between man and machine and the evolution of that relationship.
A feckless loner receives cryptic TV broadcasts from a mysterious deity whose teachings inspire a strange and radical holy awakening.
A young taxi driver has lived a mundane life as a cab driver for quite some time. The faces have come and gone from his rear-view mirror. However, things change when two young man try to hijack his car in the middle of Georgian suburb.
Archaeological gardens and tunnels are built. Khaled and other Palestinians lose their homes. Lawyer Ziad gets angry new clients every day. Arieh and other Israeli settlers move in. PeÅ Holmqvist and Suzanne Khardalian follow a turbulent Jerusalem, 50 years after Israel took full control.
Berry has lost everything, but gets a job at taxi company IVOTAX. When Ivo finds out about Berry's past, he devises a trial that culminates in an intense chase through the streets of Eindhoven, in which no one seems to be trusted.
a state that used religion to control the mass. the mass reduced politics to the personal (social and domestic). religious shrines became political. And political figures became the new god. meanwhile, lebanon is collapsing. in this film, we are roaming within the lebanon with three individuals that are living the consequences of a failed state.
Gaza Ghetto: Portrait of a Family, 1948 – 1984 is a documentary film about the life of a Palestinian family living in the Jabalia refugee camp. The film, created by Joan Mandell, Pea Holmquist, and Pierre Bjorklund in 1984 is believed to be the first documentary ever made in Gaza. The film features Ariel Sharon, Binyamin Ben-Eliezer and soldiers on patrol "candidly discuss[ing] their responsibilities." The film follows a refugee family from the Gaza Strip who visit the site of their former village, now a Jewish town in Israel. As the grandfather and great-grandfather point out an orchard and sycamore fig that belonged to Muhammed Ayyub and Uncle Khalil, an Israeli resident appears and tells them to leave, claiming they need a permit to be there. The mother tells him that, "We work in Jaffa and Tel Aviv and that's not forbidden," to which he replies, "Here it's forbidden."
События фильма разворачиваются в 1948 году во время войны между Израилем и Палестиной. Четырнадцатилетняя палестинская девочка Фарха сидит в подвале во время обстрелов и наблюдает, как война уничтожает её дом.
A young novice sneaks out of her convent to deal with a matter that cannot be delayed.
Alberto, a collective taxi driver, observes through the lives that pass through his car, the beauty hidden in the decadence of the oil city where he works.