Ydessa, the Bears and etc.

Ydessa, the Bears and etc.

Ydessa Hendeles' exhibition entitled "The living and the Artificial" (consisting of works of art all comprising a photograph of living persons in the company of one or several teddy bears) had puzzled Agnès Varda so much that she decided to go to Toronto where the artist lives and interview her. In front of Agnes Varda's DV camera, Ydessa tells about the singularity of her artistic approach. She also expresses herself about the Holocaust, which both her parents survived.

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Rajesh M (nl) wrote: First half is very entertaining

talija b (br) wrote: Another action - "zombie" movie.Private military soldier Max Gatling (Dolph Lundgren) leads survivors and a band of robots against an army of the infected.

Robert H (ca) wrote: Mandrill is one of those movies every fan of action films should see at least once AND it has re-watch potential as well. Real action, amazing flips, and comedy gold! This film delivers the goods. Not quite as funny as say a Black Dynamite, it does have a very nice take on the secret agent/James Bond sub genre only this time... he's an assassin instead of a secret agent. And while a secret agent would make sense as a protagonist you can root for, Mandrill manages to get you cheering for the assassin!Go assassin go!!!!

Liam M (br) wrote: Astoundingly, entertainingly bad.

Paul B (es) wrote: mariah is excellent in this..very hot

Helen M (br) wrote: Love just about anything with Sandra Bullock in it!

Danny M (ru) wrote: I really enjoyed it. Better than the second one

George B (es) wrote: All the constant focus on the main character's internal struggle with his past made this movie seem like a horror movie made for Lifetime.

Josh M (ca) wrote: Hardware has a narrow outlook on its cyberpunk world. Most of the movie takes place in an apartment. Something on a more broader scale would have worked out nicely.

erwin r (it) wrote: one of the best movies

josiah s (nl) wrote: cannibal holocaust is my favorite cannibal movie the affects are amazing but the movie has a very good point to it.

Zack B (ru) wrote: Passable movie about a straight marshal who goes into a town where the law is overly conservative. Not much for action, but displays a very powerful final conflict that carries great commentary about having to bend the law a little in order to enforce it.

Dave J (ag) wrote: Friday, November 1, 2013 (1989) Casualties Of War WAR/ SOCIAL COMMENTARY Based on actual events which is like the war equivalent of "Prince Of The Sun" centering on war crimes committed by American soldiers against the Geneva convention during the Vietnam war- not about the atrocities committed by the Vietnamese army. The movie directed by Brian DePalma focuses on a particular situation which I'm sure far worst things used to happen in Vietnam, and the atrocities are far worst back then as opposed to what's happening in "Guantanamo bay" or the war in Iraq and Afghanistan put together, but just the same illegal acts are always committed-it's whether they can get caught and charged for doing it is the real question. Stars Michael J. Fox playing ethical American soldier Eriksson for while there had just witnessed a heinous act committed by Sgt. Tony Meserve played by Sean Penn which regards a raping of a defenseless Vietnamese girl and then shot in cold blood for a cover up. We are witnessing this event and more in accordance to Eriksson's point-of-view almost in the same tradition as "Platoon" directed by Oliver Stone. And although, it's based on a book written by Daniel Lang, I was already aware about this which doesn't seem like nothing I didn't know already from documentaries and so forth such as Vietnamese women raped or being prostituted before being abandoned leaving them to look after some American soldiers children( which this was shown from one of the "Missing In Action" movies, and torture tactics also committed by American soldiers. I liked this movie at the time I saw it which was like back in 1989 by means in accordance to a single person but it's like what about the other stories... don't they need to be told as well for it only dwells on one incident out of many. Because the US is not a Third World country always have to hold to a higher standard. 2.5 out of 4 stars

Esdras N (kr) wrote: Una de mis peliculas favoritas, la recomiendo mucho

Jeff B (ag) wrote: Excellent portrayal of the clashes among the old and new generation. Also a study in the common ground that can be found between the upper and lower classes. But nobody comes out smelling like a rose. Peter Boyle's finest performance and Susan Sarandon's first film.