Hana, a young woman in her late twenties, has been faced with the most difficult decision in her life: to give birth to a child that will very likely have a congenital genetic disorder; or to have an abortion.
A music video was released in mid 1992 featuring Sting, Eric Clapton, Michael Kamen and David Sanborn performing the track together while a few scenes of Lethal Weapon 3 are shown. The video snippets in where the quartet performs the song are shot in black and white. Clapton is also seen smoking a cigarette in the video and using his Zippo petrol lighter to create the opening rhythm instead of a drum set or programme.
A hypochondriac tries to figure out what's ailing him. Hopefully it's just a parasite.
video by comedian aneta renfroe
In order to be technically free of the mortal sin of suicide, a young man who has given up on the world pays a drug-addict to shoot him. Charles, who is a student, has tried political action and investigated the claims of religion but ultimately finds nothing which will change the overwhelming bleakness he feels surrounded by. In this austere movie by director Robert Bresson, the power of the storytelling comes from the lucidity of the imagery captured on film, rather than in the acting.
Claudia, Rita, and Caterina are three friends who live in a conservative Italian town and lead seemingly neat and respectable married lives. One day, they are summoned to the notary public's office and learn that Anna, one of their peers in high school who got a bad name as a "whore" in the town because of them and was forced to leave is now dead. Furthermore, she had amassed a great fortune abroad and decided to bequeath it to the three. However, she has a strange condition: Claudia, Rita, and Caterina should cheat on their husbands within three days and provide photographic evidence or else the inheritance will be donated to the retirement home.
Du Ska Nog Se Att Det Går Över (Don't You Worry, It Will Probably Pass) is a documentary by Cecilia Neant-Falk. When she was 14 years old, in 1986, she posted an add in a youth magazine, explaining that she was bisexual and wished to get in contact with other people in the same situation. In 1999, she posted the same add in the magazine and decided to make a movie about the three people who responded.
Chase Sasuga's just a guy tryin' to go to school in a crazy, messed up world, but when he gets attacked by some robotic assassins, he realizes the world may be a bit more chaotic than he assumed.
The second gripping slab of the "Spacemen Belong in the Future Probably" saga, in which Chase discovers more about his mysterious attackers, and those who saved him from certain stabby death.
The Third and final slab in the SBFP Trilogy. It chronicles the dramatic finale, with all the drama and stuff that happens too! And... there is dancing.