Udenrigskorrespondenten was Leth's first feature but must be regarded as an experiment in fiction rather than an action film in the usual sense. Alex Hansen (Henning Jensen) is a peripatetic correspondent and at the start of the film on an assignment in civil-war-ravaged El Salvador.
Interference is a silent dramatic comedy depicting a universal story about human beings trying to control their environment at all price.
Paramount's first all-talking picture, Interference was dismally directed by Roy Pomeroy, whose lofty status as the studio's "technical wizard" did not necessarily qualify him to be a director. Evelyn Brent heads the cast as scheming Deborah Kane, who sets out to blackmail Faith Marley (Doris Kenyon), the above-reproach wife of Sir John Marlay.
Interference continues the filmmaker's experimentation with time and stillness. A woman sits at her desk typing. Outside, the Canadian winter holds the land in its grip. Snow flurries drift past the window. The woman makes coffee, waits for the mail to arrive, sits in thought. We wait for the disaster to strike. At the end of the day, another woman enters the apartment and asks how the day went. The end. The accumulation of non-events gradually strips us of all the clichés of dramatic action, and we are made aware that our actual lives are always like this.
Martin Sanders (Andres Bagg), a socially awkward recluse whose only entertainment comes from eavesdropping on other people's private conversations, gets a shock when he overhears the devilish plottings of a serial killer who lives in his building. Now, Martin knows the killer's voice -- but can he discern the murderer's face from a sea of strangers before he claims another victim? Virginia Lustig and Chris Longo co-star.
A young man tries to continue to live with a strong sense of guilt years after his mother committed suicide.
A football halfback (Victor Mature) has a heart condition, a nagging wife (Lizabeth Scott) and a team secretary (Lucille Ball) who loves him.
An architect's desire to speak with his wife from beyond the grave using EVP (Electronic Voice Phenomenon), becomes an obsession with supernatural repercussions.
A man's family brought back from the verge of death, he then discovers he can identify people who are about to die.
This profile of the seminal rock band U2 traces the writing and recording of the group's landmark 1991 album Achtung Baby: a story that begins with the band verging on breaking up, and ends with a new era in the longstanding foursome's creativity and success. The release uses rare interviews, backstage footages, performances, as well as criticism and analysis by rock journalists and fellow musicians to tell the band's tale.