Young woman with a dead-end job and no apartment moves in with a slacker and his friends.
Young single mother Emiko (Saori Seto) uses factory worker Shinnosuke (Amane Okayama) for money. They met through an online dating website and Shinnosuke is completely in love with her. Meanwhile, Emiko's ex-husband is demanding money from her.
Disease is Punishment is a live DVD featuring songs from The Network's first album Money Money 2020. The project, directed by John Roecker, with visuals & music videos directed/produced by Roy Miles of AntiDivision, was conceptualized to be a more a film than a concert DVD, as evidenced by the collages in between songs. The bulk of the material in the film was recorded live at The Key Club in Los Angeles on November 22, 2003, with many post-production shots mixed in with the live clips. The title itself, "Disease is Punishment," could be a very obscure reference to the band Devo, who the Network is heavily influenced by.
Freezing insight into the bowels of the "black holes" of the Slovak justice. Political document about power and state of justice in Slovakia.
The Fifties, a Soviet space shuttle crashes in West Germany. The only passenger, a cosmonaut chimpanzee, spreads a deadly virus all over the country...
Jack Jones, a reclusive writer with one successful novel under his belt, has been slowly sinking into depression and alcoholism due to his increasing writer's block. Just when he is about to throw in the towel, a mysterious figure leaves a special package by Jack s front door: a jar of blood. At first, Jack believes it to be some sort of prank... Until the night he uncaps the jar and a beautiful, zombie-like woman emerges from his bedroom closet. To Jack's disbelief, the woman sits before his typewriter and starts writing his new novel. But once the jar is empty, the woman will not return. In the end, Jack's obsession over having the woman finish his new book -- his masterpiece -- causes him to sink into deadly depths to supply her with all the blood she needs, no matter where it comes from or how he must get it. How far would you go to achieve success?
On a cross-country trip to visit sites of US terrorism, four friends confront true stereotypes.
Below the belt cancers and a below the radar cause are thrust into the limelight as N.E.D., or No Evidence of Disease, a rock band of GYN Oncology Surgeons, put the plight of their patients center stage in this riveting story of women fighting for their lives.
The Business of DisEase is an upcoming documentary exploring the hypnosis of marketing, belief systems and the body’s ability to heal. The film explores conflicts and distortions in the medical research studies; the misleading and deceptive agreements between drug companies and government, and the futility of most medical tests and interventions to prolong lifespan.
Non-theatrical government war short Produced for Coordinator of Inter-American Affairs
Over 4 hours of crucial video. Diagnosed with high cholesterol, Craig McMahon took control of his health and beat his genetic fate by consuming a whole plant-based diet inspired by Doctors Campbell, Esselstyn, Greger and McDougall. Certified by Cornell in plant nutrition, Craig asks experts hard science questions and creates delicious healthy meals in his kitchen based from years of research.
Health film using unusual imagery and metaphors to impart lessons in hygiene.
Infectious Disease 1 of 2 - Medstudy 2013 Video Board Review of Internal Medicine. These lectures contain over 64 hours of presentations and 750+ page Syllabus to help you prepare for the board exams. The followings topics are covered: Cardiology, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, General Internal Medicine, Hematology, Oncology, Infectious Disease, Nephrology, Neurology, Pulmonary Medicine, and Rheumatology. The board exams change every year, prepare for the exam by purchasing the latest edition.
Infectious Disease 2 of 2 - Medstudy 2013 Video Board Review of Internal Medicine. These lectures contain over 64 hours of presentations and 750+ page Syllabus to help you prepare for the board exams. The followings topics are covered: Cardiology, Dermatology, Endocrinology, Gastroenterology, General Internal Medicine, Hematology, Oncology, Infectious Disease, Nephrology, Neurology, Pulmonary Medicine, and Rheumatology. The board exams change every year, prepare for the exam by purchasing the latest edition.
Charming, intelligent and iconoclastic, Ben Lee is an Australian singer-songwriter whose creative growth since his early adolescence has undergone almost relentless media scrutiny. This is a playful yet deeply intimate portrait of Lee, exploring his meteoric rise to pop stardom and the issues of celebrity and spirituality that arise when launched into the spotlight.
Editing, the montage construction, is antithetical to cinematic art. It lacks a subjective viewpoint, offered by the long take, that would stimulate emotional processing. In other words, It's kitsch, it's bourgeois, it's vulgar.
In a rural village, there lives a man named Zoroku, with his sister, Haruko. All is well until one day, Zoroku becomes infected with a bizarre disease that blisters his skin and deforms his body. Fearing the reactions of the townspeople, his parents lock him in the house. Unfortunately, the village chief sees him, and soon, Zoroku and Haruko are mistreated by everyone in the village. Unable to watch Haruko suffer any longer, the parents decide to end Zoroku's misery themselves. Haruko tries to save her brother, and they leave home, but what comes afterward?
The story of a doctor named Tomasz who questions his beliefs, faith and morality as his end is near, so he makes all efforts to find dignity in his imminent death.
Big Bucks, Big Pharma pulls back the curtain on the multi-billion dollar pharmaceutical industry to expose the insidious ways that illness is used, manipulated, and in some instances created, for capital gain. Focusing on the industry's marketing practices, media scholars and health professionals help viewers understand the ways in which direct-to-consumer (DTC) pharmaceutical advertising glamorizes and normalizes the use of prescription medication, and works in tandem with promotion to doctors. Combined, these industry practices shape how both patients and doctors understand and relate to disease and treatment. Ultimately, Big Bucks, Big Pharma challenges us to ask important questions about the consequences of relying on a for-profit industry for our health and well-being.
You Are All Diseased is the 16th album and 11th HBO live broadcast stand-up special by comedian George Carlin, recorded on February 6, 1999, at the Beacon Theater in New York City. "How's Everybody Doin'?" - 0:54 "Airport Security" - 8:02 "Fear of Germs" - 5:58 "Cigars" - 1:39 "Angels" - 1:10 "Harley-Davidson" - 1:23 "House of Blues" - 2:00 "Minority Language" - 2:12 "Man Stuff" - 5:23 "Kids and Parents" - 6:51 "TV Tonight" - 3:53 "Names" - 4:23 "Advertising Lullabye" - 2:37 "American Bullshit" - 2:39 "Businessmen" - 1:26 "Religion" - 2:06 "There is No God" - 8:37