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"The Orator is the first movie to be filmed and produced in Samoa. It is also entirely in the Samoan language and was New Zealand’s entry for the Academy Award for a foreign-language film this year, although it did not make the short list."    Read more: http://mljadoptions.com/Media.aspx?articleID=382#ixzz1nV9Eoxqf   Under Creative Commons License: Attribution No Derivatives

"The Orator is the first movie to be filmed and produced in Samoa. It is also entirely in the Samoan language and was New Zealand’s entry for the Academy Award for a foreign-language film this year, although it did not make the short list." Read more: http://mljadoptions.com/Media.aspx?articleID=382#ixzz1nV9Eoxqf Under Creative Commons License: Attribution No Derivatives

Kakogiannis made this movie with no money but with a lot of talent. An ace up its sleeve: THE ACTRESS Ellie Lambeti!

Directed by Akira Kurosawa.  With Toshirô Mifune, Yûzô Kayama, Tsutomu Yamazaki, Reiko Dan. In 19th century Japan, a rough tempered yet charitable town doctor trains a young intern.

Red Beard (1965)

Directed by Akira Kurosawa. With Toshirô Mifune, Yûzô Kayama, Tsutomu Yamazaki, Reiko Dan. In 19th century Japan, a rough tempered yet charitable town doctor trains a young intern.

Days of Being Wild (A Fei jingjyuhn) is a 1990 Hong Kong film directed by Wong Kar-wai. The film stars some of the best-known actors and actresses in Hong Kong, including Leslie Cheung, Andy Lau, Maggie Cheung, Carina Lau, Jacky Cheung and Tony Leung Chiu-Wai.

Days of Being Wild (A Fei jingjyuhn) is a 1990 Hong Kong film directed by Wong Kar-wai. The film stars some of the best-known actors and actresses in Hong Kong, including Leslie Cheung, Andy Lau, Maggie Cheung, Carina Lau, Jacky Cheung and Tony Leung Chiu-Wai.

The Time That Remains  Filmmaker Elia Suleiman makes deadpan, absurdist, non-polemical movies about the plight of his fellow Palestinians. One of the most acclaimed foreign films of the past two years, Suleiman's wry, laconic film spans six decades (from the founding of Israel in 1948 to the present) and is based on his father's career as an Arab freedom-fighter and on his own childhood. "Presents a half-century of tragedy and turmoil as a series of mordant comic vignettes." – NY Times.

The Time That Remains Filmmaker Elia Suleiman makes deadpan, absurdist, non-polemical movies about the plight of his fellow Palestinians. One of the most acclaimed foreign films of the past two years, Suleiman's wry, laconic film spans six decades (from the founding of Israel in 1948 to the present) and is based on his father's career as an Arab freedom-fighter and on his own childhood. "Presents a half-century of tragedy and turmoil as a series of mordant comic vignettes." – NY Times.

for those days where you just wrap yourself in a lava lava and pick some coconuts by the sea

for those days where you just wrap yourself in a lava lava and pick some coconuts by the sea

The Grandmaster. A mixed bag. Gorgeous fight scenes and atmosphere, combined with some great character moments are bogged down with really confusing storytelling (granted, part of this probably has to do with the fact that I am a Western viewer). Glad I got this from the #library. Also, don't watch the netflix version. it has been edited and is apparently even more confusing. Watched DVD 07/20/14 #library

The Grandmaster. A mixed bag. Gorgeous fight scenes and atmosphere, combined with some great character moments are bogged down with really confusing storytelling (granted, part of this probably has to do with the fact that I am a Western viewer). Glad I got this from the #library. Also, don't watch the netflix version. it has been edited and is apparently even more confusing. Watched DVD 07/20/14 #library

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