Marco Vallez is possessed by the beauty of a circus sharp shooter, and from the second they meet he is willing to give up everything to be with her. But one horrifying night sends them both down a road of revenge leaving behind a trail of bodies to the ultimate showdown with justice.
“I saw a city that’s literally exploding, in early transition from the ancient to the modern, adding skyscrapers and other buildings at a breakneck pace, the skyline of the city revised every few months or so, the city was clearly in the process of preparing for hosting the 2008 Olympics.”
Inside a North London magistrates’ court, judges hear an endless litany of criminal cases, from the hapless to the horrifying. Outside the court, Marc Isaacs waits with a camera. Over 4 seasons he speaks to people on their way in and out of the building, sympathetically documenting their stories.
The story revolves around three main characters and a body. A man fakes his own suicide for insurance money and another man uses the body to fight a gang. With him is a woman who trusts him implicitly. Lee Beom-soo is a former lab researcher and Kim plays the daughter of his senior colleague.
After being unfaithful to her one time too much, Fred’s wife has him shot dead by a killer. However, Fred manages to persuade Death to make a deal: He’ll receive back his life if he frees from their misery three women whose hearts he had broken at lifetime.
In “Over There” Kahani describes ten days in the lives of Payman and Leila. Payman is a young man who has only ten days left in order to return to the U.S. to renew his green card but he can’t exit the country because of marital problems with his wife Leila.
In this film, Puipa’s heroes again are common people. The story is about a Lithuanian village. A village is a place to escape to from all urban neuroses. At first sight, the hero finds everything is simple and clear. Even his personal drama (he is nearly divorced from Deima) seems to be solvable.