Roko and Boris are getting ready to rob one house in the suburbs. Boris seams to be up to the task, while Roko is having trouble with it. When they ring the door bell, asking for help and claiming that their car broke down, the person who answers the door is, to their surprise, a priest.
Louise is an insurance underwriter living in Los Angeles with her mother, May, who has recently been evicted from her apartment after the building was condemned. May’s grip on reality begins to loosen when she becomes aware of the relationship between Louise and her trailblazing boss, Catherine.
In 1956, France’s professional army lacks the manpower to keep the peace in Algeria, the colony which the country is determined to hold onto at any price. For this reason, reservists are called up and subject to an intense period of training before being sent to the front.
A young screenwriter invites some friends and colleagues onto the terrace of his house to celebrate the participation of one of his films at Cannes. It is a heterogeneous group of people forced to confront their unusual experiences and reflect on the environment in which they live.
Steven, a student in a specialised class in Luxembourg, figures out that his school has won a trip to Alcabideche in Portugal. He is more than happy because it’s the first time he’ll visit his homeland. Once on location, he decides to enjoy his vacation on his own with his two friends.
Director Stanislav Stanojevic’s award-winning drama tells eight stories of people whose human rights have been violated by their governments. Set in Zaire, Uruguay and several European countries, the stories all take place on November 10, 1983.
Schmid turns his abundant eye on that Mecca of European film life, the Cannes International Film Festival. Bulle Ogier stars as a woman who goes to Cannes and, lost in its chaos and unable to obtain tickets, ends up watching it on television from her hotel room.
Light shade of love, the mystery of the betrayal, the darkness of incest. An oriental woman sung and loved by a European troubadour. A married man haunted by a recurring nightmare, the betrayal of his wife, until one day reality will require overturning all expectations and fears.
In 1980 in East Germany, twenty-year-old Anne hides army deserter Juri and the two fall in love. With Juri’s life in danger, the two of them flee to the West, leaving Anne’s six-month-old daughter, Inga, behind. Inga is brought up by her grandparents, believing that her mother died.