Pinoy Sunday is the story of Manuel and Dado, two Filipino migrant workers, who discover a discarded sofa. This transforms their normal Sunday routine into a tale of adventure, perseverance and self-discovery.
In a mining town in western China, separately, we follow three members of a family. Each individual family members’ story flows from one to another chronologically, although they do not simply trace the continual development of a single family.
It is a film about a 19th century Lithuanian folk artist who carved wooden sculptures. It was art critic Irena Kostkevičiūtė, the author of a book about Vincas Svirskis, who prompted the idea to preserve the artworks of the nation’s talent.
With the 100th anniversary of Mikalojus Konstantinas Čiurlionis fast approaching, all people that were one way or another related to him became very important. The heroes of the film are the artist’s sisters.
The documentary is issuing the life of people being victims of the childrens “medical” department “Am Spiegelgrund”. Victims and relatives of victims tell their problems handling memories that determines their life up the present days.
Summer has arrived. Christine, a 42-year-old attractive and efficient media professional, travels with her husband and daughter to their holiday home in the Mediterranean where a young hitchhiker begins to attract her attention.
Pink is a very successful young, punk poet travelling Germany and giving recitations. Up till now she has been living a relatively free and easy life but with success comes offers of marriage and the possibility of settling down.