Although Sophia (Isabelle Huppert) and Trofim have been married a long time, she has never been able to bear him a child: he finds this unforgiveable. Desperately afraid of losing her husband, Sophia agrees to adopt an orphan.
Fascinating journey through the life and work of the prestigious Catalan poet Jaime Gil de Biedma, both marked by sexuality and eroticism. Jordi Mollá turns in a remarkable performance as the poet, who died in 1990 of AIDS-related causes.
Her name is Mina, but she is called Bambola (doll). Upon the death of her mother, she and her homosexual brother, Flavio, open a pizzeria. A man named Ugo loans Bambola the money, but is then killed in a fight with another one of her boyfriends, Settimio.
The Stars Must Burn is a story about people from the mine’s management who want to fulfil the production quota, which is at risk of not being met, and go down an old, unused mine shaft to look for coal.
Joris Ivens and wife Marceline Loridan took their cameras into Pharmacy No. 3 in Shanghai, which in addition to dispensing drugs manages an outreach program of medical services, an extension of the pharmacy’s in-house medical care center.
Through the story of a roadie whose ambition is to migrate to America and study singing, an examination of the Americanized youth of the 1960s who longed for the United States, their idealized land of riches and freedom.