In the spring of 2015, Israeli composer Shye Ben Tzur, Jonny Greenwood (Radiohead) and a dozen musicians from India were invited by the Jodhpur Maharaja to the Mehrangarh fort. Paul Thomas Anderon filmed those sessions, which also were captured on record.
Nathalie teaches philosophy in a Paris high school. She’s married with two kids, and divides her time between her family, her former students, and her mother. One day, her husband announces he’s leaving her for another woman, and she must carry on alone.
A philosophy professor finds himself interrogated by his wife, since she doesn’t trust the pedagogical approach of an educational project in which the man discusses literature with his female students. The professor’s theory will progressively turn practical, to the point it turns into a...
The ‘80s wouldn’t have been the same without this high-school fable that talked about social differences. Molly Ringwald completes her transformation into a pop icon by playing Andie, a middle-class girl in love with a rich boy.
Shiego gets amnesia after being struck. When he meets Kaumi, he discovers his talent for singing and becomes the lead singer in the band she manages. A romantic comedy about love, redemption, music, and second chances.
The director immerses us in the universe of youth, more specifically in the sexual awakening of a group of teenagers (among them, the young and beautiful Cybill Shepherd and Jeff Bridges) in a small Texan city during the fifties.
Summer in Paris. Vincent is a teenager living with his single mom, Marie, who, until now, has never revealed to him the identity of his father.
A music contest will take place at the Shibazaki high school, and the members of a band decide to ask Son, a Korean exchange student, to be the lead singer. The problem is Son barely speaks Japanese, and she only has three days to learn the songs.
Two kids with different origins who live in the same Brooklyn building become friends and wander around town together.
One of Bogdanovich’s trademarks: looking at classic film from the present. The film is presented as a voyage of discovery between a man and his daughter (Ryan and Tatum O’Neal, father and daughter both in fiction and real life) across the United States during the Great Depression.
A man goes to an armory to buy ammunition. He plans to assassinate several pedestrians and drivers from a rooftop. At night, he locates himself behind the screen of a drive-in cinema and starts to point at the people watching the show.