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The picture opens in Krasnoyarsk, Siberia, in late 1988, when military trainees Petrovsky, Ryaba, Chugun, Stas, Pinochet, Lyutev and Vorobyev are whipped into shape at a training camp by the brutal, sadistic commander, Warrant Officer Dygalo – prior to being sent off to the front lines. After several one-by-one dalliances with the local whore, Snow White, and a cautionary lecture on the history, geography and culture of Afghanistan (which most of the men sleep through), the trainees head off to battle – first to the Bagram air base, then to the Afghani province of Khost to secure supply lines. But nothing can begin to prepare them for the brutal devastation into which they are plunged, or the relentless tide of slaughter that scatters thousands of Soviet victims in its wake.
Comédienne hantée par son rôle de Nathalia Petrovna, l’héroïne de la pièce de Tourguéniev Un Mois à la campagne qu’elle répète difficilement, Marcelline tente de noyer ses angoisses dans une piscine sur un air de Glenn Miller. Mais rien n’y fait. Rien n’empêche le temps de courir et de lui imposer ses quarante ans et toujours pas d’enfant.
When Detecive Max Garrett is assigned to protect the sultry photographer Laura Cross from a ruthless killer, he has no idea what he’s in for. The more involved Garrett gets in the case, the more attracted he is to Cross, but as they get closer, so does the killer.
The relationship between two neighboring farm families are strained when one of them chooses to lease their land to an oil and gas company. In the midst of growing tension, the land is drilled, and something long dormant and terrifying, deep beneath the earth’s surface is released. “Unearth” is about the horrifying repercussions sown by short-sighted decisions, and what our children reap from our actions.
In 1964, a Catholic school nun questions a priest’s ambiguous relationship with a troubled young student, suspecting him of abuse. He denies the charges, and much of the film’s quick-fire dialogue tackles themes of religion, morality, and authority.
Difficult tale of poor, struggling South Carolinian mother & daughter, who each face painful choices with their resolve and pride. Bone, the eldest daughter, and Anney her tired mother, grow both closer and farther apart: Anney sees Glen as her last chance. The film won an Emmy Award for “Outstanding Casting for a Miniseries or a Special” and was nominated for “Outstanding Directing for a Miniseries or a Special”, “Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or a Special”, and “Outstanding Made for Television Movie”. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival.
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