Intimate recordings in the personal surroundings of the maker. By re-ordering individual shots, hidden meanings emerge.
Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Reflection (魔法少女リリカルなのはReflection) is the third theatrical anime film in the MGLN franchise. Unlike the previous two films, it will not adapt an existing story (such as StrikerS) but instead feature an original storyline, taking some cue from the plot of The Battle of Aces and The Gears of Destiny but adding original storylines and characters, as well. It is the first part of a two-part story, with the second part titled Magical Girl Lyrical Nanoha Detonation.
As a storm rages, five desperate people are caught in the mirror's power to reveal lost souls, broken dreams, second chances, and some very strange sexual vengeance.
After a car incident, in which he lost his wife, a musician remains paralytic on a wheelchair. He retires in a lonely villa. Incidentally together with him in the villa there are also a bisexual, a lesbian and a vicious kid. The lascivious atmosphere drive all the protagonists into depraved games. But the pain for the lost couldn't be medicated.
Europol Agent Tom Brindle is called to Barcelona, Spain, to track down the notorious serial killer known as Pygmalion. A set of fingerprints lead to a young, volatile soldier, Marco Soler. Agent Brindle arrests Marco and intensely interrogates him, convinced that he has his man. Marco has an airtight alibi though and further investigation of the suspect leads Agent Brindle to a shocking discovery.
A young boy tries to cope with rural life circa 1950s and his fantasies become a way to interpret events. After his father tells him stories of vampires, he becomes convinced that the widow up the road is a vampire, and tries to find ways of discouraging his brother from seeing her.
Director Sara Broos examines the relationship between herself and her mother, painter Karin Broos.
A woman dressed in black is murdering young women. The police question lawyer Anselmi for whom one of the girls worked as a secretary, and it turns out that all the victims were friends of lawyer's wife Leonora.
An absurdist, surrealistic and shocking pitch-black comedy, which moves freely from nightmare to fantasy to hilariously deadpan humour as it muses on man’s perpetual inhumanity to man.
A boy. A girl. Through the looking-glass. Reflections. Absence. Memory. Being. Identity. A sense of loss.
In an historic final interview, filmmaker and music promoter Aaron Russo goes in depth on the insider-knowledge given to him by a member of the Rockefeller family. Russo was told– prior to 9/11– of plans to stage terror attacks, invade foreign nations, and kickstart a high-tech police state control grid that would track the populations’ every move with implantable RFID microchips. This information-packed presentation is filled with never-before seen footage. Throughout the film, Alex Jones breaks down the latest activities of the New World Order and how it ties into what Russo predicted.
Seven years ago, Regina (Mimi Rogers) was tried for the death. On the night before she becomes the first woman in over 40 years to be executed in a federal penitentiary, she befriends the lone, curious prison guard Colin Reeves (Billy Zane), who has been assigned to watch over her. By telling Regina's story through flashbacks interwoven with her present situation, the film helps us understand this woman in a unique, disturbing and sympathetic way
When Carol looks into a mirror -- any mirror -- she sees images that horrify and repulse her. She's not a Medium, she's not a Ghost Whisperer, she's a frightened young woman on the edge of madness. Will the handsome stranger who offers to help turn out to be her salvation, or her final vision of terror?
Wang confronts his youth. Life is boring and seems to be endless. The only thing he can do is survive each day. On New Year's Eve, he briefly returns to his senses while watching fireworks burst. During these vanishing moments he most strongly feels his own existence.
Shima (Mirei Kiritani) is a second year high school student. She has already become the youngest ever winner of a "new writer award" for poetry. Yet, she keeps it a secret that she is a writer at school. Shima has developed feelings for fellow second year high school student Kento (Takahiro Miura). One day, Kento confesses his feelings for her and they begin to have a relationship. Shima has difficulties understanding other's emotions and can't understand Kento's feelings. Soon afterwards, Kento decides to break up with Shim...
The filmmaker talks about what she sees while she's staring at the projected image of a face of the caged Emu (bird), which is one of a filmmaker's own archive shot by herself at the zoo. In one moment, there's a drop of tear falls from the eye of emu. Even if this one drop of tear has been merely a physiological phenomena to removing dust from its eye, yet the tear touches human mind. The eye of Emu and the tear are not only to make us perceive a human figure in the reflection, but it shows something farther beyond.
Eerie images of landscapes after the Fukushima nuclear disaster shot on black and white 8mm.
Reflections is a film by Henrikas Šablevičius that was made for Lithuanian Television. It is a surrealist etude that doesn’t have a clear narrative, and is courageous in its form, unusual in the context of Lithuanian cinema at the time.
The two main locations of the film are Venice and New York - it is these two settings in which the protagonist, an astrologist, is slowly dying. He is a victim of the Chernobyl catastrophe.
Bizarre tale of sex, betrayal, and perversion at a military post.
Thorin interview series
After The Reflection, some of the people in all parts of the world are discovered with super powers. Some become heroes, and others villains. How did the Reflection happen? What was the cause of it? With many unsolved mysteries, the world is led into turmoil.
Kenshin and Kaoru are married. Kenshin leaves Kaoru with their son, Kenji, to lead a revolution in China. But both of them suffer from a seemingly incurable disease. 15 years later, Kenshin tries to return home to his wife before she dies of grief. Flashbacks of Kenshin's previous encounters with friends and foes occur while Kenshin struggles to make it back home.
Reflections is a Canadian classical music television series which aired on CBC Television in 1962.
Time for Reflection was an early American television program that aired on the DuMont Television Network on Sunday evenings from April 30, 1950 to January 14, 1951. The series consisted of poetry and inspirational prose read by host David Ross.
Canadian Reflections is a Canadian independent short film television series which began on CBC Television in 1978. Early works by David Cronenberg and Atom Egoyan were featured during the series run.
The Meiji Era was one of great renewal for Japan, where swords and killing were outlawed. However, many survivors from the time of Revolution still live, lurking in the shadows and waiting for a chance to use their killing blades again. Only Kenshin Himura, formerly one of the most brutal of killers, hopes to keep his swordsman's honor and still live in the new era.