A man is delighted by how his new Tivo has changed his life, until the machine becomes obsessed with him and begins killing people.
The movie plot revolves around a burlesque theater called "Tivoli", located in downtown Mexico city. The Tivoli is about to be demolished by the corrupt major of Mexico city, and the artists struggle to try to save their workplace. Throughout the movie we see a strong critique towards the Mexican political system of the time, where corrupt politicians run everything like a fiefdom, and live with double standards. While they publicly criticize the Tivoli as obscene and indecent, many of them are regular customers and they even "hire" the artists to do private functions in their mansions.
Unemployed and homeless actors following the dream of finding the future in South America. The manager Osvaldo Curtis tricks the group of colorful and failed artists to apply for a special visa overseas.
Following the random path of a lighter that is being lost by their owners occasionally in different parts of the world, this story is built with the common stories of relationships, the "amour fou" and the surprising appearance of main characters of unusual stories and fitted with a sincerity not always timely.
Concert with Aqua recorded in Tivoli, Copenhagen, Denmark
A group of 30-year-olds who have been friends since high school attempt to throw an end-of-summer orgy.
Søren Østergaards Tivoli Varieté har gennem de sidste år begejstret anmeldere og mere end 150.000 publikumer med artisterier og figurer som Bager Jørgen, Smadremanden og Kim Tim. I "Nu stopper det!" fik Søren Østergaard selskab af Kirsten Lehfeldt og Peter Frödin og kombinationen af de 3 sikrede et brag af en Varieté med et overflødighedshorn af uforudsigelig komik, galskab og artisterier, der ikke er set lignende i Glassalen.
Live tracks of Delain recorded at TivoliVredenburg in Utrecht, Netherlands, during their "Danse Macabre Tour" in 2017. The show was released with the EP "Hunters Moon" on February 22, 2019.
Call him the Duke of Denmark, as this is the second superb Ellington performance recorded in that country to be released in 2003 alone. It's also an appropriate follow-up to The Intimate Duke Ellington; whereas the latter showcases Ellington as a solo pianist and in small group settings, Live at the Tivoli Gardens features the Ellington Orchestra in all its splendor. It includes two approximately 70-minute sets recorded a few days apart in 1971, when the Duke was 72.
The Lumière Brothers operator Gabriel Veyre goes to Mexico to film.