Robert Altman, Ken Russell, Nicolas Roeg and Jean-Luc Godard are among the 10 directors contributing to this avant-garde collection of music videos inspired by classic operatic pieces.
Controversial serio-comic look at a day in the life of a prostitute. Also known as "If You Can't Say It, Just See It".
A Harvard scientist conducts experiments on himself with a hallucinatory drug and an isolation chamber that may be causing him to regress genetically.
When a fugitive begins a romance with the woman hiding him from the law, it becomes uncertain whether he will ever escape the shadow of his heinous crimes--or the detectives hot on his trail.
Having just elected to depart Finland, Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) is forcibly recruited back into MI-5 by Colonel Ross (Guy Doleman) in Billion Dollar Brain, 1967.
Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) must stop a U.S. general from launching an invasion of Russia with a supercomputer in Billion Dollar Brain (1967).
Director Ken Russell is full of flourishes and Francoise Dorleac's cello playing is sub-par, as Leo (Karl Malden) recruits Harry (Michael Caine) for a job in Finland in Billion Dollar Brain, 1967.
Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) catches Colonel Ross (Guy Doleman) burgling his apartment, rejects an offer to rejoin MI-5 and takes an automated call, in the opening scene from Billion Dollar Brain, 1967.
Tommy (1975), the deaf, dumb and blind kid who becomes a pinball wizard in Ken Russell's interpretation of The Who's rock opera.
It's cold in Helsinki when Harry Palmer (Michael Caine) arrives with his secret thermos, and is surprised to meet Anya (Francoise Dorleac) in director Ken Russell's Billion Dollar Brain, 1967.
Famed composer Gustav Mahler reflects on the tragedies of his life and failing marriage while traveling by train.
Prisoner of Honor documents the French Dreyfus Affair that saw a French Captain sent to Devils' Island for espionage near the end of the nineteenth century.
This feverish, mind-bending odyssey follows conjoined twins who are groomed into a searing Punk duo in the grimy 1970s. They share songs, they share fans, and they share women, even as their personal identities grow apart. A 2007 Spirit Award nominee for Best Cinematography, this IFC film takes you into a world of freaks and Rock & Roll.
In the 1970s a music promoter plucks Siamese twins from obscurity and grooms them into a freakish rock'n'roll act. A dark tale of sex, strangeness and rock music.
Prisoner of Honor documents the French Dreyfus Affair that saw a French Captain sent to Devils' Island for espionage near the end of the nineteenth century. Richard Dreyfuss plays Colonel Picquart who is given the job of justifying Dreyfus' sentence.
An investigation into the conviction of a French Army Captain of treason leads a man into the deadliest of conspiracies that helped divide the people of France and set the stage for the First World War.
Prisoner of Honor documents the French Dreyfus Affair that saw a French Captain sent to Devils' Island for espionage near the end of the nineteenth century. Colonel Picquart is given the job of justifying Dreyfus' sentence. Instead, he discovers that Dreyfus, a Jew, was a convenient scapegoat for the actions of the true culprit, a member of the French General staff. His attempt to right the wrong sees his military career ended and the famous French author, Emile Zola, found guilty of libel.
Alcoholic book editor from a bargain-basement publishing house in Great Britain, "Barley" Scott Blair (Sean Connery), would rather be drinking in Lisbon than attending a book dealers' show in Russia. To his surprise his boozy holiday ends early when CIA agent (Mac McDonald) pays him a visit. It seems that through a book show intermediary the CIA has received a package from Russian book editor Katya (Michelle Pfeiffer) that contains remarkably detailed notebooks written by a cynical Russian physicist named "Dante" (Klaus-Maria Brandauer). The notebooks illustrate the jocularity of Russia's nuclear threat: Russian rockets "suck instead of blow...and can't hit Nevada on a clear day," in the harsh words of CIA Agent Russell Sheridan (Roy Scheider). Unsure of Dante’s motives in sending the notebooks to Blair and questionable about the end of the nuclear arms race the British Secret Service decides to send Blair to new Russia to meet Katya. His objectives: to assess new Russia's involvements in the old Cold War and to verify the authenticity of the notebooks.
While on holiday, Connie receives devastating news from Mrs. Bolton. Urged to forsake Mellors, she refuses, realizing that she truly loves the gamekeeper. When Connie tells Sir Clifford of her pregnancy, he is ecstatic, believing the father to be one of her old flames. Mellors gives notice at the estate and announces that he will travel to Canada. Connie faces a wrenching decision that will forever alter her life.
As her attachment to Mellors grows, Lady Chatterley's marriage to Sir Clifford begins to fall apart. She finally admits that she would rather stay with the humble gamekeeper than return to her invalid husband. Connie accepts an invitation to take a summer trip with her father and sister to Mandalay. Before she leaves, she tells Mellors life-changing information.
Connie takes to spending hours watching Mellors rearing pheasant chicks on the estate's grounds. Eventually, she succumbs to her attraction to the gamekeeper. Their relationship becomes more complex when Connie realizes she may be with child. Mrs. Bolton spreads a helpful rumor around town, but Mellors scorns the idea of providing Clifford with an heir.
Sir Clifford Chatterley returns to his family estate after having been paralyzed in World War I. Desiring an heir, he urges Connie, his beautiful wife, to take a lover, but she demurs. Connie hires a professional nurse for Clifford, and Mrs. Bolton soon establishes complete mastery over her patient and the household. Later, Connie meets the estate's gamekeeper, Oliver Mellors.
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