|Kalo PothiReleased in:
Nepal, France, Germany, SwitzerlandStarring:
Khadka Raj Nepali, Sukra Raj RokayaTags: boy skinny dipSummary:
We are in the year 2001, a temporary ceasefire brings a much-needed break to a small war-torn village in Northern Nepal, bringing much joy among the residents. Prakash and Kiran, two young close friends, are also starting to feel the change in the air. Though they are divided by caste and social creed, they remain inseparable, and start raising a hen given to Prakash by his sister, with hopes to save money by selling her eggs. However, the hen goes missing. To find it, they embark on a journey, innocently unaware of the tyranny brought by the fragile ceasefire. - IMDbControversial scenesAdded:
|L'île bleueReleased in:
Vanessa Bile-Audouard, Geoffrey Sauveaux, Alyson Le Borges, Jérôme Hardelay, Roman Kolinka, Thomas de SambiSummary:
France, 1940. German troops have just invaded the country, but in the rural idyll of the family chateau inhabited by 20-year-old Mellie with her impoverished aristocrat father Alexandre and adolescent cousin Robinson, the war still seems far away # apart from the fact that Mellie's rich and unpopular fiancé André has been drafted into the army. For Robinson and his friends the same age, including the temperamental Bertrand, the war is merely a game they play in the remoteness of the blue island in the lake. Fifteen-year-old Bertrand already feels quite grown-up: when Mellie, his great love, succumbs to his advances, he is introduced to physical love. Bertrand's romantic sense of honor is deeply offended, however, when France negotiates a cease-fire with the Germans. To save his country's honor, he decides to embark on the "military defense" of the blue island: he has finally seen an opportunity to get quits with the absent enemy and to risk his life for the glory of his country. With a few playmates, an old hunting rifle and a home-made flag, he prepares to defend his realm # the blue island # against the might of the German army. When the first German armored cars, under the command of Francophile German lieutenant Frantz von Pikkendorf, arrive on the scene, the children approach them with utter fearlessness. The lieutenant accepts their challenge, seeing it as a game, but then insists that the children "beat an honorable retreat". When Pikkendorf tries to take the rifle from Bertrand, the boy shoots him in the shoulder. This leads to catastrophe: Bertrand is reluctantly shot dead by Pikkendorf. The lieutenant then accompanies the dead Bertrand back home with full military honors. After the war, Pikkendorf returns to France and visits the heroic Bertrand's grave. Once there, he recognizes Mellie who came to bring some flowers to her former first love, who she also will never forget. - IMDbControversial scenesAdded:
|Tony, tobe preskociloReleased in:
Josef Filip, Jozka Masnicák, Jirí Bakes, Jirina Solcová, Katerina Simková, Zdena SmrckováTags: bathing boySummary:
In the village cemetery, the funeral of a married couple - victims of a car crash - is ending. The relatives unscrupulously take away the facilities of the dead people's little cottage, totally ignorant of the fate of eight-year old Ruda (Josef Filip), whom the childless couple took from a children's home and adopted. Fortunately, an elderly lonesome uncle named Tony (Ludovít Króner) remains in the empty cottage and decides to take care of the boy, nicknamed Münchie after Baron Münchhausen for his wild imagination. - IMDbControversial scenesAdded:
|Cesta z mestaReleased in:
Michal VorelTags: boy skinny dipSummary:
As a hardworking software programmer, Honza's life consists of a familiar hectic schedule complicated by ringing phones and traffic jams. A phone call from Honza's son, Honzik (Michal Vorel), interrupts his activities, and soon the two, along with the family dog Bingo, find themselves driving away for the weekend, with the consent of both Honza's ex-wife and his boss.
Out in the countryside, they stumble upon a beautiful young girl picking apples. She is Marketa and lives in a cottage with her grandmother, who is an herbal medicine woman. Marketa introduces Honza to the village life where he meets various characters such as Ludva the tractor driver, an evil hunter and a homosexual lumberjack. Under the influence of the natural and friendly atmosphere surrounding Marketa and her grandmother, Honza eventually decides to take an extended vacation from work.
Fortunately, Honza is able to work on the company project via his laptop and e-mail. He completes the project, but fails to notice that his son has accidentally deleted important company files while trying to play a video game.
Honza soon falls in love with Marketa and finds out that she has a finace named Petr in the city. Marketa's grandmother dies and her funeral brings Marketa's parents as well as legal problems concerning grandmother's property and Marketa's future. By the time that Petr comes to fetch Marketa to bring her back to the university, she has already fallen in love with Honza and the two men fight it out over the girl.
Honza has only just won the battle and decided to settle down in the village with Marketa when a black company car drives up to the cottage bringing the bad news that the company has lost millions due to Honzik's video-gaming. Honza must go back to the city to repair the damage or face criminal charges and Marketa, all alone now, decides to fulfill the wish of her family and continue her studies at the university.
It seems that the romance is forgotten, but the cold winter brings them all together again on a frozen pond with a few pairs of ice skates. - ce-review.orgControversial scenesAdded: