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Zatoichi Jigoku tabi
Year: 1965
Country: Japan
Tags: bathing boy
Review: Zatoichi makes friends with a dangerous chess player, while fending off angry yakuza and bloodthirsty relatives out for revenge, and trying to save a sick child. Meanwhile, his luck with dice is turning... - IMDb
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Movie added at: 31.01.2018


'Zatoichi Jigoku tabi'

Isadora
Year: 1968
Country: UK, France
Actors and Actresses: Zuleika Robson, Nigel Kingsley, Lucinda Chambers, Mary Burleigh
Tags: girl skinny dip
Review: A biography of the dancer Isadora Duncan, the 1920s dancer who forever changed people's ideas of ballet. Her nude, semi-nude, and pro-Soviet dance projects as well as her attitudes on free love, debt, dress, and lifestyle shocked the public of her time. - IMDb
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Movie added at: 27.01.2018


'Isadora'

Lavanya Preeti
Year: 1993
Country: India
Actors and Actresses: Tara Shankar Misra, Bibhuti Bhushan Prusti
Tags: boy skinny dip
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Movie added at: 24.01.2018


'Lavanya Preeti'

À la place du coeur
Year: 1998
Country: France
Actors and Actresses: Abdramane Diakite, Benjamin Piat, Fiona Kendirian, Sofia Besnard, Amy Gassama, Lisa Lucciardi
Tags: boy skinny dip, girl skinny dip
Review: From the director of Marius et Jeannette, this story of two working-class families is a fable with an optimist streak. A young black man, Francois, is wrongly accused of rape by a racist policeman. The story is told in voiceover by his childhood friend, neighbor, and the mother of his future child, Clementine, who is white. The city is Marseilles as in the previous film, symbolic with its churches, prisons and ruins. Except in this film, director Robert Guediguian also ventures outside, taking the story to Sarajevo; two different cities, one devastated by war, the other by a bad economy and unemployment. A la Place du coeur won a Special Jury Prize at the 1998 San Sebastian Film Festival and was also shown at the 1998 Toronto Film Festival and the 1998 Montreal Film Festival. - Gönül Dönmez-Colin, All Movie Guide
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Movie added at: 20.01.2018


'À la place du coeur'

Forever Young, Forever Free
Year: 1975
Country: South Africa
Actors and Actresses: Norman Knox, Muntu Ndebele
Review: Also known as Lollipop and E Lollipop, Forever Young, Forever Free is a studied piece of whimsy filmed in South Africa and Harlem. Norman Knox plays a white orphan installed in a South African mission; his best friend is black foundling Muntu Ben Louis Ndebele. When Norman requires emergency surgery, he is flown to New York, where he bemoans the fact that he has been separated from his black chum. Whereupon, Muntu and priest Jose Fesser jet to the big apple themselves--but Muntu gets lost in the airport, and winds up in Harlem under the supervision of social worker Karen Valentine. Allegedly a demonstration of how racial barriers can be overcome by the innocence of children, Forever Young, Forever Free comes off as patronizing and not a little insulting, with the black child being regarded more as a pet than a person. When first telecast on American TV, the 87-minute Forever Young, Forever Free was cut by nearly 20 minutes--one of the few instances that the "edited for television" disclaimer was welcome. - Hal Erickson, All Movie Guide
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Movie added at: 17.01.2018


'Forever Young, Forever Free'

Al Hevel Dak
Year: 1980
Country: Israel
Actors and Actresses: Liat Pansky
Review: Explores the relationship between an eleven-year-old girl and her ailing mother, who is losing a grasp of reality in the surrounding environment of insensitivity and cruelty. - IMDb
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Movie added at: 13.01.2018


'Al Hevel Dak'

Borgen skole
Year: 1989
Country: Norway
Actors and Actresses: Line Storesund, Hanne Thaulow Eidsgaard, Øystein Børnes Daljord, Ingerlise Halvorsen, Bendik Østbye Johannessen, Jannike Teige, Kristian Syversen, Anna Bache-Wiig, Tore Larosi, Thomas Samuelsen
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Movie added at: 10.01.2018


'Borgen skole'

Attention bandits!
Year: 1986
Country: France
Actors and Actresses: Edwige Navarro
Review: On the day Jean Gabin dies, a kidnaper who also takes a fortune in jewels heisted from Cartiers murders Simon Verini's wife. (Simon was fencing the jewels for a youthful gang who robbed Cartiers; he suspects them of the murder.) He's framed for the theft and spends ten years in prison, writing to his daughter, Marie-Sophie, who's 11 when he's sent away. Released, he reconnects to Marie-Sophie and to the young thieves, seeks revenge, and is quickly arrested again. She doesn't know what to make of her father, retreats to her Swiss fiancé, and is flummoxed when one of the young thieves falls for her. Is resolution possible when crime cuts across families and romance? - IMDb
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Movie added at: 06.01.2018


'Attention bandits!'


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