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This film's subtitle "Road Kill" was the first film's UK title, as in Britain the term Joyride means to steal a car and trash it. The third film in the UK would technically have to be called Road Kill 3: Road Kill.
subtitle Joy Ride
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THE CLUB (Music Box) A Vatican official travels to an isolated village where priests are sent to atone for their sins. Chilean black comedy in Spanish with English subtitles. (Not rated; mature themes)
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SON OF SAUL In the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp, a man forced to work in the crematoriums is determined to get a proper religious burial for the body of a boy whom he's taken as his son. This year's Oscar winner for best foreign-language film; in Hungarian and many other European languages, with English subtitles. (R; violent content, nudity)
Of the eight films in the festival, the sunniest and funniest is Yu Kan-ping's ``Myth of a City,'' in which an endearing school bus driver named Uncle Sun (Sun Yueh) takes his wayward bus full of kids on a joy ride to the ocean. In ``The Boys from Fengkuei,'' ``Daughter of the Nile'' director Hou Hsiao-hsien shows us teen-agers dying to leave their seaside town for the excitement of the big city but dissatisfied when they reach it.
In Edward Yang's evocative ``Taipei Story,'' the city is the star. The film deals with the dissolving relationship of a Taipei businessman and his childhood friend, a career woman who loses her job. The couple's life in Taipei turns chaotic, and the film ends violently but ambiguously, as several of these films do. The violence accelerates in Yang's fragmented but fascinating later film, ``The Terrorizer,'' ending in gory multiple murders. The plots of some of the films, like this one, done in Mandarin with Chinese and English subtitles, are not easy to follow.
Merab is a young man whose goal is to dance with the National Georgian Ensemble. He is thrown off balance when a new dancer named Irakli joins the troupe and a romantic relationship develops between them. It was Sweden's official selection for Best International Film for the Academy Awards. The filmmaker Levan Akin is Swedish, of Georgian descent. Akin was inspired to make the movie after seeing a news story about a small group of LGBTQ activists facing a violent attack for organizing the first pride parade in Tbilisi. The dancing is exciting and culminates in a strong statement about inclusion and freedom. In Georgian, with English subtitles.
Maybe the strangest movie of the year, this political/social satire from Brazil won the Jury Prize at the 2019 Cannes Film Festival. The story centers on a diverse group of people defending their small town against mercenary foreigners. The filmmakers cleverly blend western and sci-fi genres and make good use of their talented ensemble cast, with international star Sonia Braga totally on board for the ride. Be warned, there is a slow burn to graphic violence. However, the intentional narrative resonates for this moment. In Portuguese, with English subtitles.
Go behind the scenes of Berkeley Repertory Theatre's production of Fairview in the video below with the playwright and director as rhey reveal their thoughts on this unpredictable and critically acclaimed play.Written by Jackie Sibblies Drury, directed by Sarah Benson, with choreography by Raja Feather Kelly, the world premiere production comes straight to Berkeley Rep from a critically acclaimed New York run. Previews began on Thursday, October 4 with regular run of the show opening on Thursday, October 11 and continuing through Sunday, November 4. Individual tickets begin at $30 ($15 if you're under 35) and can be purchased online at berkeleyrep.org or by phone at 510 647-2949.A co-commission by Berkeley Rep and Soho Rep., the play was developed as part of The Ground Floor: Berkeley Rep's Center for the Creation and Development of New Work."I can't wait for our audiences to experience Fairview, a groundbreaking piece that subverts our expectations at every turn," says Artistic Director Tony Taccone. "Jackie Sibblies Drury's mastery of her craft is astonishing. As directed by the expert Sarah Benson, Fairview takes us on a wild, funny, surprising ride that leaves us unsettled in the best way, mulling over the ethics of perception and its impacts on the lives of Black Americans."
Filmed from the quiet edges of a city centre car park The Fairs presents a dual-screen work of two fairground rides appearing and then disappearing behind old industrial buildings and the John Lewis department store. The film evokes questions of escape, control, voyeurism, immersion and complicity.
Misunderstood / Incompresa (North American Premiere)Asia Argento, Italy/France, 2014, DCP, 110mItalian, French, and English with English subtitlesThe imaginative life of a preteen girl in Rome in the 1980s is depicted with love and humor by Asia Argento, who grew up in the same place and time under similar showbiz circumstances. All but ignored by her divorced, narcissistic parents and tormented by her more conventional and manipulative siblings, Aria (a marvelous Giulia Salerno) shuttles between the well-appointed digs of her singer mother (Charlotte Gainsbourg) and actor father (Gabriel Garko), carrying her only companion, a large cat who is more affectionate and comfortable in his own skin than any of the humans in her life. A precociously gifted writer, Aria elaborates her cat-accompanied walks into the sometimes life-threatening adventures that mix with mundane actualities. As a projection of young female subjectivity, Misunderstood is ingenious, direct, and utterly real.
The Artist And The Model (Unrated) Romantic dramedy, set in Occupied France during the summer of 1943, about an elderly sculptor (Jean Rochefort) whose zest for life is reignited by the attractive refugee (Aida Folch) who agrees to pose naked for him. With Claudia Cardinale, Chus Lampreave and Gotz Otto. (In French, Spanish and Catalan with subtitles)
The Machine Which Makes Everything Disappear (Unrated) Bait-and-switch documentary in which aspiring actors answering a casting call are instead merely interviewed about what life is like in the former Soviet bloc nation. (In Georgian with subtitles) 041b061a72