An Icelander, the protagonist uses a bow and arrow to bring down power lines in a one-woman crusade against heavy industry.
In this autobiography, Almodovar (Antonio Banderas) travels back in time during when he recovers from the long suspension in his career. The visits to his mother (Penelope Cruz) back in Valencia reveals his brilliant childhood.
Colours White, 1994 (Krzysztof Kieślowski)
In this , the themes are
despair in love, the inevitability of deceit, the fascination of voyeurism and
the awful potency of men's fear and loathing of women. To throw everything
away, including one's very identity, and start again – that is another
powerful, recurrent motif.
In White, an immigrant Polish hairdresser in Paris, Karol, is
being acrimoniously divorced from Dominique (Julie Delpy) because he cannot
satisfy her sexually. They were happy enough before they were married, but
something about being married, and achieving prosperity in the comparative
luxury of France, has unmanned him. Obsessed with his tauntingly gorgeous
ex-wife, Karol conceives a plan to get back to Poland, becomes wealthy, and
contrives a new scheme to get back at Dominique.
Borrowed from Gabriel Garcia Marquez’s novel, this is a life-long
love that Florentino (Javier Bardem) keeps for Fermina (Giovanna Mezzogiorno).
A mentally ill father and his six year old daughter