Ein blutroter Morgen - Xuese qing chen (Flyer)

Ein blutroter Morgen - Xuese qing chen

Shaohong LiChina – 1990

The young teacher Li Mingguang is to be murdered in the north of China because of having taken the virginity from the young girl Li Pingwa. The whole family wants to take revenge on him for that, even the whole village. Critical of society, the film is about the backgrounds origin of the deed. This is shown through the inquiries on the part of the prosecution, the conversations between the villagers and the social structures of the place. More

Jukti, Takko aar gappo (Flyer)

Jukti, Takko aar gappo

Ritwik GhatakIndia – 1990

In this last film Ritwik Ghatak himself plays Nilkantha Bagchi, an alcoholic, in the character's own words «a broken intellectual». His wife leaves him taking away his books and records which were his only properties left. When Bagchi insisted she shouldn't, Durga replied that she is taking this away so that his son grows up with these books and music, but he managed to keep a fan which he sells to buy country liquor to start his unusual and abstract ride. More

Después de la tormenta (Flyer)

Después de la tormenta

A married couple with two children living in the suburbs of Buenos Aires have economical troubles. The father returns to his rural birthplace, where he finds that his father and brother are out of work, so he decides to the city. More

Komal gandhar (Flyer)

Komal gandhar

Ritwik GhatakIndia – 1961

Komal Gandhar, also known as A Soft Note on a Sharp Scale, refers in its title to the Hindustani equivalent of "E-flat". It was part of the trilogy composed of «Meghe Dhaka Tara» (1960), «Komal Gandhar» and «Subarnarekha» (1962), all dealing with the aftermath of the Partition of India in 1947 and the refugees coping with it, though this was the most optimistic film of his oeuvre. More