Tributes - Retrospectives - Cinema on cinema
| 179 minutes | 1975
A flagship film in the legacy of the unforgettable Polish filmmaker, The Promised Land traces the dawn of industrial capitalism in Eastern Europe and its accompanying erosion of values like solidarity and respect for nature and lessons learned. A masterpiece of baroque realism, the film paints a world where the greed of some trumps the fundamental rights of others.Presented by the FONDATION LILIANA KOMOROWSKA POUR LES ARTS and the EMBASSY OF THE REPUBLIC OF POLAND IN OTTAWA
Manchuria as the wild frontier in a Korean western: brutal, asto- nishing, ironic, epic. A singular adventure. A treasure map, bandits, a train, a bounty...
SOUTH KOREA | 179 minutes | 2008
An infernal duel between two hit men bent on annihilating each other. Delirious destruction and an ecstatically twisted storyline for an inimi- table high...
JAPAN | 179 minutes | 1967
The quintessential yakuza film, gutsy, out of control and unsurpassed. An uncompromising artistic rebellion.At the time, Suzuki was on the outs with his...
JAPAN | 179 minutes | 1966
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