More details on “56 UP” → At an isolated mansion in the snowy countryside of 1950s France, a family is gathered for the holiday season... Maybe the insolent chambermaid or the loyal housekeeper? More details on “The Addams Family” → Anna is stuck: she's approaching 30 and having an early-mid life crisis - one that's seen her regressing to a teenager, living like a hermit in her mum's garden shed and wondering why the suffragettes ever bothered.But there will be no celebration--their beloved patriarch has been murdered! Could it possibly have been one of his two young daughters? She spends her days making videos using her thumbs as actors - thumbs that bicker about things like whether Yogi Bear is a moral or existential nihilist.
This is a story about confronting the things we are most scared of - a story that explores the universal themes of being lost and finding yourself, making peace with who you are, and regaining self-confidence and dignity. Legionnaires seize the fort and turn Savitt loose in the Arab-haunted desert with only a fraction of the water and food needed to get back to civilization.
To begin his voyage into the future, Kubrick visits our prehistoric ape-ancestry past, then leaps millennia into colonised space, and ultimately whisks astronaut Bowman into unchartered realms of space, perhaps even into immortality.
More details on “2001: A Space Odyssey” → In a dusty, underpopulated California resort town, a naive southern waif, Pinky Rose (Sissy Spacek), idolizes and befriends her fellow nurse, the would-be sophisticate and "thoroughly modern" Millie Lammoreaux (Shelley Duvall).
When Millie takes Pinky in as her roommate, Pinky's hero worship evolves into something far stranger and more sinister than either could have anticipated.
Featuring brilliant performances from Spacek and Duvall, this dreamlike masterpiece from Robert Altman careens from the humorous to the chilling to the surreal, resulting in one of the most unusual and compelling films of the 1970s.