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Never Grow Old

In the border town of Harlow is now a place where there are many vices. The Bandit Albert and his gang have arrived to take with their opponents...

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Love Death + Robots

Robots that question the disappearance of man, women who fight misogyny in an arena of monsters, peasants with heavily armed exoskeletons to repel hordes of giant insects, sentient yoghurts, misplaced space missions, waste that comes to life, evolution and involution of an artificial intelligence and a whole universe in a freezer: these are just some of the stories of this anthology of animated shorts...

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UglyDolls

The sincerity with which” UglyDolls ” fits perfectly with the blameless soul touches all the right ways. Mandy, the girl from the Institute, which is trying to hide the fact that he has no need of glasses, Janelle MonĂ¡e captures the internal conflict of pretty girls who don’t want to be mean, but I feel that it is the role to which they have been established. The “UglyDolls” message may not be considered social justice, but it is one that children now need to hear from pop culture. The film says that ugly is beautiful and that too much fixation on beauty is ugly...

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I Am Mother

A teenager is raised underground by a very kind and caring “Mother” robot – designed to repopulate the earth following the extinction of humanity...

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Sorry We Missed You

Ricky (Kris Hitchen), a father of two who is drowning in debt. Outside work he works as a delivery driver...

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Russian Doll

Nadia is an uninhibited woman from New York, an affirmed programmer who, after leaving a man who has thrown her into her marriage, does not seem to want demanding relationships. From his birthday party he returns home with Mike, a professor who in turn seems mostly interested in casual sex. The next day, again on the street, he sees his cat who for some time had disappeared and crosses without looking to the side, ending up run over. Instead of dying, she suddenly finds herself once again at her birthday party and from that moment, as she elaborates theories and looks for answers, various fatal accidents occur that always bring her back to the starting point...

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Giant Little Ones

The boys in this shrouded bedroom are high school’s best friends, Franky and Ballas. Ballas is the most daring of the two-a little nicer, a little more smashing and perhaps more sexually experienced. Although Ballas is a heterosexual ace, on Franky’s birthday night, he gives Franky oral sex in the dark...

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Roswell, New Mexico

Liz returns to her hometown where she meets Max again, the man she has always been in love with, now a police officer...

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Light of My Life

A father and his only daughter, aged eleven, hide in woods and uninhabited houses, after a virus has exterminated a large part of the female population...

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Asbury Park- Riot Redemption Rock and Roll

Once a renowned seaside resort, in the summer of 1970 Asbury Park was overwhelmed by the racial revolts that paralyzed the city for the next 45 years, dragging it to the edge of the abyss and reducing it to a state of total urban decay. In an Asbury literally split in two, the revolt destroyed the legendary jazz and blues scene of the westside. But from the ashes of the burning city, the iconic Jersey sound emerged. The documentary film in fact reports to the legendary UPSTAGE, the psychedelic club famous for its ‘after hours’, where its native children began to play: Steven Van Zandt, Southside Johnny Lyon, David Sancious and Bruce Springsteen, who in the coastal town from New Jersey began his extraordinary musical career. Closed for over 45 years, the Upstage represents a perfect synthesis of that Club, a crossroads for young talents and today one of the extraordinary places narrated by the documentary, full of interviews and unpublished performances. So Asbury Park finally lives its awaited rebirth and it is the music that has torn it from death...

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