A young Chinese Buddhist, Cheng Huan (Richard Barthelmess), travels to London to spread positivity. Meanwhile, a middle aged white boxer, Battling Burrows (Donald Crisp), spends his time drinking and beating his daughter, Lucy Burrows (Lillian Gish). Dark & Claustrophobic D.W. Griffith's 1919 film, Broken Blossoms is based on The Chink and the Child by Thomas
It is this, or that - all the Universe or nothingness! Things to Come is H.G. Wells' story of the social, political, and economic development of humanity from 1936 to 2036. The film starts with contemporary life in Everytown from 1936 as war breaks out and leads to a pestilence that further wipes out humanity.
The illusion of love may survive the sight of a dingy bedroom, but inevitably one awakens. Jean Renoir's 1931 film, La Chienne, features Michel Simon as, Legrand, a lowly cashier with a hobby as a painter. Legrand is a man that initially appears introverted and shy. His meek personality is tied to his passionless marriage
You Can Say Anything, You Can Do Anything, But You Can't Fake A Thought. A young woman (Jessie Buckley) contemplates breaking up with her new boyfriend, Jake, (Jesse Plemons) while going on a road trip to visit his parents. The ensuing surrealist trip explores loneliness, regret, and a descent into mental illness. Charlie Kaufman's rendition
Den Skyldige is the feature debut for writer and director Gustav Möller. The film follows Asger (Cedergren), an emergency call handler, who receives a call that changes the trajectory of his shift, and ultimately his life. What comes next is a twisting and turning story that maintains a steady, and intense, pace. As the mysteries