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Tom is a young trader at a London bank, but his recent results have put him in the hot seat. When the first plane hits the World Trade Center on the morning of September 11th, 2001, Tom is convinced it is a terrorist attack, not an accident. He then jumps into the biggest trade of his life...
In the beginning was the letter G, as the ancient Kabbalists say. Only this made the birth of God possible, and therefore, the creation of the universe. But what happens if the universe wants to grow bigger and bigger, enslaved quite literally by by megalomania? Will the secret be revealed today?
Malky, a struggling actor, has agreed to help Tom, a director he used to know, with some lighting tests for his new project. He thinks that it’ll be a good opportunity to show the director what he’s capable of, but comes to suspect that maybe he’s just being exploited...
Bartholomew Whisper went to the doctor today. There he met administrators keen on experimental surgery, and lonely MRI machines. At least the growing hole in his head was becoming quite beautiful.
Tells the fictional small-town legend of Chester, a street fighter who can't feel any pain. When Annie, a bowling alley employee who just moved into town challenges him for a fight, things begin to change.
An overweight teen is harassed by a group of cool girls by the pool while on vacation in her town. The long walk home will change the rest of her life.
Anna remembers stories from her childhood that were told to her so often that they became self-descriptions. Anna as a child in ballet class, Anna with a family friend in Venice, Anna as a teenager at the disco. These memories are part of an identity that is defined by the fat body, by the implanted thought of being wrong.
"The Unicorn in Snowpants Suddenly Ran Off" explores the clash between blind children's fantasy worlds and the reality they live in. The film introduces us to three confident children, for whom blindness is a different kind of normal. Unicorns, call centers and flying grandfathers play a role.
In 1932, the media mogul and German nationalist Alfred Hugenberg coined the phrase "Social is what creates work". By the end of the 1990s, the old enemy image of the "work-shy" and "asocial" was again being used conspicuously often on private television: Did afternoon talk shows create the Agenda 2010?
The cranky teacher Helen and Mia, stigmatised as a problem pupil, hate the roles assigned to them by the school system. When a supposedly harmless conflict escalates, the search for physical immediacy begins in an increasingly alienated and virtual world.