Sergei Eisenstein commemorates the Russian Revolution with one of his greatest cinematic achievements, utilizing non-actors and striking montage imagery to recount history from a political perspective.
Ten years after his landmark epic OCTOBER, Sergei Eisenstein's epic retelling of Russia's battle against German invasion in the 13th century is a triumph of the legendary filmmaker's talent and vision.
After years of toiling in bit parts, aspiring actress Nina Wu finally gets her break as the female lead in a big-budget espionage thriller. Hovering on the brink of stardom, Nina clings to her sanity as her psychological resolve begins to crack under the pressure.
After a toy salesman rescues a beguiling woman whose car was stuck on the train tracks, she whisks him into an epic series of misadventures. Koji Fukada adeptly orchestrates his first screen adaptation by bringing this popular manga to life, replete with his patently idiosyncratic and lively take...