Yulia is a worker in a cafe. She watches how an ordinary visitor sits at the table, but this time he is upset. Children run to the cafe, go to the main character, she gives them candy for good entries in the diary. After a while, a mysterious visitor appears and gives her the "Book of Complaints and Suggestions" and says that what she writes there will come true. She accepts the gift with disbelief.
George Carlin performs a hilarious set of never-before released material in "Complaints and Grievances." His 12th HBO special was recorded live at the Beacon Theater in New York City on November 17, 2001. In "Complaints and Grievances," Carlin shamelessly exposes the people and subjects that irritate him the most.
A plasticine cartoon based on Alexander Pushkin's notes about the fabulous village of Goryukhino. The poet travels in a carriage across Russia. Pictures of village life float by. In the head of the poet, fairy-tale images are born, in which the heroes of works familiar to everyone are recognized ...
A group of young motivated people are trying to convert old "Oduvanchik" restaurant in to a youth club.
The true story of a part aboriginal man who finds the pressure of adapting to white culture intolerable, and as a result snaps in a violent and horrific manner.
When Finnish artists Oliver Kochta-Kalleinen and Tellervo Kalleinen decided to examine how people complain about their woes -- large and small -- they created a worldwide phenomenon, as captured in this humorous documentary. After finding ordinary citizens and crafting their complaints into song, the pair turns the volunteers into a choir that performs for the community, but when they travel to Singapore, government officials forbid their concert.
This Academy Award-nominated film takes a moving personal story, illuminates it with insight and humor, and makes it universal. In recounting her attempts to come to terms with her mother's advancing Alzheimer's disease, Deborah Hoffmann explores the relationship between mother and daughter, parent and child, and the tenacity of love.
Impoverished priest Harihar Ray, dreaming of a better life for himself and his family, leaves his rural Bengal village in search of work.
Following the phenomenal success of “The Threepenny Opera”, the film industry wants to win over the celebrated author. But Bertolt Brecht is not prepared to play by their rules. His concept of the “Threepenny Film” is radical, uncompromising, political, and incisive.