Director José Luis Garci has turned his camera inward on filmmakers and screenwriters to portray them as so self-absorbed in the creative process that there is no other world, no other human relationship that can compete. As José (Adolfo Marsillach) and Federico (Jesus Puente) work together on a new screenplay, their interactions with their family (José's teen daughters, Federico's wife) disappear under the all-consuming task of creation. The daughters give up and go off on their own, and the wife joins a convent while Federico barely notices. And when the producer is interrupted by profound grief at the sudden death of his older son, he almost automatically returns to thinking about the film project when the funeral has ended. Garci honors many great directors at the beginning of this film, and the film continues to play out as an elaboration on this homage -- an illustration both of the dedication and the cost of filmmaking, no judgments given.
It tells the story of a group of young, driven by the curiosity of supernatural phenomenal, decide ouija practice. What at first seemed like a game, it becomes a nightmare when a priest, an expert in this type of paranormal events, decides warn through some recordings in which some students performed the same ritual.
Starring Paco Morán, Last Session shows in a romantic tone the lives of the characters linked to a movie theater. Mauri, the usher, sees how his life vanishes with the imminent closure of the Monumental cinema. Teresa continues cleaning until the last moment and Carol, the ticket clerk, keeps secretly in love with Bruno, the projectionist. No one is unconnected to the Monumental cinema's closure, but friendship and fate will turn it's last session to an unforgettable day.
Reik presents its first live album and DVD, shot in the Metropolitan Theater of Mexico in October 2005. 13 videos make up this production that includes duets with Without Flag, Natalia and the Forquetina, and Kalimba - songs that are only included in this production. The concert was shot by 9 cameras and the material reflects the great live quality of these talented young people. Reik has just finished its successful tour of the United States, Puerto Rico, Argentina and Chile and will continue on to Colombia, Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela and Dominican Republic.
Zucchero describes his new album in his own words: My music, as everybody knows, comes from blues, from soul, from gospel. This project is a trip from New Orleans to Cuba via Mexicali. Latin, Cuban, tex-mex sounds and rhythms melt together dancing. Hasta l asta siempre.
Legendary Dominican rock band Toque Profundo deliver their hits.
The 2nd volume of Session 25, a series of live sessions where the legendary Dominican rock band Toque Profundo deliver their hits.
Ivan has an appointment with a psychologist for his first session.
Though a childhood bout with polio left him dependent on an iron lung, Mark O'Brien (John Hawkes) maintains a career as a journalist and poet. A writing assignment dealing with sex and the disabled piques Mark's curiosity, and he decides to investigate the possibility of experiencing sex himself. When his overtures toward a caregiver scare her away, he books an appointment with sex surrogate Cheryl Green (Helen Hunt) to lose his virginity.
Pop's enduring diva is on scintillating form in an intimate concert from LSO St Luke's in London. Accompanied by her band and 21 strings from the BBC Concert Orchestra, Annie Lennox storms through a set packed with hits from her solo career and back to the Eurythmics days, including classic hits Here Comes the Rain, Little Bird, Cold, Sweet Dreams and No More 'I Love You's'. Lennox shows her voice has lost none of its ability to thrill and her showmanship is undimmed.
Live recording released by Puerto Rican rock band Fiel a la Vega on December 18, 2007. It was recorded at the Ambassador Hotel on March 2007 in San Juan, Puerto Rico.