In a colorful truck equipped with an old Soviet projector and some bedsheets for a screen, the operators of a mobile cinema (one of two thousand in India) travel from one remote village to the next, screening films for audiences that do not even know what cinema is. Will they want to find out?
Acclaimed cartoonist Robert Crumb is a wild anarchist and a misanthrope driven by sex fantasies. Acclaimed filmmakers David Lynch and Terry Zwigoff painted a funny/sad personal portrait that became a cult hit—and with good reason.
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Director Herz Frank follows the facial expressions of children watching an unnamed show, letting us share in their emotional experience.
The few crates of bread delivered to the village by train once a week are not enough for the handful of elders still living there, but the harsh reality of Russia has nothing more to offer. Director Sergei Dvortsevoy paints the portrait of a dwindling community, slowly wasting away in the aftermath of an ideological collapse.