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SPANISH LANGUAGE - 3 PACK

  • Spanish with English subtitles
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Synopsis

MADEINUSA
Madeinusa is a girl aged 14 with a sweet Indian face who lives in an isolated village in the Cordillera Blanca Mountain range of Peru. This strange place is characterized by its religious fervor. From Good Friday at three o'clock in the afternoon (the time of day when Christ died on the cross) to Easter Sunday, the whole village can do whatever it feels like. During the two holy days sin does not exist: God is dead and can't see what is happening. Everything is accepted and allowed, without remorse. Year after year, Madeinusa and her sister Chale, and her father Don Cayo, the Mayor and local big shot, maintain this tradition without questioning it. However, everything changes with the arrival in the village of Salvador, a young geologist from Lima, who will unknowingly change the destiny of the girl.
- Nominated Jury Prize World Cinema Sundance FIlm Festival
- WInner Fipresci Prize Int'l Film Festival Rotterdam

VIVA CUBA
In a tale akin to "Romeo and Juliet," the friendship between two children is threatened by their parents' differences. Mal� is from an upper-class family and her single mother does not want her to play with Jorgito, as she thinks his background coarse and commonplace. Jorgito's mother a poor socialist proud of her family's social standing, places similar restrictions on her son. What neither woman recognizes is the immense strength of the bond between Mal� and Jorgito. When the children learn that Mal�'s mother is planning to leave Cuba, they decide to travel to the other side of the island to find Mal�'s father and persuade him against signing the forms that would allow it.
- Cuba's Academy Award� Submission for Best Foreign Language Film
- Winner Junior Prize Cannes Film Festival

CAROL'S JOURNEY
Carol, a Spanish-American twelve year old girl brought up in New York, travels with her mother to Spain for the first time in the turbulent spring of 1938, to meet her mother's family. Separated from her father, a pilot in the International Brigades involved in the Spanish Civil War, whom she adores, her arrival in her mother's native village transforms the secretive family environment. Her innocent and rebellious nature drives her to oppose a conventional world new to her. Her friendship with Maruja, the village's teacher, together with the lessons in life learnt from her grandfather and her love for local boy Tomiche will take her on an unforgettable and bittersweet journey into the world of adulthood.
- Official Selection Berlin Int'l FIlm Festival
- Nominated Best New Actress Goya Awards (Spanish Oscars�)

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ITALIAN LANGUAGE - 3 PACK

LIGHT OF MY EYES
Antonio is a fallen angel, a rootless chauffeur in Rome, who relates only to the lonely heroes in the pulp science fiction novels he grew up with. Only through a chance encounter with Maria, a woman struggling to hold onto her daughter and her business, does he discover a hope that's been lacking in his detached existence. Antonio is drawn into the suffering of Maria's world, where she draws her inner strength from her fragile solitude. A haunting score, poetic atmosphere and award-winning lyrical performances by the two leads evoke the beauty of a precarious existence.
- Nominated Best Actor David Di Donatello Awards (Italian Oscars�)
- Nominated Best Actress David Di Donatello Awards (Italian Oscars�)

GINGER AND CINNAMON
While vacationing on the Greek "Isle of Love", a repressed 30 year old Stefania reluctantly plays chaperon to her precocious 14 year old niece, Meggy, who plans to lose her virginity before the summer is over. Unbeknownst to Stefania, Meggy's "chosen" man is Stefania's ex-boyfriend. Amidst a m�lange of sun rash, broken diets, nervous girls, sleeping bags, orgasms, 80's music, and a little ginger and cinnamon, the two women discover themselves and their sexuality. 
- Official Selection Cannes Film Festival
- Official Selection Lincoln Center Film Society Open Roads Film Festival

AGATA AND THE STORM
A swirl of pop-art color, madcap magic, and the bittersweet call of life and love suddenly take the mature, ravishing, self-reliant Agata by storm. When Agata, the popular bookshop proprietor and dispenser of sunny wisdom in the form of books, is suddenly wooed by a man almost half her age, her electricity hits high-voltage. It even sends light bulbs bursting in her wake. Yet it is Agata's joy and 'explosive' magnetism in the face of life in all its irony that eventually offers the eye of the cyclone. There, all is supremely quiet and still, as Agata creates a haven of love and freedom to quell the storms of life's unfulfilled desires.
- Nominated Audience Award (Best Actress) European Film Awards
- Nominated Best Actor David Di Donatello Awards (Italian Oscars�)

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Madeinusa
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Madeinusa
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Viva Cuba
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Carol's Journey