Ban Man-ho became suddenly rich. He is a country gent with a sense of inferiority and who is greedy for monday. However, one day someone calls him an ignorant fool who knows nothing but money, so he buys a Van Gogh worth millions under the condition that he has to reveal the work to the world every six months. However, the Van Gogh in the picture has only one eye. Ban Man-ho has to do whatever he can to draw the other eye to make sure he isn’t called an ignorant fool again.
A girl and her friends find a game in the attic that summons a creature known as The Midnight Man, who uses their worst fears against them.
Two alchemist brothers go on a quest for the Philosopher’s Stone after an attempt to revive their dead mother goes horribly wrong.
Mo Geumsan (48) is a barber living in the rural area, who once aspired to be an actor. He starts to have doubts about his humdrum life after the village health center advises him to be examined at a larger hospital. He comes up with a plan to give a gift to his beloved ones in the coming Christmas. The plan is to invite everyone to the local culture center and to screen his self-made comedy movie based on his own tragic life.
A former agent from the North Korean intelligence and a senior member of the South Korean security services conduct a secret mission to prevent the breakout of a nuclear war on the Korean Peninsula.
Kee is an upcoming Indian Tamil comedy drama film directed by Kalees and produced by Michael Rayappan.
Thittam Pottu Thirudura Koottam is an upcoming Indian Tamil comedy film directed by Sudhar. The film features a cast of Chandran, Satna Titus and Parthiepan in the lead roles. The film began production in mid 2016.
Rita is a small and very determined girl who has a very hungry friend, Crocodile, who lives in the bathtub. Most probably, Crocodile only exists in Rita’s imagination, but this is Rita’s world and Crocodile is a real part of it.
There could hardly be a more telling contrast between the analog and digital eras than the beautifully blurry memories captured in a Polaroid picture and the thousands of pin-sharp photos on an iPhone. In this ambitious visual essay, Willem Baptist explores the visionary genius of Edwin H. Land, the inventor of the Polaroid camera. Even today, all sorts of people are keeping his instant dream alive. Former Polaroid employee Stephen Herchen moved from the United States to Europe to work in a laboratory developing the 2.0 version of Polaroid. Christopher Bonanos, the author of Instant: The Story of Polaroid, tells us, “When I heard Polaroid would stop making film, it felt like a close friend had died.” Artist Stefanie Schneider, who is working with the last of her stock of Polaroid film, is using the blurring that occurs with expired film as an additional aesthetic layer in her photographic work.
Yanto ask his friends to help him save his girlfriend that been kidnapped by a group of professional mobster.