2007 November Movies (By Date)

Torn from the Flag

Torn from the Flag

    • Unrated
    • 97 min
    • Documentary

    A sociopolitical historical documentary-thriller about the international decline of communism and the 1956 Hungarian Revolution.

    - Written by

    Anonymous

    Adrift in Tokyo

    Adrift in Tokyo

      • Unrated
      • 101 min
      • Comedy

      Takemura has no friends and no family. He's a student but he doesn't have any particular ambitions. In other words, he isn't going anywhere fast. Were all this not enough, the sorry sad sack has a debt of 800,000 yen. Fukuhara, a surly debt collector with a glorious mullet, is on his case. After roughing Takemura up, he gives him an ultimatum-72 hours to pay up, or else. Takemura barely has his wits about him again when he runs across Fukuhara a second time, and this time the thug has a different proposal-a walk. That's right, in exchange for a million yen, Takemura must accompany Fukuhara on a walk across the city of Tokyo. Starting in a distant corner of the city, they begin their trek towards downtown, striking up a conversation. It's at this point that Fukuhara admits that he's recently killed his wife, and intends to turn himself in at Kasumagaseki police station-because, he says, it's the finest in town. The pair's itinerary, however, is hardly a quick and direct one. The disparate duo drift here and there, hanging out and coming across a host of eccentric personalities, creatures of the urban jungle's various habitats. As their walking, talking and trading truths continues, the arrangement between Takemura and Fukuhara starts to transform into friendship. Written by Nicolas Archambault for Fantasia Film Festival

      The great Indian Butterfly

      The great Indian Butterfly

        • Unrated
        • 110 min
        • Drama

        Krish and Meera, form a young Indian couple climbing the ladder of the corporate rate race in a nation hurtling forward at a rate unprecedented in its long history. Stressed, frustrated and unable to come to terms with the sacrifice required for success, they go in search of a legendary magical insect - The Great Indian Butterfly. Last seen by the unknown Portuguese explorer Carodiguez, in a remote valley located in erstwhile colonial Goa, the butterfly possesses a magical aura, granting immense happiness to the person who catches it. In the journey that takes the couple from the smog filled, concrete jungle of the Megalopolis of Mumbai through the little discovered coastal landscapes of the western Sahyadris, to the sun soaked land of Goa, the couple lose more than what they want to rediscover. It becomes a passage, which seems to travel with a metaphor of its own and an insect as elusive as a fossil trapped in prehistoric resin. Will they find the Butterfly? Can they survive the journey? Can it cost them their lives? Will the Great Indian Butterfly wreck havoc on their souls? Will there be redemption? Or is it a futile hunt for an answer to their crumbling lives? Is happiness a rare insect? A simple tale in the complex miasma of a changing India. Written by White Feather Films

        It Was One of Us

          • Unrated
          • Comedy

          Five former college roommates gather years later for an emotional reunion. Although their lives have taken different paths, they still feel a strong bond and each reveals a dark, personal secret.

          Duska

          Duska

          • 20%
          • Unrated
          • 110 min
          • Drama

          An older film critic's life is interrupted by an unexpected visitor.

          These Foolish Things

          These Foolish Things

            • Unrated
            • 107 min
            • Comedy

            As war looms on the horizon, a hopeful ingenue (Zoe Tapper) finds herself caught between the warring affections of a playwright (David Leon) and a director (Andrew Lincoln) in 1930s London. Director Julia Taylor-Stanley's heartwarming ensemble piece features zesty performances by Anjelica Huston as an eccentric investor, Mark Umbers as a vain matinee idol, and Terence Stamp as a tart butler. And don't miss the immortal Lauren Bacall in a small role.

            The Prince and the Pauper

            The Prince and the Pauper

              • PG
              • 150 min
              • Comedy

              A modern day telling of the Mark Twain classic, The Prince and the Pauper.

              - Written by

              Anonymous

              12

              12

              • 78%
              • PG-13
              • 159 min
              • Crime

              A loose remake of “12 Angry Men”, “12” is set in contemporary Moscow where 12 very different men must unanimously decide the fate of a young Chechen accused of murdering his step-father, a Russian army officer. Consigned to a makeshift jury room in a school gymnasium, one by one each man takes center stage to confront, connect, and confess while the accused awaits a verdict and revisits his heartbreaking journey through war in flashbacks.

              The Evil Woods

              The Evil Woods

                • 83 min
                • Horror

                A group of teenagers take a weekend camping trip to party, have fun and relax. After pitching tent in a desolate area, they become panicked when a stranger startles them and warns of the killer ghost in the woods.

                Contre-enquête

                Contre-enquête

                  • 85 min
                  • Crime

                  A cop investigates whether the man convicted of murdering his daughter is really guilty.