Four young women and three young men, totally strangers to each other, are sent to an isolated house with the crew members of a reality show to stay living together for three months without any means of communication with the exterior, and in the end, the winner will get a prize of US$ 100,000.00. When the cameraman is found dead in a barn, the group becomes hysterical, since nobody knows who is trustful.
A series of episodes linked by a common thread: "Who are the infamous?". The infamous are all those who, with their despicable actions cause things go well for them but bad for others. There are many things that could go better, much depends on us and our everyday behavior.
The second of a documentary serie about rural France
A movie quintessential to Wiszniewski's artistic output. Its protagonist, Bernard Budgol, is a miner and a legendary leader of socialist labour in the 40s and 50s. Structured around a dissonance and contradiction, the film is reminiscent of a broken mirror. Budgol's utterances do not for a cohesive whole, but come into conflict with one another. His wife, children and fellow miners tend to be critical of him while the protagonist himself feels compelled to defend his legend and the rightousness of his own conduct. (FILMAFFINITY)
The movie tells about quotation gangs in Kerala. How youth get involved with all antisocial activities like Ganja mafia.
A psycho is blowing up planes to make a deadly point to crash investigator Renee Brennan.