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“Leaves you feeling both stripped bare and restored, slightly better prepared to step out and face the world of people around you, with all the confounding challenges they present. With surrealist Park Chan-wook at the helm, things will get interesting.
Today, if he can actually get his boss to give him some time off, he is going on his first date for 6 years. Set in Ireland during the War of Independence, two sisters lives are changed forever as they care for a wounded soldier.Shy and awkward, Mike sticks out like a sore thumb on his first day, but is quickly befriended by Slim and Roland.On a dare from Slim and Roland, Mike runs and grabs Alicia's butt, leading to a big fight with her big brother Stacey (De'Aundre Bonds), a Blood gang member.What transpires is a tragic love story of a household and its inhabitants, caught in the crucible of dark deep secrets.As a Juilliard professor is interviewed by a woman and her husband for her dissertation on the history of dance in 1960s New York, it becomes increasingly clear that there are ulterior motives to the couple's visit.Early in Epps's career, he was most often cast in the roles of troubled teens and/or athletes.
He made his feature film debut with rapper Tupac Shakur as the star of cinematographer Ernest Dickerson's directorial film debut Juice.
Fifteen true life stories from people struggling with love, loss, homelessness, alcoholism, betrayal and suicidal tendencies.
This film explores those moments, big and small, in which strangers impact another person's life in ways they couldn't possibly imagine, all in an effort to answer that elusive question, "What is it all about?
But their charismatic lead singer holds a dark secret from his past, a secret that is about to explode.
Set on a university campus, the story line unfolds over a several month period in which the "Greeks" (fraternities and sororities) prepare for the culminating event: the step show ...
“By replacing the class system of Victorian England with the dynamic of the occupier and occupied, Park has tapped into something uniquely complex about a chapter of history that is rarely explored,” wrote Emily Yoshida for The Verge.