The Urbex Movies Complete Programme Guide
26 June 2004
Ghost in the Shell (Mamoru Oshii, 1995)
In a futuristic Japan controlled by networks, a female cyborg is haunted by ontological interrogations. She begins to pursue a legendary hacker, "The Puppet Master," in hopes of answering her own existential questions.
Dark City (Alex Proyas, 1998)
John Murdoch wakes with amnesia, to find he's wanted for a series of ritual killings. He searches for his real identity across a strange city he cannot escape.
3 July 2004
Rumble Fish (Francis Ford Coppola, 1983)
An old gang chief returns home to find his younger brother following in his footsteps, hoping to find meaning in his life. But he becomes disillusioned when the nostalgic world he imagined doesn't measure up to his memories.
Eraserhead (David Lynch, 1977)
Jack Spencer discovers he's the father of a premature mutant. Abandoned by his lover, he is engulfed by a fantasmagorical world.
10 July 2004
Brazil (Terry Gilliam, 1985)
Sam, a loyal employee in a high-surveillance world, provokes...dude, I can't translate this, and I can't make enough sense of Brazil to explain it. Oy.
Fight Club (David Fincher, 1999)
The unidentified narrator lives and works alone. His life changes the day he meets Tyler Durden, an anarcho-gourou? who resists consumerism by creating the Fight Club, a place for clandestine recovery of his virility.
17 July 2004
Berlin, Symphony of a Big City (Walter Ruttmann, 1927)
24 hours in the life of Berlin, presented from dawn to dawn by the light of its incessant activity.
Man With A Camera (Dziga Vertov, 1928)
A day in the life of Odessa, filmed and shown in montage.
24 July 2004
Joint Security Area (Chan-wook Park, 2000)
Two Korean soldiers are assassinated on the front between North and South. A Swiss investigator finds two witnesses attempt to hide the truth.
Blind Shaft (Yang Li, 2003)
A miner is murdered, and his "brother" claims the family's reparations. Soon the "brother" and his cohort find another potential victim of their ruthless con.
31 July 2004
Serie Noire (Alain Corneau, 1979)
Transferred the suburbs, Frank Poupart trails his mediocrity door-to-door. But as business turns sour, his boss threatens to reassign him. He decides instead to take over an old miser's nest egg.
Buffet Froid (Bertrand Bier, 1979)
Alphonse Tram meets a stranger on the train, exchanges a few words, and then finds him dead on the street, with a knife in his back. Hilarity ensues.
7 Aug. 2004
Mister Freedom (William Klein, 1969)
Superman of justice and morality, Mr. Freedom is sent by the Freedom Organization to liberate France from the red menace and the yellow peril.
Sgt. Kabukiman NYPD (Michael Herz & Lloyd Kaufman, 1991)
Harry Griswald is a NY cop possessed by the spirit of a grand Kabuki Master. He uses his superpowers to combat evil.
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