Material: Baumwolle; Trägerart: Breiter Träger; Muster: Geblümt/floral; Design: Taillengürtel, Kontrastfarbene Einsätze; Details: Falten; Extras: Weicher Griff, All-Over-Muster; Ärmellänge: Ärmellos; Länge: 7/8-lang; Passform: Normale Passform
Shakespeare In Love is a romantic comedy set in the 1590''s, telling the witty, sexy story behind the creation of the greatest love story of them all - 'Romeo and Juliet'. Young Will Shakespeare (Joseph Fiennes) is the up and coming playwright of the time but has been disastrously struck by the bane of writer's block. His comedy 'Romeo and Ethel the Pirate's Daughter' is not going anywhere and the playhouse is under threat of closure. What Will needs is a muse - and she appears in the form of the beautiful (and betrothed) Lady Viola (Gwyneth Paltrow). The path of true love doesn't run smooth for Will, however - Viola is engaged to be married to the insufferable Lord Wessex (Colin Firth) at the command of Queen Elizabeth (Judi Dench). The joys and tragedy of his own life find their way onto the page in a moving, witty and spellbinding tale.Shakespeare In Love is a brilliantly funny, warm and fast moving romance from acclaimed director John Madden.
A first time animated adaptation of the best-selling classic, Guess How Much I Love You relates the adventures of the Nutbrown Hare family and their friends with the same endearing simplicity and love that has made the book timeless.
The phrase love is blind takes on an entirely new significance in this ravishing documentary that mixes whimsical animation with the real experiences of fourdifferent blind men and women. Artfully composed and compassionately drawn, Juraj Lehotsky’s distinctive debut feature is a touching, inventive and often very funny portrait of the way people live without sight. In his first documentary feature, Juraj Lehotsky examines the unique forms that love and happiness take when shared by the blind. Without the distraction of sight, emotional and spiritual connections are vividly heightened, provoking thoughts about what love means – or lacks – in the sighted world. Blind Loves sensitively delves into its subjects’ innermost lives and finds a charming and witty visual language to express their unique and imaginative perceptions of the world.
It has been hailed as “raw, funny and twisted” (PopOptiq), condemned as “soul- crushing and dripping with filth” (NextProjection.com), and cheered as “a fresh new outsider vision” (Fantasia) at film festivals around the world. In this “sincerely disturbing” (Indiewire) debut from co-writer/director Andres Torres, a slow-witted misfit named Albert (Jon Wachter, giving what HorrorNews calls “the best male performance in a horror film this year”) sells hot dogs all night from the most unsanitary food cart in downtown Manhattan. But when he’s invited to become the new model for a manipulative fetish photographer, Albert will be exposed to a seething city underbelly where desire masquerades as perversion and depravity poses as art. It may shock you. You might even be appalled. But you have never seen anything quite like Bag Boy Lover Boy. Features: The most decorated film at the 2014 New York film festival, awards included Best Actor, Best Director and Best Screenplay 7.0 IMDB First Ever UK release teeming with youthful energy exploding off the screen - Sound on Sight
Comrades and lovers Amer and Raghda met in a Syrian prison cell 15 years ago. When McAllister first meets their family in 2009, Raghda is back in prison leaving Amer to look after their 4 boys alone; but as the Arab Spring sweeps the region, the family s fate shifts irrevocably. Filmed over 5 years, the film charts their incredible odyssey to political freedom. For Raghda and Amer, it is a journey of hope, dreams and despair: for the revolution, their homeland and each other.
RIO, I LOVE YOU is the third flm in the Cities of Love series and is a celebration of love in the famous Brazilian city. From the perspective of eleven renowned directors, we see different stories about this universal subject in the city known for its beauty and sensuality. Featuring an outstanding cast that includes Harvey Keitel [The Grand Budapest Hotel], Vincent Cassel [Mesrine], Ryan Kwanten [True Blood] and Emily Mortimer [Shutter Island] plus many more. Love is limitless and everywhere, but some love stories can only happen in Rio de Janeiro...
How far would you go to win back the love of your life? Perhaps send flowers, write poetry or even serenade that man of your dreams until he can take it no more? Paul, our hot but self-centered hero has other, more extreme ideas when sensitive hunk Brad drops him and begins dating another man. Not used to losing and determined to regain his love, Paul decides to pretend to have a life-threatening illness in what he sees as a foolproof method in ensuring Brad’s return. But will it work or will the tangled web he weaves get him in hot water rather than in to the arms of his hot man? Populated by outrageous characters, this fun romantic comedy is a truly off the wall take on what one man would really do for love.
Hyperactive Julien (Guillaume Canet) and shy Sophie (Marion Cotillard) are pre-teen misfits who forge a bond based on their mutual hardships--for Julien it's his mother's terminal illness, and for Sophie it's the ridicule she receives for being Polish. They devise a game in which the passing of a tin carousel between them signals the recipient to carry out an outrageous dare designed by the other, with the trouble they get into only serving to bring them closer together. Ten years later, Julien and Sophie are in college--and while they have both grown to be attractive and intelligent, their relationship is still only platonic and their disruptive game still continues at a fevered pace. Continuing into adulthood and forging separate lives, their dares become more hurtful to each other. It soon becomes apparent that the game has only served to prevent them from admitting their true feelings for each other. This dark and whimsical debut from director Yann Samuell shows the influence of Luc Besson and Jean-Pierre Jeunet, sidestepping traditional French cinematic austerity in favor of splashy, big-budget visuals. In fact, the entrancing first act (in which Julien and Sophie are children) is bathed in a beautiful autumnal glow and features a kinetic style reminiscent of Jeunet's AMELIE. As Julien and Sophie's game escalates, LOVE ME IF YOU DARE lands in bleaker territory, with the performances of Canet and Cotillard and a daring ending giving this surprising romantic fantasy an uncommon resonance.
First Time Ever on DVD and winner of two BAFTAs! Ted Hutchens (David Knight) is a code expert working in intelligence at the American Embassy in London. On a night out to the Royal Ballet he meets a young woman named Anna (Odile Versois), and the pair fall immediately in love. The problem is that Anna is the daughter of the Soviet ambassador in London. It is made clear to both that their relationship cannot continue in such a political climate, and their movements are constantly monitored by surveillance units from both sides. However they continue to meet in secret, attempting to outwit both the American and Soviet surveillance services. Eventually, when Anna discovers she is pregnant, the couple decide that their love is stronger than the demands of political exigency, and make their escape together across a stormy English Channel. The film is open-ended, with no indication as to whether or not they succeed.
Think having three wives is a dream come true? Think again. Meet Bill Henrickson (Bill Paxton), a practicing polygamist who lives in suburban Salt Lake City with his three wives and seven children. An independent businessman who runs a growing chain of hardware stores, Bill faces a myriad of challenges in meeting the emotional, romantic and financial needs of his wives - Barb (Jeanne Tripplehorn), Nicki (Chloe Sevigny) and Margene (Ginnifer Goodwin) - while dealing with thier kids, three adjoined houses, an ever-mounting avalanche of bills, and the opening of his newest hardware store. Complicating matters are a series of crises affecting his parents, Frank and Lois (Bruce Dern and Grace Zabriskie), who live on a polygamist compound in rural Utah, as well as an unexpected business challenge from Roman (Harry Dean Stanton), one of his fathers-in-law and the 'Prophet' of the polygamist commune where his parents live. Special Features: Two Audio Commentaries with Bill Paxton, Jeanne Tripplehorn, Chloe Sevigny and Ginnifer Goodwin Big Love: A Balancing Act on Ice – the making of the opening title sequence