The mostly true story of seven friends mortgaging the future to rock in the present... a film by Fiona Woodman featuring footage from Alien Boy and Cool Original's summer 2019 "Never Stop Hanging Out Tour"
There is a tree imported from Japan in a certain edition. Because of the tree, people begin to lose their memories, and only the owner of the pension and the main house can lead a normal life. Using the tree, the owner of the pension and the main house imprison people and begin to feel self-satisfied.
Chellappa, a villager, returns to his village after finishing his education, and falls in love with his neighbour Sundari. Her father, the panchayat president, threatens to shoot her if the affair becomes public knowledge. He wants Sundari to marry his relative Raja, who owns part of the land he has been taking care of while Raja is serving at the military.
In the forest on the city outskirts, we can find creatures bustling about who have no more space within the city centre. Whoever dares to go inside, enters a mysterious world that seems to follow its own rules. An immersive cinematic experience.
Different cultural backgrounds and the sterile apartment building in the suburbs are not Linda and Sevilay’s problem. The problem for these two 15-year-old friends is their messed up parents. What the two teenagers really want to do is run away. Things come to a head on Linda’s birthday.
Sahara abu Jamal, 19, lives in the Occupied Territories. She is engaged to Walid abu Said, 30 of Jaffa, as part of an arranged marriage. While being searched at a security checkpoint, in the darkest and bleakest of places, sexual tensions arise between Sahara and the checkpoint’s Chief female officer.