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SHOWING RESULTS | FILMS SORTED BY THE LETTER: 'P'
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PLANET B-BOY

  • Release Year: 2007
  • Runtime: 95 minutes
  • Country: USA
A powerful documentary about the vibrant global resurgence of break-dancing, Planet B-Boy goes inside the underground hip- hop dance scenes around the world, as the best crews prepare for the "The Battle of the Year" -- an annual "World Cup" of b-boying. Director Lee combines spectacular dance footage with poignant insight explaining why these dancers make tremendous sacrifices for their art. In English, French, Japanese and Korean. | Read More
Documentary and Music
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PLANET OF SNAIL

  • Release Year: 2011
  • Runtime: 89 minutes
  • Directed By: Seung-Jun Yi
  • Country: South Korea
Deaf and blind, Young-Chan lives in a quiet, isolated world in his small apartment. But when Soon-Ho, an empathetic woman compromised by a spinal disability, comes into his life, a unique love story begins. Poetic and gently paced, Planet of Snail brings to life the sensual world shared by this special couple, and illustrates that the greatest beauty can be found in the smallest and most unlikely love stories. | Read More
Documentary and Relationships
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PLAY

  • Release Year: 2005
  • Runtime: 78 minutes
  • Directed By: Pelin Esmer and Ishai Setton
  • Country: Turkey
When nine peasant women from a mountain village in southern Turkey decide to write and perform a play based on their life stories, aspects of their personalities emerge that they never knew existed. Esmer's documentary observes the creative stages leading up to the production of the play, and shows us how nine subtly but significantly different women emerge after its staging. | Read More
Documentary
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PLAY

  • Release Year: 2005
  • Runtime: 106 minutes
  • Directed By: Alicia Scherson
  • Country: Argentina and Chile
This first film from Santiago native Scherson perfectly embodies its epigraph: "The times were hard, but they were moderen." In a modern city, which could be anywhere, a couple search for love but never quite seem to meet. The film's pop visual style is unique, and it succeeds in helping us search for clues in a world that denies they exist. | Read More
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PLAY

  • Release Year: 2005
  • Runtime: 100 minutes
  • Country: Chile
This first film from 2005 Best New Narrative Filmmaker perfectly embodies its epigraph: The times were hard, but they were modern. In a modern city, which could be anywhere, a couple searches for love but never seem to meet. The film's pop visual style is unique, and it succeeds in helping us search for clues in a world that denies they exist. | Read More
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PLAYDATE

  • Release Year: 2012
  • Runtime: 8 minutes
  • Directed By: David Shane
  • Country: USA
Playground politics soon boil over when Paul and Kate excitedly arrive for dinner at the home of a cool couple from their kids’ school, only to discover an interloping third couple already in attendance. | Read More
Drama and Relationships
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PLAYGROUND

  • Release Year: 2008
  • Runtime: 85 minutes
  • Directed By: Libby Spears
  • Country: USA
Executive produced by George Clooney, Grant Heslov, and Steven Soderbergh, this astonishing doc travels to the dark heart of one of the world's most sinister industries—the child sex trade. Beginning her journey infiltrating brothels in South Korea and Thailand, director Libby Spears soon discovers that the United States is a major player in the human trafficking racket and turns her attention to the homeland. Featuring original artwork by Yoshitomo Nara. | Read More
Female Director(s) and Documentary
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PLAYING

  • Release Year: 2007
  • Runtime: 104 minutes
  • Directed By: Eduardo Coutinho
  • Country: Brazil
One of Brazil's most respected documentary filmmakers invited two dozen women to be filmed as they told their life stories. Months later, he filmed a group of actresses as they reenacted the same stories. The result couldn't be simpler-or more inexplicably magical! | Read More
Documentary
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