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Short experimental movie with monologue.
Beware the femme fatale...and her soon-to-be ex-husband...
"Aphotic Moments" by David Hart
As twilight surrenders to Nyx's ebony splendor,
A bewildered truck wrinkles a forlorn car's reticent fender.
Myriad sounds transude night's diaphanous black veil.
The wares of the dark are hawked by its' vendors' wales.
The alchemist barman's tantalizing brew,
Enkindles nepenthe promises for the few.
Stentorian banter scurrilously permeates a smoke filled room--
Compeers coincide quietly 'til melting into blathering bafoons.
A femme fatale's beseeching glances, switch anon into erotic trances
While motorcycle's buzzgrowl like machine guns coiling
Sirens portend like mad tarantella dancers roiling
Staccato whistles and yells, scorched tires screeching
Entwine with serpentine banshee winds infamously preaching
Anon, eve's riotous crescendo of cries now subsides
Welcoming the approach of Madame Aurora's ebullient eyes.
roil-to vex/disturb/displease; ebullient-zestfully enthusiastic/boiling;
A powerful piece of vintage film noir, Club Paradise is the tragic tale of women in the 40s who want to live life in the fast lane. Played by the beautiful Constance Worth, Isabel Jewell, and Wanda McKay, these three Hollywood bombshells take a trip through the seedy side of life: criminality, exploitation, gambling, and womanizers. Shot with stark and harsh 40s noir style, Club Paradise is nothing short of a downward spiral into Hell. But amongst the femme fatales and booze hound drunks there is much to be learned about morality and cultural fears from this piercing period in American history. Club Paradise is a fantastic collaboration of stylized sexy women and heartbreaking tragedy as the ladies crash against the sharp points of bleak nightlife.
Helmed by veteran Hollywood leading man Robert Paige, Meet the Boyfriend is a charming and funny romance featuring one of classic film’s best crooners. In this film, Paige is a hit radio heartthrob billed as “America’s Boyfriend.” In fact, he’s so popular with the young ladies that his boss takes out a titanic insurance policy if he should ever wed! Paige, nonplussed by all these show business restrictions, still flirts with disaster for his career by dating high profile ladies. Femme Fatale actress Gwili Andre is the first to come after Paige, but he refuses in order to seek romance with a common young girl. His plans are, however, dashed when the object of his affection is kidnapped! Meet the Boyfriend has genuine emotion and packs in plenty of laughs.
A riveting Film Noir ride, Impact is the gripping struggle of a man rebuilding a shattered life. 1940s Noir superstar Brian Donlevy stars as Walter Williams, a successful businessman whose wife despises him to the point of plotting his murder! The femme fatale is the sensuous Helen Walker, who arranges with her lover to kill her husband in a rigged car accident. Taking a rather Hitchcockian turn, it’s her lover who’s killed while her husband escapes unharmed! Donlevy, aware of what his wife has done and the state of his existence, scuttles away to a small town to start a new life – but will his past catch up to him? With expert production, Impact is a darkly artistic film that shows off San Francisco in the 1940s beautifully. On top of the sparkling direction, Brian Donlevy leads an all star cast of superb actors, rocketing Impact to the status of classic.
During the monster movie craze of the 1930's, monsters from around the world moved to Los Angeles to sell their stories and get movie deals. Unfortunately, they all got screwed over by Hollywood executives who stole their ideas and left them broke. So by the late 50's there is a monster underclass fairly well-established in the shadow of Hollywood. Renfield ( the bug-eating sycophant from Dracula ) and Igor (Dr. Frankenstein's bumbling assistant) are private detectives fighting to protect the monsters that have no one else to protect them. A tongue-in-cheek detective tale - it's pure noir, but all the femme fatales are zombies, the gangsters little green men and the most dangerous monsters of all are humans.
The virtuose Femme Fatale will inspires the public with a new kind of Hula Hoop act.
She pairs her incomparable technical abilities with a slice of erotism and sensuality.
Let you tempted by this true Diva of the rings!
Over five minutes of pure Hoola Hoops Madness, featuring the performers: Irina Roubleva, Masha Silaeva, Elena Lev, Irina Akimova, Anna Stankus, Anton Monastyrsky, Geraldine Philadelphia, Femme Fatale and Perfect-Hoop of Cirque du Soleil, Sacharow Entertainment, Circus Roncalli and Show Agency.
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During the monster movie craze of the 1930's, monsters from around the world moved to Los Angeles to sell their stories and get movie deals. Unfortunately, they all got screwed over by Hollywood executives who stole their ideas and left them broke. So by the late 50's there is a monster underclass fairly well-established in the shadow of Hollywood. Renfield ( the bug-eating sycophant from Dracula ) and Igor (Dr. Frankenstein’s bumbling assistant) are private detectives fighting to protect the monsters that have no one else to protect them. A tongue-in-cheek detective tale - it's pure noir, but all the femme fatales are zombies, the gangsters little green men and the most dangerous monsters of all are humans.
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