Archive for the ‘FFF_2006’ Category

Little Jerusalem

March 28, 2006

A very intense story of one persons attempt to make sense of family, lust, faith and truth.

The lead is an Jewish philosophy student, physically attracted to a Muslim, she struggles to reconcile her religious faith with her belief in reason, and her base urges with her family’s values.

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Dogora

March 28, 2006

A very artsy look at cambodia. It’s almost like a documentary of peoples daily lives, but with the commentary replaced with classical music.

There’s a strong emphasis on children and teenagers.

Zim & Co.

March 28, 2006

A lovely winding story about how far a group of young immigrants will go to look after each other. With a sharp tongue and a sardonic attitude they grin and bear the worst that a racist, elitist French society throws at them.

A remarkably upbeat film considering the topic.