A film about the hard fate of a decommissioned pilot, who not lost the ability to fly, as well as about male solidarity, cemented by national drinking traditions, about two truths - for male and for female, and about the love that will reconcile everyone.
Hugh and Erwin were strangers when a chance encounter changed both of their lives over the course of 10 minutes. Hugh's skeptical sarcasm toward Erwin's peculiar fascination with quantum theory turns dead serious when Erwin provides answers to Hugh's inexplicable life.
A talk by Dr. Glen-Martin Swartwout, introducing his clinical model as a roadmap to healing ourselves and our culture based on the observations of European Biological Medicine including Bioelectronics of Vincent, German Electroacupuncture methods (EAV, Vegatest Method), Homotoxicology of Reckeweg which is founded in embryology, new research on biologically structured water, and many other pearls gleaned from over 30 years of practical investigation, integration and synthesis of theories and models of life, healing, consciousness, development and the nature of existence. This video is the first in a series introducing key aspects of the model.
"The Einstein Theory of Relativity" is the short version (587 m) of the lost American long version (1219 m) of Hanns Walter Kornblum's original German feature "Die Grundlagen der Einsteinschen Relativitäts-Theorie" from 1922 that is also lost.
Internationally Sweden is seen as a perfect society, a raw model and a symbol of the highest achievements of human progress. The Swedish Theory of Love digs into the true nature of Swedish life style, explores the existential black holes of a society that has created the most autonomous people in the world.
What I wanted to explain in my movie was to show the pain that poeple go through when they are not sure of themselves in a relation. In this way, 'Men Make Women Crazy Theory' focuses on the pain of having to face a person whose love doesn't come up to what you have expected. - Zoe Cassavetes
Bachir "Chiren" Boumaaza, aka Athene, is an extravagant Internet celebrity, with over 240 million upload views, and a professional gamer. If you haven't heard of him, he's a record holder in World of Warcraft and online poker, and plays the main character in a series of videos on a popular YouTube channel with well over 340,000 subscribers. Athene is known for crashing gaming servers, with the aid of his massive army of followers, who just love to be part of the controversy and trouble Athene is so well known for. Over the past year, we haven't heard much from him, and it seemed as though he had fallen off the grid. Recently Chiren broke his silence, and announced that his disappearance was due to being very busy, conducting new research in the fields of quantum mechanics, general and special relativity, and neuroscience. He continued to say that this research is culminating in significant new discoveries that will be presented in a documentary named Athene's Theory of Everything.
Tanguy has big plans - the film script he is working on is almost finished. But meanwhile he still lives with his mother and her new boyfriend and he works as a cleaner. Tanguy is forced to swing into action when his mother tells him that the time has come to look for his own apartment. A cheerful film about Tanguy and his buddy Gregoire, and the setbacks they struggle through.
Were the Apollo moon landings faked?
A documentary about the making of Ayreons album The Theory of Everything.
"What is to be done?" three women with artistic and creative professions in temporary living conditions are wondering. They are sharing a flat in an old building close to Berlin Central Station. The area is one of the city's last remaining gaps between buildings. They decide to end their flat share as soon as the first trenches will be dug. With mixed feelings they are heading towards the time when their spontaneous life comes to an end, which means they have to make one or more (life) decisions eventually. The current flat is a symbol for their own life scripts so far: unformed and all bets are off but it already starts to be uncomfortable. They spend the remaining days in their flat with friends, celebrations, discussions and the strong feeling for the dawning of a new era.
Twenty years after A Brief History of Time flummoxed the world with its big numbers and black holes, its author, Stephen Hawking, concedes that the "ultimate theory" he'd believed to be imminent - which would conclusively explain the origins of life, the universe and everything - remains frustratingly elusive. Yet despite his failing health and the seeming impossibility of the task, Hawking is still devoted to his work; an extraordinary drive that's captured here in fleeting interview snippets and footage of the scientist sharing a microwave dinner with some fawning PhD students. Though the pop-science tutorials that dapple the first of this two-part biography are winningly perky, Hawking, alas, remains as tricky to fathom as his boggling quantum whatnots
A group of kids on a field trip in western rural America accidentally discover the bodies of two murdered children. Who they are is a mystery. Corrupt reporter Cindie arrives in town and bribes bar owner Julie into spilling her life story. As the night unfolds, Julie reveals her history of deception, adultery and events kept secret that may hold the key to the fate of the murdered children.
In a future decadent world where "the Program" terminated with creativity, humankind has taken refuge in virtual reality to live their dreams and adventures as the real world falls apart.
Masked Monkey opens as a classic, romantic nature film - but this quickly changes when a monkey playing in the wild is captured and the scene shifts to hectic Jakarta. Street artists use monkeys in the most incredible shows.
This captivating documentary from the History Channel recounts the development of iconic physicist Albert Einstein's provocative theory of general relativity. Some 200 years after the introduction of Isaac Newton's law of universal gravitation, Einstein rocked the science community with his theory, which suggests that gravity is a warping of space-time caused by the presence of matter.
Theory of Obscurity tells the story of the renegade sound and video collective known as The Residents…a story that spans 40 years and is clouded in mystery. Many details surrounding the group are secret, including the identities of its members. They always perform wearing masks and costumes, which is part of their magic. At its heart, this story is about perseverance and chasing your dream. The Residents never caved to convention. They never compromised. They’ve followed their muse for decades and thousands of fans have hung on for the ride. Along the way they’ve also inspired many people to be weird, take chances and find their own voice.
The last drop for Jan's resolution is the voluntary death of his father-in-law, whose strength and patience ran dry. Grandma made decisions about Grandpa's life, old age as well as the funeral. Jan is sure that he and his wife Olga are on the same route. He recalls his past life when he used to have his own will and dreams and he wants to live again with dignity and freedom. He longs to control his own life again. And his solution is escape from the present life. In this movie we watch, in parallel ,the fates of Jan's married daughters Olinka and Alenka and his sons-in-law Erik and Pepík.
This timely, bold set of one-on-one interviews presents two of the most venerable figures from the American Left—renowned historian Howard Zinn and linguist and philosopher Noam Chomsky—each reflecting upon his own life and political beliefs. At the age of 88, Howard Zinn reflects upon the Civil Rights and anti–Vietnam War movements, political empires, history, art, activism, and his political stance. Setting forth his personal views, Noam Chomsky explains the evolution of his libertarian socialist ideals, his vision for a future postcapitalist society, the Enlightenment, the state and empire, and the future of the planet.