Tagged: genre: religion/spirituality
After a Taoist monk apprentice is thrown out of his temple and left to fend for himself, he meets other masters to discover life through betrayal, vengeance, forgiveness and love.
There are a lot of movie all over the world, some left in distribution limbo, some others left unsubtitled, so this is my attempt at making some sort of comprehensive list of what I thought was great… with some surprises, like last year.
The scope and view of Litchfield feels a lot bigger to watch in terms of having to take care of an already massive character roster and the world becoming more exapnsive in Orange Is the New Black’s third season.
Eight individuals of different cultural and ethnic background are all mysteriously connected to each other, and are being hunted for it.
Celebrate TLVFest’s 10th anniversary at the Tel Aviv Cinematheque during Pride week from June 6 to June 15.
A woman and her free-spirited daughter wait for the return of exiled artist and poet Mustafa, while evading the authorities who fear that the truth in his words will incite a rebellion.
2014 movies then and now.
The YAM Magazine Team and a couple of guests voted for their favorite films of this decade… so far.
A look at the animation of the past five years.
Our dear Marya Gates is embarking on an outstanding journey that many of us thought could be impossible- spending 2015 JUST watching films directed, written, co-directed or co-written by women. So I took the chance to make a list because I LUVVVV lists.