A documentary consisting of a series of travelogue vignettes providing glimpses into cultural practices throughout the world intended to shock or surprise, including an insect banquet and a memorable look at a practicing South Pacific cargo cult.
L.A.P.D. Captain Parker finally is going on Holiday with all his family. At the last moment he has to cancel the program to re-capture a pilferer named Tony Roma, bad copy of a Latin lover. He use to seduce older women and then steals their jewelry. Parker is close to sort the case out when Roma is witness of a Mafia murder. Parker Holiday flies away.
The official sequel to the original shockumentary, presenting new and bizarre behavior from around the world, including cruelty, graphic gore, and strange rituals.
A romantic drama in the backdrop of Christmas time in Wisconsin, revolving around two college sweethearts who rekindle their love during the holiday season.
A documentary detailing the spread of Hawaiian sugar-cane toads through Australia in a botched effort to introduce them as counter pests.
A young man buys two horses at an Arizona race track but fails to get a receipt. Later, when riding across the land of a rancher named Robeson, he's accused of stealing the two horses. Unable to prove ownership, the young man is then sentenced to prison where he's forced to do chain-gang type work. He escapes, is recaptured, and escapes again as he tries to locate the man who sold him the horses.
Set among the cane fields of rural Louisiana, Burning Cane follows a deeply religious mother struggling to reconcile her convictions of faith with the love she has for her troubled son.
The Cat goes out West to clean up a rough town.
Leo and Bianca are a thirty-year-old couple who wants to build a future together. They set out to start their project buying a dog in order to test their family skills. But something in Leo changes. He’s always more absent and distant. Everything for no apparent reason.
An old man takes his beloved dog to a severe hospital run by a Russian doctor who looks like Adorno. His quadruped’s blood has to be cleaned by some automated machines. During his long and draining wait, he observes the medical procedures and all the assistants’ actions reflecting on the pleasure he feels in relying on the automatisms of the mechanical procedures.
Set in Louisiana, the film is a romantic drama that examines the social and financial inequality faced by people of color in the region
A companion picture to No. 1964 ('Cutting Sugar Cane' (1901) (q.v.)), and equally interesting.
A group of gangsters escape from prison and attempt to destroy a rival organisation holed up in a convent in Mexico.
Professor Preobrazhensky puts courageous experiences, trying to turn a dog in equal to in all of the person. As a result somebody turns out Doggies. Unfortunately, experience proves that it is better for dog to remain a dog.
The Legend of the Candy Cane
This short black and white film takes a look at the daily life and work of North Queensland sugarcane cutters. Five million tons of sugarcane (1016 kg) have to be cut by hand, in backbreaking conditions. Itinerant workers contract with a cane grower and work in gangs to cut the cane and load it for transport to the sugar mills. They start early in the morning, then break for a hearty lunch and a mid-afternoon nap in the tropical heat, before heading back out into the fields again to work another shift until dusk. Cane cutting is hard work and you've got to be tough, but the pay is good and the industry itself means much to the thriving state of Queensland.
A new age Mondo film that explores the realm of urban decay and various oddities of the modern world, ranging from underground club scenes to sex change operations.
In a beachside town, the body of a teenage girl is found in a cane field. Her death is a mystery that envelops the community as those close to her grapple with loss, in all its senselessness.
Our desire for sweets has a long history. In Hawaii, favorable growing conditions created a thriving sugar industry, starting with the first sugar plantation in 1835. This video takes you on a tour of Hawaii's last remaining sugar producing mill, operated by Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company on the island of Maui. This video, produced in 2010, takes you on a tour of Hawaii's last remaining sugar producing mill, operated by Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company on the island of Maui. As of 2017, the sugar mill has closed, but it is survived by the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum.