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10 To Watch (Box 2) - 5-DVD Box Set (DVD) (*)
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$46.99

Original Title: Daca bobul nu moare / Je suis un no man's land / Norteado (North less) / Fleurs du mal / Shanghai Trance
Alternate Title: If the Seed Doesn't Die / I Am A No Man's Land / Northless / Flowers of Evil / Shanghai Trance
Screened, competed or awarded at:
Rotterdam International Film Festival
San Sebastian International Film Festival
Thessaloniki Film Festival
Other Film Festival Awards


Language Selections:
Dutch ( Subtitles )
English ( Subtitles )
Serbian ( Dolby Digital 2.0 )


Product Origin/Format:
Netherlands ( PAL/Region 2 )

Running Time:
521 min

Aspect Ratio:
Widescreen (1.78:1)

Special Features:
Box Set
Interactive Menu
Multi-DVD Set
Scene Access


Movie filmed in 2005 - 2010 and produced in:
Austria ( Germany, Central Europe )
France ( France, Benelux )
Mexico ( Latin America, Mexico )
Netherlands ( France, Benelux )
Romania ( Russia, Eastern Europe )
Serbia and Montenegro ( Russia, Eastern Europe )
Spain ( Spain, Portugal )


Directed By:
Sinisa Dragin
Thierry Jousse
Rigoberto Pérezcano
David Dusa
David Verbeek


Written By:
Sinisa Dragin
Thierry Jousse
Jérôme Larcher
Edgar San Juan
Rigoberto Pérezcano
Raphaëlle Maes
Louise Molière
David Verbeek


Actors:
Ioana Barbu ..... Ina
Alexandru Bindea ..... Taxi Driver
Franz Buchrieser ..... Hans
Dan Condurache ..... Nicu
Bryan Jardine ..... Duncan
Horatiu Malaele ..... Cornel
Mustafa Nadarevic ..... Iorgovan
Milenko Pavlov ..... Priest
Relu Poalelungi ..... Nora
Goran Radakovic ..... Prle
Simona Stoicescu ..... Sumski
Milos Tanaskovic
Valentin Teodosiu
Philippe Katerine ..... Philippe
Julie Depardieu ..... Sylvie
Aurore Clément ..... La mère de Philippe
Jackie Berroyer ..... Le père de Philippe
Judith Chemla ..... Chloé
Jean-Michel Portal ..... Patrick Vidal
Christian Waldner ..... Raoul
Jacques Fornier ..... Emile
Philippe Coulon ..... Eric
Philippe Patols ..... L'instituteur
Juliette Alonzo ..... Petite fille
Victor Perrenin ..... Petit garçon
Pierre Bondu ..... Musicien 1
Philippe Eveno ..... Musicien 2
Antoine Mounier ..... Musicien 3
Harold Torres ..... Andrés
Alicia Laguna ..... Ela
Sonia Couoh ..... Cata
Luis Cárdenas ..... Asensio
Adolfo Madera ..... Immigration Officer
Paco Mufote ..... Esteban ¨el pollero¨
Rachid Youcef ..... Gecko
Alice Belaïdi ..... Anahita
Xiao Han ..... Jenny
Zhang Heng ..... Zhang Yi


Synopsis:
***WARNING***All films contain original language audio with English & Dutch subtitles***
If the Seed Doesn't Die (2011)
Played out against the background of the sombre and corrupt Balkans is this story about two fathers. One is looking for the corpse of his son, killed in an accident; the other is looking for his daughter who has ended up in prostitution.

I Am A No Man's Land (2011)
After a concert in his birthplace and a bizarre night with a groupie, singer Philippe happens to end up back at his parents' place.

Northless (2010)
Subtle, restrained feature debut in which the Mexican Andres undertakes various attempts to cross the border to the US illegally.

Flowers of Evil (2010)
Paris-Tehran. A love story steeped in Internet and tangled up in History.

Shanghai Trance (2008)
In a city where everything is new, an outsider is in any case no more out of place than the locals. Cinematographic portrait of modern life in the mega-city of Shanghai is made up of three separate stories about dreams and loves of twentysomethings.

If the Seed Doesn't Die (2011)
Romania about 200 years ago. Peasants drag a wooden church across a frozen lake to their village. They're not allowed to build one, because they are Orthodox Christians. The Balkan region in the post-communist era. A Serbian man is looking for the body of his son, who died in a car crash in Romania. A Romanian man wants to find his daughter, who was forced to work in a brothel in Kosovo. They meet by the illegal border crossing on the River Danube. What follows is a depressing, black tragicomedy in which there is plenty of drinking and prostitution, corpses are sold for a thousand euros and corruption flourishes. All against the background of the turbulent political history of the Balkans with continually fragmented nation-states and a Babylonian mix of languages. That the region has always been the site of fierce and often bloody conflicts is made clear by Sinisa Dragin (Tiger Award winner in 2002 with Every Day God Kisses Us on the Mouth) in this incomparable succession of absurd dramatic situations.

I Am A No Man's Land (2011)
This second feature by the French director Thierry Jousse is a comic and romantic adventure on several levels; it is also a touching family drama and a crazy farce about the cult of fame. Fantastic elements and cheerful musical songs turn it into a pleasantly absurd film. Jousse and his protagonist, the musician Philippe Katerine, have cooperated on several occasions on previous productions. After a concert in his home village and a terrifying encounter with a groupie, Philippe is surprised to find himself back at the farm of his parents, whom he hasn't seen for many years. As soon as he puts on his old boyhood clothes, he finds himself in the 1970s, the era of his youth. It turns out to be difficult to return to his present life: every time he tries to drive away, he is thrown back to the village, where former acquaintances and relatives demand his attention. In the meantime, he becomes fascinated by a mysterious lady who studies the behaviour of birds.

Northless (2010)
After several documentaries, Rigoberto Perezcano makes his debut as a fiction director with an appealing feature filled with documentary detail and psychological insight. The protagonist Andres - just like the director - comes from the distant Oaxaca and tries to reach the United States. He makes friends with two ladies who run a shop in Tijuana. Every time Andres gets sent back by the border police, he returns to Cata and Ela. Their husbands once successfully crossed the border and have not been in touch since. As the Variety critic remarked : 'It's almost shocking to discover there really are new, compelling ways to tell the story [about migration]'. Perezcano's style is as modest, touching and determined as his protagonists. Northless is an ode to the often absurd inventiveness of the illegal immigrant, but also makes subtly and occasionally humorously clear just how painful the situation of migrants is and the problems faced by a border town like Tijuana.

Flowers of Evil (2010)
Twitter, Facebook, Wikipedia and YouTube play a crucial role in this sparkling, urgent debut about a kid who does free running on the streets of Paris and a young Iranian woman in exile who follows the news of her homeland from Paris with increasing concern. The Green Revolution reaches the rest of the world through the social media, and the reports are harrowing. For instance, a certain Marjane_lime twitters: 'Don't know when I'll have internet they took 1 of us, they'll torture, get names, must move fast.' Internet appeals ensure organised traffic jams in Teheran and close down the power supply. The high spirits of the two young lovers Gecko and Anahita run parallel to the energy emerging in Iran and being oppressed with increasing cruelty. The shot is regularly interrupted by a Twitter message, so phrases such as 'What's new' and 'less than 5 seconds ago' form an organic part of the film, just as they are the lifeline of Gecko and Anahita.

Shanghai Trance (2008)
What can a young Dutch film maker with a fascination for Asia and Asian cinema do better than just head for the Orient and come back with a Chinese film, in many respects, made with a largely Chinese cast and crew? The subject is Shanghai, one of the world's largest and most dynamic cities. Or, rather: the film is about the generation of twenty-somethings in a city that has changed faster than they could grow up. How do those people get on with each other, what do they expect of each other, how can they trust each other's ambitions? Shanghai Trance is made up of three separate love stories edited together. Xu Yu, an intelligent boy from a simple background has to watch as the 'Apple' he desires becomes alienated from him as her suddenly rich family moves to a chic new district. Then we have hip night owls Jenny and her boyfriend, the popular nightclub DJ Calvin, who slowly realise that their way of life is temporarily and vulnerable. And finally the Dutch architect Jochem, who recently moved to Shanghai, and feels attracted to the elegant, ambitious Zhang Yi. Among the many issues that are worth mentioning: Verbeek compiles a hip Chinese cast, a lust to look at a. And also a lust to listen to thanks to Zhang Yang, the soundman on Jia Zhangke's films and the music of the Taiwanese Lim Giong, well known from Hou Hsiao Hsien's Millennium Mambo.

If the Seed Doesn't Die (2011)
Played out against the background of the sombre and corrupt Balkans is this story about two fathers. One is looking for the corpse of his son, killed in an accident; the other is looking for his daughter who has ended up in prostitution. The dramatic situations are laced with black humour by Dragin.

I Am A No Man's Land (2011)
After a concert in his birthplace and a bizarre night with a groupie, singer Philippe happens to end up back at his parents' place. But he doesn't manage to get away again. An enchantment stops him. Is it the ornithologist who operates at night? A cheerful comedy.

Northless (2010)
Subtle, restrained feature debut in which the Mexican Andres undertakes various attempts to cross the border to the US illegally. In the meantime, he makes friends with two women who give him friendship and a place to sleep in a shop, right next to the enormous wall that is supposed to prevent him reaching his goal.

Flowers of Evil (2010)
Paris-Tehran. A rootless love story between Gecko, young and free, and Anahita, an Iranian in exile - tangled up in History and steeped in Internet. Anahita is obsessed by the current event in her country, and little by little their story is contaminated by History and its breathless mediatisation on the Internet.

Shanghai Trance (2008)
Young Dutch director made an (almost) entirely Chinese film. In a city where everything is new, an outsider is in any case no more out of place than the locals. Cinematographic portrait of modern life in the mega-city of Shanghai is made up of three separate stories about dreams and loves of twentysomethings.
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