I’m reaching back to 1964 to recommend this ground-breaking film from the 1964 Worlds Fair. Click the image to read my entire review.
6-year-old Moonee & her playmates get into trouble during their unsupervised play at their motel near Disney World, the authorities stepping in at the end.
A Bosnian Muslim divorced woman finds herself jobless & homeless after her Christian fiance fails to keep their rendezvous, & her family has disowned her.
A Swedish tragicomedy by director Hannes Holm is Sweden’s Oscar nominee for 2016. Click the image to read my entire review.
Not entirely successful, but definitely unusual! Click on the image to read my entire review.
Unable to hold a man beyond 6 months, New Yorker Maggie plans to use a friend’s semen to conceive a child, but then meets aspiring author John, changing her plans.
There are 2 quests in this Peanuts film–Charlie’s to find the nerve to talk with the new Red-Headed Girl, & Snoopy’s to rescue a female poodle pilot held prisoner by the Germans.
This children/family claymation film tells the story of Christ from birth to his death & resurrection through the eyes of a little girl whom he healed.
Unlike Americans, the British welcomed 10,000 children of Jewish parents right before WW 2, thus saving them from the fate of almost all of their parents.
Walt Disney goes all out to persuade P.L. Travers to let him film her Mary Poppins. Afraid that he will ruin her work by making it too cute, she resists.