1977 movie Sarathkumar, Farzana and Namitha in lead role. Rajasekhar (Sarathkumar) is respected and revered for his sage-like wisdom, pensive nature and his teachings on how to choose peace and harmony in the community over discord. His son Vetrivel (Sarathkumar) is an acclaimed and adored scientist.
A small town, a growing knot and a girl searching for her identity.
Neša Paripović's film N.P. 1977 (1977) is a film about a walk through the summer green city of Belgrade. In a way it´s a self-portrait of the artist who plays the main protagonist in the film. For the film title he has chosen his initials – as is the case with the two other films in a series of three produced between 1975-78.
The year 1977 is unforgettable for many Chinese people - it was the year when the national college entrance examination was resumed after being abolished for 11 years during the "cultural revolution" (1966-76). More than five million Chinese people aged from 15 to 36 sat the exam that year. It changed the lives of many who went on to achieve greatness in various fields.
Set at the close of the Cultural Revolution, Turning Point 1977 tells the story of a group of young idealists battling for the right to return home and restart their lives after years of toil on a state run re-education farm in China.
Featuring one of the last public appearances by Keith Moon, the 1977 Kilburn show is a long-sought holy grail for fans of The Who, performing before a select audience on December 15, 1977 at Kilburn. Also included is a much earlier never-before-seen rarity and one of the band's personal favorites, The Who's powerhouse London Coliseum gig from 1969.
French pop diva Dalida candidly discusses a number of the songs that made her a phenomenal success across Europe, the Middle East and Japan in this celluloid chronicle of the beguiling singer. Dalida -- who earned 45 gold records -- talks about "J'attendrai," "Besame Mucho," "Paroles Paroles" and other hits. The video also includes previously unreleased pictures shot in exotic locales and footage spanning the singer's 30-year career.
Rainer Werner Fassbinder reflects on the various stages of his career, discusses how his motives behind filmmaking evolved up his film Despair.
Eagles Live At The Capital Centre - March 1977, featuring never-before-released performances from the Eagles’ two-night stand at Washington, D.C.’s Capital Center during the legendary Hotel California tour.
Bonus disc from Kissology I. Kiss live at Madison Square Garden, New York, NY, February 18, 1977
Recorded live during the sold out Love Gun tour this show at Houston's Summit has it all... The complete Love Gun stage set ... The complete Love Gun set list ... And amazing show KISS put up at the height of their popularity in the USA with all special effects you expect to find in a KISS show ...
Young recruits in the military.
This 47-minute piece of video verite captures an iconic band and front woman on the rise playing in their natural habitat: New York's legendary CBGB. Director Rod Swenson was on hand one sweaty night in 1977 to document Blondie ripping through a good part of their debut album while also throwing in some incredible covers from The Yardbirds, The Runaways and Freddy Cannon. The video is lifted and digitized right off the original videotapes, retaining a grit that makes the viewer feel like they were actually there that night as Blondie and punk rock was in the midst of firming its grip on the city. Highlights include In The Sun, Man Overboard, A Shark In Jets Clothing, In The Flesh, X-Offender, Rip Her To Shreds, I Love Playing With Fire and a special rehearsal clip of Denis.
Rainbow was formed by Ritchie Blackmore in 1975 after he left Deep Purple at the height of their fame. They were instantly successful and released a string of hit albums, with an ever-changing line up, between 1975 and 1983 when Blackmore broke up the group to join the reformed Deep Purple. This concert from their European tour in 1977 features the line up responsible for the "Long Live Rock ’n’ Roll" album released later that year, including vocalist Ronnie James Dio and drummer Cozy Powell. Blackmore had to be smuggled out of Austria after trouble with the police at a gig two nights earlier, and was very late arriving in Munich, all of which seemed to inspire both the band and the audience to create a truly remarkable gig.
Led Zeppelin's 1977 North American Tour was the eleventh and final concert tour of North America by the English rock band. The tour was divided into three legs, with performances commencing on 1 April and concluding on 24 July 1977. The tour was originally intended to finish on 13 August, but was cut short following the death of Robert Plant's son.
Emmylou Harris and The Hot Band Perform for West German TV in 1977.