NIght In House
A psychological film set in the context of the Sino-Vietnamese border war of 1979. Yu, a journalist, travels to the northern town of Lang Son to report on the situation left by the retreating Chinese.
Made in 1982 but banned until 1987, "Hà Nội trong mắt ai" is a Vietnamese documentary film using historical figures and stories intertwined with the history of the city to reflect its citizens' views on society at the time.
Documentary filmed during and after WWII about the occupation of Trondheim, Norway by german forces. Some scenes are re-enactments filmed in 1947 with the original participants.
Following his fourth studio album, acclaimed musician Chaz Bundick, otherwise known as Toro Y Moi, brings to the screen a sonic experience featuring all new live arrangements. Filmed in the middle of the Mojave desert, Toro Y Moi: Live from Trona presents an entire concert album, recorded live beneath the geological wonders known as the Trona Pinnacles.
Murali Nair directs this political satire about a man arrested for stealing who becomes charged with a number of murders he didn’t commit.
The Prince and Princess of Wales visit Trondhjem, Norway.
Archive - Live 2006 - Paris - France 4 - Concerts
Chrissie and her friends set out on a road trip for a final fling before one is shipped off to Vietnam. Along the way, bikers harass the foursome and cause an accident that throws Chrissie from the vehicle. The lawman who arrives on the scene kills one of the bikers and brings Chrissie's friends to the Hewitt homestead, where young Leatherface is learning the tools of terror.
Five friends visiting their grandfather's house in the country are hunted and terrorized by a chain-saw wielding killer and his family of grave-robbing cannibals.
King Haakon and Queen Maud in Trondhjem.
Paris By Night 85: Xuân Trong Kỷ Niệm (English Translation: A Spring of Memories) is a Paris By Night program that was filmed at Studio 40 at the Canadian Broadcasting Centre on Saturday, October 21, 2006 and is released to a 2-disc DVD format on Thursday, January 25, 2007, just in time for the Lunar New Year celebrations. It is Thuy Nga's third consecutive Lunar New Year celebrational Paris By Night program for three years.