A successful mod photographer in London whose world is bounded by fashion, pop music, marijuana, and easy sex, feels his life is boring and despairing. But in the course of a single day he accidentally captures on film the commission of a murder. The fact that he has photographed a murder does not occur to him until he studies and then blows up his negatives, uncovering details, blowing up smaller and smaller elements, and finally putting the puzzle together.
Documentary about Michelangelo Antonioni's 1966 film.
The raw material used in Blow-up comprises two shots from an old educational film about first aid: A man demonstrates mouth-to-mouth resuscitation on a life-size dummy; the dummy´s chest rises and falls. Fruhauf introduces this scene into his own métier, turning the "blow-up" metaphor into an image with a false bottom. With the aid of a digital photocopier, the strip of film was reduced in size to a narrow ribbon, and Blow-up shows this transformation in reverse.
A man and a woman discuss about art and history because of a film project.
If you could stick it to a man snoring in a tent, you'd use a balloon too.
Based on a true incident that occurred in 1942 when nine Nazi saboteurs were put ashore on the coast of Long Island, New York, by submarine, with orders to blow up various defense installations.
Tells the story of the photographers who cemented the image of swinging London and who, through their pictures, irreversibly altered the face of fashion and pop.
Interview of Ayako Fujitani and her dad Steven Seagal.
Carmina, 58, runs a shop selling Iberian products in Seville. After several robberies and no help from her insurance company, she comes up with a way to recover the money she needs to keep her family. While she waits in her kitchen for her plan to kick in, she thinks back over her life, her work and her miracles.
A young girl comes back home, shuts herself away in her apartment, goes about her business in a strange way, hums as if she was mad, polishes her shoes and her legs as well, throws her cat out of the window and ... kills herself.
An unconventional marriage is thrown into disarray when a husband's deepest secret is discovered.
A visual essay about Walerian Borowczyk's works on paper.
Nineteen different songs, skits, and strange behavior filmed live.
Warner Brothers bloopers of 1946
Warner Brothers bloopers of 1947
In a courtroom in Queens, women facing prostitution charges may earn a chance at redemption thanks to an experimental program established by a team of rebel heroines working to change the system.
Richard Hammond’s Blast Lab Blow-Ups is a 2 hour DVD extravaganza, jam-packed with the most spectacular stunts and awesome experiments ever to come out of his Blast Lab. Featuring the first ever Lablympic Games, sparks fly with six BRAND NEW never-before-seen, massive stunts. Hang onto your seatbelts for a non-stop barrage of mind-boggling mayhem and totally wanton destruction! It will make children’s jaws drop, parents’ mouths gape in amazement and grandparents’ false teeth fall out completely! Blast Lab Blow-Ups also presents The Blastas, a unique awards ceremony celebrating the very best stunts and blazing explosions from the TV series including Best Destruction Of A Household Object in the Name of Science, Best Gravity-Defying Stunt and lots more.