Sherlock Holmes and Watson continue to face the Nazis. In this installment, the Nazis will count on the collaboration of the evil Professor Moriarty, who reappears in the saga. While picking up some of the ideas from "The Dancers Men," the story revolves around a kidnapped scientist who has invented a secret weapon of exceptional importance. The government requires the help of Holmes, who will be on the road with his archenemy Moriarty.
Famous forbidden film in the U.S. during the 1950s, it is one of the first to show the struggle for the emancipation of women, taking almost a feminist political and social perspective. Persecuted and blocked by the Committee of the House of Representatives on Anti-American Activities (HUAC), they succeed in that anticommunist hysteria that the shooting culminates in a tragic way when the sets are set on fire and Rosaura Revueltas, starring actress, is deported to Mexico by the American Immigration Service.
On February 18, 1943 the brothers Hans and Sophie Scholl are detained at the University of Munich after having dropped leaflets containing a critical text with Hitler and National Socialism, it read: "The German name will remain forever tainted if the German youth do not rise to avenge and expiate at the same time; To annihilate their oppressors and to build a new spiritual Europe. "
Story of a 7-year-old Jewish girl named Misha Defonseca. In 1941 Misha's parents were deported by the Nazis, leaving them deserted. He seeks protection in a Belgian family, he does not succeed. In his innocence, he begins the search for his parents and embarks on a journey of 3,000 miles (4,828 km) for 4 Years across Europe, to subsist steals food from the crops and befriends the wolves.
Ireland, 1979. Frank and Gerard, two young terrorists, are arrested and tried Frank is sentenced to life imprisonment, and Gerard to twelve. They and three hundred companions, refuse to wear the regular uniform, because they are considered prisoners of war.
After some confrontations, an agreement is reached: terrorists, as they asked, can wear street clothes, but the government also grants this privilege to common prisoners; So the conflict is reborn.
Hemingway's works deal with man and nature, struggle and heroism, moral force and solitude, dispossession and greatness of failure. "The old man and the sea" is, perhaps, the culmination of pain and despair, because he knows that only that is life.
Alternative film is pleased to present the complete film of a story based on Ernest Hemingway's book "The Old Man and the Sea".