The film follows a group of friends and their highs and lows in pursuit of romantic redemption. It takes place over three years and is divided into eight parties : New Year's Eve, one housewarming, Midsummer, a wedding, a surprise party, a name of celebration, anniversary and birthday parties. The friends are all late thirties or early forties. They fought all with their own idea of what the perfect love really is, and must re-evaluate their perception in the course of history.
In LONG STORY SHORT, Colin Quinn focuses his articulate brand of comedy on the demise of empires, including our own. More than standup comedy, LONG STORY SHORT is a hilarious blend of incisive observation, sharp commentary, and Colin's channeling of the personalities of the past. From Socrates to Snooki, Quinn is at his satirical best, taking on the attitudes, appetites and bad habits that toppled the world's most powerful nations. Long Story Short proves that throughout human history, the joke has always been on us.
Christian Fuhlendorff follow up on critical acclaim with the new one man show: "To make a short story long" "I have a dog and a house, a girlfriend and a daughter. I live even in the world's happiest country, Denmark! I have all the pieces to be for. I just do not know if I'm happy. For a house also means also debt and concerns that a dog does chores and to take the piss on the floor, a girlfriend means expectations and compromises, a daughter means responsibilities - and sometimes to take the piss on the floor, AND we must not forget that Denmark thus also one of the countries with the highest suicide rate. Let me put it another way: Do I be happy? " The question put Christian Fuhlendorff himself in his third one-man show "To make a short story long," which premiered at Bremen Theatre in Copenhagen 19 September 2014. In its previous shows, he took the audience on a journey into in his quirky and comedic universe. This time is no exception.
Documentary aboutt he life of Pat Morita.
Telling a tale of six months of sun, snow, and rain, over a dozen of skiing’s most talented athletes, hundreds of thousands of miles traveled, tens of thousands of vertical feet hiked, hundreds of quarts of 2-stroke snowmobile oil, a dozen speeding tickets and at least as many missed connecting flights, this year’s Level 1 film is indeed a VERY long story, short.Shot in high-definition across the frozen globe, from remote powder stashes of Hokkaido, Japan, to the bent metal and concrete of the East Coast of North America, and the fabled kicker zones of Austria, and everywhere in between. Level 1 furthers their innovative vision of skiing, continuing their tradition of captivating cinematography, inspired features and locations, and mindblowing skiing exploits in what will be THE story of the ’06 ski season.
A series of interviews in homeless shelters, job training centres and adult literacy programmes in the state of California discussing their experiences of poverty.
Colin Quinn performs his one-man show about world history, which he originally presented on Broadway.