Christian orphans ask Mickey Rooney for a bedtime commercial. Outer space angels of the Ursidae family keep tabs on sad earth kids. A magician is named after pasta. Eventually the bears face off against a dark carnival run by murderous toddler sociopaths. Some of the bears are bears and some of the bears are penguins, lions, raccoons, monkeys and pigs.
D by: Arna Selznick, W by: Pater Sauder, A by: Anne Marie Bardwell, Charlie Bonifacio, David Brewster, John Collins, etc… E by: Stephen Mitchell, Jim Erickson, Shelia Murray, Gordon Kidd, etc…, w/ Mickey Rooney, Jayne Eastwood, Cree Summer, Sunny Besen Thrasher, Bobby Dermer, Brian George, Janet-Laine Green etc…, 77 min, Canada, 1985
Smoky tendrils of gaseous white depression, leaking from the furnace she left fallow all fall, punctuated by sudden bursts of joyous AM/FM radio. A woman travels by bus and foot and ride to the doors of her co-workers and asks them to take a pay-cut so she isn’t fired. This is a great movie to discuss with bros around the proverbial water cooler. It inspires questions like, “How can we take care of each other better?” and, “What ain’t working?” Namaste you guys, I love you.
D & W by: Jean-Pierre Dardenne & Luc Dardenne, P by: Alain Marcoen, E by: Marie-Hélène Dozo, w/Marion Cotillard, Fabrizio Rongione, Christelle Comil, Hicham Slaoui, Catherine Salée, Alain Eloy, Timur Magomedgadzhiev, Batiste Sornin, etc…, 95 min, Belgium, 2014