Despite their high-security building, Death could easily get into their apartment.
A father searches for his son, who has been missing since WW II, in post-war Poland. In his quest for the truth about his son, the father is forced to contemplate the elusive and coded nature of truth itself.
A group of outlaws are being tailed by crooked cops. A man in each group wants to turn cheek, but sometimes the law of the crew overrules internal desire.
"A disjunctive live-action narrative."
“Using straightforward, scientific methods, this video reveals irrefutable proof of the presence of the number 666 in the Universal Product Code, which appears on 95% of all supermarket products. A comprehensive, step-by-step deciphering process is used to break down the UPC into its component parts, and the derivation of the number 666 is made clear. Startling evidence of the role of UPC's in the new monetary system is uncovered--the prophecy of Revelation coming true today!”
When a pair of military robots crash on a deserted pacific island, a team of navy seals goes to destroy them, with disastrous consequence.
Home to some of the most explosive beach breaks on planet Earth, the titular "surf codes" (otherwise known as area codes) are a magnet for surfers of all stripes. Video highlights include new-school megastar Dane Reynolds catching great waves in Ventura, Calif., and footage of the 2003 Pipe Masters in Hawaii, featuring Kelly Slater, Mick Fanning, Kalani Robb, Taj Burrow and 44 other leading professionals.
Arguing that advertising not only sells things, but also ideas about the world, media scholar Sut Jhally offers a blistering analysis of commercial culture's inability to let go of reactionary gender representations. Jhally's starting point is the breakthrough work of the late sociologist Erving Goffman, whose 1959 book The Presentation of the Self in Everyday Life prefigured the growing field of performance studies. Jhally applies Goffman's analysis of the body in print advertising to hundreds of print ads today, uncovering an astonishing pattern of regressive and destructive gender codes. By looking beyond advertising as a medium that simply sells products, and beyond analyses of gender that tend to focus on either biology or objectification, The Codes of Gender offers important insights into the social construction of masculinity and femininity, the relationship between gender and power, and the everyday performance of cultural norms.
«CODES OF CONDUCT playfully upends the moral order by which man has historically seen fit to measure so called correct behaviour - by ironically re-positioning the rules, Rimmer uncovers their arbitrariness.» Osnabrück Media Arts Festival 1997
In a journey that mixes cinematic genres, a legendary arcade video gamer moves seamlessly through actual and virtual space and time. While he cherishes the intense experiences of mastering a renowned video game, or defeating an archrival, he comes to question the significance of his legacy and the tradition itself.
Billions of people believe the Bible to be the word of God. It is claimed that the Bible conceals a hidden, secret message sent from the Divine for all of mankind. Today we have computer technology to unravel the ancient code exposing what scholars have overlooked for so long.
This volume shows the hometown and home court of every member of the AND1 team. It began in Philadelphia on the East Coast with Aaron "AO" Owens and finished with Kenny Brunner AKA Bad Santa and Jerry Dupree AKA The Assassin in Los Angeles on the West Coast. This tape officially introduced current AND1 players Andre Poole AKA Sylk and Hugh Jones AKA Baby Shack.
Editing is more than just assembling shots in a certain order, it's an art form, and this documentary celebrates the craft and how it has grown and evolved through the history of the cinema. Edge Codes.com: The Art of Motion Picture Editing traces this story from the world of pioneering silent auteurs such as Georges Méliès and D.W. Griffith through the bold stylings of the masters of the French New Wave to the technical and creative innovations of films like The Matrix, Memento, and The Sixth Sense. Edge Codes.com includes interviews with noted directors George Lucas and Norman Jewison, as well as top editors Thelma Schoonmaker, Zach Staenberg, Dody Dorn, Andrew Mondshein, and many more.
Osaka, 1907: Asajiro lives between a rock and a hard place: he has to keep his business clean and running, tame his late oyabun’s hot-blooded son and suffer the throes of his impossible love for beautiful geisha Hatsue.
Clash of the Codes was a New Zealand television program which aired in 1994 and again in 1997. It pitted athletes from different sports codes against each other as teams in a series of physical challenges.