"1970" Featured Movies

Last Days of Solitary (1970)

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In 2011, Maine State Prison launched a pioneering reform programme to scale back its use of solitary confinement. Bafta and Emmy-winning film-maker Dan Edge and his co-director Lauren Mucciolo were given unprecedented access to the solitary unit - and filmed there for more than three years. The result is an extraordinary and harrowing portrait of life in solitary - and a unique document of a radical and risky experiment to reform a prison. The US is the world leader in solitary confinement. More than 80,000 American prisoners live in isolation, some have been there for years, even decades. Solitary is proven to cause mental illness, it is expensive, and it is condemned by many as torture. And yet for decades, it has been one of the central planks of the American criminal justice system.

Devil Makes Work (1970)

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Heaven and hell, winners and losers; it all comes down to what you are willing to sacrifice.

BnB HELL (1970)

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A young woman's hunt for her missing sister ends at a rundown bed and breakfast in the Hollywood Hills run by an ill-tempered woman called Mommy. Disturbing messages left by former guests suggest unsettling secrets lay buried there.

Sweet, Sweet Lonely Girl (1970)

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Soon after moving in with her aging aunt Dora, Adele meets Beth, seductive and mysterious, who tests the limits of Adele's moral ground and sends her spiraling down a psychologically unstable and phantasmagoric path.

The Land (1970)

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THE LAND tells the story of four teenage boys who devote their summer to escaping the streets of Cleveland...

In the Hour of Victory (1970)

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Untouched for fifty years, a family finds a bundle of letters setting them on a journey into their past...

Perseveration (1970)

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A young boy(Joshua)'s journey into survival after being born into a inbred religious cult quickly turns sour. Locked in a cage, starved, & beaten his whole life he witnesses a murder in the church where he has been held captive Being taught a skewed religion & being held captive takes a tole on his mentality as he grows into a monster. Acting out on his disgusting, depraved & violent urges towards the "Non believers" as he was brought up in the quiet abandoned town in Hancock New york Where The inbred cult family lived. With a face hidden from society for so long, a tortured soul, And a skewed belief, he roams the streets looking for the next sinner to cross his path. So... We ask you.. What would you do if your religion was defiled?

Getting Frank Gehry (1970)

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An exclusive glimpse into the creative process of the worlds greatest living architect, Frank Gehry, as he creates his very first building in Australia - the new business school at Sydneys University of Technology.

Burning Sands (1970)

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Deep into Hell Week, a favored pledgee is torn between honoring his code of silence or standing up against the intensifying violence of underground hazing.

The Unkindness of Ravens (1970)

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A homeless veteran battles to survive against his demons in the remote Highlands of Scotland

Let's Break Up (1970)

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The film tells the story of an innocent small nurse Ye Xiaotong who finds out that migrant workers boyfriend Fang Qiang derailed to break up. Rich second generation Han Mingchuan Ye Xiaotong initiated the pursuit of Fang Qiang also pursued apologize to retain. At this time the rich girl Jin Lili strong side of the ambiguous, Han Mingchuan old love with a few clues to start around the break up, start the story.

Dear Diary I Died (1970)

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After the supposed suicide of her sister, a fledgling actress goes to college to try and prove the death was murder. As she investigates, she uncovers a blackmail racket but becomes a murder suspect herself.

Alice: Crack of Season (1970)

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Yoon-hye likes Da-joo more than just as a friend but denies her feelings for the sake of their friendship. After some events following Da-joo being introduced to a boy, Yoon-hye is not able to hide her emotions anymore.

Stupidity (1970)

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Waiting (1970)

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Oliver, a middle-aged English professor, is in the throws of a life crisis. Despite encouragement from his friend and fellow professor Dave...

Here Alone (1970)

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A young woman struggles to survive on her own in the wake of a mysterious epidemic that has decimated society and forced her deep into the unforgiving wilderness.

Goya Exposed with Jake Chapman (1970)

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As Jake works on a new 'Disasters of War' model in his London studio, he explains why for him there is a fundamental conflict at the heart of Goya's art - in their gruesome detail his images seem to celebrate violence rather than protest against it. Jake explores this contradiction that art history has chosen to ignore, and explains how it tells us something profound about the way we see ourselves and our past.

Landline (1970)

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A teenager living with her sister and parents in Manhattan during the 1990's discovers that her father is having an affair.

I Know You by Heart (1970)

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Eyes of the Roshi (1970)

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SAIGON 1973. A young man's heart is breaking as he discovers his childhood love, the girl he grew up with...

Beauty and the Dogs (1970)

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Nelson's Caribbean Hell-Hole: An Eighteenth Century Navy Graveyard Uncovered (1970)

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Human bones found on an idyllic beach in Antigua trigger an investigation by naval historian Sam Willis into one of the darkest chapters of Britains imperial past. As archaeologists excavate a mass grave of British sailors, Willis explores Antiguas ruins and discovers how the sugar islands of the Caribbean were a kind of hell in the age of Nelson.

The Red Pill (1970)

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The Red Pill chronicles filmmaker Cassie Jaye's journey following the mysterious and polarizing Men's Rights Movement. The Red Pill explores today's gender war and asks the question "what is the future of gender equality?"

Comfort (1970)

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A late night courier boy agrees to pick up the feisty daughter of an important client. The two youngsters form a close connection and spend two nights exploring LA's local food scene while their romance blossoms.