Texas Films in Magical Realism

August 29th 2014 03:22:20 PM

DERSU UZALA II, the movie -- (Magical Realism) There are many films with the theme of clashing cultures. But what happens when suddenly for no reason the culture clash disappears? In 2014, Dersu Uzala is an older Nanai man who lives in the Moscow townhouse of an old, wealthy retired Soviet politician.

LENIN's BODY, the movie -- (Magical Realism) Most people donít know the history of Leninís last night before burial. The story begins with two drunken men at the bar in the restaurant Glavpivtorg at Luybyanka. Alexei is a struggling businessman and Dmitry is an underpaid professor and political adviser. They are drinking at the bar and watching the news of Leninís body being removed from the tomb and relocated for burial.

MOSCOW METRO2 -- (Magical Realism) After arriving in 2014 the German soldiers move to take control of Metro-2, the secret underground metro system which parallels the public Moscow Metro. The system is an interconnected network of deep interconnected subway lines that provide a quick and secure means of evacuation for the leadership in case of nuclear war. Metro-2 is still operated by the Presidential General Directorate of Special Programmes and Ministry of Defence. The length of Metro-2 is rumored to exceed that of the public Metro.

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Hollywood Magical Realism Screenplays

The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Motion Picture Photoplay
The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Screenplay Cine6,000 years of recorded world history reveal the most common form of government is monarchy.The most powerful monarch ever was the British King, whose vast empire, at it peak, controlled 13 million square miles – almost a quarter of the Earth’s land–and nearly half billion people–one-fifth of the world’s population at the time.The Revolutionary War separated America from Britain, and soon other countries began rejecting their monarchs and replacing them with elected representative governments called republics.Cinema SilentMagical RealismLee A. Miller

The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Motion Picture Silent
The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Motion Picture Silver Screen6,000 years of recorded world history reveal the most common form of government is monarchy.The most powerful monarch ever was the British King, whose vast empire, at it peak, controlled 13 million square miles – almost a quarter of the Earth’s land–and nearly half billion people–one-fifth of the world’s population at the time.The Revolutionary War separated America from Britain, and soon other countries began rejecting their monarchs and replacing them with elected representative governments called republics.Feature PhotoplayMagical RealismLee A. Miller

The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Movie Photoplay
The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Motion Picture Cinematics6,000 years of recorded world history reveal the most common form of government is monarchy.The most powerful monarch ever was the British King, whose vast empire, at it peak, controlled 13 million square miles – almost a quarter of the Earth’s land–and nearly half billion people–one-fifth of the world’s population at the time.The Revolutionary War separated America from Britain, and soon other countries began rejecting their monarchs and replacing them with elected representative governments called republics.Feature PhotoplayMagical RealismLee A. Miller

The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Motion Picture Silent
The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Movie Silver Screen6,000 years of recorded world history reveal the most common form of government is monarchy.The most powerful monarch ever was the British King, whose vast empire, at it peak, controlled 13 million square miles – almost a quarter of the Earth’s land–and nearly half billion people–one-fifth of the world’s population at the time.The Revolutionary War separated America from Britain, and soon other countries began rejecting their monarchs and replacing them with elected representative governments called republics.Feature CinematographMagical RealismLee A. Miller

The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Feature Silent
The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Script Silent6,000 years of recorded world history reveal the most common form of government is monarchy.The most powerful monarch ever was the British King, whose vast empire, at it peak, controlled 13 million square miles – almost a quarter of the Earth’s land–and nearly half billion people–one-fifth of the world’s population at the time.The Revolutionary War separated America from Britain, and soon other countries began rejecting their monarchs and replacing them with elected representative governments called republics.Feature SilentMagical RealismLee A. Miller

The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Screenplay Silent
The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Script Photoplay6,000 years of recorded world history reveal the most common form of government is monarchy.The most powerful monarch ever was the British King, whose vast empire, at it peak, controlled 13 million square miles – almost a quarter of the Earth’s land–and nearly half billion people–one-fifth of the world’s population at the time.The Revolutionary War separated America from Britain, and soon other countries began rejecting their monarchs and replacing them with elected representative governments called republics.Film CinematographMagical RealismLee A. Miller

The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Script Talking Picture
The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Motion Picture Talking Picture6,000 years of recorded world history reveal the most common form of government is monarchy.The most powerful monarch ever was the British King, whose vast empire, at it peak, controlled 13 million square miles – almost a quarter of the Earth’s land–and nearly half billion people–one-fifth of the world’s population at the time.The Revolutionary War separated America from Britain, and soon other countries began rejecting their monarchs and replacing them with elected representative governments called republics.Screenplay CinematicsMagical RealismLee A. Miller

The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Motion Picture Cinematograph
The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Script Moving Picture6,000 years of recorded world history reveal the most common form of government is monarchy.The most powerful monarch ever was the British King, whose vast empire, at it peak, controlled 13 million square miles – almost a quarter of the Earth’s land–and nearly half billion people–one-fifth of the world’s population at the time.The Revolutionary War separated America from Britain, and soon other countries began rejecting their monarchs and replacing them with elected representative governments called republics.Motion Picture Silver ScreenMagical RealismLee A. Miller

The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Feature Silent
The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Feature Photoplay6,000 years of recorded world history reveal the most common form of government is monarchy.The most powerful monarch ever was the British King, whose vast empire, at it peak, controlled 13 million square miles – almost a quarter of the Earth’s land–and nearly half billion people–one-fifth of the world’s population at the time.The Revolutionary War separated America from Britain, and soon other countries began rejecting their monarchs and replacing them with elected representative governments called republics.Movie CinematicsMagical RealismLee A. Miller

The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Feature Moving Picture
The 19th Amendment To The Constitution Feature Moving Picture6,000 years of recorded world history reveal the most common form of government is monarchy.The most powerful monarch ever was the British King, whose vast empire, at it peak, controlled 13 million square miles – almost a quarter of the Earth’s land–and nearly half billion people–one-fifth of the world’s population at the time.The Revolutionary War separated America from Britain, and soon other countries began rejecting their monarchs and replacing them with elected representative governments called republics.Script CineMagical RealismLee A. Miller