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Virgin Spring, The -- (Movie Clip) Three Brothers Innocent Karin (Brigitta Pettersson) on her way to church through the medieval Swedish woods, meets the goat-herds (Axel Duberg, Tor Isedal, Ove Porath), things not looking good, in Ingmar Bergman's The Virgin Spring, 1960.
Jinnah (1998) -- (Movie Clip) We Must Make Two Pledges Resuming the reflections of the dying Mohammed Ali Jinnah, in Bombay, 1920, his younger self played by Richard Lintern, at a Congress Party gathering, joined by the increasingly popular Hindu leader Mohandes K. Gandhi (Sam Dastor) in the life-story of Pakistan’s founder, Jinnah, 1998.
Le Grand Amour (1969) -- (Movie Clip) It Easily Becomes A Habit Still in his opening narrative taking place during his wedding, writer, director and star Pierre Etaix switches brides, baffles a waiter trapped in the flashback, and becomes entwined with Florence (Etaix's actual wife, Annie Fratellini), early in Le Grand Amour, 1969.
Gribiche (1925) -- (Movie Clip) Trois Quartiers Director Jacques Feyder with a brisk opening, introducing the nicknamed title character (Jean Forest), his wife Francoise Rosay as the American Madame Maranet, and sampling the Paris location shooting for which he was famous, in Gribiche, 1925.
Gribiche (1925) -- (Movie Clip) It Was A Saturday Complex piece in which the young title character (Jean Forest) reconstructs for an audience including his mother (Cecile Guyon) and boyfriend (Rolla Norman) events we've already seen, featuring his benefactor-to-be Madame Maranet (Francoise Rosay), in director Jacques Feyder's Gribiche, 1925.
Gribiche (1925) -- (Movie Clip) From That Day Forward The young French title character (Jean Forest) here has just been adopted by a well-meaning very progressive American philanthropist lady, finding out what he's in-for, in this 2009 restoration of director Jacques Feyder's Gribiche, 1925.
Ganja And Hess (1973) -- (Movie Clip) Addicted To Blood Fascinating opening from director Bill Gunn, minister and chauffeur Luther (Sam Waymon) narrating as he introduces his boss Dr. Hess (Duane Jones), in Ganja And Hess, 1973.
Ganja And Hess (1973) -- (Movie Clip) What Hunger Is Troubled, and addicted to blood, Dr. Hess (Duane Jones) conferring with his new assistant and expert George Meda (Bill Gunn, the director and screenwriter), imagninings taking over, early in Ganja And Hess, 1973.
Mrs. Brown (1997) -- (Movie Clip) The Queen Will Ride Out Bereaved Queen Victoria (Judi Dench) observes as secretary Ponsonby (Geoffrey Palmer) confronts Scottish servant Brown (Billy Connolly) over his insistence that she ride her pony, in Mrs. Brown, 1997.
Mrs. Brown (1997) -- (Movie Clip) What The Queen Requires Ponsonby (Geoffrey Palmer) briefs servant Brown (Billy Connolly) before his initial meeting with the mourning Queen Victoria (Judi Dench), which does not go well, in John Madden's Mrs. Brown, 1997.