[NEW FILMS]Ten Minutes Older: The TrumpetDrama / 92 min. / English, German, Mandarin, Spanish and Finnish Opens today
Seven directors from six countries contribute to this first segment of a two-part film, which played the Cannes Film Festival. Each director delivers a 10-minute segment based on a common theme, time. The directors interpret the theme differently. They talk about love and destiny; birth and death; past and present; chaos and calmness; heaven and hell; chance and decision; and imagination and myth. The movie consists of Aki Kaurismaki's "Dogs have No Hell," Victor Eric's "Lifeline," Werner Herzog's "Ten Thousand Years Older," Jim Jarmusch's "International Trailer Night," Wim Wenders's "Twelve Miles to Trona," Spike Lee's "We Wuz Robbed," and Chen Kaige's "100 Flowers Hidden Deep."
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