Roadside Picnic By Matsui Shigeru And Nagashima Hiroyuki

Roadside Prophets
Roadside Prophets
Roadside Prophets
6.4

Sid and Nancy screenplay author Abbe Wool makes her directorial debut with this tale of a factory worker name Joe (X front man John Doe) who hits the road on his Harley to scatter the ashes of a co-worker. Joined by wannabe biker Sam (Adam Horovitz of the Beastie Boys), Joe journeys from Los Angeles to Nevada, meeting all sorts of characters (played by the likes of David Carradine, John Cusack, Timothy Leary and Arlo Guthrie) along the way.

Roadside Romeo
Roadside Romeo
Roadside Romeo
4.4

This is the story of Romeo. A dude who was living the life. He had the works - the mansion to live in, the chicks to party with and the cars to be driven around in. Until one day, the family he was the favourite pet of, decided to move and left him back, abandoned on the mean streets of Mumbai. Romeo is now faced with situations he has never been in before. He encounters four strays, who scare the daylights out of him. But soon, he smooth talks his way into their hearts and he makes friends. Then, Romeo finds love! He encounters the beautiful, ravishing Laila, the most beautiful girl he has ever seen - and he loses his heart to her at first sight. Finally, he encounters a villain! The dreaded Don of the area - Charlie Anna. The Don who everyone is scared of. So hop on to the adventure as Romeo, wins friendship, love and a new life - in spite of Charlie Anna and his gang!

Roadside
Roadside
Roadside
4.5

Dan Summers and his pregnant wife, Mindy, fight for their lives when they are held hostage in their car by an unseen gunman on the side of a desolate mountain road.

Roadside Massacre
Roadside Massacre
Roadside Massacre
2.8

Five college friends take a detour while traveling to their spring break destination. They end up in the remote mountain town of Blueridge, where Karen (Marina Resa) believes her older sister went missing 2 years before. After a few odd encounters with the locals, Karen and her friends decide to continue their journey until an unexpected auto malfunction leaves them stranded. The group takes refuge in a local motel and soon learns that in Blueridge, "missing persons" is just a way of life. One-by-one they begin disappearing until the grizzly discovery is made that the local BBQ Rib Restaurant might be serving up more than anyone had bargained.

Roadside Attraction
Roadside Attraction
Roadside Attraction
8.0

After a very famous airplane arrives at Palm Beach International Airport, an otherwise ordinary stretch of Florida highway attracts an avid cluster of excited onlookers and selfie-takers. In the ensuing spectacle, these curious Americans reveal the qualities they may share with the plane’s huuuge-ly notable passenger.

Along the Roadside
Along the Roadside
Along the Roadside
7.7

Road movie about two young people from different parts of the world, their vastly different clashing cultures and their journey of self-discovery during the drive to the largest music festival in California.

Roadside
Roadside
Roadside
0.0

A stranger in a truck approaches a woman walking alone on a vacant road. Captured in one single, unbroken take.

Roadside Picnic
Roadside Picnic
Roadside Picnic
0.0

Two friends spend their time consumed in the forgotten moments of the everyday that underpin touristic adventure. It is in these moments that we see reflected the flat and banal nature of real life.

Roadside Picnic
Roadside Picnic
Roadside Picnic
0.0

"Roadside Picnic" is a piece produced by Hiroyuki Nagashima and Shigeru Matsui, pursuing the possibilities of “a new form of story telling, by the usage of digital sound technology” (financed by Japan Society for the Promotion of Science :JSPS24652030) . At first, this was planned simply as a sound installation, but visuals made by director/film maker Naoki Kato was joined in, eventually bringing to completion as a full film piece.

Roadside Assistance
Roadside Assistance
Roadside Assistance
7.0

A mysterious woman stranded by the side of the road hitches a ride with a passing stranger - neither of them is who they seem.

Holy Roadside - The Film
Holy Roadside - The Film
Holy Roadside - The Film
0.0

Fly on the wall documentary following The Badloves recording and touring their second album The Holy Roadside.

The Badloves: Holy Roadside
The Badloves: Holy Roadside
The Badloves: Holy Roadside
0.0

Fly on the wall documentary following The Badloves recording and touring their second album The Holy Roadside.

The Girl by the Roadside
The Girl by the Roadside
The Girl by the Roadside
0.0

Unknown to Judith Ralston, her brother Budd and his wife Vera are counterfeiters. In order to escape Fayban, a secret service agent, they leave Judith at a little town in Virginia. One day while out horseback riding, Judith is injured and rescued by Boone Pendleton, who takes her to his cabin. Later, she receives instructions from her brother to go to the Ralston house and destroy anything that she sees. Fayban, suspicious of the girl, wires Washington to shadow her.

A Program About Unusual Buildings & Other Roadside Stuff
A Program About Unusual Buildings & Other Roadside Stuff
A Program About Unusual Buildings & Other Roadside Stuff
8.0

A travelogue featuring oddly-shaped buildings (and the folks who live in, work in, own and admire them) located along USA highways.

The Roadside Inn
The Roadside Inn
The Roadside Inn
6.0

The staff of an inn play a cruel trick on a guest.

Roadside house
Roadside house
Roadside house
0.0

Returning to the city on a wet night highway, Sasha fails to control and makes a run over a lone pedestrian. Yielding to the entreaties of his wife Tamara, he leaves the wounded man near the village hospital and returns home.

Roadside Stone
Roadside Stone
Roadside Stone
3.0

The Wayside Pebble is an effective drama about the hardships of a childhood spent with a brusque, cold-hearted father and a submissive mother. The year is 1910 and the place is a small Japanese village. Goichi is suffering because he wants to go to school, but his family is too poor to afford that luxury. Even when a kind friend agrees to help out, Goichi's father refuses to give in to his son's request for an education. Instead, he sends Goichi off to work as an indentured servant for a cold-hearted merchant and his family. As tragedy strikes and the suffering of the young boy increases, he begins to look for some way out of his bleak situation.

Roadside Fugitive
Roadside Fugitive
Roadside Fugitive
0.0

'Roadside Fugitive' follows Mighty's non-successful story after '8,000 Miles 1,' at the end of which he parts company with Ikku and Tom, members of his hip hop group, 'Sho-Gung,' and leaves for Tokyo. Will Mighty be able to keep faith in the tiny little soul buming somewhere inside him?

Roadsides and Waste Grounds
Roadsides and Waste Grounds
Roadsides and Waste Grounds
0.0

A field guide from the Oakland Hills, with Rachel Zingoni.

N: VI - Vanishing Roadsides
N: VI - Vanishing Roadsides
N: VI - Vanishing Roadsides
0.0

We used to travel along roads that went through inhabited places. Now, those roads have been replaced by motorways isolated from the landscape they cross. Between the point of departure and the point of arrival we have left behind those places of passage where, apparently, nothing happens anymore. The N-VI is one of those roads.

A Program About Unusual Buildings & Other Roadside Stuff
A Program About Unusual Buildings & Other Roadside Stuff
A Program About Unusual Buildings & Other Roadside Stuff
8.0
Jao Sao Rim Tang
Jao Sao Rim Tang
Jao Sao Rim Tang
0.0
Jao Sao Rim Tang
Jao Sao Rim Tang
Jao Sao Rim Tang
6.5

Nang’ek played by “Poo” Praiya Suandokmai is an out of luck, poor, orphan girl raised by her money-hungry foster mom (Apiradee Pawaputanon), who has a spoiled brat daughter played by “Mint” Nawinda Bertotti. Her foster mom also has a no-good, rapist wannabe boyfriend played by Tharathip Seehadetrungchai (yea, I don’t know who that is), who on occasion will try to assault our nang’ek Rasa. Our nang’ek is the ultimate “nangfah (angel)”, she is a diligent worker–values education, values hard-work, kind to others, innocent, virginal, not too shabby on the eyes. Though they treat her as an ATM machine, she refuses to abandon her makeshift, foster family because she feels indebted to them. Soon after her mother passed away so did her father, her foster mother took her in when she had no one to turn to. She feels a moral obligation to her evil foster mom who on many occasions will abuse and take advantage of her. Essentially our nang’ek will be a weak, kindhearted, idiot with spunk. As for our pra’ek Akrin, played by ‘Stefan’ Tasit Sinkanawiwat, he is described as a good-looking, rich playboy with charm. He is a heir to a well-known fitness complex called M Fitness. Akrin sees women has a plaything and love as a game. His grandfather Amnat (Khun Suchao Pongwilai) is fed up with his immature, careless, insincere lifestyle and wants him to get married. If he doesn’t get marry by a certain time, he won’t inherit M Fitness. It will be given to his competitive sister Ornuma (Prae Amery) who also has to get marry if she wants to inherit the family business. As the the marriage deadline slowly approaches and he doesn’t like any of his potential brides, Akrin decides to hire someone as his bride. He hires Rasa, the girl he likes and the only girl in Thailand who has the audacity to reject him every time he makes a move on her. Their marriage will be a sham, it will be for on year and he will pay her 2 million baht ($66,766 USD) total. He will give her 1 million baht at the beginning of their marriage and 1 million baht at the end of their marriage. Rasa accept his offer because she needs the money. Around that time, her foster mother finds herself in the hospital and needs immediate surgery. Thus this is how their life together begins through a fake marriage.

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