Comedy / fantasy involving ghosts.
Darma (Sonny Dewantoro) decides to marry a snake after it transforms into a woman named Sandra (Sally Marcellina). Darma's happy with this arrangement as it has made him very rich as every time he sleeps with his wife, the scales that Sandra sheds change into money. However, the requirements Darma has to meet in connection with his marriage are very difficult to fulfill...
Orphan Sari goes to live with her uncle Mr. Padmo, his wife and their daughter Yuni. Trouble begins when the wife and daughter (who is jealous a boy she likes prefers her cousin) accuse her of stealing and threaten to kick her out. The innocent Sari's parents return as ghosts to help her out, including creating a "pocong" (death shroud) ghost to scare them.
Daydream Therapy is set to Nina Simone’s haunting rendition of “Pirate Jenny” and concludes with Archie Shepp’s “Things Have Got to Change.” Filmed in Burton Chace Park in Marina del Rey by activist-turned-filmmaker Bernard Nicolas as his first project at UCLA, this short film poetically envisions the fantasy life of a hotel worker whose daydreams provide an escape from workplace indignities. —Allyson Nadia Field
Short animated version of the Chinese folktale, Nüwa Mends the Heavens
A young boy suddenly finds a magic bolt which makes him incredibly brave.
A man finds himself in an unknown location.
A reworking of the classic Chinese novel "All men are brothers"; Lin Chung (Roc Tien), a loyal general, who falls prey to a plot that exiles him and leaves his wife dead. But thanks to a good hearted brigand-monk, justice is served and the conspiracy upended... Fantastic Action, and the addition of a hideous demon creature, makes this one of the most original Kung Fu films of the 80's
A man and a dog are inside a house, whilst the man is waiting for someone he starts to slowly go to the unknown alternate world, the dog contemplates its existence
The plot is unknown.
An atmospheric, coming-of-age love story steeped in eerie mystery and inspired by the gothic novel of the same name.
A dying person's life slows down and becomes surreal.
A 1970 film.
A young boy with his "Star Wars" comic book runs to the front window of a subway train and pretends to pilot a spaceship out of the station and into the black of space. He soon encounters Darth Vader.
Schoolgirl Masha gets into the fabulous city cheerful workers, which with the help of servants and cap of invisibility inhibits the evil Korol Kropodin I. Before the townspeople finally get rid of oppressors, Masha is a party to the exciting events and adventures.
Three short stories in Tokyo about people's death and how they see their life after death. In each story the main character experience death and they live another life that seems just like another day. Regretting their ignorance that caused pain to their beloved ones, each tries to find a clue to what went wrong in another life.
A band of adventurers steals an enchanted stone, and earns a wizard's desperate revenge. The wizard must summon all his old fighting comrades to get the artefact back - before its evil dooms their world.
a film by Jose 'Pepe' Wenceslao.