This Week’s Recommended Films on Film Annex
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NINE MILE WALK
Nine Mile Walk is a short film from Spain. With its witty humor, mysterious dialog, and captivating cinematography, Nine Mile Walk is a blast to watch.
Synopsis: Two friends who get lost in a strange place begin a game of words that leads to an unexpected twist.
To watch the film for free, go to: http://www.filmannex.com/movie/film/4/the_nine_mile_walk
THE HUNTER GRACCHUS
The Hunter Gracchus is a film based on Franz Kafka’s short story that carries the same name. The film holds a neo-realist attitude in terms of how it was filmed and cast. As director Glenn Stillar states: In Kafka’s story, a Hunter Gracchus, (played by my brother Brian) falls to his death while out hunting a ‘chamois.’ The Boatman (played by my cousin Bernie), who was to ‘ferry him to the other side’ makes a mistake, so the Hunter is doomed to sail all the waters of the world – forever.”
The Hunter Gracchus is an example of true independent filmmaking.
To read the whole synopsis and watch the film, go to: http://www.filmannex.com/movie/film/732/the_hunter_gracchus
This week’s classic is 39 Steps by Alfred Hitchcock.
Synopsis: Richard Hannay is a Canadian visitor to 1930's London. After a disturbance at a music hall, he meets Annabella Smith who is on the run from foreign agents. He takes her back to his apartment, but they are followed and later that night Annabella is murdered. Hannay goes on the run to break the spy ring and thus prove his innocence.
To watch the film for free, go to: http://www.filmannex.com/movie/film/613/the_39_steps