The F Word

The F Word

A frustrated radio DJ takes to the streets of Manhattan during the Republican National Convention after the FCC has slapped his station with $1 million in indecency fines, and popular radio personality Joe Pace (Josh Hamilton) isn't going down without a fight. As the streets fill with restless republicans, angry protestors, and other colorful characters, Joe arms himself with a wireless microphone and a portable transmitter in order to get the opinions of the average person on the street.

On the day of the Republican National Convention, radio show host Joe Pace joins the rallies, protests, delegates and citizens of NYC. Broadcasting his last show live, on-the-air, he goes on a one man march for free speech. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


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silvester s (ca) wrote: totally shitty movie

Marranuels F (de) wrote: A scientist becomes a hero after he saves humanity. The best of B-science-techno-futurist cinema, reflecting the real threat of the particle accelerator. Supercollider.

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Ashley S (br) wrote: Such a cast! I adore this movie.

Rubia (kr) wrote: Jean-Claude Brisseau's first film, "La vie comme a", is a radical view on working women (women's rights, sexual harassment) and on the violence in the banlieue parisien in the end of 70's caused by working-class conditions and a lack of better perspectives. There aren't movie theaters, there aren't storefronts too take a look at. There are no streets. That's what Florence says when her dad invites her and Agnes to take a walk around in the neighborhood they are living in. Similar reality can be found in any suburb in any country, but all that violence seems to be beyond any limits. Of course there's a sort of black humor in these scenes, but were things really like that? Young people killing to prove themselves, not even afraid of being caught? The lost of humanity, well shown when neighbors look the body of a suicide woman, is disturbing. Social problems, life in concrete jungles, its consequences. "Life The Way It Is'' aesthetically resembles to Eric Rohmer's films, but Brisseau - discovered by Rohmer, one of his favorite filmmakers - has a more tragic view of life. In a Woody Allen's vision (Melinda and Melinda), Rohmer would be the playwright Sy with his comic tale and Brisseau would be Max, but really tragic and any melodramatic.