Isabel, the beloved woman of their divorced father, shows up in the lives of ten-year-old Anna and six-year-old Ben. She does her best to win the love of other people’s children. But Jackie, their birth mother, uses all her authority and influence to prevent this. When you want to watch something kind and light and at the same time very touching and sad, movies like “Stepmother” are perfect to watch. So there is nothing superfluous, and the autumn and the music perfectly support the atmosphere of the story.
Last September 1999
France, UK, Ireland
A classic British movie with great acting. Southern Ireland, 1920s, the age of the decline of British rule. Since, Aristocrats Richard Naylor and his wife, Lady Mira are living out their century, and a rebellious spirit of liberation is in the air-bloody battle against a special unit of the British army formed to suppress the IRA. It would seem that the two colliding worlds could have nothing in common, but love tears down all boundaries. However, A young lady of high society, the Naylors’ niece, and a simple British soldier has no barriers to the mad love that flares up in these September days.
A Sweet November 2001
It’s hard to imagine a selection of fall movies without this romantic melodrama starring the Charlize Theron-Keanu Reeves duo. So Nelson Moss is a typical workaholic who has devoted his life to a career in advertising. But one day he meets Sarah, a woman unlike anyone else in the world. However She asks him to be her boyfriend for one month and in return Sarah promises to change his life completely. Because “Sweet November is a wonderful romantic film that teaches you to rejoice in every, even the smallest, moment of life.
Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter, Spring Again, 2003
South Korea, USA
Since “Spring, Summer, Autumn, Winter… and Spring Again” by director Kim Ki-Duk is a philosophical film with beautiful landscapes and autumn scenes. So It is a parable about the eternal, the flow of time, and the connection between nature and human life. As the title suggests, the story is about the cyclicality of life. The periods of spring, summer, autumn, and winter recur time after time. They all come and go, bringing with them different life lessons. This is vividly and interestingly portrayed as a young monk growing up.
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