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BULLHEAD


RUNDSKOP HAWAII PREMIERE FRIDAY, OCT. 21 | 9:45 PM | REGAL DOLE


BELGIUM 2011 | DUTCH, FRENCH WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES | 128M DIRECTOR: Michael R. Roskam SCREENWRITER: Michael R. Roskam PRODUCERS: Bart Van Langendonck CINEMATOGRAPHER: Nicolas Karakatsanis CAST: Jeroen Perceval, Jeanne Dandoy, Barbara Sarafian, Matthias Schoenaerts, Tibo Vandenborre


An animal feed thriller from the lowlands of Belgium. Jacky Vanmarsenille is a young farmer based in the Flemish province of Limburg. An unscrupulous vet, offering him a stake in a dubious business venture with a notorious west-Flemish beef manufacturer, approaches Jacky. But the murder of a police officer, and an unexpected confrontation with a mysterious aspect of his past, draws Jacky into a rapid maelstrom of unforeseen events with far-reaching consequences.


The film’s storyline is loosely adapted from events surrounding the murder in 1995 of a veterinary inspector named Karel Van Noppen. However, this film does not attempt to reconstruct this historical criminal case, rather, according to the director, “BULLHEAD relates to the animal hormones mafia like Hamlet relates to the Danish royal family.” Nonetheless, the film’s depiction of beef farming in Belgium is accurate. It is a film about people being driven to extremes. In short BULLHEAD is a film about everyday bovine madness. –Berlinale


DEADBALL


DEDDOBORU HAWAII PREMIERE SUNDAY, OCT. 16 | 9:45 PM | REGAL DOLE


JAPAN 2011 | JAPANESE WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES | 98M DIRECTOR: Yudai Yamaguchi CAST: Mari Hoshino, Miho Ninagawa, Tak Sakaguchi, Takamasa Suga


GRAB YOUR BAT AND HOLD ONTO YOUR BALLS...IT’S GAME TIME!! Baseball prodigy Jubeh Yakyu (Tak Sakaguchi) is the most feared and dangerous juvenile delinquent in all of Japan. After accidentally causing the death of his father with a super-powered, deadly fireball pitch, Jubeh swore off baseball and became a criminal and now, at 17, has been sent to the Pterodactyl Juvenile Reformatory for hardened criminals. Despite having sworn never to play baseball again, Jubeh is presented with an ultimatum by governor Mifune: join the reformatory team, The Gauntlets, in the national tournament for juvenile inmates, or witness the death of his innocent cellmate Four Eyes (Mari Hoshino). Jubeh soon learns that he is not only fighting to win the game, but also to save his own life!


A hilariously offensive, politically incorrect sports splatter comedy, DEADBALL is director Yudai Yamaguchi’s follow-up to his earlier zombie baseball classic BATTLEFIELD BASEBALL. A riotous, over-the-top epic of excess, DEADBALL is the movie for the psycho sports fan in all of us, and more fun than a prison cavity search!


KILL LIST / TYRANNOSAUR


SMUGGLER / YOYOCHU IN THE LAND OF THE RISING SEX


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