SubWars

An old man on the subway,but nobody can Offer one 's seat to himAt the same time?the old man

I want talk about some problems in society,and Morality. ahaha ~just a Tribute for .Thanks Animetaste.net(animetaste.net)!

director :SeanSoong(seansoong.diandian.com)

Original music: ???[Ayo_Chen](china-wave.cn)


How Hitchcock Got People to See Psycho

Alfred Hitchcock and Paramount present a guide to their revolutionary release of "Psycho" in this extended "press book on film" from the Academy Film Archive.


Landmine Clinic

Scenes from a small but amazing clinic in Mae sot, Thailand. where people makes very crude but essential prosthetic limbs for landmine victims.

Music: "Running Up That Hill" by Placebo


What Darwin Never Knew

Earth teems with a staggering variety of animals, including 9,000 kinds of birds, 28,000 types of fish and more than 350,000 species of beetles. What explains this explosion of living creatures, 1.4 million different species discovered so far, with perhaps another 50 million to go? The source of life's endless forms was a mystery until Charles Darwin's revolutionary idea of natural selection, which he showed could help explain the gradual development of life on Earth. But Darwin's radical insights raised as many questions as they answered. What actually drives evolution and turns one species into another? And how did we evolve?

NOVA reveals answers to the riddles that Darwin couldn't explain. Breakthroughs in a brand new science nicknamed "evo devo" are linking the enigma of origins to another of nature's great mysteries, the development of an embryo. NOVA takes viewers on a journey from the Galapagos Islands to the Arctic and from the Cambrian explosion of animal forms half a billion years ago to the research labs of today. Here scientists are finally beginning to crack nature's biggest secrets at the genetic level. And, as "NOVA" shows, the results are confirming the brilliance of Darwin's insights while exposing clues to life's breathtaking diversity.


Attenborough: Amber Time Machine

Broadcast (1996) David Attenborough turns his life long fascination with amber into a time travelling detective story that spans 150 million years. Examining and identifying the contents of this unique material , he opens a window into prehistoric tropical rainforests and unravels detailed stories about the plants and animals that lived there. The episode shows Attenborough searching for the identities of preserved creatures inside a piece of Baltic Amber that was given to him by his adoptive sister when he was twelve years old. The Amber Time Machine is part of the Attenborough in Paradise and Other Personal Voyages a collection of seven documentaries.

It shows how a group of scientists can reconstruct an entire twenty million year old ecosystem through pieces of Dominican amber. Examples include a tadpole preserved in Amber after falling from a Bromeliad. Attenborough then discusses the scientific feasibility of DNA being preserved in Amber, and the science behind the 1993 hit techno thriller Jurassic Park, in which Richard Attenborough starred as John Hammond. Several attempts were tried, with DNA eventually being recovered from a weevil that was several million years older than Tyrannosaurus rex. Attenborough reasons that a few old, rare pieces of Amber may contain DNA.

Amber is fossilized tree resin (not sap), which has been appreciated for its color and natural beauty since Neolithic times. Amber is used as an ingredient in perfumes, as a healing agent in folk medicine, and as jewelry. There are five classes of amber, defined on the basis of their chemical constituents. As it originates as a soft, sticky tree resin, amber sometimes contains animal and plant material. Amber occurring in coal seams is also called resinite, and the term ambrite is applied to that found specifically within New Zealand.


Looking At You (Movie montage)

COMPLETE LIST OF FILMS BELOW!

Edited by Brutzelpretzel (he's my husband). I just suggested the song: "Can't take my eyes off you", in this case performed by Manic Street Preachers and also by Muse.

We decided not to include the "found footage" genre, cause almost everyone looks at the camera in this type of films (Cloverfield, for example). And also musical numbers, where it's very common that the actors look at the camera while singing.

Thanks to:

http://flavorwire.com/255501/on-ferris-bueller-advertising-and-the-fourth-wall

http://eye-contact.tumblr.com/

FILMS USED (almost 150):

00:00 Titanic

00:02 The Age of Innocence

00:04 The Rocky Horror Picture Show

00:05 Singles

00:06 Harry Potter and the Prisioner of Azkaban

00:07 Goodfellas

00:09 Coraline

00:11 Rebecca

00:13 Superman

00:15 The Curious Case of Benjamin Button

00:19 The Big Lebowski

00:21 The Muppets Christmas Carol

00:24 The Sixth Sense

00:27 Les Quatre Cents Coups

00:31 Witness

00:32 Once Upon a Time in the West

00:35 Boogie Nights

00:38 Ying Xiong (Hero)

00:40 Le samoura

00:42 Trading Places

00:44 Scott Pilgrim vs The World

00:45 Shallow Grave

00:47 A Scanner Darkly

00:49 Apocalypse Now

00:52 Con Air

00:54 Tinker Taylor Soldier Spy

00:56 The Ides of March

00:59 Napoleon

01:01 2001: A Space Odyssey

01:04 Groundhog Day

01:06 Ratatouille

01:07 Crank

01:08 Die Hard

01:09 Raising Arizona

01:11 Wayne's World

01:12 The Fantastic Mr. Fox

01:13 Pulp Fiction

01:14 The Graduate

01:15 Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas

01:16 Christmas Vacation

01:17 Brazil

01:20 Amlie

01:22 Ferris Bueller's Day Off

01:24 Braveheart

01:26 The Devil's Advocate

01:27 Breaking the Waves

01:29 American Beauty

01:31 Back to the Future II

01:34 The Fountain

01:36 Un Prophte

01:38 Zatoichi

01:40 The Fifth Element

01:42 Alfie

01:44 Three Amigos!

01:45 The Artist

01:48 Married to the Mob

01:51 Rushmore

01:54 The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

01:56 Romeo + Juliet

01:59 The Girl with a Pearl Earring

02:02 The Fellowship of the Ring

02:06 Secretary

02:10 Kill Bill Vol. 1

02:13 Le Escaphandre et le Papillon

02:16 Strangers on a Train

02:21 Funny Games

02:23 In the Line of Fire

02:25 Fight Club

02:27 Misery

02:31 Clockwork Orange

02:34 The Silence of the Lambs

02:37 Metropolis

02:39 Sunset Boulevard

02:42 Psycho

02:47 The Shining

02:48 Mars Attacks!

02:49 Bronson

02:50 Evil Dead II

02:52 Austin Powers: The Spy who Shagged Me

02:53 Rashmon

02:55 Black Swan

02:57 The Exorcist

02:58 The Night of the Living Dead

02:59 Les Yeux Sans Visage

03:01 Nosferatu

03:03 Vertigo

03:05 Invasion of the Body Snatchers

03:07 Home Alone

03:09 True Lies

03:10 A Christmas Story

03:12 Robocop

03:14 Full Metal Jacket

03:15 Do the Right Thing

03:17 The Silence of the Lambs

03:19 Dead Man

03:20 Bad Lieutenant

03:22 Bad Boys

03:23 Dip Huet Seung Hung (The Killer)

03:24 Idi i Smotri

03:25 Goodfellas

03:27 Hanna

03:28 The Great Train Robbery

03:30 La Haine

03:32 Saturday Night Fever

03:35 Stranger Than Fiction

03:38 Super

03:40 Steamboat Bill, Jr.

03:43 Tangled

03:44 Trainspotting

03:47 Rango

03:49 Enter The Void

03:52 The Royal Tenenbaums

03:54 Black Narcissus

03:55 American Beauty

03:57 Lady in the Lake

04:00 The Virgin Suicides

04:02 Rear Window

04:03 Bout de Souffle

04:04 Little Children

04:05 Nine 1/2 Weeks

04:06 Spellbound

04:07 Splice

04:09 25th Hour

04:10 Cat People

04:11 Strange Days

04:12 Duck Soup

04:14 Annie Hall

04:17 The Kid

04:20 Neverending Story

04:21 Zoolander

04:23 High Fidelity

04:25 JCVD

04:26 Oldeuboi (Oldboy)

04:28 Raging Bull

04:30 Gran Torino

04:30 Ying Xiong (Hero)

04:33 Shoot'em Up

04:35 Jaws

04:36 Addams Family Values

04:37 Escape from LA

04:37 Donnie Darko

04:39 The Darjeeling Limited

04:40 Hugo

04:41 Persona

04:42 The Red Shoes

04:43 Magnolia

04:45 Le notti di Cabiria

04:50 The Truman Show


When I Die: Lessons from the Death Zone

In "When I Die" Philip Gould shares his thoughts and insights as he confronts his impending death from oesophageal cancer. How do we approach death whilst embracing life? How can we change the conversation around death and palliative care for the terminally ill? Please share this film and join the conversation #WhenIDie. Philip believed that for the terminally ill and those close to them, there can be moments of joy, resolution and inspiration just as intense as those of fear, discomfort and sadness.

Filmed during the last 2 weeks of Philip's life, this intimate portrait reveals his quest to find purpose and meaning in what he called "The Death Zone". He had been diagnosed with cancer of the oesophagus in 2008 and was given three months to live in the summer of 2011.


Spiritualized: Hey Jane, NSFW

In the grim, gritty, NSFW video for Spiritualized's "Hey Jane", directed by AG Rojas, the everyday life of a trans person culminates in a series of violent altercations.


Inside

A short film about hidden meanings.


Sabre Duel from Deluge

Scene from the Polish film Deluge, a historical drama directed by Jerzy Hoffman, released in 1974. The film is based on a novel by the Polish writer Henryk Sienkiewicz. It was nominated for a Best Foreign Film Oscar in 1974.


Melvin the Mini Machine

Early 2012, HEYHEYHEY had some time to spare and they felt the need to challenge themselves once again, so they set out to build another one of their chain reaction machines called Melvin.

Conveniently built in two old suitcases, Melvin the Mini Machine is a Rube Goldberg machine specifically designed to travel the world. Each time Melvin fully completes a run, he signs a postcard and sticks a stamp to it - making it ready to be sent.

Like its bigger brother, Melvin the Mini Machine also has an online non-physical side which he uses to connect to the people he meets. To keep things truly mobile Melvin uses a smartphone for his online identity.


Final 24: Janis Joplin, Her Final Hours

Analysis on the life and death of Janis Joplin, the undisputed queen of rock and roll. This compelling documentary series unlocks the hidden secrets, psychological flaws and events that result in the tragic deaths of famed notorious and the iconic. Every episode maps out the final 24 hours of a different famous person's life. The series weaves the star's back-story with events from their last day, which lays bare the threads of fate that led inextricably from childhood to the moment of death. These are no ordinary biographies. They're psychological detective stories attempting to uncover the mystery of why the celebrity died. This episode focuses on the life and death of Janis Joplin, the undisputed queen of rock and roll. It explores how her drug addiction and a cut of nearly pure heroin took her from the throne to her grave.


The Big Empty

Lost in Utero or: a bittersweet tale of Alice, her vagina and the infinite nature of the tundra.

Directed by Lisa Chang and Newton Thomas Sigel.

Starring Selma Blair and Elias Koteas, with a cameo by Hugh Laurie.

Produced by Daniel Dubiecki, George Clooney, Steven Soderbergh et al.