Spanning the divide between Europe and Asia, Istanbul’s gridlocked Bosphorus Bridge is the focal point of this wonderful portrait of life. Unemployed Fikret illegally sells roses in the traffic jam, and would do anything for a real job. Umit drives a taxi hoping that the work will allow him to rent a better apartment for his wife. Traffic cop Murat feels alone amongst the solid line of cars, each night logging onto the internet, hoping that he might find love. Unaware of each other, their lives intersect every day, along with millions of Istanbulites, coping with the challenges of life in this frenetic city - their stories are simple and universal. Special Features: Trailer
Lexus Is-F Timo Glock Nuerburgring Taxi 2009Das ist ein sehr schoenes Modell eines Lexus IS-F-Timo Glock-Nuerburgring Taxi. Das Baujahr des Originals war 2009.This is a very nice model from the Lexus IS-F-Timo Glock-Nuerburgring Taxi 2009.Hersteller / Produce
Barbara Liversidge (spelt Liversage in the pilot) is a no-nonsense nosey middle-aged Yorkshire doctor's receptionist with a sharp tongue. She has been married to her husband Ted, a taxi driver, for 35 years. Their twenty-something lovelorn son Neil does very little. Their daughter, the long-suffering Linda is married to Martin Pond (Benson in the pilot). Martin is a chef in the pilot, while in the three series is a TV presenter who has his own show Pond Life on a local TV channel. Jean is her preening sister who is married to the simpering Phil. Barbara's colleague at the doctor's surgery is Doreen. Benedict Sandiford did not appear in the pilot. John Arthur did not appear in the pilot.
Adam Stein. The funniest man in Germany. And a Jew. Taken to a Nazi concentration camp upon Hitler’s rise to power, Adam faces near-certain death in the gas chamber. Until he is spotted by the camp Commandant who recognises Adam as a performer and, for his own sadistic pleasure, offers him a chance of staying alive … by becoming the Commandant’s pet dog . But as Adam is to discover, this survival will come at a terrible price. Powerful and chilling, and expertly directed by Paul Schrader, creator of Raging Bull and Taxi Driver, Adam Resurrected features a stunning cast including Jeff Goldblum (Independence Day, The Fly), Willem Dafoe (Spiderman) and Ayelet Zurer (Angels & Demons). Special Features: Behind the Scenes Featurette International Trailer
Soojin (Jun Do-yeon of Untold Scandal) is an aspiring singer. Gyung-Sun (Lee Hye-young of Raging Years) was a hardcore female gangster turned taxi driver. By fate, the two meet up in the most unlikely circumstance. With nothing in common and nothing to lose, the women devise a plan to steal a duffel bag stuffed with cold hard cash. However, despite their cunning tactics, it doesn't help when they're not the only ones after the bag.
XL "yellow Taxi" mit Licht & Sound Beschreibung großes Spielzeug Taxi-Modell mit Licht & Sound 25cm großes Fahrzeug mit Schwungradantrieb öffnende TürenBatterien für Licht & Sound bereits enthalten (2x Ag13) Au
Recording with cold, clinical precision the gradual descent into madness, this slow-burning psychological thriller marks a change of pace for director Greg Olliver, previously best known for his documentary portrait of grizzled Motorhead front man Lemmy. An intense, troubling film, boasting a spectacular lead performance from Marta Milans, Devoured calls to mind such bleak and visceral late 70s NY urban dramas as Taxi Driver and Driller Killer in its expert depiction of alienation and escalating horror.
MARTIN SCORSESE’s cinematic mastery is on full display in this sweeping crime saga, which serves as an elegiac summation of his six-decade career. Left behind by the world, former hit man and union truck driver Frank Sheeran (Taxi Driver’s ROBERT DE NIRO) looks back from a nursing home on his life’s journey through the ranks of organized crime: from his involvement with Philadelphia mob boss Russell Bufalino (Goodfellas’ JOE PESCI) to his association with Teamsters union head Jimmy Hoffa (The Godfather’s AL PACINO) to the rift that forced him to choose between the two. An intimate story of loyalty and betrayal writ large across the epic canvas of mid-twentieth-century American history, The Irishman (based on the real-life Sheeran’s confessions, as told to writer Charles Brandt for the book I Heard You Paint Houses) is a uniquely reflective late-career triumph that balances its director’s virtuoso set pieces with a profoundly personal rumination on aging, mortality, and the decisions and regrets that shape a life. DIRECTOR-APPROVED SPECIAL EDITION FEATURES New 4K digital master, approved by director Martin Scorsese, with Dolby Atmos soundtrack Newly edited roundtable conversation among Scorsese and actors Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Joe Pesci, originally recorded in 2019 New documentary about the making of the film featuring Scorsese; the lead actors; producers Emma Tillinger Koskoff, Jane Rosenthal, and Irwin Winkler; director of photography Rodrigo Prieto; and others from the cast and crew New video essay written and narrated by film critic Farran Smith Nehme about The Irishman’s synthesis of Scorsese’s singular formal style The Evolution of Digital De-aging, a 2019 programme on the visual effects created for the film Archival interview excerpts with Frank “the Irishman” Sheeran and International Brotherhood of Teamsters trade union leader Jimmy Hoffa Trailer and teaser PLUS: An essay by critic Geoffrey O’Brien
A psychological-thriller in the haunting tradition of films like Taxi Driver, DARK TOURIST takes us into the chilling labyrinth of a morbid obsession. Jim is seeking something to fill the searing void within him. He is obsessed with visiting places of tragedy or disaster - termed 'Grief Tourism'. He visits places that were key in the lives of serial killers he is fascinated with. But his next trip turns horrific, as Jim's rancid sexual impulses and weakening grip on reality deteriorate into a violent despair, bringing film to its brutal and shocking finale.
COBI - Konstruktionsbausteine für den Spielspaß Zuhause. Kompatibel auch mit Konstruktionsbausteinen anderer Hersteller.Youngtimer Collection. Auch was für die Größeren. Kleine Flitzer zum Spielen und Sammeln.Vom Wartburg, Trabant bis hin zu Fiat Klassikern lässt die Welt der Youngtimer keinen Wunsch offen. Bauen Sie die beliebten Klassiker von damals auf und genießen Sie den Flair zum Sammeln, Spielen und verschenken.FSO 125P Taxi. Modell des polnischen Automobilherstellers FSO, jetzt auch als Taxi. Dieses Modell wurde bis 1991 produziert.- 89-teilig- Scheinwerfer leuchten im Dunkeln- Maßstab 1:35- Interessante Details zum Original stehen auf der Verpackungsrückseite- Kompatibel mit anderen Konstruktionsbausteinen- Während des Spielens verblassen oder verformen sich die Steine nicht- Klar verständliche Anleitung mit Symbolen- Unternehmen mit Sitz in Polen- In Europa hergestelltMaße des Modells:Länge: 12,5 cmBreite: 5,5 cmHöhe: 4,5 cmMaterial: KunststoffAltersempfehlung: ab 5 JahreACHTUNG! Erstickungsgefahr! Kleinteile! Nicht geeignet für Kinder unter 3 Jahren!Inhalt: 1 COBI FSO 125P Taxi, 89 TeileHersteller-Artikelnummer: 24547
Mary (Natasha Richardson) and Colin (Rupert Everett) first fell in love on a romantic holiday in Venice, Italy. Now four years later, they have returned to rekindle their romance and determine where their relationship is headed. What they don't know is why an English-speaking Venetian (Christopher Walken Pulp Fiction) is following them, watching them, and taking pictures. Soon they learn they are involved in a bizarre tale of sex, voyeurism, deception and passion. Oscar® winner Helen Mirren plays Walken's wife in a film that will take you into the dark world of charming yet dangerous strangers. Written by the great Harold Pinter from a novel by Ian McEwan, the film was directed by Paul Schrader (Director of American Gigolo and Blue Collar, and writer of Taxi Driver). Special features: Archive interview with Paul Schrader Original theatrical trailer Other extras TBC Fully illustrated booklet with new writing on the film by film scholar Dr Deborah Allison and on Harold Pinter by Guardian theatre critic Michael Billington, plus full film credits