Feature Film, Released between 1985-01-01 and 1985-12-31 (Sorted by Runtime Ascending)
4. A Trilogy (1985)
45 min | Drama
Composed of fragments. Images are layered on each other provoking ideas of separation. Constructed around absences it ends with a series of questions about life and our perception of the way film constructs narratives.
8. Incidents in an Expanding Universe (1985)
45 min | Sci-Fi
2037. Rugged soldier Max and weary sculptress Nicky try to sustain a relationship in a bleak totalitarian future plagued by war, nuclear fall-out, and overpopulation. Flashbacks show Max ... See full summary »
14. The Season (1985)
45 min | Drama
A cynical young man and a romantic rival pursue the same young woman. As Christmas approaches, problems reach a breaking point, and the cynical man meets a tragic end.
33. 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea (1985)
50 min | Animation, Action, Adventure
In 1866, a sea monster is hunting the depths of the oceans and rising only to attack and destroy military ships. Experts around the world are trying to discover the identity of the monster and destroy it before even more lives are lost.
36. Stepmother (1985)
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37. Johannes' hemmelighed (1985)
Johannes is upset because his parents have divorced and because his father never phones him. Before going to bed he wants his mother to read something from the Bible for him, instead of one... See full summary »
39. Le vieillard et l'enfant (1985)
-A young girl and an aged man together make a day trip from St. Boniface, Manitoba to Lake Winnipeg (in Canada) by steam train. Along the way, they each meditate on the passage of generations.
Director: John Baily
45. Get Out of My Room (1985)
Not Rated | 53 min | Comedy, Music
In "Cheech and Chong's Get Out Of My Room", the stoners hit the streets of L.A. in a mockumentary about - themselves. Featuring their classic song/video "Born In East L.A.", co-starring Beverly D'Angelo, Jan-Michael Vincent.
53 min | Family
The history of literature in Acadie is recounted by a Hérménégilde Chiasson in a meeting with his daughter who wishes to become a writer herself.