One Man Band, also known as London and Swinging London is an unfinished short film made by Orson Welles between 1968 and 1971. The film started life as a part of a 90-minute TV special for CBS, entitled Orson’s Bag, consisting of Welles’ 40-minute condensation of The Merchant of Venice, and assorted sketches around Europe. This was abandoned in 1969 when CBS withdrew their funding over Welles’ long-running disputes with US authorities regarding his tax status, he continued to fashion the footage in his own style.
A Modern Affair is an independent feature directed by Vern Oakley. Starring Stanley Tucci and Lisa Eichhorn, the film’s plot reverses the conventions of romantic comedies: instead of man meet woman – fall in love, marry and have baby, in this film the woman gets pregnant, then meets the father, then falls in love.
A CIA rogue division war against the criminal underworld. The movie is a sequel to DaVinci’s War again by director Raymond Martino and starring Michael Nouri as China Smith and Joey Travolta as Frank Davinci. This was the first starring role for Anna Nicole Smith, coming shortly after being named Playboy Playmate of the Year.
An American writer in Paris starts writing erotic fiction. From encouragement from her friends, her lover, and her publisher she gets involved in modeling and progresses onward through many other forms of voyeuristic and participatory sexual adventures.
“The movie is a study of an aristocratic family in the Victorian England. William Adamson, a young scientist, is introduced into the aristocratic family Alabaster by reverend Alabaster who is also fascinated by insects. William marries the older daughter of the family and studies the amounts of insects in the garden of the villa. His – for the aristocrats – strange behaviours reveal at the same time their own failures and passions. Written by Volker Boehm”