A surgeon discovers that he can restore the beauty to his girlfriend's scarred face by murdering other women and extracting fluids from their pituitary gland. However, the effects only last for a short time, so he has to kill more and more women. It is ultimately a killing spree which ends with considerable death and disaster.
A young lawyer is elected mayor of the city and promises to rid it of the corruption it's famous for. The problem is that most of the corruption he's vowed to eliminate is caused by the crooked political machine that helped elect him.
David Walker Helms is California's first Republican senator in more than a decade... A rising star in his party... A powerful public figure... A sociopath with boundless ambition and a greed matched only by his own dark perversions. Sex. Murder. Power. Deceit. Hunger. Perversion. Corruption. The halls of power are very, very dark.
The film takes place in Vicenza in 1956. Anna (Guerin), a beautiful lawyer's wife, feels abandoned by her husband and grows closer to their maid, Angela (Michelsen). The maid convinces Anna to try increasingly daring erotic games.
A crime drama based on the life of a woman who lived for years with a man that was the head of a corruption network in the Portuguese football world.
The son of a rich Italian industrial finds out how tough is to leave the path the society has for him.
Hong Kong crime movie from 1975
Gritty independent action/thriller set in Manchester, UK starring Michael L. Knight.
Melba is the wife of a slain farmer-leader whose murder is attributed to an incumbent governor. She goes to the city to appeal the case and to seek out a new life after the tragedy. Working as a staff member at the office of City Councilor, she is introduced to the life inside politics. Eventually she will be deeply involved, as her decision to marry the budding politician lays a carefully planned agenda.
A group of government workers: their happy-go-lucky circumstance, failed responsibilities, and reckless work ethic. It delves into the world of a government agency where non-stop discussion of intrigues and personal frailties is the order of the day.
Wolfgang the Inquisitor found a heretic touched by an evil disease "The Scourge". This heretic named "The Priest" is none other than his mentor and friend. Wolfgang will have to choose between his feelings and his duty to protect humanity.
Borrowing its title from a treatise by Aristotle, the latest film by Makino Takashi is an abstract work that finds its drive in the clash between light and darkness. Entirely composed of superimposed images of Tokyo’s landscape and water sites, the film takes its rhythm from the cycles of repetition that are the pillars of life and civilisation. As light emerges from the chaos, Jim O’Rourke’s ambient drone sets the tone for what is to come.
Corruption of the Damned might seethe with violence and sex, the two most attractive things you can put on the screen, but beneath them a twisted outlook pervades.
The latest film from award-winning director Stephen K. Bannon: District of Corruption, traces the arc of government corruption and secrecy from the Clinton administration through the Bush years to the current corruption and transparency crises of the Obama administration.
Live Corruption is a live album by the English band Napalm Death released in 1992. It was recorded live at the Salisbury Arts Centre, England on 30 June 1990.
Former World Bank director Peter Eigen left the corporate world to create a global coalition of business, government and citizen groups dedicated to eradicating corruption. In this video, Eigen analyzes the impact of organizational corruption and offers insights to ethical, social, political and legal change. He encourages individual citizens to effect global social change by joining the movement to eliminate this source of injustice.
Lawyer Joe Morse wants to consolidate all the small-time numbers racket operators into one big powerful operation. But his elder brother Leo is one of these small-time operators who wants to stay that way, preferring not to deal with the gangsters who dominate the big-time.
A serial killer uses a scythe to slash his murder victims--or maybe it's *her* murder victims?
A love affair with collectivist ideologies has lead to ever bigger government and the welfare-warfare state. Lead by a Marxist splinter group called the "Frankfurt School" -- "the long march through the institutions" has infiltrated every corner of Western culture to corrupt traditional Christian values with "political correctness," another name for "cultural Marxism." The ultimate goal of cultural Marxism is to first destroy American free-enterprise capitalism by undermining its economic engine, the Middle Class and this will lead -- they hope -- to the destruction of the basic building block of society: the Family Unit.
Events of the film take place in both hemispheres. Presidents of countries, bosses of drug cartels, special agents and powerful secret service agencies from all around the world are the first hand participants of its events. The film begins with an account of a shocking yet quite ordinary skirmish - an average drug kin pin is beating one of his assistants with a golf club with a purpose of educating him, because the assistant's cell phone was quite unlawfully confiscated by an overly diligent secret service agent. The mutilated gangster understands the incommensurability of his guilt and the level of his fault, and becomes the first character who asks the question: What do we know about the world we live in?