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1. Plantation Boy

  • Genres: Drama
  • Popularity: 1.064436
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Plantation Boy

In colonial Brazil, boy is sent to live with some parents in a sugarcane plantation, after losing his mother. His adaptation will be difficult and painful.


2. A Plantation Act

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A Plantation Act

Al Jolson's first picture, he sings three of his hits.


3. The Devil's Plantation

  • Genres: Documentary, History
  • Popularity: 1.054009
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The Devil's Plantation

In the 1980s archaeologist Harry Bell came to believe that Glasgow - a city built and re-built on over centuries - was laid out to a hidden design. For years he investigated the lost corners and invisible history of the landscape, plotting his 'Secret Geometry'. Unknown to Harry, psychiatric patient Mary Ross also wandered the city, visiting many of the same significant places. Her medical case file reveals a poignant quest to understand her troubled past and present. The Devil's Plantation unites the lives of these two strangers, retracing their steps to reveal an ancient secret and a timeless story of how we all live.


4. The Old Plantation

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  • Popularity: 1.051128
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The Old Plantation

'Black beauty' must win a race against other toys in order to save the Old Plantation, a doll house.


5. Plantation Memories: Part II

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Plantation Memories: Part II

An exploration of everyday racism reveals how much this places the black subject in a colonial setting where they once again are reduced to the subordinate, exotic 'Other'. Racism allows the past to suddenly line up with the present, and the present is experienced as if one were being catapulted back into that painful past.


6. Plantation Memories: Part I

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Plantation Memories: Part I

An exploration of everyday racism reveals how much this places the black subject in a colonial setting where they once again are reduced to the subordinate, exotic 'Other'. Racism allows the past to suddenly line up with the present, and the present is experienced as if one were being catapulted back into that painful past.


7. The Island of the Bloody Plantation

  • Genres: Thriller, Crime, Adventure
  • Popularity: 1.899951
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8. Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Pack Up the Plantation - Live!

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Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: Pack Up the Plantation - Live!

Pack Up the Plantation: Live! is the first live album by Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, released in November 1985. It was primarily recorded at the Wiltern Theatre during their 1985 tour but also includes several tracks from previous tours. It was released as a double LP or single cassette and compact disc. A concert film of the Wiltern Theatre performance, also titled Pack Up the Plantation: Live! was released on home video in 1986. It included songs that did not make the album, such as originals "Don't Do Me Like That" and "Don't Come Around Here No More", as well as covers such as "Little Bit O' Soul" and "Route 66".


9. Black Emmanuelle, White Emmanuelle

  • Genres: Drama
  • Popularity: 2.107173
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Black Emmanuelle, White Emmanuelle

In the desert paradise of pleasure and pain, a glamourous fashion model and a free-spirited beauty surrender themselves to complete sexual ecstasy. But will an unhinged holy man now lead these new lovers - as well as their friends and even family members - into the most shockingly immoral acts imaginable?


10. Emmanuelle bianca e nera

  • Genres: Drama
  • Popularity: 1.470259
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Emmanuelle bianca e nera

In the pre-civil war American south, Emanuelle, a plantation owner's daughter, while outwardly a dainty southern belle, brutally abuses the slaves in her charge. When her fiance is bitten by a snake, he falls for Emanuelle's beautiful African-American maid who's kindness and skill saved his life. Insanely jealous, Emanuelle continues her sadistic behaviour towards her charges, and when her fiance announces he plans to wed the maid, Emanuelle "gives" her to her even more brutal hired men, and her fiance is powerless to stop them. Can Emanuelle learn an important lesson in love before it's too late for everyone?


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