Set during a recent European revolution, when the students have just begun to rise, the film focuses on the unusual relationship between Dr. Pavenic and his housekeeper, Ana. In the midst of a night alive with the rattle of gunfire and burning buildings, the doctor tells the story of his obsession for his enigmatic housekeeper, to a dinner table of his guests. His shocking honesty eventually prompts each guest in turn, to disclose some inner corner of his own life.
This is quite rare case for ambient/experimental genre - as stated in the sleeve notes, no samplers or electronic instruments were used in the creation of this record. It's really hard to tell that its true, since there are all sorts of complex effects and layered sounds which might take a lot of time to create without modern equipment. The record starts with the tribal beat and sounds quite dreamy overall. There are, however, moments when listener is taken on a journey a-la Zoviet-France - scary, unpredictable and downright frightening choirs and sounds abound.
1995's "Past Present Future" is an 11-song compilation from Swedish metal band Morgana Lefay. This band, along with Tad Morose, was key in developing the Swedish power metal sound in the ‘90s, and is one of the few bands that actually sounds like classic Savatage.
The third season of the American science fiction television series The X-Files commenced airing on Fox in the United States on September 22, 1995, concluded on the same channel on May 17, 1996, and contained 24 episodes. The season continues to follow the cases of FBI special agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, portrayed by David Duchovny and Gillian Anderson respectively, who investigate paranormal or supernatural cases, known as X-Files by the FBI.
The season features the conclusion of several plot-lines introduced in season two, while also introducing several new plot elements. Major plot arcs include an elaborate conspiracy being discovered when a fake alien autopsy video is acquired by Mulder, Scully's search for the killer of her sister, and the mystery surrounding X (Steven Williams). Pivotal characters such as the First Elder (Don S. Williams) and the alien virus black oil were first introduced in this season. In addition, the season features a wide variety of "Monster-of-the-Week" episodes, which feature stand-alone stories not of influence to the wider mythology of the series.