An injured dog finds it's way into the hearts of a family after escaping an underground dog-fighting ring.
A recovering alcoholic college professor trying to put his life back together meets a seductive new student. She offers him a sensual escape from reality until he realizes she may be insane.
Rosemarie is a hard-working young woman living in a small English town in the 1950's. She left Austria with her father during the war to escape the Nazi oppression and since then, despite poverty and loneliness, she has always kept the faith that better days would arise. When she meets Anton, one of her father's friends, she immediately falls in love and starts believing in a fortunate destiny with him. Against all impediments, their secret love affair may help Rosemarie to find out where she really belongs.
A matriarch of a dysfunctional family is pushed to her tipping point by the disappearance of her son.
When a girls friend is killed by a college hazing, she is the only one who can find out the truth.
A small moment in the daunting life of a teenager. A film rooted in skateboarding in the battle against bullying. Music composed by Vyron Turner aka 'Left Brain', a member of ODD FUTURE, the widely known hip-hop collective from Los Angeles, CA. Gritty, organic and true to it's urban setting. If you've ever been alone, moved to another city, felt like you didn't belong or fit in, been picked on, felt weak, or sensitive, or shy, even for a minute, you'll find something in this story to relate too.
I Don’t Belong Anywhere - Le Cinéma de Chantal Akerman, explores some of the Belgian filmmaker’s 40 plus films. From Brussels to Tel-Aviv, from Paris to New-York, this documentary charts the sites of her peregrinations. An experimental filmmaker, a nomad, Chantal Akerman shares her cinematic trajectory, one that has never ceased to interrogate the the meaning of her existence. Thanks in great part to the interventions of her editor, Claire Atherton, she delineates the origins of her film language and her aesthetic stance.
In the small Central California town where they grew up, two estranged gay brothers struggle to reconnect after the recent death of their father.
The movie is a biopic about Mia Martini, an italian singer who died in 1995.
Based on a novel by May Higgins Clark. A radio psychologist who solves the murders of wealthy women finds her latest case is much deeper than she imagined-and it may cost her life!
A nurse gets into a dispute at work because she switches to speaking English when she gets nervous. A translator compromises her integrity when persuaded to translate a book she doesn't believe in. An elderly woman and her daughter are humiliated when offered a present of one million kroner from a relative. A warm and nuanced film about people who all mean well, but end up hurting one another.
Izumi (Kento Hayashi) was abandoned by his parents. He now commits burglary, targeting women and the elderly. He is chased by the cops. While on the run, in the mountains of Miyazaki Prefecture, he helps an injured elderly woman, Suma (Etsuko Ichihara). Izumi then stays at Suma's home. At first, Izumi keeps an eye for money that he can steal. The people though in the village think Izumi is Suma's grandson and take care of him. A change takes place in Izumi.
Kuhle Wampe takes place in early-1930s Berlin. The film begins with a montage of newspaper headlines describing steadily-rising unemployment figures. This is followed by scenes of a young man looking for work in the city and the family discussing the unpaid back rent. The young man, brother of the protagonist Anni, removes his wristwatch and throws himself from a window out of despair. Shortly thereafter his family is evicted from their apartment. Now homeless, the family moves into a garden colony of sorts with the name “Kuhle Wampe.”
When vaudeville performer Florette Faxon is left penniless with her six-year-old son Jimmy, she relies on the friendship of fellow performer Bud Hannigan to help her get a job. Bud is reluctant to become her partner, as he has proven to himself to be unreliable in relationships, but he tells her to call him whenever she needs help. While working in a beer garden, Florette meets Hap Stanley, an avaricious performer who marries her to get the rights to perform her show routine. Hap dislikes Jimmy and eventually convinces Florette to send him away to school. Both Jimmy and Florette are broken-up over being apart, but Jimmy pretends it is what he wants so Florette can be happy with Hap.
It’s the last week in her hometown of Chantaburi for ‘Sue’, before she goes aboard to study on a scholarship; which she accepted without telling her father, and over which they argued so badly that they haven’t talked since. For Sue, who has never been aboard before, packing her luggage is a major thing. With the help of her friend ‘Belle’, Sue makes a list of things she has to do before leaving. They find that there are many things to be done. Here are some of the things on Sue’s checklist.
A visual and musical rocket ride through the queer music underground telling the story of two girl electro hip hop act Scream Club and their network of friends.
This film explores the visual beauty of the Boreal forest landscape, but also delves into Ray Mears’ reflections on nature and his mastered skillset in bushcraft. Follow Ray Mears - a renowned traveller and British TV Personality - as he journey's into the heart of Wabakimi Provincial Park in Northern Ontario, Canada.
A playboy marries a woman doctor then grows jealous of her male patients.
After a messy divorce, Alex Wilson (Shannon Elizabeth) isn't interested in the advances of her colleague, Michael (Christian Campbell). But when Michael's interest takes a morbid turn and someone ends up dead, Alex becomes trapped in a supernatural struggle to save her son from a scorned (and deceased) suitor.
For Alyssia and Ilaria, every farewell is also a reunion. Just a while ago they were at the Italian Mediterranean coast, now here they are standing at a parking lot in front of an Esso gas station, waiting for their father’s car to appear around the corner. Affectionately, they bid their mother good-bye for now. The two sisters’ parents are separated. Just like Carleton, Sherazade and Thomas, the two girls have found their own way of dealing with the situation.
Belonging is an English-language Welsh television drama series, produced by BBC Wales and broadcast on BBC One Wales. The programme revolved around the lives of the Lewis family, and their various trials and tribulations in the changing environment of their South Wales town Bryncoed and modern Wales. The programme began in 1999, and its ninth and final series started in April 2008 and ended in June. A one-off ten-year anniversary special was broadcast on 16 April 2009, centring around a reunion of the Lewis family.
"Athit and Darunee" is representative of the new inherited burden from "Grandma Daeng" your grandmother. The women use both strength and tender Sowing crops grow beautiful tree species and can grow embrace all life on Earth, but until that date. Barriers and problems that occur between the many our real life: everyone with all the fun. happy sweet discouraged and sometimes with tears, but finally, with success, Them surely is the best reward people with intention.