A widow's grief for her husband provides the focus in this tender Indian drama. Ramayyar was the joy of Ananpoorna's life. His recent death literally drained all color from Ananpoorna's life. The movie is a combination of her memories and her present situation. Before her husband died, the two owned a small cafe in Kerala, their home village. The remote little town is connected to the world by passing trains en route to the city of Trivandrum. When the funeral is finished, Ananpoorna finds herself destitute and unable to support her teenage son and daughter. To pay her debts, her cafe is sold and razed. Afterwards she moves in with her brother-in-law. Her son, Kannan, must decide whether to join the military, at the advice of the stationmaster, or join his friend who journeys to the Middle-East.
Amaro tells the story of a teenage saxophonist who lives in the capital and earns a living as a goldsmith. One day he meets Catherine, a woman unhappily married to a diplomat who soon falls for the musician.
A trip nearest to the boundaries of life and death: back and forth.
Lally is a rich girl whose father writes books and plays polo. After 23 years of marriage her father decides to divorce Lally's mother and remarry to soon-to-be-divorced Beth Cheever. This sours Lally on all men. While on vacation with her mother she meets Jack, who succeeds in stealing her heart. Then Lally discovers that Jack is the son of Beth Cheever, the woman who is to marry her father.
The widower Choi is impotent. He adopts the infants Mun and Su-ryun and raises them. Mun graduates from college in Seoul but he can’t adjust to Seoul life so he returns to Choi’s home. Mun learns that Su-ryun is not his sister in blood and he falls in love with her.
A popular surgeon with a bright future and women falling at his feet, Ji Hoon is at the top of the world. Although married, he fantasizes of a woman with a butterfly tattooed on her pelvis - a vision from his reccurring dreams. During a business trip, he meets an attractive woman named Hae Young, who coldly refuses his advances. Not accustomed to such rejection, Ji Hoon smiles as he heads back home. A few days later, he receives an unexpected call from Hae Young, and begins a risky affair. But soon afterwards, his wife receives a mysterious package containing incriminating photos of her husband…
An English community gets testy when a refugee family is granted a plot of land on which to grow vegetables.
Unused footage from Gus Van Sant's 1991 film My Own Private Idaho is re-contextualized in James Franco's tribute to River Phoenix.
Two soulmates find eachother only to be torn apart by tragedy. However, not even death can keep them apart...but can destiny?
Dramatization of the life of Italian actress Sophia Loren who plays herself during adulthood and also that of her mother Romilda Villani.
Set against the backdrop of the political violence that rocked India, and West Bengal in particular, in the late 1960s, it tells the story of an aged widow in a village who goes to Calcutta to stay with relatives, but faces only exploitation. She moves to a slum, and finds her "own people" in a group of educated, unemployed youth, who are caught up inexorably in the prevalent violence.
A struggling minor league baseball player retires and woefully returns to his small hometown, carefully dodging old wounds until confronted with the one that hurts the most - the girl that got away.
The story follows three different girls with unique personalities in a span of 10 years (2003-2013), as they grow and work toward their dreams. Zhang Jingyi is an intelligent tomboy and her motto in life is for everyone to be happy; Chen Yinuo is a rich, temperamental girl from a wealthy family; and Liang Xiaoyi is a girl desperate to reach her dreams.
Bill Sackter struggles to cope after his best friend and guardian, Barry Morrow and his wife Beverly move away. Bill moves into a group home run by Mae Driscoll who teaches him how to read. Bill soon discovers his religious heritage, overcoming the fire that accidentally destroyed his small canteen business, and then travels to California to search for the Morrows.
Walter and Vivian live in the country and have a difficult time keeping servants. Walter hires an private detective who has been fired for arresting the District Attorney. They only way that Walter can get Jerry to work for him is to tell Jerry that his life is in danger; the neighbor is trying to take his wife; and that Nazi spies are everywhere. Jerry needs a cook for his 'cover' so he gets his fiancée Susan to work with him. To keep Jerry working, Walter sends the threatening letters to himself and hires actors to play the spies. It soon becomes apparent that Susan cannot cook and Jerry could not find a spy if he tripped over him.
A collection of old interviews with Bruce Lee show us his beliefs, thoughts on fighting and what martial arts means to him.
A worker nicknamed Turing finds himself in a quandary when the printing press where he is hired as a casual is hit by a strike. As his wife badly needs medication after getting pregnant, he is forced to sign a waiver inhibiting him from joining any mass action in exchange for a wage advance from his employer. Left with no choice, he turns scab and is ostracized by his friends and colleagues. At the hospital where the wife undergoes treatment, she would not be released until all the bills have been fully paid. The situation further heads for the worse when the firm is finally shut down. Turing opts for a desperate move.
Just as Simone works up the courage to tell her conservative Jewish family she's a lesbian, she finds herself attracted to a male Senegalese chef.
Final chapter of a trilogy documenting the present and past lives of "comfort women".
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Follows intrepid Wallace—famous for starting the Random Acts of Kindness collective—on his unlikely odyssey to start his own country.
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