Liza Minnelli stars as a girl whose face is scarred in a vicious battery acid attack by her boyfriend. Later in an institution, she meets an epileptic (Ken Howard), and a gay man who uses a wheelchair (Robert Moore). Disabled, but not down, they live together in an older, rented house and bond, determined to prove themselves and to help each other. Based on the book by Marjorie Kellogg.
Comedy, adventure and romance abound in the picture postcard paradise of Hawaii.The lush island paradise of Hawaii is the setting for this romantic/comic adventure of four free-spirited teens whose chance encounter at the airport leads to love and lunacy in the tropics.
Comedy directed by Tzipi Trope.
This riveting and provocative drama series explores issues of intimacy within the lives of three couples and the therapist they share.
In the middle of a bustling metropolis, how could it be that there is only one apple tree? No matter how much Hiroko jumps to try to pluck the apple, she cannot reach it. Fortunately, Kohji passes by and plucks the apple for her. Kohji is a rising young artist who because he lost his hearing at the age of 7, lives by only expressing himself through paintings. Furthermore, Hiroko is a young actress who practices acting with a drama troupe while holding a part-time job. The two meet again and again in the park until one day, she learns that Kohji is deaf. Through their initial attraction, Hiroko begins to learn Japanese sign language in order to communicate with Kohji and as their relationship develops, several obstacles arise as well.
This delicate love story transcends the spoken word as it depicts the lives of an aspiring young actress and a painter who lost his sense of hearing during childhood. As their relationship develops, the audience learns the true power of sign language and experiences the couple’s growth first-hand through the progression of their visual communication.