The insistently brash Kazuo Hara's first film Goodbye CP (sometimes called Sayonara CP) is a relentlessly honest documentary that's more than a little difficult to watch. For 82 minutes, without outside narration or comment, Kazuo's camera studies Yokota Hiroshi, a Japanese cerebral palsy victim.
Chethimattathil Philip (CP) - brought up by two unmarried sisters - runs a well-known educational institution. The family's arch-enemy Kariachan has been blackmailing the sisters for years by threatening to reveal an old secret. He has also grabbed a lot of their properties and his final target is CP's college. Will CP lose his property and learn the truth about his parentage?
An insensitive casting agent gets a taste of his own medicine when an actress reaches her breaking point and reclaims her power, taking both of their fates into her own hands.
With influences from the Ramones, the Misfits, Buzzcocks, Pennywise, Green Day, and other old school punk and hardcore legends, CPM 22 recorded their first demo tape in 1998. Their popularity in the Brazilian underground scene led CPM 22 to record the independent album A Alguns Quilômetros de Lugar Algum (A Few Kilometers From Nowhere). Two years later they were included in the Brazilian MTV video-music award in the demo clip category with "Anteontem" (The Day Before Yesterday).
George Biddle, CPA is a swashbuckling accountant challenged by Ronald Black, his old high school math nemesis, now a rogue IRS Agent. Their last childhood face-off ended in controversy... and now Black wants a rematch. He's leading our hero down a paper-trail of challenges (loosely based on the Twelve Labors of Hercules) that culminate in a renewed face-off at the Biddle Family Chicken Farm and Feather Pillow Factory.