On his latest private investigation, a shamed former cop connects a murder case to a government conspiracy involving rogue agents from a top spy agency.
Max is a handsome young man who, after a fateful tryst with a German soldier, is forced to run for his life. Eventually Max is placed in a concentration camp where he pretends to be Jewish because in the eyes of the Nazis, gays are the lowest form of human being. But it takes a relationship with an openly gay prisoner to teach Max that without the love of another, life is not worth living.
Sometimes what happens at Spring Break doesn't stay at Spring Break... it follows you home.
Growing up in a religious cult, Jackie and Amelia, now in their late thirties, meet up once a year at Amelia's mother's grave to reconnect and talk about life. 'Are we broken?' they ask themselves, only to decide after a topless escapade through their old sect, that they are only bent. Bent is a short film about those life long friendships that thankfully keep us feeling normal.
A full-blown re-election piece for President Franklin Delano Roosevelt at the expense of Republican presidential candidate Thomas Dewey. Roosevelt is depicted as a streamlined diesel express train in a race against Dewey, a worn-out steam train. The public is admonished to "get behind the president and stay the course to victory."
When Clay Santell stops in the town of Sutterville after having his horse stolen, he is mistaken by townspeople for a murderer named Travers. The townspeople capture Santell, and turn him over to lawman Harry Deckett. Deckett, who is tired of chasing the real Travers, decides to kill Santell and pass him off as Travers. Santell escapes from Deckett, taking lovely Janet Gifford hostage in the process. Janet comes to believe Santell's story, and helps him in his struggle to prove his real identity.
A 1918 American Western film directed by John Ford and featuring Harry Carey.
One-point perspective visual path across the US beginning inside a linear accelerator or atom-smashing device and traveling to such high-energy locations as the home of an ancient sun calendar in Chaco Canyon, New Mexico; the site of Ohio Valley Mound cultures; the Golden Gate and Brooklyn Bridges; and beyond. Scientists have noted that light rays curve at the outer edges of the universe, leading them to theorize that time also bends. Inspired by this idea, Hammer used an extreme wide angle lens and "one frame of film per foot of physical space" to simulate the concept of bent time.
This gripping examination of the empty moral values and mindless violence of three bored preteens is depicted without judgment and without sensationalism. The leader is Marty, a hyperactive boy with a natural talent for violence and destruction. One day he is bored and decides to rob a local house beside the railroad tracks. He enlists the aid of two friends and they end up holding a woman and her wheel-chair bound husband hostage while they callously destroy their home.
Michael is a writer for Brimstone Magazine. A promotional opportunity comes up and Michael sees this as a way to prove himself as a top writer, and also pay his rent. After discovering that the elderly secretary of the magazine likes to summon a demon for company, Michael bases his article on that.
Short film by Jinny Yu, shot on 16mm colour film and transferred to HD. Sound by Jung Hun Yoo.
Ten-year-old Nojoom was forced to marry a 30-year-old man. The dowry offered the family a small income and 'one less mouth to feed'. Nojoom discovers that her life will take a turn for the worse. Her husband is indifferent to her age. Every day after she is wedded, the child works under harsh conditions and every night, the child-bride is raped by a man 20 years older than her. A legitimate and acceptable arrangement for all, except for Nojoom.
Neal, going through a middle-life crisis asks his best friend and brother-in-law, Rob, to do something that has hilarious and devastating effects.
As a result of arresting a nightclub singer, Millie Garland, for speeding, Tim Daley, of the California Highway Patrol, incurs the enmity of the gangster, "Trigger" Talano, who frames him and brings about his disgrace; but Tim organizes a band ox ex-criminals and turns the table on the racketeer with a vengeance.
Danny, a gay punk, makes friends with a young bullied boy Stephen but their friendship has consequences.
A theatre monologue in which a son visits his mother who suffers from Alzheimer's. While the son is talking to his mother's empty bed, the actor dresses up like her and has a conversation with the son. This play was remade as a regular feature film as Hersenschimmen (“ Mindshadows”), in 1988.
A romance full of emotions, adventure and humor, the love of a lifetime is what the film is about. But between this boy and girl the story is not that simple. Although their bond is unbreakable they keep separating over the years. It's not circumstantial forces or even external pressures, but the very individuality of each is what keeps getting in the way in spite of all the love that's cherished within. In tracking their early zigzagged path the film delves into the complex and intricate web of inner conflicts that arise between young men and women of this age and ultimately innovatively poses the eternal question: Can Adam and Eve live happily ever after ?
During America’s liquor ban, small-time gangsters Vinnie and Paulie set their minds on smuggling booze. However their brew seems to have a very bizarre effect on people drinking it.
A coming-of-age story of a boy's journey to adulthood surrounded by Glam Rock and an unsupportive father.
Bent is an American romantic comedy television series that ran on NBC from March 21 to April 4, 2012. The series was created by Tad Quill and stars Amanda Peet as a recently divorced lawyer and David Walton as the irresponsible general contractor hired to remodel her kitchen. Supporting roles are played by Jeffrey Tambor, Margo Harshman, and Joey King. On May 11, 2012, NBC cancelled the sitcom.
After wrecking his car in a deserted road in the middle of the forest and being found with the blood and mobile phone of his niece, successful criminal lawyer Daniel Elias can no longer remember who he is but must find a way to prove his innocence, even though he does not know whether he is guilty or not.
The members of the band Bullet Train travel the rails of beautiful Taiwan, eating their way through the country's delicious train station meals.
And So to Bentley was a British BBC comedy television series, aired in 1954. The script was written by Denis Norden. 6 episodes were produced, starring Dick Bentley, Peter Sellers, Rosemary Miller, Charlotte Mitchel and Herbert Mostyn. The series was regarded as a flop.
In 2010, a musician, Watanabe Toshimi (played by Bessho Tetsuya) was planning to go back to his hometown in Fukushima to do farming. His son Toui (played by Mochizuki Ayumu) was going to re-take high school entrance exam which he had failed the previous year. Both looked forward to starting new chapters in their lives. In 2011, Toshimi had to cancel his plan because of the Great East Japanese Earthquake. His hometown was within 20 km of the Fukushima No. 1 Nuclear Power Plant. To cheer up his father, Toui who passed a high school entrance exam promised him to go to school every day. Toshimi promised Toui to make him Bento (boxed lunch) every day. For the next three years, the father and son kept their promises. Toshimi's Bento cooking advanced a great deal. On his last day of high school, Toui took his father's 461st Bento to his school and ate it with his classmates.
Topo Gigio (トッポ・ジージョ) is a Japanese anime television series featuring the Italian character Topo Gigio. The Anime talks about the bizarre adventure of Topo Gigio Kujo, in the alternative universe of Steel Gigio Run, the most important friend of Gigio Kujo is Jujuseppe Brusciano Zappeli. Gigio (or Jitaro Kujo in the Japanese original version) has the stand Star Topium, a special power of the mouse, he can stop the time and he can do a rapid series of punches.
Michael Bentine's Potty Time was a long-running British children's show, starring Michael Bentine, and directed and produced by Leon Thau for Thames Television on ITV. It ran from 1973 to 1980. The episodes consisted largely of distinctive, bearded puppets, comically re-enacting famous historical situations. The Potties' faces were always obscured by facial hair, with only their noses protruding. They were operated from beneath and had two distinct sizes - approximately two feet and one foot tall. All of the Potty characters were designed by Bentine, who also provided all of their voices. Their operators were from The Barry Smith Theatre of Puppets. In 2001, it was voted into 71st place in Channel 4's 100 Greatest Kids' TV shows poll. Several Region 2 DVDs of the series have been released by Network DVD.