A modern day adaptation of the ancient Greek play Lysistrata by Aristophanes, set against the backdrop of gang violence in Chicago.
The film tells an episode of the life of a kindly hearted bootblack who becomes accidentally the tutor of an orphan but nevertheless spends all his time and effort for the sake of the boy.
This short documentary records the celebration and ritual surrounding a snowshoe competition in Sherbrooke in the late 1950s. The film marked the beginning of a new approach to reality in documentary and prefigures the trademark style of the NFB's newly formed French Unit. Today, Les raquetteurs is considered a precursor to the birth of direct cinema.
Harry (a corrupt sheriff) and his Chicano deputy hunt an Apache who is about to go to the authorities with the news Harry is smuggling marijuana. Harry makes love to Raquel (a prostitute) and Cherry (a nurse). The women also has an erotic encounter between themselves. Harry's boss gets it off with Raquel and Cherry, too. Uschi Digard romps around the desert naked
Star-crossed lovers Thérèse (Simone Signoret) and Laurent (Raf Vallone) think they've gotten away with murder after Thérèse's weakling husband "falls" from a speeding train. But when forced to contend with a blackmailer's demands and the mute accusations of Thérèse's mother-in-law (French stage and screen diva Sylvie, in a scene stealing performance), it's only a matter of time before the law, their passion or blind chance trips them up.
We have an intelligent and rich bachelor, Remo, an aspiring entrepreneur. He has complete world with no women in it. Thanks to his mischievous friend Siddarth that he meets Siddarth's chat friend, and soon falls in love with her.They soon marry and their world is full of happiness, until Sunny comes in the picture, as the lover of Sophie, from her past. Along with him comes the dilemma of choosing love of Sunny over comfort given by her spouse Remo. A diabolical plan is hatched between Sunny and Sophie to kill Remo by natural means, by just threatening him by fake bullets, so that he dies in an asthmatic attack, so that no suspicion is raised. And Remo is killed by Sunny, not by asthma, but by the gun. The bullets were real, indeed. Are there any other meanings behind the scenes more dark than this?
A paraguayan filmmaker decides to approach a woman with schizophrenia who lives in the streets of her neighborhood for more than 20 years and tries to understand her history.
Rachel has done everything she can to forget her exboyfriend but now he is back trying to win her back.
Raquel! was an April 26, 1970 CBS television special starring Raquel Welch, Tom Jones, Bob Hope and John Wayne executive produced, directed and choreographed by David Winters produced by Winters' company Winters-Rosen for CBS-TV, originally co-sponsored by Coca-Cola and Motorola. On the day of the premiere, the show received a 51% share on the National ARB Ratings and an impressive Overnight New York Nielsen Rating of 58% share.
The hotel manager has a close eye on the maid, and the guests ...
Raquela, a transsexual from the Philippines, dreams of escaping the streets of Cebu City for a fairy tale life in Paris.
A silent adaptation of the novel by French writer Émile Zola.
Film starring Shweta Bhardwaj, Gulshan Grover and Adi Irani
A classical Syrian/Lebanese movies featuring 70s famous actors: Ighraa, Liz Serkisian and Mahmoud Jabr
For four long years, Islamic State ruled its 'caliphate' from the city of Raqqa. Now freed from IS' brutal dictatorship, survivors emerge and return to a city utterly destroyed by war. Can Raqqa be rebuilt?
A drummer coaches a low-class dancer to stardom.
Musical Special designed to showcase the minimal talents of Raquel Welch. Highlights include: a scene featuring Welch and Mickey Rooney, portraying a cab driver with seemingly magical abilities; a scene featuring Welch in a subway station performing a medley and dance sequence; a scene wherein Welch attempts to sing “Money Makes the World Go Round”; Raquel performing a version of “We Are Family” in a martial arts training class; Rooney and Welch performing “Heaven on Earth”; Welch performing “Don’t Rain on My Parade” while escaping from a straitjacket; Welch performing “A Quiet Thing”; and Welch and Rooney performing “They Can’t Take That Away from Me.”
TMZ's favorite tell-it-like-it-is correspondent Raquel Harper sits down with celebrities getting down to the real truth behind today's hot topics, scandals and headlines straight from the horses (aka celebrity's) mouth.
In order to be together, lovers Therese and Laurent plot to kill Therese's husband, Camille, but find themselves haunted by their deeds and Madame Raquin's silent judgment.
Really Raquel was a prime-time variety show adapted from Raquel Welch's 1973 live night club show. The special showcased Welch's talents as a singer, dancer and comedienne, pitting her in a variety of skits with the Krofft Puppets, who were the only guest stars. Some Krofft sites list the title of the special as Raquel Welch in the World of Sid and Marty Krofft. The show aired on CBS on March 8, 1974.
Raquel busca su sitio was a Spanish television series produced by Tesauro S.A.. It consisted of 25 chapters of one hour each. It was broadcast by TVE between 2000 and 2001. TVE decided to extend the original planned run of 13 episodes to 25 due to favorable reviews from the press and from social workers, whose work serves as the theme of the show. It has been rebroadcast by Cosmopolitan TV, Canal Extremadura Televisión and Cubavisión.