A peek into one of the frequent breakups of Toni and Miles, a young African-American couple embroiled in a turbulent, love-hate relationship.
The Self-Employed Women's Association (SEWA) is a unique sort of trade union, first created in the state of Gujarat. Currently it has 217,000 members thoughout the sub-continent.
Three girls get together and trap their two-timing Hollywood wannabe boyfriend in a hilarious, diabolical and humiliating scheme.
Charlie goes back to visit his old retired school teacher, Miss Ward. He seeks revenge on the controlling woman for all the bad things she had done to him.This is one class you don't want to miss!
Jessica Drisewr, a young married woman with a six-year-old daughter, comes into contact with the dark side of life-an escaped killer. The killer, en route to freedom, kills a taxi cab driver and it's passenger-later to be known as Mr. Paul Driser. A driver's license and a family photo are the dreadful links that bring together evil and innocence. The suspense is off and running, and so is the killer.
Three roommates receive a mysterious item in the mail. Driven by curiosity, they embark on a journey that will alter their lives forever.
IN THE BAG the story of an unassuming small town man named Eugene (Sean Bishop, Close Encounters of The Third Kind) moves to the big city in search of work. Unfortunately for Eugene, he is handed the job of playing a modern day savior. What follows is an exhausting attempt to save the lives of unsuspecting victims before time runs out!
William Goldman's short story comes to life...
Willy, the twelve year old son of his hometown's only barber, learns a life's lesson by a seemingly cantankerous old man hired to work in the family barber shop. Bimbaum, as he's called, has raised haircutting to an art form. But such a threat he becomes to the mediocrity that Willy's father represents, Bimbaum is given an ultimatim; be a hack, or take his hour and a half long haircuts on the road. In a climactic haircut scene where Willy begs for a crew cut, Bimbaum stays strong to his convictions and pays the price for it.
Charming film about a Korean American woman who gets fed up with L.A. and decides to go to Berlin to see if she could live there. She discovers the city through its ultimate snack food -- Currywurst!
An inside look at the Los Angeles porn convention at the Erotica-LA 2001. Two guys give side by side commentary on the wild side of the sex business.
On October 27, 2001 five people made a cross country journey from Los Angeles to New York City and back to document how people's lives had been affected by the worst terrorist attack in our country's history. "911 in America" features frank and candid conversations with people who live in America, vacation in America, and love America. What they reveal about their true feelings on faith, politics, and the threat of terrorism, is not only frightening, but also surprisingly uplifting. Including exclusive footage of Ground Zero and interviews with NYC fireman Denis Patti.
Love and Basketball's Omar Epps' film debut as an orphan living under the boardwalk on Coney Island. He meets up with a dying drug dealer, and their chance encounter will change them both forever.
Director Takashi Shimizu discusses why he chose Sarah Michelle Gellar to play the lead.
A re-envisioning of the Japanese thriller that took the island by storm, directed by the man who helmed the original. Sarah Michelle Gellar plays an American nurse on a mission of mercy in Tokyo who finds herself afflicted with a mystery virus that sends it's victims into a murderous rage before killing and moving on to another host.
An Oscar-nominated short about an elderly Brazilian man's nostalgic look back at playing soccer as a kid in 1959 with a young Pele.
In this touching, Oscar-nominated short, an elderly man takes a nostalgic look back at the days of playing soccer in the streets of a small Brazilian town with his friends. Watch as an unforgettable match unveils one of the children who would later become a world legend in the sport of soccer: Pelé.Distributed by Talantis FilmsAwards "Uma Histsria de Futebol" , "A Soccer Story"Festival de Brasmlia 1998Festival de Vitsria 1998Mostra de Tirandentes 1998Festival do Ceara 1999Festival de Gramado 1999Festival de Curtas de Sco PauloShorts International New York 1999Chicago Children's Film Festival 1999Festival de Bombay, Mndia 1999Festival de Cinema Independente de Ourense (Espanha) 1999Festival BAM Kids, Brooklyn , New York 1999Grande Prjmio Cinema Brasil 2000Festivalzinho de Vitsria 2000
A hilarious take on the Academy Award-winning Leaving Las Vegas that substitutes overeating for alcoholism. Fatty fried chicken replaces Chivas, burgers triumph over beer in this sidesplitting spoof that follows the gluttonous Bruce and his unlikely match, Sheila, a bulimic prostitute. Get ready for amusing cameos from Dean Cain, Andy Dick and Ray Barry, as well as from actor Xander Berkeley, who reprises his cabdriver role from the original film.Although this was the first film collaboration for writer-director Art Brown and producer Terry Gatens, the two have been best friends since 1987 when they met in London while on a semester-abroad program. Both filmmakers got their start as actors but have since moved behind the scenes. They've penned several films individually, including Brown's Disorderly Conduct and Gaten's upcoming Faded Glory, before deciding to team up to spoof Leaving Las Vegas. "That movie - as good as it was - cried out to be made fun of," says Brown. "It was such an easy fit... to switch booze for food."
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