Despite objections from their families, a Jewish New Yorker TV host falls for a sensual dancer only to learn that she's a Muslim refugee.
Sparks fly when a Jew and a Muslim fall in love in New York. David, a TV host of "Sex & Happiness", becomes smitten with the voluptuous Layla - a mysterious, sensual dancer. Layla turns out to be a Muslim refugee. Teased by specious tips from his ironic French cameraman, David madly pursues Layla. This sets off a veiling and unveiling of the similarities - and contrasts - of their ancient cultures. David's lust grows into love as he discovers in stunning Layla, a sensitive, intelligent, war survivor with an ancient rich culture that echoes his own culture. But their families are dead set against this unlikely romance. Faced with deportation, Layla must choose: Muslim American Dr. Ahmad or Jewish American David? Will David and Layla follow their hearts to blast through centuries of religious animosity?
In this funny and romantic comedy, David, a Jewish New Yorker who hosts local TV hit "Sex and Happiness," falls for sensual Muslim dancer Layla, only to learn that she's a Muslim refugee.
A woman moves into a neighborhood where a group of husbands have transformed their wives into robots designed to cater to them. Remake of the 1975 feature.
A woman moves from New York to the town of Stepford, a town where the women are too perfect and pliant to be real.
Soon after moving to the town of Stepford, Joanna Eberhart, a once-successful television executive, discovers that her husband, Walter, and the boys club of the town are transforming the wives into submissive "robots."
In the aftermath of a deadly plane crash, a police sergeant (Harrison Ford) attempts to unravel therelationship between his deceased wife and her travel companion, husband of a Republican Congresswoman (Kristen Scott Thomas).