UNCERTAINTY thrusts Bobby Thompson (Joseph Gordon-Levitt) and Kate Montero (Lynn Collins) into two alternate realities on the same steamy summer day in New York City.
UNCERTAINTY, from directors Scott McGehee and David Siegel (THE DEEP END), thrusts Bobby Thompson and Kate Montero (Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Lynn Collins) into two alternate realities on the same steamy summer day in New York City. With the flip of a coin, the couple are sent in opposite directions - a delicate drama set in Brooklyn examines familial love, self-discovery, loss and the ordinary choices we make everyday, while Manhattan offers a vastly different tale of intrigue, suspense and murder on the streets of Chinatown.
Saving Face -- Matt Kern went from being an 'A' student to flunking out. While repeating the eighth grade, he was the MVP sports hero during the week and partier and car thief on the weekend. One night in March, 1988, his double life caught up with him. He and two friends decided to steal a car but in a moment's haste, one of the friends shot and killed the driver. All three received varying sentences; Matt got 60 years.
At Florida's DeSoto Correctional Institute, Matt was the youngest inmate among 1,100 men. The dominant inmates in prison victimized most young males, but Matt refused to become a victim. He earned the respect of the other inmates through violence and threats. They nicknamed him 'Face.' Unbeknownst to his parents, Matt not only survived but thrived in prison. He made and sold wine and loansharked, among other things. With his profits he bank-rolled a gambling operation. At one point he was sending money home to his brother. His prison schemes continued until his sixth year of incarceration when striking another inmate with a pipe landed him in 13 months of Solitary Confinement. For the first time in his life, he experienced guilt. It was the beginning of a spiritual awakening and the providential way in which Matt received clemency.
This compelling story reveals the details of how choices can ruin a life, what life is really like in prison, and how God still works in miraculous ways.
Saving Face -- Matt Kern was an A student in seventh grade but a year later was stealing cars on the weekends. He eventually landed in prison where, unbeknownst to his parents, he thrived by managing his own business and gambling operation. This riveting story reveals the details of his crime and time spent in prison, and the providential way in which he got clemency.
Alfie -- A cockney womanizer learns the hard way about the dangers of his actions.
Happy Accidents -- Open-ended Trailer from IFC
Happy Accidents -- A man suffering from unbearable guilt, starts to spend time with his friend Janie, who just found out she is pregnant. They both begin to teach each other some important lessons about life and pain.
Saving Face -- Saving Face
Happy Accidents -- A young woman finds love and happiness until her new boyfriend announces he is from the year 2470. Marisa Tomei, Vincent D'Onofrio and Holland Taylor star in this romantic comedy.
Alfie -- A cockney womanizer learns the hard way about his wicked ways.
Saving Face -- When a young woman's pregnant, unmarried mother moves into her apartment, she does what any dutifulchild with an expectant widow on her hands would do: she sets her up with every bachelor in town.
Saving Face -- The 2011 Oscar(R)-winner for Best Documentary-Short Subject, this film tells the stories of Pakistani women who have become the victims of acid attacks and of a renowned London plastic surgeon who put his practice on hold to help them.
Saving Face movie trailer - starring Joan Chen, Michelle Krusiec, Lynn Chen, Guang Lan Koh, Li Zhiyu, Jin Wang. Directed by Alice Wu. Theatrical Release Date: 5/27/2005
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!