Successful and trendy architect, Gere, is torn between his faithful but cold wife and his passionate lover. A moment of fate forces him to confront his true feelings.
A new look at Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" and "Through the Looking-Glass".
John Irving's bizarre tale of the trials and tribulations of an eccentric New England family. Fascinating ensemble in possibly the only film ever made that makes light of incest!
Released after 30 years in prison, a notorious stagecoach bandit finds popularity among the people in the Canadian wilderness when he embarks on a train-robbing spree. Based on a true story!
Stars Caterina Scarsone, Matt Frewer and Director Nick Willing discuss the upcoming 'Alice' television event, airing in December on Syfy.
Credits and opening sequence featuring first Joe Mantegna, then William Hurt, Marceline Hugot (as Monica) Julie Kavner, and June Squibb, and throughout, the star Mia Farrow, in Woody Allen's Alice, 1990.
Married Life -- A 1940s-set drama where an adulterous man plots his wife's death instead of putting her through the humiliation of a divorce.
Married Life -- This is the U.S. trailer for Married Life, directed by Ira Sachs.
Millennium: : -- A former FBI profiler with the ability to look inside the mind of a killer begins working for the mysterious Millennium Group.
Married Life -- A meek man falls for a beautiful, younger woman. His main obstacles are his good friend with an equally strong attraction to her and his controlling wife, whom he'd like to spare the agony of divorce by poisoning her.
The Libertine -- In every generation, there comes along a person so scandalous, so rebellious, so willing to break taboos that they topple the world's ideas of what being a free spirit truly means. In the 17th century that person was unequivocally John Wilmot, AKA the 2nd Earl of Rochester the wily and talented rogue who in the course of his short, wild life, become known all at once as a troublemaker, a genius and one of history's most irrepressible believers in liberty.
The Libertine -- The story of John Wilmot, a.k.a. the Earl of Rochester, a 17th century poet who famously drank and debauched his way to an early grave, only to earn posthumous critical acclaim for his life's work.
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