A white teenager, Donna, and her boyfriend Billy witness the accidental death of a black friend, Ethan. Since they are afraid to report it, another black teenager, Brian — the brother of Donna’s best friend Marlene — is falsely accused of foul play.
Three people take a mountain hike together. Their relationships are explored in a comedy-drama that presents questions about life, evolution, synchronicity and dreams.
Frank Dayton leads a group of crooks in a caper to steal $2,500,000 from an Air Force base. Dayton is the tough-guy military leader who recruits Mike, ex-Nazi Max, sadistic killer Barney Barry, and failed French artist Claude in the scheme.
An out of work racehorse trainer is adopted by the daughters of a wealthy breeder and trains a cast-off horse for the big race of the season.
A “Sixties Generation” comedy about an offbeat father-son relationship. Dad runs a Las Vegas hotel-casino and his son is a college student with a different set of moral and ethical standards. When they meet in Vegas, they immediately clash in their efforts to understand one another.
A young writer is invited to stay in a religious hostel run by a sinister, manipulative nun who plays deadly psychological games with the inhabitants.
As the soirée goes on inside the elegant townhouse, why are people being rounded up in the street? And what is really being said behind the smokescreen of cultivated cocktail party chitchat about health clubs and island retreats? Employing the original cast from the Almeida Theatre production and directed by Pinter himself, this 1992 production of Party Time—a surreal drama of mannerly rudeness, emotional violence, and sexual tyranny—’bears all the hallmarks of Pinter’s strength,’ says critic Christopher Edwards, of The Spectator (London).
When Moko the Clown passes away, his newly orphaned son Shawn takes up with mysterious wanderer Peter, and the two strangers become close friends and partners until a closely guarded secret rips them apart.