A television adaptation of Eugene O’Neil’s classic American drama of love, revenge, murder and suicide. Set against the backdrop of a small New England town, it is a post-Civil War saga of a fictionalized family in a sometimes idealized, other times reflected version of O’Neill’s own life and family.
While the prestigious Cannes Film Festival goes on around him, American movie producer Jesse Craig struggles to develop a pitch-worthy thriller about a terrorist plot. Before long, Craig becomes concerned that a shocking act of real-life terrorism already may be underway. Meanwhile, radical actor Bret Easton works in cahoots with a group of extremists to coordinate the hijacking of a trio of passenger planes in a devastating, multi-city nuclear attack.
The story of Benvenuto Cellini (1500-1571), a soldier and one of the most important craftsmen and artists of Renaissance Italy, whose life was marked by many achievements and adventures, but also crimes.
An acclaimed TV miniseries based on Mario Puzo’s best-selling novel, this intense drama examines the violent, life-and-death power struggles within a dominant Mafia crime family.
In Harold Robbins’ fictional account of early Hollywood movie making, pioneer filmmaker Johnny Edge comes to Hollywood in the early 20th century with dreams and helps build the orange-grove community into an entertainment capital.
A story set in the beginning of the XIX century about a doomed love between to people from different worlds and its impact in their lives.
The true life story of mafia boss Joesph Bonanno. The story spans from Bonanno’s early beginings in Italy, to his conquests in America.