The movie spotlights an intelligent high school senior and National Merit Scholar who has never been part of the “in crowd.” She teaches a high school equivalency night class, tends to the needs of her widower father, Jesse, and pretty much stays to herself. But when she meets a loner who recently moved to the town of Due East, she feels a sense of belonging for the first time in her life.
Based on a the short story “Low Flying Aircraft” by J.G. Ballard and set in a near future where humans are dying breed. Judite and André flee to a semi-abandoned apartment complex to protect their mutant child from certain death.
A father is scheming to have his slightly mental daughter from an earlier marriage (Elsa Zylberstein) killed by allowing a murderous psychopath to be released from the asylum and led to his house. However, the psychopath and the daughter fall for each other.
After two years in a mental institution, housewife Kira comes home to her husband, Mads , and their children, hoping to reconnect with her family and get on with her life. But things go wrong almost immediately, as she hysterically, though not without reason, accuses Mads of infidelity. After she confronts her father about family secrets, Kira’s mental stability deteriorates even further, and she and her family must decide what course to take.
This is the story of a young man at the dawn of the 21st century. He belongs to the most vulnerable, most futile and most appealing segment of society. Raoul flits from woman to woman, searching for seemingly unattainable love, until he meets Jeanne, who is fated to live freely and tragically.
The daily lives and routine of 37 families living in a huge 12-story building in Copacabana, Rio de Janeiro: their drama, aspirations, intimate revelations, loneliness, dreams…
Love and betrayal are central themes in Anton Chekhov’s play The Bear. In this film adaptation, art and life intersect as the play is performed before an audience of unsuspecting commuters on an in-service NYC bus.
The paths of two orphan brothers drastically change over the years, beginning when they were just boys living on the streets of Mexico City.