Trapped in an abusive marriage, a lovelorn woman begins an affair with a young artist that results in a baby. Living in fear of what would happen if her husband found out about her infidelity, she becomes increasingly unhappy. But when tragedy strikes her infant, she makes a shocking decision about her future.
Month: February 2021
Chris Luger, a fascistic psychopath from The Hague, kidnaps the simple-minded daughter of a millionaire. Her dad refuses to pay the ransom.
Based on the true story of a mother who plotted murder to secure her daughter a spot on the school cheerleading squad.
A short film about Dublin City using a mixture of contemporary footage, folk music and quotations from past residents, Shaw, Wilde and Behan etc. Narrated in a “conversation” by Anthony Quayle and Norman Rodway.
Having chosen jobs at a gas station over school, 14-year-old friends Tyson, Hector and Bao are getting pushed around by some of the older boys in their Boston neighborhood. Despite the stability provided by their relationship with youth club worker J.J., the boys are tempted by the fast money of the drug trade and touched by untimely death. Amid the flurry of mixed messages, the boys must decide which paths to follow.
Set in the 60’s. In a small provincial town in Poland, a group of teenagers who are fans of the Beatles, and use their names to address each other, decide to put on a concert of Beatles’ hits for their school mates, but things don’t go according to plan.
A look at artist Mark Hicks of Manhattan Beach, California, a quadriplegic since falling out of a tree at age 14. His work is examined, along with a discussion of his being a student at UCLA, culminating with his first gallery show in San Francisco.
Cowhand Jeff Donner meets Susan Crowley, a spy for the Union in the Civil War, and gets dragged into her espionage ring that is out to foil the South’s attempts to break the blockade keeping them from obtaining food and supplies. The trek leads to Mexico.