2006 August Movies (By Date)

Shooting Shona

Shooting Shona

    • NONE
    • Thriller

    "Shooting Shona" is an intimate thriller about the disappearance of Shona's flatmate and her subsequent struggle to find her... Strange things are happening in Belsize Park. Anonymous love letters lie on the kitchen counter. Shona (Burke) has been randomly receiving them for weeks. They make her uncomfortable, only reminding her of how lonely she really is. Her closest friends seem to be moving on in their lives. One morning, Shona finds the shower running and her flatmate has vanished. It becomes apparent that something horrible may have happened when a sinister man (Gosling) breaks into her apartment and rummages through the place. All the while she is certain that she is being followed. Circumstances draw Shona to meet a mysterious man called Art (Downie), and eventually his odd drug dealing friend Leon (Biddulph), and they find themselves piecing together the mystery of Shona's missing flatmate.

    Spy Corps

      • Unrated
      • 79 min
      • Action

      Liz is a high school student who is nearly paralyzed with fear. It doesn't help any that the boy she likes has a little secret... he is a member of the Reserve Spy Training Corps, a training program for high school students who want to pursue a career as a spy. Her dealings with him force her to face her fears... and overcome them with the Word of God.

      - Written by

      Anonymous

      Money or Mission

      Money or Mission

        • Unrated
        • 33 min
        • Short

        Based on an article from the Ensign Magazine with the same name. As Patrick Gill prepares to serve a mission, he is offered his dream job - a manager at the local skateboarding shop. Now Patrick is faced with the hard decision of taking the job or serving a mission. Written by Anonymous

        Herr Pilipenko und sein U-Boot

          • Unrated
          • 90 min
          • Documentary

          Squad 77

            • Unrated
            • 80 min
            • Adventure

            Allen Davis, a former military special forces man is convinced to train a squad of misfits for a dangerous and secretive mission. When things start to go wrong the Squad members begin questioning the true purpose of the mission. With the mission turning into the fight of their life, the squad must decide to trust each other and rely on God. Can they help the missionary they set out to find or will they even be able to help themselves? Written by Reece Tedford

            TV Junkie

            TV Junkie

              • Unrated
              • 89 min
              • Documentary

              Rick Kirkham was a successful TV reporter, and could have been a major U.S. television profile if it hadn't been for his massive drug and alcohol abuse. Kirkham filmed his life every day with a video camera from the age of 14 years. On the basis of his video material the story of his life is told in this documentary. Written by HardHouseClubber

              Footy Legends

              Footy Legends

                • PG
                • 90 min
                • Comedy

                Set in Sydney's western suburbs, FOOTY LEGENDS tells the story of Luc Vu, a young man with an obsession about football. Out of work, and with welfare authorities threatening to take away his little sister, Luc re-unites his old high school football team to win a competition that could change all their lives. Written by George

                Fly, Daddy, Fly

                Fly, Daddy, Fly

                  • Unrated
                  • 112 min
                  • Drama

                  Directed by Choi Jong Tae, the film revolves around Chang Ka Pil (played by Lee Moon Sik) in his 40s, who leads an ordinary life with his adorable wife and their 17-year-old daughter. He faces a crisis when his daughter is sexually assaulted by a high school boxing star from a rich, well-connected family and he finds no help from the school or police authorities. To prove that he is not a coward and will do anything for his family, he decides to take revenge and physically beat up his daughter's tormentor. For the seemingly impossible task, he asks Go Seung Suk (by Lee Jun Ki), a rebellious high school student with talent for fighting, to train him.

                  From Far Away

                  From Far Away

                    • Unrated
                    • 89 min
                    • Documentary

                    Aus der Ferne is a personal travelogue, a documentary about a trip through Turkey. Thomas Arslan, who filmed the journey himself, undertook the trip in May/June 2005. The route takes him through Istanbul and Ankara to Gaziantep in the southeastern part of the country, from there further eastwards via Diyarbakir and Van to Dogubayazit near the Iranian border. The film describes moments during the journey that differ from the usual motifs that inform the image of present-day Turkey – from impressions of day-to-day life in such Western cities as Istanbul and Ankara all the way to regions in the country’s easternmost territory that were locked in battle until recently.

                    Bloody Reunion

                    Bloody Reunion

                      • Unrated
                      • 93 min
                      • Horror

                      Mi-ja, who has been taking care of a retired teacher, Ms Park, invites several of her former students to her house 16 years after their graduation. Since the end of her teaching career, Park has been residing in the countryside, suffering from an illness while an ex-student, the kind and pretty Mi-ja cares for her.