2006 September Movies

Vete de mí

Vete de mí

    • Unrated
    • 95 min
    • Comedy
    Waiting in the Dark

    Waiting in the Dark

      • Unrated
      • 130 min
      • Documentary

      Michiru has lost her eyesight, and to make matters worse, her father dies shortly afterwards. She is now all alone and spends most of her day isolated in her home. Akihiro is a Chinese-Japanese immigrant, that has had to deal with racism all throughout his life. He is now tormented at work by one of his older co-workers named Toshio. One day at a train station in front of Michiru's house, Toshio is thrown into the path of an oncoming train. The only person seen at the train stop was Akihiro. Akihiro frantically flees from the scene and manages to enter Michiru's house without her knowledge. After a few days, Michiru starts to sense the presence of another person in her home.

      Wallflower

        • Unrated
        • 15 min

        Wallflower, Janey, straight A's and pink retainers, is devastated when her gorgeous stepsister Angelica runs away to find her real father, Aldo. When their mother turns to drink and Janey's own doting, grey father becomes distraught at Aldo's return, Janey's world spirals into tragedy.

        - Written by

        Jade S. Bokhari

        Walt Disney: Once Upon a Time

        Walt Disney: Once Upon a Time

          • Unrated
          • 45 min
          • Documentary

          Talks about the iconographical sources that Walt Disney and his studio's designers drew on to create the films that are incontestably among the masterpieces of animation.

          Without Her

          Without Her

            • Unrated
            • 102 min
            • Documentary

            During a brief stay in Florence, Camille believes she's victim of an enormous flood. Urgently taken to a psychiatric hospital, she is diagnosed with the Stendhal Syndrome: a temporary psychological disorder well known to affect tourists who are too vulnerable to the beauty of art work. This disorder which is considered benign doesn't worry the medical staff who asks that she be sent back to her country. Back home, she has to come to terms with a tragedy she has wanted to flee: her mom had gone missing right before her departure. Convinced that she has to move on with her life for her mental sanity, Camille decides that it is time to accept the fact that her mother will never come back. But when she goes to Matane, the last place where her mother had been seen alive, Camille comes across many clues that will propel her into an emotional roller coaster.

            WWW: What a Wonderful World

            WWW: What a Wonderful World

              • Unrated
              • 99 min
              • Comedy

              Casablanca, a city of contrasts, modern and traditional. Kamel is a murderer for hire who receives his encrypted assignments online. After his executions, he usually calls Souad, an occasional prostitute. But the phone is always answered by her friend Kenza, traffic officer and responsible for the largest roundabout in the city. Kamel soon falls in love with that voice and begins to seek her. Meanwhile, Hicham, a computer hacker, who dreams of emigrating to Europe, is infiltrated by chance in Kamel plans ...

              Yo-Yo Girl Cop

              Yo-Yo Girl Cop

                • Unrated
                • 98 min
                • Action

                Recruited by a clandestine police organization, "K" must stop a plot by student radicals to create anarchy in Japan. Armed with a hi-tech steel yo-yo, and a new name (Asamiya Saki), she must infiltrate an elite high school to find the terrorists but finds an even more sinister plan is about to unfold. Written by JMaruyama

                Zen Noir

                Zen Noir

                • 29%
                • NONE
                • 71 min
                • Comedy

                A nameless detective (Duane Sharp), still mourning the loss of his wife, investigates a mysterious death in a Buddhist temple, but his logical, left-brained crime-solving skills are useless in the intuitive, non-linear world of Zen.