Crossing the Line
- 90 min
In 1962, a U.S. soldier sent to guard the peace in South Korea deserted his unit, walked across the most heavily fortified area on earth and defected to the Cold War enemy, the communist state of North Korea. He then simply disappeared from the face of the known world. He became a coveted star of the North Korean propaganda machine, and found fame acting in films, typecast as an evil American. He uses Korean as his daily language. He has three sons from two wives. He has now lived in North Korea twice as long as he has in America. At one time, there were four Americans living in North Korea. Today, just one remains. Now, after 45 years, the story of Comrade Joe, the last American defector in North Korea, is told.
Based on our work on the two North Korean films over the last five years, VeryMuchSo Productions, in partnership with Koryo Tours, has gained the trust of the North Korean authorities. This has enabled clear and unrestricted access to James Joseph Dresnok and to the North Korean-based families of the other U.S. defectors.
Cut Sleeve Boys
- 86 min
Two gay British Chinese men are hitting their sell-by-date. Ash decides to cross-dress to find his dream man, while Mel embarks on an 'all you can eat' open relationship.
- 89 min
A follow-up to the Eddie Murphy comedy. Cuba Gooding Jr. is put in charge of a summer day camp.
- 92 min
After breaking up with his girlfriend, Guillaume moves back to his father's place in Paris. He moves into his younger brother's room, from which he soon refuses to leave. The father and younger brother try their best to help Guillaume get over his break-up. Meanwhile, the Parisians all around are preparing their Christmas celebrations.
- 80 min
In Miami, four small time thieves leaded by Ski decide to rob a bank in the small town of Maysville. The lord Hustle demands a 10% commission and sends his experienced bodyguard Ackson to help the gang in their plan. He goes to the target bank to check the security system, but Ski decides to anticipate the plan for that afternoon. They succeed in the heist, but Deputy Kate activates the alarm and one of the criminals shoots Deputy Duff. When the bank is under siege of the police force, they are attacked by weird creatures. The former government agent Hunter comes to the bank and tells that the vampire zombies had been contaminated by an experimental virus developed by the government through the subjects that have escaped from the laboratory, attacking people in the New Moon to feed themselves. The group joins force to survive to the massive attack of the creatures. Written by Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
- 110 min
A five-person team of paint ball players decide to go environmental on their way to a tournament. Unfortunately, the environment they choose turns out to be an abandoned prison, whose sole inhabitant is a paranoid schizophrenic vet who mistakes them for a team of assassins. Now the game is for real. Written by Anonymous
- 91 min
Chaos ensues when a man tries to expose a dark secret regarding a recently deceased patriarch of a dysfunctional British family.
- 105 min
After his family members suffer at the hands of gang members, a father (Kevin Bacon) sets on a mission to kill each thug involved with the crime.
- 95 min
Henry Roth is messed up. A New York children's book author who tells kids that Santa doesn't exist, he hates sleeping with- and next to- anyone, including his girlfriend and must lay on the floor, usually with heavy objects on top of him just to feel safe. His motto is "Life is nothing but the occasional burst of laughter rising above the interminable wail of grief."
"Dedication," a modern love story in which a misanthropic, emotionally complex author of a hit children's book series (Billy Crudup) is forced to team with a beautiful illustrator (Mandy Moore) after his best friend and creative collaborator (Tom Wilkinson) passes away marks the directorial debut of Justin Theroux. As Henry struggles with letting go of the ghosts of love and life, he discovers that maybe all it takes is a little dedication.
- 93 min
A documentary about the disastrous 1968 round-the-world yacht race.
When Donald Crowhurst, the owner of an ailing marine electronics business, stakes everything to complete the first solo, non-stop, round-the-world boat race, he becomes a minor celebrity. But as the truth of his ten-month voyage becomes apparent, it is revealed that things have gone terribly wrong.