- 147 min
Diya (Madhuri Dixit) is a divorced mother living in New York and must go back to India after she receives news that her dance guru is on his deathbed. When she arrives in Shamli, a small city in western Uttar Pradesh, she finds that he has died and left her the responsibility of saving and reviving the Ajanta Theater where she used to dance.
He Was a Quiet Man
- 95 min
Bob Maconel (Christian Slater) is about to have a bad day. Another eight hours of sitting in a dull grey cubicle, ignored by his co-workers, existing in a world where he feels completely out of sync. On this particular bad day Bob crosses the line from potential killer to inadvertent hero and in the process saves Venessa's (Elisha Cuthbert) life. This invisible nobody saves the object of his desire only to have her ask him to end her life.
Sex and Breakfast
- 81 min
The provocative and thought-provoking SEX AND BREAKFAST intertwines the lives of two young couples that experiment with anonymous group sex as a way to revitalize their troubled relationships. Through the experience they are forced to rethink the rudiments of a successful relationship: sex, love, and communication.
After a series of mishaps fueled by jealousy, confusion, and insecurities, all four individuals soon find that true love and lasting relationships are ultimately about more than sex and breakfast.
- 90 min
The assassination of President Kennedy was to its era what 9/11 is to ours. What followed was a decade of governmental skullduggery, political paranoia, demagoguery and division on a scale rarely seen in American life. In the White House, a conspiratorially minded president (Lyndon B. Johnson) threw the nation headlong into a divisive and unnecessary war in response partly, to his own growing paranoia over the assassination of his predecessor. For much of the public, Vietnam and the JFK assassination became merged psychologically into a vast wellspring of mistrust and disillusionment. With the subsequent assassinations of Martin Luther King and Bobby Kennedy in 1968 and the revelations of President Nixon's constitutional subversion in the early '70's, the last hopes of American idealism were shattered. A decade after JFK's assassination, America's political culture was changed almost beyond recognition. With "Oswald's Ghost," acclaimed director Robert Stone offers an unprecedented deconstruction of the mythologies and controversy surrounding what is perhaps the most tangled and far reaching murder mystery of all time. Featuring interviews with Norman Mailer, Gary Hart, Tom Hayden, Mark Lane and Edward J. Epstein, and others, the film probes the deep psychic wounds inflicted by the Kennedy assassination on American politics and culture, the scars of which remain evident to this day. Using a wealth of archival material, much of it never before seen or heard, OSWALD'S GHOST chronicles America's 40-year obsession with the single most pivotal event of the boomer generation. Quietly implicit throughout the film is a haunting parable to the aftermath of 9/11.
- 100 min
The plot follows the story of twin brothers, one is a coldhearted violent police officer, the other is a helpless romantic with a mental disability. The two brothers are tragically involved with a prostitute who works in the bordello that gives the film its title. The film was adapted from an eponymous novel written by Juan Marsé.
Chronicle of an Escape
- 103 min
The goalkeeper of a little-known soccer team is kidnapped by a Argentinean government squad and sent to a detention center. After months of torture, he plots his escape with three other young men.
- 84 min
A man undergoing open heart surgery (Christensen) discovers that the anasthesia has left him awake and aware, though paralyzed, forcing his wife (Alba) into a difficult decision.
- 93 min
"Mama's Boy" concerns a slacker in his thirties whose ideal life of living at home with his angelic mom is endangered when she falls in love with a self-help guru and prepares to marry him.
Suck My Geek!
- 52 min
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