- 89 min
Action adventure in which the formula for a cancer-curing medicine is stolen, and a kung-fu fighting team must overcome rivals and doublecrosses in order to get it back.
Songs from the Second Floor
- 98 min
A film poem inspired by the Peruvian poet César Vallejo. A story about our need for love, our confusion, greatness and smallness and, most of all, our vulnerability. It is a story with many characters, among them a father and his mistress, his youngest son and his girlfriend. It is a film about big lies, abandonment and the eternal longing for companionship and confirmation.Fredrik Klasson.
Take a Girl Like You
- 162 min
Set in the 1950s, it follows the progress of twenty year old Jenny Bunn, as she moves from her family home in the North of England to a London suburb to teach primary school children. Jenny is a traditional Northern working-class girl whose striking good looks are in sharp contrast to her prosaic upbringing, and to her strong belief that a girl should preserve her virginity until her wedding night. Because of her attractiveness, Jenny's views on virginity and marriage cause conflicts. The film centres on the (increasingly desperate and cruel) attempts of Patrick Standish, a 30 year old schoolmaster at the local grammar school, to seduce Jenny, against a backdrop of his skirmishes with his school authorities and with the shabby, suburban middle class milieu in which the film is set.
The Edge of Quarrel
- 120 min
Director David Larson's engaging tale follows Brian Johansen (Rocky Votolato), who returns home to Seattle after a four-year stint in college only to find his two best friends, Jason Talbott (John Pettibone) and Chance Linstrom (Dann Gallucci), at war with each other. As Jason and Chance -- who've become the leaders of rival "gangs" -- attempt to draw Brian over to their respective sides, he sets about uniting the feuding factions.
The Miracle Worker
- 95 min
A television remake of William Gibson's classic play about Annie Sullivan's efforts to draw Helen Keller from her world of darkness and silence.
The Moving of Sophia Myles
- 96 min
After her minister husband dies, Sophia Myles falls into deep grief. Soon, a small-town real estate barracuda starts pressuring Sophia to leave her house so the sleepy municipality can be turned into a tourist attraction.
The Royal Diaries: Elizabeth I - Red Rose of the House of Tudor
Towards the end of her father Henry the VIII's reign, a young Elizabeth quarrels with half-sister Mary Tudor and worries that her beloved stepmother Catherine Parr will face the same fate as Henry's other wives, including Elizabeth's mother Anne Boleyn. Written by Rebecca <[email protected]>
The SharkTank Redemption
- 25 min
Fred Redding, an assistant at Hollywood agency CMA comes before the board, seeking a promotion, and is refused. He tells us the story of his coworker, Randy Tulane, who didn't just do his time at the agency, but used the system for his own purposes and, ultimately, to help his friend, Fred.
- Written by
Jon Reeves <[email protected]>
The State I Am In
- 106 min
Clara and Hans are left-wing terrorists, who are chased by the police since almost fifteen years. The puberty of her increasingly rebellious daughter Jeanne imposes a threat on their security, when she falls in love with a boy, who she has met on the beach. Written by Moritz Muehlenhoff <[email protected]>
Time of Favor
- 102 min
Is today's fanaticism tomorrow's policy? In a West Bank settlement, Rabbi Meltzer has a grand design: he's building a movement "to pray at the Temple Mount." His yeshiva has scholars, and the settlement is getting its own military company to be commanded by Menachem, a disciple of the rabbi. He also wants his daughter, Michal, to marry Pini, the yeshiva's best scholar. Michal has no interest in Pini, but she is attracted to Menachem. When she rebuffs Pini, he hatches a bold and secret plan. Is jealousy the motivation or something else? Meanwhile, the army and Mossad are closely watching the rabbi's activities and Menachem's military training. Who is trustworthy? Written by <[email protected]>