2007 Movies

 (2007)

A Stranger's Heart

    • Unrated
    • 85 min
    • Romance

    Optimistic Jasper Cates and gloomy Callie Morgan initially clash but grow closer while waiting desperately for live saving transplant organs in a specialized university hospital ward. Finally they get them, actually from the same donor. Jasper keeps in touch with Callie, like virtual lovers, and works out the donor leaves an orphan girl. She lives with her grandfather, who opposes his plan for both of them enter her life. Written by KGF Vissers

     (2007)

    A Stray Girlfriend

      • Unrated
      • 85 min
      • Drama

      A romantic holiday has left Ines all alone. So alone. She's really not at all happy about it.

       (2007)

      A Thousand Years of Good Prayers

      • 79%
      • NONE
      • 83 min
      • Drama

      A Chinese man travels to America to visit his estranged daughter after her recent divorce. Though his trip starts off as a mission to see his daughter remarry, he sparks to an Iranian woman who, despite their language barrier, captures his heart.

       (2007)

      A Valentine Carol

        • Unrated
        • 87 min
        • Comedy

        Ally Sims is a cynical, superficial, radio talk show hostess in Seattle who doesn't know the meaning of love despite the fact that she gives love advice over the airwaves, and has a loyal fiancée, named Matt, who is tolerant of her busy lifestyle. Two days before her wedding, Ally is visited by the ghost of Jackie Marley who shows Ally her past life boyfriends of the past, present, and future if she continues to live this stressful and shallow life. Written by matt-282

         (2007)

        A Very British Gangster

        • 67%
        • NONE
        • 97 min
        • Documentary

        A Very British Gangster is a documentary about Dominic Noonan, a notorious leader of a powerful Blighty organized crime family who was openly gay and championed the working class.

         (2007)

        A Vos Marques, Party!

          • NONE
          • 119 min
          • Comedy

          Depuis 5 ans, Gaby Roberge, une jeune adolescente de 16 ans, se rend à l'école Sainte-Victoire avec un air rebelle et une mauvaise attitude. L'année de son secondaire 5 ne sera pas différente des autres années. Gaby ne pense qu'à la finir et graduer pour aller au CÉGEP où elle croit rencontrer des jeunes plus intelligents. Par contre, la directrice de l'école, Peggy Lamothe a décidé de prendre Gaby sous son aile et veut lui faire profiter de sa dernière année au collège. Elle forcera Gaby à s'intégrer aux jeunes de son niveau, si ce n'est que pour la rendre moins agressive envers les autres et plus sociale.

           (2007)

          A Walk Into the Sea: Danny Williams and the Warhol Factory

          • 79%
          • Unrated
          • 75 min
          • Documentary

          Esther Robinson's portrait of her uncle Danny Williams -- Warhol's onetime lover, collaborator and filmmaker in his own right -- offers a exploration of the Factory era, an homage to Williams's talent, a journey of family discovery and a compelling inquiry into Williams's mysterious disappearance at age 27.

           (2007)

          A Walk to Beautiful

            • NONE
            • 85 min
            • Documentary

            "A Walk to Beautiful" tells the story of five women in Ethiopia suffering from devastating childbirth injuries. Rejected by their husbands and ostracized by their communities, these women are left to spend the rest of their lives in loneliness and shame. We follow each of these women on their journey to a special hospital in Addis Ababa where they find solace for the first time in years, and we stay with them as their lives begin to change. Through the intimate experiences all five share, we are no longer in the heart of Africa-we are in the hearts of these women. The trials they endure and their attempts to rebuild their lives tell a universal story of hope, courage, and transformation

            A Wayfarer's Journey: Listening to Mahler

              • Unrated
              • 84 min

              "The Wayfarer's Journey: Listening to Mahler is an exploration of the relationship between music and healing. It presents a parallel story between two icons from the world of music featuring the legendary composer, Gustav Mahler and the renowned conductor, Christoph Eschenbach. Although they lived during different eras separated by one hundred years, both men experienced tragic childhood, but were able to achieve healing and redemption through music. Additionally, other participants are featured including Academy award-winning actor, Richard Dreyfuss, (as the voice of Mahler), Dr. Richard O'Reilly, one of the leading pediatric oncologists from the Sloan Kettering Institute, Dr. Balfour Mount,a cancer survivor and founder of the Hospice movement in North America, as well as, the students from the Curtis School of Music. Together they affirm the healing power of music. Actress, Kathleen Chalfant as narrator.

              - Written by

              Dejan Georgevich

               (2007)

              A Week Alone

                • NC-17
                • 110 min
                • Comedy

                Maria (Magdalena Capobianco) is a girl in her early teens whose family lives in an upscale gated suburb. Maria's parents are going out of town for a week, and rather than leave her with relatives or hire a babysitter, Maria is put in charge of looking after her little sister Sofia (Eleonora Capobianco), with housekeeper Esther (Natalia Gomez Alarcon) serving as a nominal adult authority figure, though for the most part she lets Maria and the others do what they please. With only their parents bedroom off-limits, Maria and Sofia have the run of the house, and soon they and their friends Facundo (Lucas Del Bo), Quique (Federico Pena), Rodrigo (Ramiro Saludas) and Timmy (Mateo Braun) are spending their days exploring the place. As the kids begin creating their own rules to run counter to the ones their absent parents set down, Esther brings a young relative, Fernando (Gaston Luparo), to play with them, and the privileged kids begin to get a notion of they ways of the outside world.