- 142 min
A romantic rhapsody based on a short story titled 'White Nights' - the protagonist is young 26 year old man who is a dreamer, an artist meeting a girl on a bridge four nights in a row.
- 120 min
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Steal A Pencil for Me
- 94 min
A unique and incredible love story, "Steal A Pencil for Me" is a compelling documentary about the power of love and the ability of human kind to rise above unimaginable suffering. 1943: Holland is under total Nazi occupation. In Amsterdam, Jack Polak, an unassuming accountant, first meets Ina Soep at a birthday party - a 20-year-old beauty from a wealthy diamond manufacturing family who instantly steals his heart. But Jack's pursuit of love will be complicated; he is poor and married to Manja, a flirtatious and mercurial spouse. When the Jews are being deported, the husband, the wife and the lover find themselves at the same concentration camp, actually living in the same barracks. When Jack's wife objects to the "lover" in spite of their unhappy marriage, Jack and Ina resort to writing secret love letters, which sustain them throughout the horrible circumstances of the war. Jack: "I'm a very special Holocaust survivor. I was in the camps with my wife and my girlfriend; and believe me, it wasn't easy."
- 100 min
A free-Spirit in a time of repressive, authoritarian morals, handsome young Mateo is imprisoned in a psychiatric institution in the province of Extramadura. It's clear that this "hospital" is more of a squalid prison for society's undesirables than anything else, as demonstrated by the heavy hand of the ruling director Burgos. Among the inmates is the frail, broken Lola, driven mad by the sexual abuse she has suffered her entire life from her father figures. The worthy Mateo is drawn to the heartbreaking Lola, and as he teaches her to dream again, their hearts intertwine and their passions fling them headlong into a mighty assault on the walls of the institution. Written by Courtesy Phidelphia Film Society
- 104 min
On a trip to a Mexican border town, three college friends stumble upon a human-sacrifice cult.
Ed, Henry and Phil, three American college grads, road-trip south of the border in pursuit of a fun-filled weekend of drinking and debauchery. Instead, they find dismemberment and death in "Borderland," Lionsgate's genre hybrid of horror, drama and true-crime.
- 122 min
The film follows Llewelyn Moss (Brolin), a husband out hunting near the Rio Grande who comes across a drug deal gone sour - leaving behind a cache of heroin, two million dollars and several bodies. When two more men end up murdered, the local Sheriff (Jones) realizes Moss and his wife need protection. Things turn dangerous when various men, ranging from ruthless freelancers to ex-Special Forces members, turn up to find out the truth and destroy all evidence.
"No Country for Old Men" is the film adaptation of the novel by Cormac McCarthy.
- 94 min
Ellen Morries believes there is someone or something after here. Her husband and psychotherapist believes she's a paranoid schizophrenic. On the way to the institution, the Morris' car breaks down. When her husband goes to get gas, Ellen stays and is attacked by a murderous assailant: The Nightmare Man. Escaping into the nearby woods, Ellen stumbles upon a country house where two young couples are spending their weekend. Now, everyone is in danger. But is the killer real or only in Ellen's mind?
A Feast of Flesh
- 77 min
When a young woman is seduced into joining a brothel of lusty vampires, she unwittingly shatters a truce between the vampy hookers and a band of vampire slayers who agreed to let the women live as long as they left the locals unmolested. Now that the fangs have come out, it means war. Mike Watt directs this bloodbath, starring scream queen Debbie Rochon and Matt O'Neill.
- 85 min
A deadly infection breaks out in Manhattan, causing humans to devolve into blood-thirsty rat creatures. Six recently evicted tenants must survive the night and protect their downtown apartment building as the city quickly spirals out of control.
- 114 min
Shot on location in Cambodia, including many scenes in actual brothels in the notorious red light district of Phnom Phen, "Holly" is a captivating, touching and emotional experience, that highlights the growing international issue of human trafficking.
Patrick, (Ron Livingston) has been 'comfortably numb' in Cambodia for years, when he encounters Holly (Thuy Nguyen), a 12-year-old Vietnamese girl, sold by her impoverished family and smuggled across the border to work as a prostitute. Holly's virginity makes her a lucrative prize, and when she is sold to a child trafficker, Patrick embarks on a frantic search through both the beautiful and sordid faces of the country, in an attempt to bring her to safety.