- 75 min
Kate Warner is a woman in her late 20s. She's running her own startup and has recently left her boyfriend Mike. One day, all her friends start being murdered... by their doubles. Even more frightening, Kate soon finds out that all the victims had some kind of metallic "artefact" implanted in their chest. Knowing that they are the next targets, Kate and Mike will have to reunite to try and stay alive. It is the beginning of their nerve-wrecking journey for survival.
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- 105 min
Barcelona (un mapa)
- 90 min
Seis personajes, arquetipos contemporáneos de la soledad urbana, se encuentran en un viejo piso del Ensanche barcelonés. Un matrimonio anciano, el hermano de ella y tres realquilados: una mujer rubia que da clases de francés, un joven vigilante de seguridad, ex futbolista, y una muchacha sudamericana, embarazada. El anciano, antiguo portero de la ópera a quien le gusta travestirse, les reúne a todos para pedirles que se marchen, ya que va a morir y quiere estar solo en el tramo final de su vida. En el anodino piso barcelonés, el incesto, la homosexualidad y el adulterio se entrecruzan en la vida de los personajes... mientras asistimos al paso del tiempo en la ciudad mediterránea.
- 117 min
"Before the Devil Knows You're Dead" is about brothers who try to rob their parents' jewelry store, only to botch the job.
- 91 min
An international soccer star (Eduardo Verástegui) is on his way to sign a multi-million dollar contract when something happens that brings his career to an abrupt end. A waitress (Tammy Blanchard), struggling to make it in New York City, discovers something about herself that she's unprepared for. In one irreversible moment, their lives are turned upside down...until an impetuous action brings them together and turns an ordinary day into an unforgettable experience. Once a famous athlete, and now a cook at his brother's Mexican restaurant, José has retreated from the world but he recognizes something in Nina, a young waitress, and reaches out to her. In the course of a single day, he not only confronts his past but shows her how the healing power of a family can help her embrace the future.
- 88 min
Social activism came of age in the 1960s. So did Ben Sweet.
Just as sex, drugs, rock & roll, hippies and Vietnam enters our consciousness, so it does for Ben Sweet (Nick Roth). A conservative, well-brought-up 18-year-old middle class, shy, white boy who enters UC Berkeley in 1968 to study accounting and avoid the draft, Ben gets thrown smack in the middle of a home grown revolution...and a whole new world.
- 151 min
Badri heads a Brahmin family whose ancestral palace is believed to be haunted. One day, Siddharth and Avni, the son and daughter-in-law of Badri's elder brother return to their native village from America. Events take on a twist when some unnatural events start taking place inside the palace. The blame comes to rest squarely on Radha, the adopted daughter of Badri. Suddenly a psychiatrist from America, Dr. Aditya enters the scene. He is Siddharth's friend and uses modern analytical techniques to find out the culprit and solve the mystery.
- 92 min
A gripping coming-of-age drama, "Black Irish," a pejorative describing Irish people from hardscrabble backgrounds - chronicles the trials and tribulations of 15-year-old Cole McKay (Michael Angarano), an obedient son who yearns for the attentions of his emotionally remote father (Brendan Gleeson). Cole is by turns nurtured and abandoned by the rest of his family; his unwed and pregnant sister Kathleen (Emily VanCamp), troubled older brother Jack (Tom Guiry), and rigid and religious mother Margaret (Melissa Leo). The tale unfolds in a skillful interweaving of character arcs that builds towards a heart-wrenching climax.
Black White + Gray: A Portrait of Sam Wagstaff and Robert Mapplethorpe
- 77 min
A look at the life and contribution of Sam Wagstaff (1921-1987), curator, trend-setter, collector of photographs, and lover and guide to Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-1989), told chronologically with archival footage, photographs, and contemporary interviews. Wagstaff is upper class, handsome, and gay, reinventing himself after World War II as a curator, with extraordinary success. By the 1970s, he's friends with Mapplethorpe and Patti Smith, his mother has left him a fortune, and he's collecting old photographs by the score. Many who comment discuss his largely forgotten contribution to art - the discovery of photography. The film sets the record straight. Written by <[email protected]>
- 95 min
BLACKOUT takes you inside the personal journey of what went down and what it was really like in Brooklyn, NY on August 14. It examines the nature of man to take advantage of his own fellow man outside of normal conditions, in times of weakness and vulnerability Written by Anonymous