A gender-swapped version of the song 'Why Is A Good Girl So Hard To Find?' by Jimmy Davis.
Though we generally associate the Christmas holidays with merry and bright red and green feelings, let's face it, a Christmas of blue is certainly familiar to us all.
Weighed down by financial problems, Tina takes a job as a receptionist at an illegal massage parlour in London. As she slowly gets to know the women who work there, Tina is forced to question her values and morals. But how far will she be drawn into this world, and can she avoid losing herself in the process?
After the accidental death of his best friend, Jimmy comes to believe that the friend now haunts his car, but selling it takes him to a very dark place.
How do we cope with the unthinkable? Tuva Novotny has made a hard-hitting film that has to be described as one of the most impressive feature debuts in recent years. Blind Spot tackles the grey areas of mental illness; the blind spots that can be so difficult to detect. For 98 intense minutes we follow a mother’s struggle to understand her daughter Tea’s crisis as it affects the entire family. Pia Tjelta is formidable as Tea’s mother, especially considering the fact that the entire film is shot in one single take. The same has to be said of Mathea Øien fantastic acting debut as Tea.
A brilliant handsome man meets a young girl at the ball and tries to seduce her. How will end this attempt, if one of them is an extraordinary creature?
The film follows its lead, Alex Manon, through moments in his life as a homeless teenager in Bed-Stuy (Brooklyn, NY).
A young couple is living at his parents' apartment. Frustrated at not being able to provide for themselves, they fight. She decides something has to change.
A movie transcends totalitarian realities of a post-war Soviet-occupied town to address the most important eternal questions faced by children and their parents alike: self-identity, value human relations, love, vulnerability of a human being, meaning of innocence.
Our hero, Rudi, goes on a trip in a dream. He takes a walk in the afternoon sunshine in flowery fields that are in constant transformation.
In London, a group of rappers perform their verses in random order and at different speeds.
Fighting, vulnerability, depression and stereotypes; Piotr expresses how he finds balance between MMA and art to harmonise his life.
A little boy announces on his seventh birthday that he is a stranger named Danny, a grown man who died seven years earlier.
Annanukku Jai is an upcoming Tamil political satire film directed by Rajkumar, starring Dinesh and Mahima Nambiar in the leading roles.
'Chaos' is a discussion between a woman stuck in Damascus, another one stuck in exile, and a third who has recently left. It is a conversation between the interior and exterior, an impossible conversation.
Maria Irene Fornes is "America's Great Unknown Playwright." When she stops writing due to dementia, a friendship with a young writer reignites her visionary creative spirit, triggering a film collaboration that picks up where the pen left off.
This documentary draws parallels between Abraham Lincoln's presidency and the presidency of Donald Trump.
SET IN THE FUTURE THE WORLD HAS BEEN SPLIT INTO SECTORS, HUMANS HAVE CAPTURED DEVIANTS AND FORCE THEM TO FIGHT TO THE DEATH. MADMAN DOMINION HARVEY (ERIC ROBERTS) HOSTS THE IMMORTAL WARS AND TELEVISES THE SHOW TO THE ENTIRE PLANET. TRIKALYPSE AND FELLOW DEVIANTS WILL NOT ONLY FIGHT TO SURVIVE, BUT TO BRING DOWN DOMINION INDUSTRIES.