When the four boys see an R-rated movie featuring Canadians Terrance and Philip, they are pronounced "corrupted", and their parents pressure the United States to wage war against Canada.
Paul Ramírez Jonas’ Longer Day (1997) is an attempt to make a summer day longer as he drives west into the sunset, racing against the dying light. In Michael Stanley’s words, a “sense of futile endeavour pervades the work and an almost perverse celebration of ‘failure’, as the unwritten history of technological progression provides a platform for the discussion of much broader concerns such as time, memory and loss.”
A young women suddenly falls victim to an accident and loses her front teeth. The man tasked with making her artificial dentures grows close to this woman he has never meet as he envisions her style and voice in an intimate imaginary world of his own creation. Their time together was only supposed to last until her dentures were complete, but what happens when this man and woman meet in the real world?
The Economy Run is an annual competition sponsored by Mobilgas in which drivers compete to see who can drive the furthest on the same amount of fuel.
Short animated film about political heroism.
The documentary ‘No Homeland’ impressively demonstrates the absurd course that things can take when the so called national consciousness awakes and a constructed and at the same time uncontrollable hatred destroys the hitherto peaceful life of a community forever.
1. The Ballard Brothers (Shane & Shannon Ballard) & Top Gun Talwar vs. "Photogenic" Chris Bosh, Lil' Cholo, & TJ Perkins 2. Jardi Frantz vs. MDogg 20 3. Disco Machine & Excalibur vs. The X-Foundation ("Funky" Billy Kim & Scott Lost) First Ever Guerrilla Warfare Match 4. Joey Ryan vs. Super Dragon 5. "Classic" Colt Cabana vs. "Scrap Iron" Adam Pearce 6. CM Punk vs. Samoa Joe Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Championship Title Match 7. "The Future" Frankie Kazarian (c) vs. "American Dragon" Bryan Danielson
Ellen's Bigger, Longer & Wider Show TV Special
We’re back in full colour and full HD, in our most intimate and revealing film yet. Follow us throughout our 2014 calendar photoshoot, hear why we love our sport and find out what we really think about taking our clothes off for the world. We also talk about the serious side of what we do – Sport Allies, our outreach programme to challenge homophobia. All against a background of a beautiful English summer by the River Avon, with an all original soundtrack that was donated to us by incredible musicians from all around the world. We think it’s our best film yet, but we’ll let you be the judge!
A documentary on the effects of the war on the Beirut, Lebanon community.
Allegory on the myth of the original sin of Adam and Eve transposed to the contemporary world.
Set within the super-rich jet-set society of Paris, Richard Harris portrays a man whose life is gradually being destroyed. From sexual trauma to financial disaster, he slowly descends into a world of insanity, perversion and finally the bottomless pit!
A teenage immigrant struggles with the death of his brother and feelings of of isolation and loneliness in his new surroundings.
Based on the life of Osamu Dazai, one of Japan's most celebrated novelists.
Hatori Matsuzaki (Mirei Kiritani) is a female high school student. She has a crush on her childhood friend Rita Terasaka (Kento Yamazaki) and believes he will eventually choose her as her heroine, but Rita Terasaka begins dating Miho Adachi. Meanwhile, the most popular male student, Kosuke Hiromitsu (Kentaro Sakaguchi) takes an interest in Hatori Matsuzaki.
Based on the novel by Osamu Dazai and distributed by ATG. The story of a young man who is caught between the breakup of the traditions of a northern Japanese aristocratic family and the impact of Western ideas. In consequence, he feels himself "disqualified from being human" (a literal translation of the Japanese title) and goes down the stairs to self-destruction step by step.
A coming-of-age drama set in contemporary Italy.
Malmö, 2001. In the aftermath of the heydays of the dot com bubble, a group of young people kick off a big and ambitious feature film project. Their experience is lacking, but their energy and enthusiasm knows no bounds.
Miracles Take Longer was a United Kingdom drama series broadcast on ITV from January 1984 to May 1984 made by Thames Television. The drama depicted the life and cases dealt with by a branch of the Citizens Advice Bureau. The programme was networked at 15.30 on Mondays and Tuesdays excluding Bank Holidays and the March Budget. TVS and Central aired it on different days. Only one series was made and was replaced by the UK soap Gems and different Australian serials around the country.