"Extraneous" - It has been funeral. The elderly couple, Emma and David, pamper their deceased friend. After the funeral, they invite the guests for a drink and a little nostalgic conversation about what has been. When the guest are getting ready to leave, two men remain.
A look at the true origins of the AIDS virus and the effect of the deadly disease upon a modern world.
Surrounded by endless forest, close by a river, a small community exists where everyone seems to lead idyllic lives. After a few years away, Johanna returns to the village, and becomes aware that things have changed. William, a writer, has inherited his grandfather's house. Gradually, he starts to get the feeling that the circumstances surrounding Vladimir's death are more complicated than they initially appear.
Kärlekens språk is a 2004 Swedish sex educational film directed by Anders Lennberg. “Language of Love” is a show for night owls, which gives details of sex, problems with impotence, venereal diseases, etc, with detailed demonstrations. The title is a reference to the 1969 sex educational film "Ur kärlekens språk".
Here's an "Easy Rider" - inspired plot with the combination of "West Side Story" stars. Richard Beymer falls in love with Lana Wood (sister Natalie wasn't available). They need cash so they agree to help Russ Tamblyn and his gang smuggle grass from Mexico to L.A. on motorcycles. When Beymer objects to narcotics agents being killed, his long-haired pal from the Jets puts LSD in his drink, tries to burn him alive, and has Lana kidnapped. No musical numbers, however. With Bing's son Lindsay Crosby, Joel's son Jody McCrea and deejay Casey Kasem. Directed by Bill Brame ("The Cycle Savages").
July 1972 in Iran. Mohammed is arrested for illegal spreading of flyers. He is put in jail and tortured. After one year he is released and flees to Sweden. He arrives at a refugee camp where he is taught Swedish. He is surrounded by people without hope.
In the near future, oil reserves are nearly depleted and Europe is connected by series of underground tunnels. While navigating these tunnels, Roger hears voices, one in particular. Seeking a way to rid himself of the voice only leads Roger deeper into a bizarre conspiracy of control - mind and body.
About 25 years ago an unholy child was born in an ancient noble family. The parents were the mother and son of the family. The goal was to create the perfect daughter, but instead she gave birth to a monster! The son, whose only interest are rabbits, called the monster Bunny Man, and placed him in a hole in the woods. He supplied his son with food and rabbits, to play with. Unfortunately, the lack of human contact made him violent, and his rabbits died when during his so called games. One day the son forgets to lock the hole and Bunny Man suddenly finds himself free, in a world he's never seen and doesn't understand. At the same time, a group of kids arrive at a cabin in the woods to throw a party. Kids that, to an untrained eye, seem quite similar to rabbits...
A radio DJ in pursuit of an exclusive interview follows ABBA during their mega-successful tour of Australia.
Jacob and his best friend Alex thought they were on their way to earning one of LA's most highly celebrated advertising accounts. That is, until the villainous and manipulative Marissa enters the picture, doing everything in her power to win the promotion for herself, while seducing Jacob into a romantic relationship. Then, enter into the equation a horny lesbian receptionist, a mentally challenged building custodian, a crazy Chinese boss, Jacob's demented grandmother and sexually perverted grandfather, a gay gangsta rapper, and an assortment of other wacky characters. All chaos ensues, as Jacob must somehow come up with a way to save his career, salvage his friendship, and figure out who his true loyalties lie towards in the love department.
A film poem inspired by the Peruvian poet César Vallejo. A story about our need for love, our confusion, greatness and smallness and, most of all, our vulnerability. It is a story with many characters, among them a father and his mistress, his youngest son and his girlfriend. It is a film about big lies, abandonment and the eternal longing for companionship and confirmation.
A sudden loss disrupts Carol’s orderly life, propelling her into the dating world for the first time in 20 years. Finally living in the present tense, she finds herself swept up in not one, but two unexpected relationships that challenge her assumptions about what it means to grow old.
When a Hollywood star mysteriously disappears in the middle of filming, the studio sends their "fixer" to get him back. Set in the 1950s, the story was inspired by the career of Eddie Mannix (1891–1963).