The denizens of a brothel deal with internal drama, as well as pressure from greedy land developers and an anti-sex work politician to leave town.
Intan, Wiwid, and Depi were mourning. Their best friend, Nisa, was killed. The three girls finally held an alcohol party and dance all night to remember Nisa. But an uninvited guest came messing with their night.
The story about a creature in a bed-sheet and a live pelmeni's seller in the cemetery.
The Shadow Mountains, 1983. Red and Mandy lead a loving and peaceful existence; but when their pine-scented haven is savagely destroyed, Red is catapulted into a phantasmagoric journey filled with bloody vengeance and laced with fire.
Beautiful Mandy Lane isn't a party girl but, when classmate Chloe invites the Texas high school student to a bash in the countryside, she reluctantly accepts. After hitching a ride with a vaguely scary older man, the teens arrive at their destination. Partying ensues, and Mandy's close pal, Emmet, keeps a watchful eye on the young males making a play for Mandy. Then two of the students are murdered.
A slave owner in the 1840s trains one of his slaves to be a bare-knuckle fighter.
In the conditioning unit of a small chestnut can factory in a quiet little country village as winter slowly settles, a young ladybug gets trapped by accident in a cardboard box shipped to the Caribbean. His parent sets off for the paradise archipelago to find his little kid and free him. Once he finally makes it there, our hero finds himself entrusted with a double mission: find his offspring and save his new Caribbean ladybug friends’ home threatened by a human construction site. Thankfully our hero will be able to count on his friend the black ant that flies to the rescue from the other side of the world.
London, the early 1950s. Born deaf, Mandy is mute for most of her childhood. As she reaches school age her family itself is in danger of breaking up. Christine (Phylis Calvert), Mandy's mother, has heard of a residential school for the oral education of the deaf. A heart-rending adaptation of Hilda Lewi's novel The Day is Ours, from acclaimed director Alexander Mackendrick, Mandy is an Ealing Studios classic.
A mid-19th century mulatto slave is torn between his success as a pit-fighter and the injustices of white society.
When the Boogey Man causes Grim to lose his powers, rank, and title in the Underworld Court for misusing his powers, he plots to seek out Horror's Hand and take over the world. It's up to Billy, Mandy, Irwin, and Grim to get to Horror's Hand before the Boogey Man does.
Jag Mandir is a quiet and often overlooked film in the vast oeuvre of Werner Herzog. Apparently, 20 hours of footage was shot that covered the whole fest and the film hardly presents us a twentieth of that. A native walking into the film in between may well fail to immediately realize that it is his country that is being shown and these are figures from the mythology of various sections of his nation.
An Old South plantation owner lusts after his female slaves.
Three burglars will soon realise they are not alone in a manor house when they discover a doll mysteriously appearing.
Widow Laxmi lives a meager but happy existence with her four children. As her son Vijay struggles to support the family, Laxmi is swindled out of her life savings. Vijay swears revenge, resulting in a series of shifting fortunes that send the entire family into upheaval.
When secretly visiting her school's forbidden attic, Mandie stumbles upon the mystery of a Christmas from long ago
Reunited with the mother she never knew, Mandie Shaw (Lexi Johnson) finally has the family she always dreamed of, until Uncle John threatens to tear it all apart to keep an old promise. After he forbids Mandie from joining his quest, Mandie and her friends embark on a harrowing journey by train to protect Uncle John. Grand adventure ensues as they struggle to solve riddles and dare to face the secrets of the Lost Antler Cave Mine. Bases on the series by Lois Leppard, this sequel to Mandie and the Secret Tunnel includes a special appearance by Hayley Mills.
An unassuming fruit seller is assigned a crucial mission with regional implications and emerges as an international hero.