The film follows a simple structure, and shows the drug-related degradation of five youths (Jake, Tracey, Jessica, Alice, Oreo) during the course of three years. The film depicts their drug-related crimes and diseases: prostitution, male prostitution, AIDS, and lethal overdoses.
Actors: Rhys Ifans, Joseph Fiennes, Tara Fitzgerald, Sadie Frost
Director: Edward Thomas
Pete Thompson thinks he has it all. However, following the death of his father his close friend and accountant reveals the company he has been left is bust and the only way out is to do business with the Russian mafia. His life and heart are on the line when he leave to restore the fortunes of the family firm.
Actors: Ned Beatty, William Johnson, Christopher Berry, Robin Mullins
Director: Andrew Garrison
Hitchhiking home from the movies at age 9, going for a joy ride with an uncle at age 14, or giving a ride home to the woman of his dreams at 23 are three events that change Wilgus Collier and those around him. Starting from the 1950's up to a tie-dyed 1969, this movie presents a humorous and poignant perspective on the significant moments of daily life.
Charts the explosive 'folie a deux' that occurred when serial killers Charles Ng & Leonard Lake joined forces. And examines the terrible impact their crimes had on the lives of many lives, as the most expensive trial in US history unfolds.
Actors: Richard Speight Jr., Jeff Witzke, Shelley Berman, Jim O'Heir
Director: Jason Reitman
While standing in the middle of the street contemplating the motto on a quarter, Robert is killed by an on-coming SUV. In the waiting room of the afterlife, a punctilious clerk, Gil, pulls up Robert's record on the computer and tells the young man that he's damned. Lots of little bad things have added up, and his score is negative. Robert bolts back to earth, with Gil and his colleagues in hot pursuit. Robert visits his girlfriend, drinks a smoothie with his dad, foils a robbery, and dances. His positive points are accumulating as Gil (and death) close in. Is it up or down for our Bobby? Little things can mean a lot.
Take a tour of complex issues like Native identity, politics and racism, wrap them neatly inside one-liners, guffaws and comedic performances, and you have Redskins, Tricksters and Puppy Stew. This movie overturns the conventional notion of the stoic Indian and shines a light on an overlooked element of Native culture - humour and its healing powers. Meet an engaging cast of characters including Don Kelly, one of Canada's hottest young stand-up comics, whose Indian name means Runs Like a Girl. He uses comedy to skewer stereotypes of the apathetic Indian. Sharon Shorty and Jackie Bear from Whitehorse, Yukon, portray Sarah and Susie, two elderly Native ladies discussing their daily activities and their love of Bingo and Kentucky Fried Chicken. And while they've been making people laugh across the country with their portrayal of two quirky elders, they also play a role as community healers.
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