Prince stars as “The Kid,” a Minneapolis club musician, who struggles with both a tumultuous homelife and his own smoldering anger while taking refuge in his music and his steamy love for sultry Apollonia Kotero. Semi-autobiographical.
The story of Clarence Earl Gideon and his fight for the right to have publicly funded legal counsel for the needy.
Eadie Allen is a chorus girl who dreams of becoming a star. While working at a New York nightclub, she meets Sergeant Andy Mason, they fall in love but he is shipped off to war. Eadie finds out Andy is unofficially engaged to another woman.
It is the story of two men in a girl’s life. One loves her, the other wants to kill her. The girl is an heiress and her stepfather is waiting for her to turn 18, so he can inherit her wealth. He tries to coax, cajole and coerce the boy out of her life but to no avail. Finally, he takes the help of a corrupt inspector to eliminate the boy.
Two feuding artists, Asha and Kishore, come together to entertain people at the local theater, and when he learns he is the sole heir to a small kingdom, he sends his friend Jagmohan to make advanced arrangements and plans to arrange a marriage between Jagmohan and his sister, but when Jagmohan falls in love with another girl, Kishore’s regret over his failed plan kills his mother, puts Kishore into an asylum, and threatens his future happiness with Asha.
Singapore, late 90s. The friendship between the maid Teresa and young boy Jiale ignite the mother’s jealousy, while the Asian recession hits the region.
Gaby owns a farm on which he raises lambs: Bouchard & Sons Farm. But he has no sons. Rather, he has two daughters that he raised like princesses and who live far away, in the big city. One day, the oldest asks him for some financial support so she doesn’t end up losing her house. Gaby, for whom fatherhood has evolved to a point where it became unreasonable, decides to dismantle the farm.
In the heart of Sofia, Bulgaria, a community of Roma Gypsies live in run-down train boxcars without bathrooms or basic sanitation. Placed there by the government more than ten years ago, they struggle to survive, waiting for help that never seems to come.
This portrait of Jason Holliday, a black gay prostitute who dreams of a career as a nightclub performer, is drawn from twelve consecutive hours of filming in a New York City apartment.
Rwanda 94: a complete recording of the theatrical work filmed during its final performances in 2005. The performance involves “around thirty artists of diverse origins and convictions [who] came together to try to take stock of [the Rwandan genocide] through multiple narrative and representational forms, combining reality and fiction: testimonies, conference, spoken and sung choruses, musical compositions, image projections, reporting, theatrical fiction, with actors, masks, and puppets
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