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After World War II, an American officer serving in Italy faces news of his terminal illness with stoic disregard. Determined to spend his weekend in quiet solitude, he commandeers a military driver to facilitate a simple duck hunting trip and a visit to his old haunts in Venice. As his plans begin to unravel, a chance encounter with a young countess begins to kindle in him the hope of renewal.
When Jean de Carrouges, a Norman knight, returns from combat in Scotland to find his wife, Marguerite, accusing Jacques LeGris, her husband’s old friend and fellow courtier, of brutally raping her, the knight takes his cause before the teenage King Charles VI.
Despite having no tennis background, Richard Williams overcomes tremendous hardship, skepticism and his own troubled past to raise two of tennis' greatest players, Serena and Venus Williams.
The story of Ronald Reagan's life from boyhood to Hollywood actor to leader of the free world.
Explores the life and music of Elvis Presley from the perspective of his manager, Tom Parker.
Born in London as Mary O'Brien in 1939, Springfield became the finest white soul singer of her era, scoring such hits as "I Only Want to Be With You" and "I Just Don't Know What to Do With Myself." In 1969, Springfield released what is widely considered her masterpiece, "Dusty in Memphis," an album that yielded the classic "Son of a Preacher Man" but was a commercial failure. The singer battled substance abuse and a decline in artistic fortunes that ended only when she dueted with the Pet Shop Boys for 1990's "What Have I Done to Deserve This?" She died in 1999 at age 59 after a long battle with cancer.
Set in Baltimore, a kid from the Westside is eager to join the ranks of the 12 O'Clock Boys, a group of urban dirt-bike riders.
Jim Connelly, a screenwriter who’s recovering from a nervous breakdown, is cared for by his wife Anne. He begins writing a new script about a jealous husband who kills his unfaithful spouse. As fact and fiction start to blur, Connelly soon becomes a wanted man in his wife’s real life disappearance.
Based on the true story of Hope Stout, a 12-year-old girl who, when diagnosed with a life-threatening disease, set out on a mission to fund the wishes of all the other health-challenged children in her part of North Carolina.
Location: US - North Carolina
Follows Charles Young (Henry), an introverted editor living a vertical life in his 2nd-floor apartment, who is always on deadline and in a rut. When Charles locks himself out of his building, he’s forced to go horizontal and confront the world he’s been avoiding in search of a way back inside.
Follows a young woman (Atkins) who is told that her death is imminent by a mysterious group of people who all start dying one by one. The woman must let go of the past and reconcile with her estranged twin sister who is suffering from alcohol addiction.
Location: US - California
Follows Ruth Harkness, a 1930s New York socialite who unexpectedly takes over her late husband's expedition and becomes the first person ever to bring a live giant panda out of China and to the world's attention.
Explores adult film star Vanessa Del Rio’s roller-coaster life, first as a street walker and burlesque dancer who then becomes one of the most popular stars of the VHS era.
An action thriller ripped out of the headlines about a troubled young high school student who was charged with drug possession (played in the film by Edouard Phillipponnat) and who is forced to go undercover to expose a drug kingpin.
Set in current day Los Angeles follows Daphne (Woodley), a thirtysomething woman navigating love and heartbreak over the course of one year. During that time, she will unlock the secrets to her life in a sudden turn of events and in the most surprising of places.
Set in Oklahoma in the late 1800s, a gang of black outlaws go on a mission to kill a man, who leads a gang of murderous bandits.
The film follows the efforts of Kenneth Feinberg, a powerful Washington lawyer put in charge of the September 11th Victim Compensation Fund (also known as the 9/11 Fund), who, in almost three years of pro bono work on the case, fights off the cynicism, bureaucracy and politics associated with administering government funds. In doing so, he discovers what life is worth.
After the loss of his wife, Bill Ponder and his 17-year-old son move out of their small town into the big city to get a fresh start. As they begin to adjust to their new life, they both find comfort in newfound romance, growing apart and back together again while discovering their true selves in the process.