Susanne and Christian get to know each other during a wonderful week in summer - and fall in love. This, however, leads to conflicts: up to now, Susanne has been living with Wolfgang, a biologist. This shared life was harmonious and based on mutual trust. Wolfgang is not only resolute and in full command of social situations; he has also always been the stabilizing force in the relationship. This is precisely why Susanne now feels drawn to the unsettled, unsteady and frivolous Christian, the complete opposite of the calm, well-balanced Wolfgang. And Christian, working as a shift boss on a natural gas derrick, has become more aware of his personal and social responsibilities as a result of loving Susanne.
Film by Jiri Jahn.
Storks deliver babies…or at least they used to. Now they deliver packages for a global internet retail giant. Junior, the company’s top delivery stork, is about to be promoted when he accidentally activates the Baby Making Machine, producing an adorable and wholly unauthorized baby girl...
Slovakia's submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film in 2007
Alexandre, a TV reporter, is working for a few days in a border town, where a lot of refugees from Albania, Turkey and Kurdistan are packed in. Among them, he notices an old man and thinks he his an important greek politician who disappeared misteriously a few years ago. Back in Athens, he asks this politician's former wife to come and identify him. A slow and dry meditation about inhumanity of borders.
The Larry Storch Show is an American Comedy/Varitey show that aired live on CBS from July 11, 1953 to September 12, 1953. The series was the summer replacement for The Jackie Gleason Show.
Jonathan, a young academic teams up with Max, an amateur ornithologist, to follow storks on their migration from Switzerland to Africa. When Max is found dead in mysterious circumstances, Jonathan decides to make the trip alone. Following the route of the birds, Jonathan discovers dark secrets surrounding Max’s death. A mesmeric thriller from literary luminary Jean-Cristophe Grange.