A small-town doctor helps a deaf-mute farm girl learn to communicate.
A documentary that follows a young French girl living in children's home from the age of nine to the age of twentythree.
While attempting to set up a communal garden in the poverty stricken rural community of Hatcher, Bill Richmond becomes aware of a silent, mute, disheveled girl by the name of Belinda. He soon learns that she is considered mentally handicapped by the community, and by her harsh father and aunt, who initially rebuff all attempts at communication and assistance from Bill. He persists in making contact, and discovers that Belinda is actually deaf. He realizes that he can communicate with her using sign language, and teaches her to sign. Gradually, Belinda's world opens up but life is not all smooth sailing, however, as Bill deals with the sneers and jeers of the town's bad boy, Kyle Hager and his group of rowdy friends.
The scenario ( and the story ) depends on an original idea, what if our lives change in a second to a totally different one in which we find everything we hate to do. That's not only a bad dream, it is truly a different life and it seems you get used to it. Müjde Ar plays one of her finest characters with some vague silliness.
A woman is terrorized in a deserted car park. Short film from 1980.
1980s pop icon Belinda Carlisle shows she's still got the beat as she presents some of her greatest songs in this concert video filmed during a performance in 1990. Selected from both her successful solo career as well as her stint as a vocalist from the Go-Gos, this collection of songs includes "Runaway Horses," "Our Lips Are Sealed," "Heaven Is a Place on Earth," "We Got the Beat," "Mad About You," "I Get Weak," "Valentine" and more.
16 year old Australian girl Belinda (Deanne Jeffs) wants to become a ballerina. To makes ends meet, she takes a job as an exotic dancer in a Sydney cabaret. Eventually, she is able to reach her goal, but not before experiencing humanity at best and worst of times.
Belinda is a Mexican telenovela that aired in 2004 on TV Azteca's Azteca 13. It starred Leonardo Garcia and Mariana Torres as protagonists.