Josh is on track at law school and a place at his father's firm. As his family prepares for their traditional Passover celebrations, Josh hits a brick wall in the form of the alluring and troubled -and not quite Jewish enough- Cheryth. As things heat up at the dorm and at home, Josh is suddenly questioning his faith, his father and his future. Passion and new love collide with family values and the demands of tradition.
A documentary about two young pastors determined to help people with addictions to pornography.
An ex-newspaper woman who is now a suburban housewife can't resist getting involved in an investigation of the murder of a philandering dentist who had been having affairs with several of her neighbors.
Shifting Positions is a semi-autobiographical/fictional trilogy exploring becoming queer later in life, my father's dementia, and our mid- and end-of-life crises. The selling of our family home of forty years prompted the making of the first section, entitled 'Last Home', which investigates the ways memories and spirits inhabit a house. In the remaining two sections— 'Napping' and 'Behavior Of Fascination'—the relationship between father and daugther is looked at through 'home movies' and documented intimate moments of private life
Nine characters gathered around their own bog, live their virtual lives, fostering the illusion that they are somebody else.
Dipicts the Red Army's defensive belt and rather elaborate troop positioning against the Nazi invasion of Soviet territory in 1941.
Part of the Nazi film series "Die Frontschau" (The Front Show), produced for and shown only to German troops, supposedly to prepare them for the 1941 assault on Soviet troop positions. Numer 9 in that series.
A lovely, poetic, humorous and crystal investigation of mankind standing, sitting and lying down. - John Wasserman
the third episode in the TV original of Female Ninjas Magic Chronicles.
The love story between a man and a woman, children of rival fishermen.