In a Brazilian coastal village where everything seems motionless, Clarice grasps her life in a single day, unlike those she meets and who are living this day like any other. She tries to understand her obscure reality and the destiny of the people around her in a circular time that haunts and disorients.
Ex-military Captain Samantha Williams, is "recruited" to put together a team of ex-military and criminals. Williams must carry out unlawful orders to protect the world's most powerful criminal organization, the US Government.
In southwest Turkey, a Dutch woman helps save the lives of illegal immigrants but is forced to confront the unattended needs of those who love her.
Director Ray Nazarro's 1954 western, originally filmed in 3-D, stars John Ireland and Joanne Dru as fugitive bank robbers who hide out by joining a government expedition bound for California.
The Wild West of the United States: gunsmoke, silver, oil and salt, dust-dry, vast desert landscapes, cacti as tall as houses, ancient boulders and huge canyons that take our breath away. Shimmering heat during the day and freezing cold at night in front of legendary film sets. Numerous monuments of true beauty and transience. All this make up the southwestern United States. The famous Four Corners of Arizona, Nevada, California and Utah is a magnet every year for millions of travelers around the world and a mecca for adventurers, artists and researchers. We invite you on an enjoyable and educational trip to the greatest natural wonder of the world, the Grand Canyon. The breath of death is blowing over the misanthropic Death Valley. We visit magnificent desert gardens with the famous Saguaro cactus and the Joshua Tree Yucca. Time for discovery. Time for relaxation. Time for large real 3D moments.
In this land made famous by George O'Keeffe, you'll discover the secrets of the Southwest along famous Route 66 and the Grand Circle, an area that boasts the highest concentration of national parks in the country, including the grandest canyon of them all. Discover how Monument Valley in Utah and Gallup in New Mexico became cinematic locations, jet-ski in the brilliant blue waters of Lake Powell, and explore the spirit of the Navajo in Canyon de chelly.
Jessica Fletcher searches for a woman who witnessed the murder of a man trying to expose a serious flaw in a top-secret government satellite code.
In the American Southwest, a unique species of wolf unlike any other is making a comeback. Considered extinct nearly 40 years ago, the little-known Mexican gray wolf has, against all odds, slowly pulled back from the very brink. From a founding population of just seven animals, the species has slowly grown to a current wild population of approximately 100. Now, however, the Mexican gray wolf faces a new threat from within: its own genetics.
In 1994, four women were accused, tried, and convicted of the heinous sexual assault of two young girls—as one newscaster puts it, “the modern version of the witchcraft trials.” Twenty years later, the four women have maintained their innocence, insisting that the accusations were entirely fabricated, and borne of homophobic prejudice and a late-’90s mania about covens, cults, and child abuse.
Breathtaking high-definition cinematography transports viewers to natural wonderlands in some of North America's most spectacular Western parks. Viewers will recognize the images and landscape made famous by artist Georgia O'Keeffe as they wend their way through red-rock country, jet-ski in oases in the middle of the desert, navigate a 1,000-foot maze and traverse the famous Route 66.
The surf pounds against a breakwater on which are visible several people standing. The wall looks to be about 20 feet above sea level and extend at least 100 feet into the water. A large wave rolls picturesquely along the wall toward the shore. Smaller waves follow. Then the scene changes to river water flowing. We see both shores: in the foreground a log and tree branch are visible; on the far shore, there appears to be a low wall with trees beyond it. The camera is stationary in both shots.
Southwest Championship Wrestling was a professional wrestling promotion that was owned by Joe Blanchard and based in San Antonio, Texas, from 1978 to 1985, when it was purchased by Texas All-Star Wrestling and absorbed into that company.