Raju (Skanda or Suraj), Winnie (Vani Kishore), Udhayan (Manikuttan) and Cherry (Ramesh Pisharody) who are close friends forms a music troupe. In the meantime, Raju starts an affair with a young girl named Jyothi (Ananya). But one day jyothi left hostel without telling anything to Raju. Winne's parents try to get her married off to a Police Officer named Aniyan (Jayasurya). Even though this marriage doesn't takes place, something drastic happens. They now has to face Aniyan, who confronts them as a police officer.
This film powerfully documents New York City's gay community's response to the AIDS crisis as they are forced to organize themselves after the government's failure to stem the epidemic. Activists who are interviewed include playwrite Larry Kramer, People With AIDS Coalition co-founder Michael Callen (who died of AIDS in 1994), New York filmmaker and journalist Phil Zwickler, as well as representatives from ACT-UP, Queer Nation and the Gay Men's Health Crisis. (queertheory.com). POSITIVE is von Praunheim's first part of his AIDS trilogy. Together with part 2: SILENCE=DEATH he won the TEDDY JURY AWARD 1990.
Years ago, when Abhijit was a boy, he learned his father was involved in extramarital relationships. He kept it secret for several years, until tension rose too high and he left for Cape Town. Time passes and Abhijit is called by his mother. His father had contracted the AIDS virus. It was up to Abhijit to be the bigger person to comfort his father, even after all he had done, in his last moments of life.
A year after she is brutally raped, Dallas housewife Julie Kenner still can't shake the horror of the attack. Her mental state worsens when she learns that the man responsible will soon be paroled. Determined to seek revenge, Julie devises a unique and ingenious brand of Texas justice. Through legal loopholes, she methodically creates an entirely new identity -- Bobbie King, a sultry barfly and the perfect bait for her attacker.
A popular high school girl finds out that a boy she slept with is HIV positive.
The movie is about a girl who can't decide whether she should be with the one she loves or should continue pursuing her career as a drama artist.
Sex Positive explores the life of Richard Berkowitz, a revolutionary gay S&M hustler turned AIDS activist in the 1980s, whose incomparable contribution to the invention of safe sex has never been aptly credited. Mr. Berkowitz emerged from the epicenter of the epidemic demanding a solution to the problem before the outside world would take heed. Now destitute and alone, Mr. Berkowitz tells his story to a world who never wanted to listen.
A funny snowboard production for those who love looking at painful failures combined with great school of trick.
HIV+ youth bravely share their stories and battle stigma in this compelling documentary.
The narrator/filmmaker is Peter Adair (Word is Out) and the disease is the HIV virus. Adair has asked 11 people — women and men, gay and straight, from all walks of life — to share their stories. Alternately irreverent, candid and soulful, this stirring film is not about being sick; it is about being true to the emotional complexity of being mortal.
If you had a prolonged terminal illness and money was no object, would you manipulate euthanasia so that you could die on your own terms? This story examines how the protagonist Mark uses his wealth to help create a euthanasia roller coaster. A roller coaster so powerful, it causes cerebral hypoxia, thus suffocating your brain ensuring a euphoric death.
When a lesbian couple decides to have a child, they devise a plan that could allow them to forgo artificial insemination: One partner will play it "straight" in order to become sexually involved with a man and get pregnant. But the plan goes awry and much hilarity ensues in this unconventional yet heartwarming take on the "modern" family.
Gay Positive is the story of one man trying to bring to attention the outdated ban on gay men donating blood in the United States of America. This documentary is meant to inform and educate people on this controversial issue. A woman who recently received her nursing degree presents facts that could suggest that in order to keep our blood supply clean and abundant, we must update our current screening process for potential donors. By taking the camera to the streets, Gay Positive captures the opinions of people from many walks of life regarding how they feel about the ban today. One of the questions posed was, "If you were in need of a blood transfusion and the donor was healthy, would it concern you if this generous individual was a gay male?" Recent history proves that when tragedy strikes, donor centers are often in short supply and struggle to meet demand. The ban forces organizations such as The Red Cross to reject willing, disease-free, healthy individuals.
16 year old Dennis is angry. His Mum is dead and he has a problem with aggression. When he falls in love it all just seems to get worse: because Dennis is HIV positive and he'll have to tell Sara if he is to win her heart.
Angela Lansbury, successful film and television actress, stars in this documentary about her personal program for fitness and well-being. "Easy does it" is the basis of Angela's proposal for a better quality of life.
Thabo, Thabiso and Moalosi are young, attractive and deal openly with their HIV status. Nearly a third of the population in Lesotho is HIV positive.
The film uses slides - photographic planes - which show different surfaces and finishes of a wall, which have been erroded by time. Kren stacks the positives and negatives of these pictures quickly one after the other, so that a moving relief-type structure develops through this combination of "two eyes." A mysterious ambiguous image manifests itself before us, surrounded by all kinds of possible mythological connotations. What is there to see?
Documentary of Brooklyn bar band The Hold Steady featuring backstage interviews, fan commentary and live footage. Also, drinking.
Comedian Sam Morril performs. Topics include why babies seem racist; why porn is more body positive than women's magazines; and an awful customer service experience with an airline.
Un outil inestimable pour comprendre votre oiseau et pour modifier ou éviter les comportements inappropriés. Chapitres: Comportement inné vs comportement acquis Enrichissement du milieu Taille de plumes Morsures Cris Le picage Attachement exclusif à une personne
Proof Positive was a reality television paranormal investigation show broadcast by the SciFi Channel beginning in October 6, 2004 through December 8, 2004. It was shown as part of the "SciFi Wednesday" evening schedule line up in the United States along with other reality television programs as Scare Tactics and Ghost Hunters. Proof Positive ran for ten episodes. The show was hosted by actress Amanda Tapping of Stargate SG-1 and Sanctuary.
Film student Kim Hwandong reunites with his ex, popular drama actress Bang Hyejeong to make his debut film. Hwandong struggles with such things as casting and budget, which reality does not make easy.