It's an action-packed thriller that borders on horror centered around the effects of the opioid Oxycontin.
A masochistic cop, who hides her predilection from her cop husband, gets involved in pursuing a kidnapper nicknamed Harry for Harry Houdini
Krishna Prasad is an NRI who comes to India to marry Shruti, daughter of Raghupathi, a revered man in their village. But someone seems to be targeting the family and is out to kill them. Who is after the family and why is what 'Oxygen' is all about.
Oceana, West Virginia—known as “Oxyana” after its residents’ epidemic abuse of OxyContin—is a tragically real example of the insidious spread of drug dependency throughout the country. Set against an abandoned coal mining landscape to the melodies of Deer Tick’s haunting score, this unflinchingly intimate documentary probes the lives of Oceana’s afflicted and exposes the day-to-day experience of a town living in the harsh grip of addiction.
Oxycise! is an exciting new development in the field of weight loss and health. University studies show Oxycise! burns calories at a dramatically higher rate than conventional exercises. Using the amazing power of oxygen you will unlock your body's natural ability to burn fat, reshape your body and reduce stress while you enjoy increased energy and vitality.
In this story set in near future, a group of young rebels, hippies and 1968 protesters want to cede and make an independent Island from the Mainland. A journalist who came to the Island to make a report about political summit that takes place there gets involved in the clash between young rebels and establishment.
Two young man share an incurable illness. Is their love for the women in their lives strong enough to conquer their fear of dying?
Oxygen is a free re-enactment of a real case: a man who tried to cross the Danube illegally using an oxygen cylinder, to escape the communist Romania.
A team of scientists explore a new planet and find much more than expected.
1 Human 2 This Is Your Life 3 Somebody Told Me 4 For Reasons Unknown 5 The World We Live In 6 Tranquilize 7 Bling (Confession of a King) 8 Shadowplay (Joy Division cover) 9 Smile Like You Mean It 10 Spaceman 11 A Dustland Fairytale 12 Read My Mind 13 Mr. Brightside 14 All These Things That I've Done Encore: 15 Bones 16 Jenny Was a Friend of Mine 17 When You Were Young
Two people play out a story of love and desperation that's enacted through music in this drama from writer and director Ivan Vyrypaev. Sasha (Alexei Filimonov) is a man in his twenties who lives in the small town of Serpukhov and has fallen in love with a woman who is also named Sasha (Karolina Gruszka).
Jean Michel Jarre's spectacular high-tech concert in Moscow on September 6, 1997, celebrating the city's 850th birthday.
A live recording of Jean Michel Jarre, playing Oxygene on the original instruments with variations throughout.
'Oxygen for the Ears: Living Jazz' is a story of the trials and triumphs of jazz in America. Every jazz tune has a starting point - a simple note - from which the music starts its journey and rises. 'Oxygen for the Ears' portrays Washington D.C. as such a departure point for its documentary story, 'Living Jazz'.
As part of the Oxygene 30th Anniversary Tour, Jean Michel Jarre performed 10 Oxygene concerts in Paris, from December 12 to December 26, 2007. The concerts took place at the Théâtre Marigny, a small, 1000 seats theater located in the Champs-Élysées.
There are 94 naturally occurring elements, from Hydrogen to Plutonium. Together they make up everything in the world. The stories of the elements are intimately connected to the stories of our own lives. Everything we use and create is made from them. Our own bodies are mostly made from just 6 of the elements. They affect our lives in countless ways, and their stories reveal our relationship with our resources and the patterns of our economies. They are the untold stories of our physical existence.
Jarre was invited for a concert celebrating the 850th birthday of Moscow. His largest concert up-to-date. A VHS tape was released in the USA in 1998 and NTSC DVDs were released in Brazil, Chile (Send Music Records SMD 008) and USA in 2000 and Europe version in 2007.
Special two disc (CD + PAL/Region 0 DVD) pressing of the 2007 digitally remastered 30th Anniversary edition of this influential Electronic album features a bonus DVD that contains a live performance filmed in HD, behind the scenes footage, 5.1 surround sound mix of the album and more. Famed for it's melodic lushed spaced-out Electronica, this is the album that captured keyboard maestro Jarre at his zenith. The lead single 'Oxygene IV' is one the most recognizable Electronic pieces in recent history. The son of famed French film composer Maurice Jarre, Jean-Michel Jarre is a synthesizer wizard, who had a number of instrumental hits, beginning in 1977 with "Oxygene", the success of which propelled him to pop-star status. In the ensuing decades, he has continued releasing albums and mounting enormous stage spectacles around the globe