The story of a New York pro baseball team and two of its players. Henry Wiggen is the star pitcher and Bruce Pearson is the normal, everyday catcher who is far from the star player on the team and friend to all of his teammates. During the off-season, Bruce learns that he is terminally ill, and Henry, his only true friend, is determined to be the one person there for him during his last season with the club. Throughout the course of the season, Henry and his teammates attempt to deal with Bruce's impending illness, all the while attempting to make his last year a memorable one.
A Christian documentary about a German missionary Elisabeth Johanna Shepping also known as the Joseon Teresa; her beautiful life, sincere service and sacrifice to life.
Bill and Ginny are invited by a naturalist friend to take care of his home in Africa while he is away, and they find themselves adopted by three orphan elephants.
A movie by Hideki Inaba.
Sgualo and Pelo burrow through an underground tunnel to break into the Bank Piazza Minghetto.
A pitcher on a major-league baseball team finds out that his catcher is desperately trying to hide something, he is dying of a terminal disease and he doesn't want the owner to find out and fire him.
When a young man looking for a good driving instructor for his mother receives a recommendation by an employee in one of the specialized driving schools to hire Hend (Ayten Amer), he soon starts falling in love with her.
Three friends out to disprove cannibalism meet two men on the run who tortured and enslaved a cannibal tribe to find emeralds, and now the tribe is out for revenge.
Depicts a man who gets into a motorcycle accident, his wife Mei, younger sister, and mother. It also tells the story of Ying, a young woman, who is murdered in their home, policeman Jing who is investigating the case, and his wife Yin, who is having an affair with a fellow policeman. They are all connected. The more Jing tries to solve the case, the more cryptic their relationship becomes, and past memories come to light.
Former TV star Michael struggles with alcoholism after his show is cancelled. He ends up dating a woman from AA who ends up dead and he is the prime suspect. He later meets and falls in love with a beautiful woman who does not care about the accusations. Eventually signs point to her being unstable and possibly a killer.
On a hot summer night in New Orleans, Angel and Dee prowl the French Quarter looking for prey. They, however, don't know they're being hunted themselves by a man bent on revenge.
A detective agency gives a complex smuggling case to the seemingly absent-minded PI Boetie Flenters - never thinking he will solve it. Monica Terblanche (alias Hester Smith) is blackmailed to smuggle diamonds by Da Silva (aka Hennie Gous) and his accomplice. In return, she will receive the negative of an incriminating photo of her father. The investigation takes Boetie to the village of Geenfontein. When he bungles things he is fired and takes jobs as a bus conductor, hospital porter, lifeguard, lounge singer and plumber. Then he meets Hester, who explains her predicament, and they decide to work together.
An hour-long documentary about author Laurens van der Post, whose autobiographical novel was the basis for the film "Merry Christmas Mr. Lawrence" directed by Nagisa Oshima.
Members of rock band Anakin Project have their own jobs as a cultural activist, a carpenter, and a barista. Yet, they share interest and passion in community-level activism, peace and ecology. The director makes a suggestion to the members to travel to Christiania for their summer music festival, to observe and talk with people who come to take part in the event and learn about the community’s administration, politics, economy, culture, art, and etc. The members of Anakin travel to the summer festival and enjoy their time performing and communicating with the people in Christiania. As they leave Christiania closing the film, it is only the beginning of a new chapter for the members who will return with to Korea and spread their experience.
Going Nowhere Slowly is a South African cult travel-orientated television series directed by David Moore. It follows a number of off beat travellers as they cruise across Southern Africa, in an old American muscle car. Along the way, the characters share their thoughts and experiences, many times ending up in sticky situations, such as running out of gas, falling out of moving cars and with the occasional injury they move through the least travelled spots to find the unique and crazy people who bring the magic to those destinations. The show is completely unscripted. They travelled a total of 150 000 km in 176 episodes through the following countries, South Africa, Namibia, Zambia, Swaziland, Lesotho, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania and Madagascar This show managed to launch some of the characters careers as comedians, the well remembered characters include Vivienne Vermaak, Stuart Taylor, Marc Lottering, Ian Roberts and Fiona Coyne It has aired on SABC3 since 2005, when the first 13-episode season was shown. It was renewed by the SABC for an additional 153 Episodes over 6 more Seasons, the Series ended in 2009 after airing 176 episodes in 7 Seasons . In the United States, it is syndicated for broadcast on The Africa Channel. A book for the second season, Red Car Diaries, was published in 2006. This hit show syndicated across the planet, has become the most successful travel documentary out of Africa.