Aleksey is an ordinary young man living in Russia during the 1990s. Like most of his contemporaries, he is looking for a way to survive. The easiest way is the way of crime. He joins a gang. Fortunately, his fate takes a sudden turn and he manages to find the right path. The film also addresses global terrorism, one of the most important and painful issues of today's world. The main characters of the film, together with their American colleagues, take part in a special operation to destroy a band of international terrorists and drug traffickers.
Showing the interior view of the hut in which Dreyfus is confined. The scene takes place at night, showing the moon through the window of the cell. Two guards stealthily approach the cot upon which Dreyfus is sleeping. They awake him and read to him the order from the French minister–M. Lebon–to put him into irons, which they proceed at once to accomplish. Dreyfus vigorously protests against this treatment, which protests, however, fall on deaf ears. The chief sergeant and guards before leaving the hut, inspect the four corners of same by means of a lantern.
Pluto is towing Donald and his little motorboat. He gets distracted by a frog, and the boat runs away from him. While Pluto is struggling with the frog, and then a bedspring, Donald struggles with the outboard motor, which either won't start, or when it does start, has a tendency to destroy the boat.
Советский теплоход «Албанов», столкнувшись с подводной скалой, терпит аварию в Северном море. Пассажиры и команда на шлюпках направляются к прибрежным скалам и находят временный приют. Получив сигнал о бедствии теплохода, отряд водолазов-спасателей во главе с начальником партии — комиссаром Петровым — начинают работы по подъему «Албанова»…
In order to recover the body of her son lost during the war in Bosnia, a grieving, but strong-willed Muslim woman, Halima, must track down her estranged niece, who we find carries a mysterious connection to him.
A sincere provincial young man, Frantisek Koudelka leaves to work in Prague. For the trip he buys a computer made horoscope with biorhythms charts, marked according to his date of birth, there are trappy, precarious, unsuccessful and even critical days and few successful days. The clumsy luckless person Frantisek has finally a guidance for his life.
The Pink Panther turns his hand to building a motorcycle, but mayhem ensues whenever he goes for a drive.
The journey of a Chinese woman and her fellow countrymen as they travel in search of a better place to live, only to end up struggling for survival in the Balkans.
A first part of story about a Soviet spies trying to infiltrate German Intelligence center "Saturn" during and after the WWII.
A young girl heads out for a night of fun but just before she leaves, her mom tells her to "put your coat on".
The Great Road is a 1927 Soviet silent documentary film directed by Esfir Shub. It is the second in Esfir Shub's trilogy of films that began with The Fall of the Romanov Dynasty (1927) and concluded with Lev Tolstoy and the Russia of Nicolai II (1928).
Yugoslav Partizans, captured by Nazis, are sent to concentration camps in distant Norway. The local population help some Partizans survive or flee to neutral Sweden.
In the last days of WW2 two children from former Yugoslavia manage to escape a Nazi concentration camp. They begin a long and dangerous journey home.
John is a socially awkward man in a downward spiral of debt, until a lucky accident propels him into a new career as a black-market pet exterminator. In these difficult times, some families can no longer afford a pet. John has some inventive ways to help them.
Based on a stage play of the same name by the one of the biggest names in the history of Latvian literature Rainis, "Put, vejini" tells a story of an unconventional love that blossoms between the handsome, wealthy and impetuous merchant Uldis and the timid, humble and clear-hearted orphan Baiba.
Everything Put Together is a 2000 film directed by Marc Forster starring Radha Mitchell and Megan Mullally.
The love story between a man and a woman, children of rival fishermen.
В поисках настоящей мужской жизни шестнадцатилетний Васька добрался до Арктики и устроился уборщиком на судно "Кола". Мальчуган понравился всем морякам, кроме угрюмого Росомахи. Однажды капитан "Колы" получил задание отбуксировать с Новой Земли разбитый в военное время пароход "Полоцк" - и четверо добровольцев, среди которых Васька и Росомаха, отправились в опасный рейс на "Полоцке" к Мурманску.
Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is is a BBC television series that was first shown on BBC One from 10 March 2008 to 18 June 2010, then shown on BBC Two from 14 February 2011 to 13 May 2012 where it aired its Food spin-off from 5 May 2009 to 5 June 2009 and then shown back on BBC One since 18 February 2013 where it also aired its Chefs spin-off from 8 April 2013 to 26 April 2013.
Put Up Your Dukes was a sports television talk show that began September 4, 2007, on NFL Network. It features former NFL center, Jamie Dukes. The show aired from Tuesdays through Fridays at 6:30 p.m. Eastern. It is unclear when the show was cancelled, but College Football Now has assumed its time slot and no further airings are scheduled. Dukes remains under contract to NFL Network for other assignments.
Put 'Em Under Pressure is an Irish panel game with a sporting theme hosted by Gráinne Seoige which started on RTÉ One on 18 September 2011. The show's name is taken from "Put 'Em Under Pressure", the official song to the Republic of Ireland national football team's 1990 World Cup campaign. It involves a team of well-known sports pundits battle against a team of Irish sports stars answering questions on their own and other sports. Each team has a resident captain, each of whom is joined by two guest stars.
Finnish sketch comedy television show.
A revealing series of interviews between renowned filmmaker Oliver Stone and Vladimir Putin in which the Russian President speaks candidly on the US Election, Trump, Syria, Snowden and more.
Welcome to a world of futile crushes, sibling brawls, getting drunk too quickly and casting constant aspersions about your friends' sexuality.
Walking with Cavemen is a four-part television documentary series about human evolution produced by the BBC in the United Kingdom. It was originally released in April 2003. It was subsequently presented in the United States as a two-part series by the Discovery Channel and its affiliates. There was an accompanying book of the same title. Like the other Walking with... documentaries, Walking with Cavemen is made in the style of a wildlife documentary, featuring a voice-over narrator who describes the recreations of the prehistoric past as if they were real. As with the predecessors, this approach necessitated the presentation of speculation as if it were fact, and some of the statements made about the behaviour of the creatures are more open to question than the documentary may indicate. Each segment takes the form of a short drama featuring a group of the particular hominid in question going about their daily lives. The intent is to get the human viewer to feel for the creatures being examined, almost to imagine being one of them.