We first meet Hemingway as a young boy dominated by the virile figure of his father, Clarence, a doctor devoted to hunting and fishing. When his father commits suicide, young Ernest is so traumatized by the event that its memory will haunt him for the rest of his life.
Theo is a confirmed bachelor until he meets Helen. He promptly makes her a proposal of marriage, to which her father agrees. But, on the day of his marriage, his cab-horse eats the hat of the Florentine, beautiful Pamela, who was out walking with her lover in the forest.
The prelude to Cleopatra’s demise is the main focus of attention, but in this drama Mark Antony’s presence is usurped by the Roman envoy Curridius. Curridius travels all the way from Rome to warn Antony that the powers-that-be are not thrilled with his behavior.
Lemonade: Detroit is about the disarming resilience of a city that can no longer rely on a single industry for its livelihood. Rather than glamorizing ruin porn, Lemonade: Detroit makes hope, optimism, and positivity as intriguing to watch as a train wreck.
David has a wife and young daughter. In a few days he will be moving abroad with his family. The death of his grandfather obliges him to return to the village of his birth and a family he hasn’t seen in years. This trip, which should have ended with the funeral, turns into a long stay.