Three brothers (Abe, Ben and Josh) work together in a Lower East Side fabric shop. On a Saturday afternoon, just after a joyful and family lunch at their Jewish mothers, Josh gets brutally shot in the street in front of his brothers. Abe wants to know what happened.
Fragments of a Saturday winter day. The Vittenzein brothers are alone at their family house. Mateo stops by to pick up his cousins and drive them to the country house where their mother awaits. A sudden break slam brings these cousins into the intimacy of a waste land.
In 1969, 400 poorly paid black women went on strike to demand union recognition and a wage increase. A testament to the courage of these women who would not be humbled, I Am Somebody is both an inspiring film and an important historical record.
Tony Malatini, a puppeteer, is in love with Suzanne, a dancer whose career seems to be over when she’s injured in a fall. She starts out dominated by a manager who not only tries to force her to marry him, but takes all credit for her success, claiming “I am Suzanne!”
Sylvia, a seasoned clairvoyant, is hired to rid a family’s home of a spirit named Emily who has been wreaking havoc in the house and on the inhabitants. When Sylvia cannot banish the ghost, she is forced into a patient/therapist relationship with Emily…
Eleven-year-old Violette finds her own identity through the utopian vision of the letters which Rosa Luxembourg wrote from her prison cells in 1917. She put into action her patient plans to run away, to go East, and follow the traces of her heroine’s fatal odyssey.
I am the Rape is a cinematic interpretation of the eponymous poem by Dambudzo Marechera. Bhagat’s film interprets the poem with audiovisual aids and supplements it with staged and documentary images of the traumatic biography of the author and the presence of Zimbabwe.
Nobody knows In-hwa’s pregnant, except her closest friend, who persuades her to put the baby up for adoption. In-hwa reluctantly abandons the infant. As time goes by her yearning for the baby grows stronger. In-hwa, who only has the adoptive family’s address in France, decides to go there.