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.
Another kind of road movie. Two sisters – played by two striking actresses – accompany their dead mother by ambulance across Thailand. They have grown apart, but the journey and the circumstances force them to come closer to each other. A secret will be revealed.
At a tender age, life has thrust her into a world that knows only of hardship and sadness a world often reserved for older people and not to someone as young as her. Poverty has not only denied her of adolescence, it has forced her to carry the burden of looking after her sickly mother.
Takada, a successful novelist who’s about to turn 60, has struggled with writer’s block since the death of his wife. When the beautiful new waitress at his favourite bar shows unusual interest in him, Takada starts to believe he might be able to conquer his loneliness.
Old-school professional bank robber Roy Earle is sprung on parole from an Illinois prison by dying gang leader Big Mack in order to do one last big jewelry heist in a remote resort hotel in the High Sierras and fence the goods in LA. Roy meets in Chicago with crooked ex-cop Jack Kranmer.
On the heels of Minnelli’s successful debut Cabin in the Sky, his second Hollywood assignment was this zany Red Skelton vehicle (an update of Buster Keaton’s Spite Marriage) in which the comedian stars as a pants presser enamored with a Broadway star.