It (2017)

Seven kids, known as the ‘Losers Club’, are united by their horrifying encounters with a clown called Pennywise (Bill Skarsgård), responsible for the missing children in their town of Derry. 27 years later It returns and kids start disappearing again, so they reunite to kill Pennywise for good.

My Annoying Brother (2016)

My Annoying Brother (Hangul: 형; RR: Hyeong; lit. "Older Brother") is a 2016 South Korean comedy drama film starring Jo Jung-suk, Do Kyung-soo and Park Shin-hye. It was released in South Korea by CJ Entertainment on November 23, 2016. The film topped local box office and hit more than one million views within four days of its release. The film reached 3 million views in mid December. The film was released in Japan on May 19, 2017.

The Cheerleaders (1973)

The Cheerleaders (UK theatrical title: The 18 Year Old Schoolgirls) is a 1973 comedy film directed by Paul Glickler, starring Stephanie Fondue and Denise Dillaway. The film was made in the summer of 1972 in the cities of Cupertino, California and Sunnyvale, California. The high school scenes were shot at Monta Vista High School in Cupertino, California. The administration of Monta Vista high school claimed to not be aware of the racy elements and theme of the movie. Many of the football player extras were recent graduates of local high schools from these two cities. The red uniforms in the film representing the home team high school Amarosa High School were actual uniforms of Fremont High School in Sunnyvale, California from that same year. One of the identified extras is Carl Ekern, who later played professional football for the Los Angeles Rams. He was a student football player at San Jose State University when the movie was made. The film's success spawned a series of sequels during the 1970s.

The Lord of the G-Strings: The Femaleship of the String (2003)

The Lord of the G-Strings: The Femaleship of the String is a 2003 American made for cable erotic film written and directed by Terry M. West. It is based on the novel The Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien.

I'm Still Here (2010)

I'm Still Here is a 2010 American mockumentary comedy-drama film directed by Casey Affleck, and written by Affleck and Joaquin Phoenix. The film purports to follow the life of Phoenix, from the announcement of his retirement from acting, through his transition into a career as a hip hop artist. Filming officially began on January 16, 2009 at a Las Vegas nightclub. Throughout the filming period, Phoenix remained in character for public appearances, giving many the impression that he was genuinely pursuing a new career. The film premiered at the 67th Venice International Film Festival on September 6, 2010. It had a limited release in the United States on September 10, 2010 before being expanded to a wide release a week later on September 17. Although widely suspected to be a "mockumentary", the fact that the events of the film had been deliberately staged was not disclosed until after the film had been released.

The Arbalest (2016)

A successful toy inventor (Mike Brune) reflects on his lifelong obsession with a woman (Tallie Medel) who apparently hates him.

Everybody Loves Somebody (2017)

Everybody Loves Somebody is a 2017 Mexican romantic comedy film written and directed by Catalina Aguilar Mastretta and starring Karla Souza and José María Yazpik.

Clandestine (2016)

When hard drugs invade a small town, local and federal law enforcement agencies find themselves working together. Navigating through local politicians and junkie informants, the team seeks to root out a sinister network of meth cooks and dealers.

11 Days, 11 Nights 2 (1990)

Lusty New Orleans writer (Kristine Rose) rubs elbows with heirs.

Felicity (1978)

Felicity is a 1978 Australian romantic drama and sexploitation or Ozploitation film starring Canadian actress Glory Annen and written and directed by John D. Lamond.

Beaches (2017)

Beaches is a 2017 American television drama film directed by Allison Anders and written by Bart Baker and Nikole Beckwith. It is a remake of the 1988 film of the same name. The film stars Idina Menzel and Nia Long. The film premiered on Lifetime on January 21, 2017.

The 24 Hour War (2016)

The Ford/Ferrari rivalry at Le Mans is one of the most famous in racing history. It started in 1963 when Henry Ford II tried to buy Ferrari to save the ailing Ford Motor Company, which was being crushed by GM and the Corvette on the track and at the dealerships. After months of negotiation, Enzo Ferrari said no, refusing to allow Ford to interfere with what he loved the most: racing. Henry Ford II was furious and vowed to build a racecar that would dethrone Ferrari.

The Legend Of Ben Hall (2017)

After two years on the run, bushranger Ben Hall considers surrendering to the law when his old friend John Gilbert entices him back into the game. Taking on fresh recruit John Dunn, the gang rides again, and before long they become the most wanted men in the country. When they are declared outlaws, the three decide to flee forever. As Hall seeks to make peace with his tortured past, a trusted friend becomes an informant. The law sets a cunning trap for the outlaws, and on the cold morning of May 5th 1865, Hall emerges alone from his camp... and walks into legend forever.

Crooked House (2017)

In Agatha Christie’s most twisted tale, the suspicious circumstances surrounding the death of a wealthy patriarch is investigated by spy-turned-private-detective Charles Hayward (Max Irons), who is lured by his former lover to catch her grandfather's murderer before Scotland Yard exposes dark family secrets. On the sprawling estate, amidst a poisonous atmosphere of bitterness, resentment and jealousy in a truly crooked house, Hayward encounters three generations of the dynasty, including a theater actress (Gillian Anderson), the old man's widow 50 years his junior (Christina Hendricks), and the family matriarch Lady Edith de Haviland (Glenn Close).

Snow Queen (2012)

The Snow Queen is a 2012 Russian 3D computer-animated adventure fantasy comedy family film written by Vadim Sveshnikov and directed by Vladlen Barbe and Maxim Sveshnikov. It was produced by Wizart Animation studio in Voronezh and is loosely based on the story of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen, co-produced by Moscow's Inlay Film, and distributed by Timur Bekmambetov's company Bazelevs. The movie was edited by Jonathan Abelardo, Vitaliy Konovalov, Anton Maslennikov, Mark Mercado, Ivan Titov and Denis Vakulenko, music composed by Brainstorm and Mark Willott and also produced by Timur Bekmambetov, Alexander Ligaiy, Yuri Moskvin and Sergey Rappoport. The movie was released on 31 December 2012 in Russia, and internationally on 3 January 2013. In the United States, it was released in video on demand on 10 October 2013, in theaters stateside on 11 October 2013, and DVD on 28 January 2014. The Snow Queen created the world of eternal winter where the polar wind cools human souls and clearness of lines obscure emotions. A girl named Gerda, her pet ferret Luta, and Orm the troll must save her brother Kai and the world.

Beyond Redemption (2016)

Master stuntman Brian Ho (X-MEN: DAYS OF FUTURE PAST) stars in this action-packed thriller as undercover cop Billy Tong, who infiltrates the inner circle of a powerful gang in order to prove his loyalty to its leader (Don Lew, stunt performer in STAR TREK BEYOND). Venturing deeper and deeper into Vancouver’s seedy underbelly, Billy must maintain his cover if he wants to crack a high-stakes case involving those with dangerous connections to the Triad—at the risk of losing his own identity and his old life in the process.

Haunting Desires (2004)

A reporter uncovers the sizzling nightlife of vampires and demons while researching a story on after-hours clubs.

My Christmas Love (2016)

A hopeless romantic (Meredith Hagner) begins receiving the gifts from "The 12 Days of Christmas" from an anonymous suitor.

Frankenstein's Bloody Nightmare (2006)

Sent over the edge by the death of the woman he loved, a brilliant man uses a reanimated corpse to murder young women and harvest their body parts.

Midnight Sonder (2016)

Midnight Sonder is a 2016 British independent drama feature film written and directed by Mayuren Naidoo and starring Evan Jones, Sheldon Philbert and Marcia Tucker. It is director Mayuren Naidoo's feature film debut. The film was released on 9 December 2016 on Amazon Video in the United Kingdom, United States, Germany and Japan.

Snatched (2017)

After her boyfriend dumps her on the eve of their exotic vacation, impetuous dreamer Emily Middleton (Amy Schumer) persuades her ultra-cautious mother, Linda (Goldie Hawn) to travel with her to paradise. Polar opposites, Emily and Linda realize that working through their differences as mother and daughter - in unpredictable, hilarious fashion - is the only way to escape the wildly outrageous jungle adventure they have fallen into.

Satisfaction 1720 (2016)

In 1720, at the close of a hard-fought war, a naval hero (Jakob Oftebro) has no idea what he should do with his life.

Emmanuelle in Rio (2003)

Emmanuelle in Rio is a 2003 made-for-television erotic film, directed by Kevin Alber and produced by Alain Siritzky from a script by Alber.

El moro de Cumpas (1977)

A town bets everything it has on a horse.

The Nudist Story (1960)

The Nudist Story is a 1960 British film set at a nudist colony. It was released in the U.S. as Pussycat's Paradise, and is also known as For Members Only.

Faded Finery (2014)

When a little girl befriends a pack of coyotes, her village does not take kindly to the act.

Masaan (2015)

Masaan (Crematorium) —also known as Fly Away Solo in English—is a 2015 Indian drama film directed by Neeraj Ghaywan. The directorial debut film is an Indo-French co-production produced by Drishyam Films, Macassar Productions, Phantom Films, Sikhya Entertainment, Arte France Cinema and Pathé Productions. It was screened in the Un Certain Regard section at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival winning two awards. Ghaywan previously assisted Anurag Kashyap on Gangs Of Wasseypur.

Corbari (1970)

Corbari (also known as Mission Corbari) is a 1970 Italian war-drama film written and directed by Valentino Orsini. It is based on real life events of Italian partisan Silvio Corbari.

Worlds Apart (2015)

Worlds Apart is a 2015 Greek drama film directed by Christoforos Papakaliatis. It consists of three separate narratives, each following a love story between a foreigner and a Greek. Each story represents a different generation falling in love during a time of socioeconomic turmoil that dominates Southern Europe as a whole, only to connect as a single story in the end.

American Wrestler: The Wizard (2017)

American Wrestler: The Wizard is a 2016 sports biographical film set in the world of competitive high school wrestling, and starring William Fichtner, Jon Voight, Ali Afshar, Gabriel Basso, Kevin G. Schmidt, Lia Marie Johnson and George Kosturos. In 1980, 17-year-old Ali Jahani escapes Iran after the Iran hostage crisis and must adjust to life in a small California town only to face more hostility in America due to the hostage crisis. Wanting to fit in, Ali joins the school's wrestling team and becomes the squad's star member. Ali faces a mountain of adversity everywhere he turns, but through determination and with a chance to change how others see him, Ali must step up and learn to be a hero against all odds.

Hickey (2016)

A coming of age comedy, it's the story of a super smart kid who has one day to save the store he hates, in order to win the heart of the girl he loves

Flesh (2017)

Estranged brothers (Nasir Rahim, Wardell Richardson), on opposite ends of the law, become caught up in the machinations of a human trafficking cartel.

2 Years of Love (2016)

Samantha has her dream life: a strong career in radio with her own relationship advice show, a wonderful husband, John, and supportive friends and family. As the couple argues about having a baby, John decides to anonymously call into Samantha's show looking for advice. The more advice she gives, the more connected Samantha feels to Pierre in a way she can't explain. Now, she must decide if her and John can really make it as a couple after all.

Nothing Good Ever Happens (2016)

When Neil's long-term girlfriend moves out, he accidentally drinks a glass of bleach and is put on a suicide watch as he tries to get his life back together.

ABCs of Death 2.5 (2016)

ABCs of Death 2.5 is a 2016 American anthology horror comedy film produced by Ant Timpson, Ted Geoghegan and Tim League. It contains different shorts, each by different directors. It is a sequel to The ABCs of Death and ABCs of Death 2. It is composed of the best selections from the 540 shorts that were submitted for the previous film. It is described as, "a highlight reel for the next generation of horror filmmakers." It premiered at the inaugural Nightmares Film Festival October 20, 2016 in Columbus, Ohio.

Paranormal Retreat (2014)

In central Pennsylvania, a professional paranormal team travels to a haunted house and ends up uncovering more than it could have imagined. Eventually, the footage is found and turned over to the police.

Walnut Creek (1996)

A rancher, his wife and his daughter each fall prey to the seductive charms of a newly hired manager.

Outlaw: Gangster VIP (1968)

Outlaw: Gangster VIP is a 1968 Japanese crime film directed by Toshio Masuda. The film stars Tetsuya Watari who plays Goro, a gangster who was sent to prison for three years for stabbing a hitman who belonged to the rival gang called the Aokis. On his release from prison, Goro finds out his gang is in decline and learns that the hitman he stabbed is still alive.

Illicit Lovers (2000)

When a man (Steve Curtis) loses an accounting job, his wife (Michelle Perry) arranges for him to become a paid escort.

Sabata the Killer (1970)

Bank robbers go on the run after a heist when the bank's manager hires a posse to track them down.

Carnal Sins (2001)

A sexually inhibited woman (Brandy Davis) takes a mentor (Anthony Skordi) in the world of nude photography.

3 Türken & ein Baby (2015)

The lives of three Turkish brothers are turned upside down when one of them suddenly has to take care of his ex-girlfriend's baby.

Born (2014)

A coppersmith and his sister face social and political upheaval in 18th-century Barcelona.

Broke, Busted, & Disgusted (2016)

Exploring the issues facing American students today, including the rising costs of education and the consequences of taking on massive student loan debts.

Extortion (2017)

At a Caribbean resort, Kevin Riley (Eion Bailey, "Ray Donovan") and his family take a carefree boat ride that turns tragic when they’re stranded on an island. Near death, they’re rescued by a local fisherman (Barkhad Abdi, CAPTAIN PHILLIPS) who demands a million dollars, then vanishes. Riley must race to find his dying wife (Bethany Joy Lenz, "Dexter") and son on an unfamiliar island before their time runs out. Also starring Danny Glover (SAW), EXTORTION shows that even paradise can be deadly.

Go North (2017)

In the aftermath of an unknown catastrophe, a community left with zero living adults has descended into a modern-day Lord of the Flies, run by a small cabal of what had been the jocks occupying the athletic and social upper crust of the local high school, headed by Caleb (Patrick Schwarzenegger. Faced with the bleak despair of their situation, Josh (Jacob Lofland) and Jessie (Sophie Kennedy Clark) strike out on a dangerous journey into the unknown to find family and hope for the future, with Caleb and his vicious underling Gentry (James Bloor) in hot pursuit.

Denial (2016)

Based on the acclaimed book History on Trial: My Day in Court with a Holocaust Denier, DENIAL recounts Deborah E. Lipstadt’s (Academy Award® winner Rachel Weisz) legal battle for historical truth against David Irving (Cannes Award winner Timothy Spall), who accused her of libel when she declared him a Holocaust denier. In the English legal system, the burden of proof is on the accused, therefore it was up to Lipstadt and her legal team to prove the essential truth that the Holocaust occurred.

I Am Gangster (2015)

A rebellious teen (Gilberto Ortiz), a gang member (Abraham Bobadilla), and an idealistic rookie cop (Rick Mancia) all battle to find their places in the crumbling fabric of modern America.

The Karma Killings (2016)

This exploration into one of India's most infamous serial killings goes beyond the headlines to unravel the complexities of the case.

Lost in Florence (2017)

When Eric Lombard proposes to his girlfriend Colleen during a romantic trip to Florence, he is shocked when she turns him down and heads back home. Heartbroken, he stays behind with his cousin Anna and her Italian husband who introduces him to calcio storico, an ancient form of football played every summer in Florence that combines rugby and street fighting. As a former college football star, Eric is a natural at the sport, and while many of the local Italians have their reservations about an American playing their beloved game, he proves himself again and again on the field and ultimately wins their approval. During his time in Florence, Eric finds himself falling for Stefania, the girlfriend of his teammate Paolo. As their clandestine relationship heats up and the all-important final game approaches, Eric finds himself at a crossroads – caught between friendship and love, having to decide what he really wants and how hard he’s willing to fight for it. Beautifully capturing the pageantry and brutality of calcio storico, as well as the gorgeous Italian landscape, Lost in Florence is an intoxicating and unforgettable journey.

Big Business (1924)

Big Business is a 1924 American short silent comedy film directed by Robert F. McGowan. It was the 22nd Our Gang short subject released.

The Babymooners (2017)

Two weeks before the birth of her first child, a woman recounts her reluctant journey to motherhood in a video letter to her son.

Pet Fooled (2016)

Pet Fooled (stylized PET FOOLED) is a 2016 American independent documentary film exploring the pet food industry with interviews from veterinarians and pet owners whose pets died, they allege, due to commercial packaged pet food. After premiering at the Catalina Film Festival on 2 October 2016, the film had an "on demand theatrical run" via Gathr, after which it became available on VOD platforms on 10 January 2017. The film is currently available to Netflix subscribers, as a digital download on iTunes or as a physical DVD via Amazon. The film, produced by Myla Films and directed/narrated by Kohl Harrington, was distributed by Gravitas Ventures.

The Mechanics of Love (2017)

A tech entrepreneur is shocked to learn that her father's auto repair shop is in the red. She soon learns that a charming childhood friend wants to buy the struggling business.

Love Clinic (2015)

A young female urologist opens an office in the same building as a male obstetrician. Eventually, they become entangled in a romance that allows them to grow and heal together.

Outlaw: Black Dagger (1968)

Street gangs go to war for control of the Kansai region.

Outlaw: Gangster VIP 2 (1968)

A yakuza enforcer attempts to put his dark past behind him but is dragged back to his old ways.

Outlaw: Heartless (1968)

A yakuza enforcer collects on a gambling debt.

Scars of Youth (2008)

In a post-apocalyptic world, groups of people are governed by white-suited agents of some ominous force. A young man struggles to come to terms with his bleak existence while trying to save his mother from the grip of a strange black fluid.

Outlaw: Kill! (1969)

A lone wolf unwittingly gets swept up in a yakuza war when he saves a young woman from hoodlums.

The Lost Choices (2015)

The Lost Choices is a 2015 British drama film written, directed and produced by Jamie Thomson. The film is set on the Kent coast, in which two boys are subjected to different forms of abuse, the consequences of which are finally played out some twenty years later. The film was shot in Ramsgate, Kent during Summer 2011 over a 3-week period on a microbudget and picked up by Metrodome Distribution and released on September 14, 2015. Due to budget constraints, the film contained a large portion of untrained actors from the local area, involved a small crew of 6 and used locations of families and friends. The main cast included Lou Murrall, James Kenward, Anna Brook, Callum Pease, Levi Hart, Mark Wingett and Gabriel Thomson.

Wounded (2013)

Wounded (Spanish: La herida) is a 2013 Spanish drama film directed by Fernando Franco.

Little Red Riding Hood (1922)

A witch exacts revenge on the man who rejected her love.

Deep Throat Part II (1974)

A well-meaning nurse finds herself targeted by a handful of would-be espionage agents.

Chissà perché... capitano tutte a me (1980)

Everything Happens to Me (Italian: Chissà perché... capitano tutte a me) is a 1980 Italian children's comedy movie starring Bud Spencer and child actor Cary Guffey. It is a direct sequel of the 1979 movie The Sheriff and the Satellite Kid and is also known under the title Why Did You Pick on Me?

Killing for Love (1995)

Guests begin to disappear during a weekend gathering at the mountain cabin of a schlock movie producer.

Allyson Is Watching (1999)

An inhibited actress finds motivation by spying on a next-door neighbor's erotic activities.

The Lickerish Quartet (1970)

The Lickerish Quartet (original UK title: Erotic Quartet) is a 1970 Italian drama film produced and directed by Radley Metzger. It was filmed in Italian and later dubbed into English. The film was written by Metzger and Michael DeForrest.

The Night That Never Happened (1997)

Libidos flare during wedding preparations, at the bachelor party and at the reception.

The Exotic House of Wax (1997)

In an unusual wax museum, the statues strip down when the temperature rises.

Virtual Encounters 2 (1998)

Lusty college students major in sex education at a virtual-reality company devoted to erotic fantasies.

Hollywood Sins (1999)

A Hollywood agent sacrifices his career for an affair with his boss's wife.

Lip Service (1999)

The abduction of a famous porn star gives the sexy members of a detective agency ample chance to go under the covers.

Andromina: The Pleasure Planet (1999)

Universal party girls are the quarry of space pilots who want to make the most of their three-day pass.

Close Enough to Touch (2002)

A couple meet their gorgeous new neighbor, and they have no idea how she will change their lives.

Sinful Temptations (2001)

A potentially fatal web of lies is spun as a wife tries to become a fashion model against her husband's orders.

Passion Crimes (2001)

A mobster on trial intends to ensure his acquittal by kidnapping his defense attorney's fiancee, the prosecutor.

Spiderbabe (2003)

SpiderBabe is a 2003 American made for cable erotic film. It is loosely based on the character Spider-Man created by Stan Lee and published by Marvel Comics. The film was written by John Fedele and Terry West, and directed by Johnny Crash. Erin Brown, better known within the genre as Misty Mundae, stars as the title character.

The Teasers (1975)

La liceale (internationally released as The Teasers, Under-graduate Girls, Sophomore Swingers and Teasers) is a 1975 commedia sexy all'italiana directed by Michele Massimo Tarantini. The film is considered the real breakout title for Gloria Guida and generated a "Liceale" film-series which consists of five titles, four of them starred by the same Guida. It was followed by La liceale nella classe dei ripetenti.

Emanuelle: Queen of Sados (1980)

She's (Laura Gemser) blackmailed by the hit man she hires for her spouse.

Ghostland: The View of the Ju'Hoansi (2017)

A group of Ju'Hoansi bushmen journey through Europe.

Fast Lane To Vegas (2001)

Strippers and sex-starved aliens are a few of the pleasant distractions experienced by two traveling buddies (Stephen Harvard, Steve Curtis).

Dangerous Invitations (2002)

A couple's attempt to spice up their sex life with a third partner yields nightmarish results.

A Frozen Christmas (2016)

Santa, his reindeer and the elves recount their favorite Christmas stories.

Thank You, Del: The Story of the Del Close Marathon (2015)

A celebration of improv comedy, the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater and Del Close.

Viva Amiga (2017)

In a world of green on black, they dared to dream in color. 1985: An upstart team of Silicon Valley mavericks created a miracle: the Amiga computer. A machine made for creativity. For games, for art, for expression. Breaking from the mold set by IBM and Apple, this was something new. Something to change what people believed computers could do. 2016: The future they saw isn’t the one we live in now. Or is it? From the creation of the world’s first multimedia digital art powerhouse, to a bankrupt shell sold and resold into obscurity, to a post-punk spark revitalized by determined fans. Viva Amiga is a look at a digital dream and the freaks, geeks and geniuses who brought it to life. And the Amiga is still alive.

Sleigh Bells Ring (2016)

A busy single mother (Erin Cahill) begins organizing her city's Christmas parade. While prop hunting, she finds a beautiful sleigh that seems to have a mind of its own, and it begins nudging her back to an old flame (David Alpay).

A Rose for Christmas (2017)

Andy is a passionate artist whose family has been building Rose Parade floats for generations. When her Dad gets sick, Andy is forced to take the helm and supervise the construction and decoration of their clientÕs float. And to make matters worse, sheÕs saddled with the extra challenge of dealing with a demanding businessman whose company commissioned the float.

The Darkest Universe (2016)

The Darkest Universe is the second film from BAFTA nominated directors Will Sharpe and Tom Kingsley. The film premiered at the London Comedy (LOCO) film festival in April 2016 and subsequently screened at the East End Film Festival. The film was written by Tiani Ghosh and Will Sharpe and was shot over a three-year period from 2013 to 2015. It is set on the canals of London and tells the story of the disappearance of a young couple on a narrow boat.

Heroes Don't Come Home (2016)

A broken promise forces two men to consider who they were and who they've become.

Meendum Oru Kadhal Kadhai (2016)

Meendum Oru Kadhal Kadhai is a 2016 Tamil musical romance film directed by Mithran Jawahar, starring Walter Philips, Isha Talwar in the lead roles. It is a remake of the Malayalam film Thattathin Marayathu.

Unakkul Naan (2016)

Unakkul Naan [I'm Within You] is a 2015 Tamil film directed by Venkatesh Kumar G.

Sins Of The Guilty (2016)

A dancer leaves her suburban family behind to pursue her dreams in the city. She begins a relationship with an abusive man, eventually turning to a psychic for guidance when everything spirals out of control.

The Invoking: Paranormal Dimensions (2016)

Evil poltergeists, the living dead and fiendish forces wreak havoc upon the living.

54321 (2016)

54321 is a Tamil language Indian psychological thriller film written and directed by Ragavendra Prasad, who makes his directorial debut. The film features Shabeer Kallarakkal, Aarvin and Pavithra in lead roles, with Rohini, Pasanga Sivakumar and Ravi Raghavendra playing supporting roles.

Sincerely, Me (2016)

Eli, a high school kid, struggles with self-loathing and the pressure to fit in. When his mother passes and his father begins to disconnect, Eli turns to abusing prescription drugs to escape his depression.

The Misfortunes of Francois Jane (2016)

A man is ruined by his obsession with a woman.

Alcoholist (2017)

An alcoholic spends all his time spying on his neighbor, waiting for the right moment to kill him.

The Fighter's Ballad (2012)

A confused, angry man breaks into a church. The priest inside offers him a chance at redemption.

Messner (2012)

Reinhold Messner becomes a world-renowned mountaineer.