Speaking in Strings (1999)
Speaking in Strings is a 1999 documentary film directed by Paola di Florio. The film is based on the life of Italian-born violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg, and it received a nomination for Best Feature Documentary Film at the 72nd Academy Awards.
Karzzzz is a 2008 Indian film directed by Satish Kaushik. It stars Urmila Matondkar and Himesh Reshammiya. It is a remake of Karz (1980) and also inspired by The Reincarnation of Peter Proud which itself inspired by Indian film Madhumati. The film opened very strongly upon its release, did better business compared to Aap Kaa Surroor, but later became a disaster at the box office due to its high price selling cost estimated Rs 40cr, sold to Reliance Entertainment by T-Series. The hype created upon the film's trailer and Reshammiya's popularity were reasons behind the high price selling cost. This news was confirmed by Reshammiya during a talk show while promoting his film Radio on ETC channel.
The Bear and the Beavers (1942)
Barney Bear decides the best way to obtain firewood for the winter is to steal it from a community of industrious beavers.
The Forger of London (1961)
The Forger of London (German:Der Fälscher von London) is a 1961 West German crime film directed by Harald Reinl and starring Karin Dor, Hellmut Lange and Siegfried Lowitz. It is an adaptation of Edgar Wallace's novel The Forger, and part of a long-running series of German Wallace films made during the decade.
Bear Raid Warden (1944)
As an overzealous air-raid warden, Barney Bear contends with a noisy owl and a pesky firefly while patrolling the woods.
Family members and colleagues discuss the life and work of documentary filmmaker Raymundo Gleyzer.
The Bear That Couldn't Sleep (1939)
The Bear That Couldn't Sleep is a 1939 animated short film, directed by Rudolf Ising for MGM as part of Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer' Barney Bear series. Released with the movie 6,000 Enemies by MGM on June 10, 1939, the short is notable for featuring the first appearance of Barney Bear. Ising created the character Barney Bear in the late 1930s for MGM at this time, basing the sleepy-eyed character partially on himself.
Dead Boyz Can't Fly (1994)
Three punks enter a Manhattan office building and go on a killing spree.
Loves of a Dictator (1935)
The Dictator is a 1935 British historical drama film directed by Victor Saville and starring Clive Brook, Madeleine Carroll, Emlyn Williams and Helen Haye. The film depicts a dramatic episode in Danish history: the tumultuous relationship between King Christian VII of Denmark and his English consort Caroline Matilda in 18th century Copenhagen and the Queen's tragic affair with the royal physician and liberal reformer Johann Friedrich Struensee. The film is loosely based on real events.
Mekong Hotel (2012)
Mekong Hotel is a 2012 Thai film directed by Apichatpong Weerasethakul. The film was screened in the Special Screenings section at the 2012 Cannes Film Festival.
Dance of the Dragon (2008)
A ballroom dancer and a kung-fu champion compete for a girl's heart.
Pastoral Symphony (1946)
La Symphonie pastorale is a 1946 French language film drama directed by Jean Delannoy and starring Michèle Morgan and Pierre Blanchar.
The film is based on the novella La Symphonie Pastorale by André Gide and adapted to the screen by Jean Aurenche. The film score was by Georges Auric. At the 1946 Cannes Film Festival, it won the Grand Prix (equivalent of the Palme d'Or) and the Best Actress award for Michèle Morgan.
It was the film chosen to be shown at the opening gala of the Cameo cinema in Edinburgh, Scotland, in March 1949, and a rare surviving print with English subtitles was shown there again in 2009 to celebrate the film's 60th anniversary, courtesy of the BFI.
Brush with Fate (2003)
Brush with Fate was a made-for-TV film debuted on February 2, 2003, on CBS. It followed the life of an imaginary painting by Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer as it passes through the hands of various people. The film was based on Girl In Hyacinth Blue, a novel by author Susan Vreeland, and starred Glenn Close and Ellen Burstyn.
The imaginary painting 'Girl in Hyacinth Blue', the principal object in this film, is painted exactly in Vermeer's painting technique by the American master painter Jonathan Janson, author and webmaster of the world-known website about the life and work of Johannes Vermeer "Essential Vermeer".
Machismo: 40 Graves for 40 Guns (1971)
Mexican soldiers relentlessly pursue the American outlaws who raided their country and stole a religious relic.
The Forty-Niners (1932)
California becomes the mecca for treasure hunters when it's learned gold has been discovered there.
Mind Trap (1989)
A movie star avenges her family, slain by invaders of her father's top-secret mind-control dream room.
Sleeping Man (1996)
Sleeping Man is a 1996 Japanese film directed by Kōhei Oguri. The film stars Ahn Sung-ki, Christine Hakim, and Kōji Yakusho. The music is by Toshio Hosokawa. It is produced by Hiroshi Fujikura and Kiyoshi Kenmochi.
A man (John Rose) must decide if he will join his Vietnam-draft-dodging friends in Canada and risk ostracism.
Triumph Of The Wall (2013)
A novice builder in Quebec drastically underestimates the time and effort it will take for him to construct a 1,000-foot-long stone wall on his property.
Loving Couples (1964)
Loving Couples (Swedish: Älskande par) is a 1964 Swedish drama film directed by Mai Zetterling. It was entered into the 1965 Cannes Film Festival.
Fear of Fiction (2000)
Young novelist Sigrid Anderssen (Melissa Leo) is plunged into a strange world of sleepy madness when she tries to fix her writer’s block. To clear her mind, she answers an ad in the newspaper placed by Red, a man who is driving cross-country and needs a partner. Along the way, they pick up Red’s identical twin brother, Tom, and the three embark on a surreal journey, providing a new outlook on life for Sigrid and more writing material than she ever bargained for.
Chick Magnets (2012)
Fitch (Dashiell Wolf) and Ryan (Jason K. Wixom) try to help their pal Truman (Josh Putnam) get noticed by the cutest girl in school; the problem is they are the biggest nerds in their school and have no clue about how to impress girls.
It Happened in Gibraltar (1938)
Gibraltar is a 1938 French drama film directed by Fedor Ozep and starring Viviane Romance, Roger Duchesne, Abel Jacquin and Erich von Stroheim.
Yi Pao Er Hong (2011)
Already Famous is a 2011 Singaporean comedy film and the feature film directorial debut of Michelle Chong, who also starred in the film alongside Taiwanese idol Alien Huang. The movie released on 1 December 2011 in Singapore and was selected as the Singaporean entry for the Best Foreign Language Oscar at the 85th Academy Awards, but it did not make the final shortlist.
I Want You (2012)
I Want You (Spanish: Tengo ganas de ti) is a 2012 Spanish drama film directed by Fernando González Molina, starring Mario Casas, the sequel to Tres metros sobre el cielo (Three Metres Above Heaven). Based on the novel by Federico Moccia, was produced by Zeta Cinema, Antena 3 Films, Crab Films and Globomedia film and distributed by Warner Bros., Pictures International Spain. It was shot in Barcelona between October 28 and December 30, 2012.
Battle Gear (1991)
An Air Force general (David Carradine) sends a squadron to rescue a military expert shot down in Southeast Asia.
Guess What Happened to Count Dracula? (1970)
An aspiring actor offers his girlfriend to Dracula, owner of a prominent Hollywood disco, in exchange for success.
The Physics of Water (2010)
A young boy reveals why he sabotaged his uncle's car.
Aakrosh is a 1980 Hindi arthouse film directed by Govind Nihalani and written by Marathi playwright Vijay Tendulkar. The film starred Naseeruddin Shah, Om Puri and Amrish Puri in lead roles and went to win 1980 National Film Award for Best Feature Film in Hindi and several Filmfare Awards.
Hot Hot Hot (2011)
Hot Hot Hot is a 2011 Luxembourg-Austrian-Belgian co-production film directed by Beryl Koltz.
The Archies in Jug Man (2003)
Archie (Andrew Rannells) and the gang encounter Jughead's (Chris Lundquist) Neanderthal ancestor.
Undercover is a 1983 Australian film.
It was based on an original idea by Miranda Downes, who wanted to make a film based on Australian underwear manufacturer Fred Burley. David Stevens was attracted to the movie because it gave him the chance to make a movie that was fun and glamorous, which said something about Australia.
The investors insisted on an American actor in the cast. Dennis Quaid was originally meant to play the American lead but his involvement was objected to by Actors Equity. Equity did not like Stevens' second choice for the role but approved his third, Michael Pare.
Border Town (2009)
In the five years since human traffickers kidnapped his daughter Vincent has traveled the world and left a bloody wake behind him. Now he has found the town where his daughter is being held and the pimp who's keeping her. Over one night in Solo, Mexico Vincent is determined to fulfill the promise he made years ago; get his daughter back and kill the man who took her.
Excess Flesh (2015)
Excess Flesh is a 2015 American horror film directed by Patrick Kennelly, written by Sigrid Gilmer and Kennelly, and starring Bethany Orr and Mary Loveless. Orr and Loveless play the gorgeous new roommates who share an obsession with food.
Paris Bound (1929)
Paris Bound is a 1927 play by Philip Barry. It was made into a movie in 1929, directed by Edward H. Griffith and starring Ann Harding and Fredric March.
Jump! is a 2008 British-Austrian drama film written and directed by Joshua Sinclair. It starred Ben Silverstone, Patrick Swayze and Martine McCutcheon. It was loosely based on the real-life Halsman murder case. The film was premiered on the 2009 Jewish Film Festival in June 2009. Swayze was unable to attend due to pancreatic cancer.
Love In Bloom (1935)
Love in Bloom is a 1935 American comedy film directed by Elliott Nugent and written by Frank R. Adams, J.P. McEvoy, John P. Medbury and Keene Thompson. The film stars George Burns, Gracie Allen, Joe Morrison, Dixie Lee, J. C. Nugent, Lee Kohlmar and Richard Carle. The film was released on March 15, 1935, by Paramount Pictures.
El resultado del amor (2007)
The Effect of Love (Spanish: El resultado del amor) is a 2007 Argentinian drama film, written and directed by Eliseo Subiela, an Argentinian film director. The film was shot in Buenos Aires and San Luis in Argentina.
The Aztec Mummy Against the Humanoid Robot (1958)
The Robot vs. the Aztec Mummy is a Mexican horror film, the third in a trilogy, directed by Rafael Portillo, starring Ramón Gay and Rosa Arenas. It blends elements of science fiction and horror. The film is the sequel to The Aztec Mummy and The Curse of the Aztec Mummy, and a large portion of it consists of an extended recap of the events from the first two films in the series. The three films were all shot in 1957, one after another without a break in the production schedule.
Ballet Boys (2014)
Ballet Boys is a 2014 Norwegian documentary directed by Kenneth Elvebakk and produced by Indie Film in Oslo. The film is available in both for cinema and television.
Border Flight (1936)
Border Flight is a 1936 American drama film directed by Otho Lovering and written by Stuart Anthony, Arthur J. Beckhard and Ewing Scott. The film stars Frances Farmer, John Howard, Roscoe Karns, Robert Cummings, Grant Withers and Samuel S. Hinds. The film was released on May 29, 1936, by Paramount Pictures.
Men with Beards (2013)
Everyday people tell how their lives have been impacted by extraordinary beards.
Monsters: Dark Continent (2014)
An American platoon stationed in the Middle East is thrust into battle with a new breed of aliens in this epic sequel to Gareth Edwards’ (GODZILLA) cult sci-fi hit, MONSTERS.
Lotte in Italia (1971)
A revolutionary Italian woman falls prey to bourgeois ideology.
Long Lost Father (1934)
Long Lost Father is a 1934 American Pre-Code drama film starring John Barrymore, Helen Chandler, Donald Cook, Alan Mowbray, and Doris Lloyd. It was directed by Ernest B. Schoedsack.
A group of friends on a caving expedition gets trapped within the breeding den of giant centipedes.
Survivre avec les loups (2007)
During World War II, a girl (Mathilde Goffart) befriends a pack of wolves while trekking through the European wilderness.
Za co? (1996)
Za co? is a Polish historical film. It was released in 1995. It is based on the short story What For? by Leo Tolstoy published in 1906.
Line of Credit (2014)
Line of Credit is a 2014 Georgian comedy-drama film written and directed by Salomé Alexi. It was screened in the Horizons section at the 71st Venice International Film Festival.
Portuguese renaissance poet Luis Vaz de Camoes struggles creatively while engaging in a hedonistic lifestyle.
Cathedrals of Culture (2014)
Six acclaimed filmmakers profile classic buildings around the globe: the Berlin Philharmonic, the National Library of Russia, Halden Prison, the Salk Institute, the Oslo Opera House, and the Centre Pompidou.
Animals in the desert absorb water in different ways.
My New Gun (1992)
Diane Lane (Academy Award(r) nominee, 2002 Unfaithful), James LeGros (Lovely & Amazing), Tess Harper (Academy Award(r) nominee, 1986 Crimes of the Heart) and Stephen Collins star in MY NEW GUN, a romantic comedy loaded with sly humor and originality. Debbie Bender (Lane) is a New Jersey housewife whose life is turned upside down when her pompous husband (Collins) gives her a gun for self-protection. But his self-protection plans backfire when their cute but wacky neighbor Skippy (LeGros) "borrow"it. Soon, bullets are flying, strangers and stalkers enter the picture, and a sure-fire, on-targetromantic comedy takes flight.
Mars Project (2012)
Tortured by demonic voices, Khari Stewart receives a diagnosis of schizophrenia. He believes a pair of demons from outer space is trying to control his mind, and he uses a spiritual shaman and drugs to control the voices.
Eternal Amazon (2012)
Filmmaker Belisario Franca examines the possibilities of sustainable use of the Amazon rain forest.
Shep Comes Home (1948)
Shep Comes Home is a 1948 American film written and directed by Ford Beebe for Lippert Pictures. It was a sequel to My Dog Shep (1946).
The Great Mr. Nobody (1941)
The Great Mr. Nobody is a 1941 American comedy film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and written by Ben Markson and Kenneth Gamet. The film stars Eddie Albert, Joan Leslie, Alan Hale, Sr., William Lundigan, John Litel, Charles Trowbridge and Paul Hurst. The film was released by Warner Bros. on February 15, 1941.
I'm Still Alive (1940)
I'm Still Alive is a 1940 American drama film directed by Irving Reis and written by Edmund H. North. The film stars Kent Taylor, Linda Hayes, Howard Da Silva, Ralph Morgan and Don Dillaway. The film was released on September 20, 1940, by RKO Pictures.
Desire in the Dust (1960)
Desire in the Dust is a 1960 film made by 20th Century Fox, directed by William F. Claxton, and produced by Robert L. Lippert. The film stars Raymond Burr, Martha Hyer and Joan Bennett. The screenplay was written by Charles Lang, based on a novel by Harry Whittington.
Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis (1988)
Tokyo: The Last Megalopolis is a tokusatsu historical dark fantasy/science fiction epic film directed by Akio Jissoji, produced by "Exe" studios and distributed by Toho Studios. It is the first cinematic adaptation of the award-winning historical fantasy novel Teito Monogatari by Hiroshi Aramata. The film stars Kyūsaku Shimada, Shintaro Katsu, Kōji Takahashi, Jo Shishido, Junichi Ishida, Mieko Harada, Kō Nishimura, and Shirō Sano among others. With a budget of around 1 billion yen, the movie was one of the most expensive live action Japanese special effects films to have been produced during that decade.
The Last Impresario (2014)
The Last Impresario is a 2013 documentary film about prolific British theatre impresario and film producer Michael White. The film was directed by Gracie Otto, and made its world premiere at the BFI London Film Festival in October 2013, where it was positively received by critics.
The film features interviews with Michael White and many of his close friends and colleagues, including John Cleese, Naomi Watts, Kate Moss, Rachel Ward, Yoko Ono, Barry Humphries, Wallace Shawn, Andre Gregory, John Waters, Jim Sharman, Peter Richardson (British Director), Nigel Planer, Nell Campbell, Lorne Michaels, Jeremy Thomas, Jean-Jacques Lebel, Brian Thomson, Anna Wintour, and Lyndall Hobbs.
The Florida Connection (1976)
The Florida Everglades are the site of an intense search for hidden drugs after a boat carrying marijuana explodes.
Subway Sadie (1926)
Subway Sadie is a 1926 American silent comedy-drama film directed by Alfred Santell. Adapted from Mildred Cram's 1925 short story "Sadie of the Desert", the film focuses on a relationship between New York salesgirl Sadie Hermann (Dorothy Mackaill) and subway guard Herb McCarthy (Jack Mulhall), who meet on the subway and become engaged. However, after Sadie receives a promotion, she must choose between her new job and marrying Herb. The cast also includes Charles Murray, Peggy Shaw, Gaston Glass, and Bernard Randall.
The film began production in May 1926. Arthur Edeson served as cinematographer, shooting around Central Park in areas like casinos and nightclubs. Distributed by First National Pictures, the film premiered in New York on September 12, 1926. Many publications wrote positively of the film, praising its acting and Santell's direction. Today, it remains unknown if a print of Subway Sadie has survived.
$9.99 is a 2008 Australian stop-motion adult animated drama film written and directed by Tatia Rosenthal, with the screenplay by Etgar Keret. The film marks the third collaboration between Rosenthal and Keret. It features a voice cast of Geoffrey Rush, Samuel Johnson, Anthony LaPaglia and Claudia Karvan.
Woman Against Woman (1938)
Woman Against Woman is a 1938 American drama film directed by Robert B. Sinclair and written by Edward Chodorov. The film stars Herbert Marshall, Virginia Bruce, Mary Astor, Janet Beecher and Marjorie Rambeau. The film was released on June 24, 1938, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
War Brides (1916)
War Brides is a lost 1916 American silent war drama film directed by Herbert Brenon and starring Alla Nazimova. The film marked Nazimova's debut in motion pictures. The film's lost status makes it a sought-after title.
Cam Girlz (2015)
Internet sex workers find economic freedom, empowerment, intimacy and creative self-expression from their own homes.
Life, Love & Celluloid (1998)
Actors, academics and others discuss the work of controversial filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder and the future of independent film.
Suspect Device (1995)
Suspect Device is a 1995 American film. It was the first film of the Roger Corman Presents series.
The Devil's Party (1938)
The Devil's Party is a 1938 American film directed by Ray McCarey based on the Borden Chase novel Hells' Kitchen Has a Pantry.
Nuyorican Dream (2000)
Filmmaker Laurie Collyer traces a year in the lives of the Gutierrez family, Nuyoricans who eke out a hardscrabble existence in Brooklyn. Robert, a schoolteacher, has escaped the clutch of poverty, but he's the sole exception. Brother Danny is in and out of jail, sister Beatriz is a former teenage mother with a drug problem, and long-suffering family matriarch Marta quietly struggles to support her grandchildren with what little money welfare and her job as a street vendor provide.
Here Come the Nelsons (1952)
Here Comes the Nelsons is a 1952 American comedy film starring real-life husband and wife Ozzie and Harriet Nelson and their sons David and Ricky Nelson. The supporting cast includes Rock Hudson, Sheldon Leonard, Jim Backus, Gale Gordon, and Chubby Johnson. The film was directed by Frederick de Cordova.
Here Come the Nelsons doubled as the pilot for the television series The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet.
Du Barry, Woman of Passion (1930)
Du Barry, Woman of Passion is a 1930 American Pre-Code dramatic film starring Norma Talmadge, produced by her husband Joseph Schenck, released through United Artists, and based on a 1901 stage play Du Barry written and produced by David Belasco and starring Mrs. Leslie Carter.
This film is the second talking picture of silent star Talmadge and also her last motion picture. Prints of this film survive in the Library of Congress.
Call of the Forest (1949)
Call of the Forest is a 1949 American film.
It was also known as The Flaming Forest and Untamed.
The Los Angeles Times reviewer thought it "seemed to be cramming all the outdoors pictures ever made into one".
A harsh reality forces two ordinary men to begin drinking vodka.
Lucky Stiff (1988)
Lucky Stiff is a 1988 American comedy horror film written by comedy writer Pat Proft and directed by Anthony Perkins. It is his only directing credit apart from Psycho III.
Lili et le baobab (2006)
A photographer (Romane Bohringer) bonds with a village woman while on assignment in Senegal.
Blood of the Dragon (1971)
Blood of the Dragon, also known as The Desperate Chase, is a 1971 Hong Kong/Taiwanese wuxia film starring Jimmy Wang.
Seminole Uprising (1955)
Seminole Uprising is a 1955 American western film directed by Earl Bellamy and starring George Montgomery.
Bella Bettien (2002)
Bettien Martens (Thekla Reuten) builds a successful career in the drug trade until she is arrested.
Miss Montigny (2005)
A young woman dreams of opening a beauty salon.
The Caretaker's Daughter (1925)
A man (Charley Chase) bickers and battles with his wife (Katherine Grant), but his life unravels when he sells his decrepit jalopy to a notorious gangster.
Capital Punishment (2003)
Desperate for money, a man (Richard Driscoll) takes a job that links him to drugs and murder.
History and Memory: For Akiko and Takashige (1991)
History and Memory: For Akiko and Takashige is a 1991 documentary film by Rea Tajiri. In her film, Tajiri recalls her family's experience of the American internment of the Japanese during World War II.
You for Me (1952)
You for Me is a 1952 American romantic comedy film, starring Peter Lawford, Jane Greer, and Gig Young. The film was directed by Don Weis, produced by Henry Berman, with music by Alberto Colombo.
Hot Blooded Woman (1965)
Backwoods bombshell Myrtle marries George, only to find out that George neither can nor wants to satisfy her desires.
Foodies: The Culinary Jet Set (2014)
The interest in haute cuisine has grown exponentially. In the globe-trotting documentary Foodies, we enter the world of the most influential people on the food scene – the foodie.
Protesters rally against an ordinance forbidding groups to gather and sing on Sunday.
Worm is a 2013 American sci-fi/horror film directed by Doug Mallette and produced by Untrademarked Productions. Starring John Ferguson, Jes Mercer, and Shane O’Brien, the film was released by Synapse Films on August 12, 2015.
More Than Just a Game (2007)
More than just a game is a 2007 semi-documentary film directed by Junaid Ahmed. The film shows how political prisoners on Robben Island in South Africa founded the Makana F.A. in 1966. Alternating interviews with Mark Shinners, Anthony Suze, Sedick Isaacs, Lizo Sitoto and Marcus Solomon are intercut with re-enacted scenes.
Gruber's Journey (2008)
Gruber's Journey or Călătoria lui Gruber is a 2008 Romanian drama film directed by Radu Gabrea. It is set in World War II during the Holocaust in Iaşi and was shot on location in Bucharest. The film screened at the Third Annual Romanian Film Festival.
Galaxies Are Colliding (1996)
Weird people approach a dazed Los Angeles man (Dwier Brown) in a tuxedo as he wanders the Mojave Desert.
Student Bodies (1981)
Student Bodies is a 1981 comedy horror film written and directed by Mickey Rose, with an uncredited Michael Ritchie co-directing. A spoof of slasher horror films such as Halloween, Friday the 13th, and Prom Night. Student Bodies was the first film to satirize the thriving slasher film genre. A prominent feature of the film is a body count that is superimposed onscreen whenever a death occurs.
Horror In The Wind (2008)
Scientists engineer a formula that reverses sexual orientation.
The Hawk Is Dying (2007)
The Hawk Is Dying is a 2006 film based on the book by Harry Crews. It was accepted to the 2006 Director's Fortnight Competition at the Cannes Film Festival. It premiered at Cinema Village in New York City on March 30, 2007.
Dynamite Brothers (1974)
Dynamite Brothers, also known by its alternate title East Meets Watts, is a 1974 martial arts and blaxploitation film.
It was filmed on location in Watts, Los Angeles, and San Francisco. It starred football-hero-turned-actor Timothy Brown, who was also known for his role as Spearchucker Jones in the TV series M*A*S*H, and Hong Kong star actor and martial artist Alan Tang. It also starred Aldo Ray as a crooked cop and James Hong in a villainous role. It is a combination of the Blaxploitation and Martial Arts Film genres.
Current and future stars like Tony Liu, Biff Yeager, Phillip Ko, Billy Chan, Mars and Susan McIver of The Golddiggers fame pop up at various stages in the film.
Moonlight & Mistletoe (2008)
Moonlight and Mistletoe is a 2008 Christmas television film directed by Karen Arthur.
After learning that their aunt wants to split them up, orphaned siblings Pablo (Kamlesh Gupta) and Maria (Laura Jane Goodwin) run away from home. While stowing away aboard a train car, they learn about a magical gem called a crystalstone. On their search for the mystical jewel, the pair joins forces with the boozing Captain (Frank Grimes). But to fulfill their quest they'll have to contend with a scary pirate named Hook (Edward Kelsey), who's also after the treasure.
Bang Bang (2014)
Bang Bang! is a 2014 Indian action comedy film, directed by Siddharth Anand, written by Abbas Tyrewala and Sujoy Ghosh, and produced by Fox Star Studios. The film is an official remake of the 2010 Hollywood film Knight and Day, and features Hrithik Roshan and Katrina Kaif, in the lead roles performed by Tom Cruise and Cameron Diaz, respectively, in the original. The main antagonist of the film is Danny Denzongpa. The film was distributed and marketed by Fox Star Studios in collaboration with Fox International Productions worldwide.
A man (Rupert Everett) seeks advice after losing his status with the Parisian jet set.