Double Deal (1939)
Double Deal is a 1939 American drama with an all-black cast (a genre at the time called "race films"), written by Arthur Hoerl, produced by George Randol, directed by Arthur Dreifuss and released on the independent states-rights market by Sack Amusement Enterprises and Astor Pictures Corp.
Space Probe Taurus (1965)
Space Probe Taurus is a 1965 science fiction/action/drama film.
Mundasupatti is a 2014 Indian Tamil-language period comedy film written and directed by Ram Kumar, starring Vishnu and Nandita in lead roles while Kaali Venkat, Ramdoss, and Anandaraj play supporting roles. Produced by Thirukumaran Entertainments' C V Kumar in association with Fox Star Studios, it features music by Sean Roldan, editing by Leo John Paul and camerawork by P V Sankar. Based on a short film Ram himself shot in 2011 for the TV show, Naalaya Iyakunar, the film is set in the 80s in a fictional village called Mundasupatti, where people believe bad luck will befall them if they are photographed. The story illustrates what happens when two photographers visit the village. Mundasupatti released on 13 June 2014 to positive critical response.
Ruby Red (2013)
Ruby Red (German: Rubinrot) is a 2013 German fantasy film based on the book with the same name by Kerstin Gier. A sequel was produced in 2014 under the title Sapphire Blue (German: Saphirblau), followed in 2016 by Emerald Green (German: Smaragdgrün).
In the Swimming Pool, Palm Beach, Florida (1905)
In the Swimming Pool, Palm Beach, Florida is a 1905 silent short actuality/documentary film photographed by G. W. Bitzer.
It was produced and distributed by the American Mutoscope and Biograph Company.It is a surviving film.
Virgin Sacrifice (1959)
A jungle hunter (David DaLie) kills a jaguar and fights a tribal leader (Antonio Gutierrez) to save a girl (Angelica Morales) in Guatemala.
The Conjugal Bed (1963)
A 40 years old man, Alfonso, finally succeeds to marry a virgin, educate, beautiful and very catholic woman. But soon she, Regina, starts stressing him because she wants to be pregnant.
Deep Breath (2001)
On a fateful day on his uncle's farm, a French teen (Pierre-Louis Bonnetblanc) takes his first unsettling steps to becoming a man.
What a Wonderful Place (2005)
What a Wonderful Place (Hebrew: איזה מקום נפלא - Eize Makom Nifla) is a 2005 Israeli drama film directed by Eyal Halfon. It includes three seemingly unrelated storylines which intersect at the end, set in southern Tel Aviv, the Arabah and an unidentified Israeli urban suburb. The film deals with issues of trafficking of women and the lives of foreign workers in Israel.
Before the Revolution (2013)
The last days of the Israeli community in Tehran, before the Islamic Revolution of 1979.
The Spiral Staircase (1975)
The Spiral Staircase is a 1975 British horror mystery thriller film directed by Peter Collinson, starring Jacqueline Bisset and Christopher Plummer. It is a remake of the 1945 film of the same name.
Wagons West (1952)
Wagons West is a 1952 American western film directed by Ford Beebe, which stars Rod Cameron, Noah Beery Jr., and Peggie Castle.
The Sport of Kings (1931)
The Sport of Kings is a 1931 British comedy film directed by Victor Saville and starring Leslie Henson, Hugh Wakefield and Gordon Harker. It was based on a 1924 play of the same title by Ian Hay.
The film was made by Gainsborough Pictures at Elstree Studios. Its sets were designed by Walter Murton.
Survive the Savage Sea (1992)
Whales capsize a couple's (Robert Urich, Ali MacGraw) schooner, making their family's dream voyage a matter of life and death.
Last of the Great Survivors (1984)
Elderly tenants are defended by a social worker (Pam Dawber) whose new boyfriend (James Naughton) has condemned their home.
Helium is a 2014 short film by Danish film maker Anders Walter.
Game For Vultures (1979)
Game for Vultures is a 1979 British thriller film starring Richard Harris, Joan Collins and Richard Roundtree. It was directed by James Fargo and based on a novel by Michael Hartmann set during the Rhodesian Bush War.
Man from Cheyenne (1942)
Man from Cheyenne is a 1942 American film starring Roy Rogers.
Souls of Sin (1949)
A young actress leaves her home in the South for the bright lights of Harlem.
The Sixth Part of the World (1987)
A Sixth Part of the World (Russian: Шестая часть мира, Shestaya Chast Mira), sometimes referred to as The Sixth Part of the World, is a 1926 silent film directed by Dziga Vertov and produced by Kultkino (part of Sovkino). Through the travelogue format, it depicted the multitude of Soviet peoples in remote areas of USSR and detailed the entirety of the wealth of the Soviet land. Focusing on cultural and economic diversity, the film is in fact a call for unification in order to build a "complete socialist society". A mix between newsreel and found footage, Vertov edited sequences filmed by eight teams of kinoks (kinoki) during their trips. According to Vertov, the film anticipates the coming of sound films by using a constant "word-radio-theme" in the intertitles. Thanks to A Sixth Part of the World and his following feature The Eleventh Year (1928), Vertov matures his style in which he will excel in his most famous film Man with a Movie Camera (1929).
Les chèvres de ma mère (2014)
A shepherd nearing retirement sponsors a young farmer. As the seasons pass, the transmission process turns into a difficult experience for both of them.
Kærlighedens smerte (1992)
Pain of Love (Danish: Kærlighedens Smerte), (1992), is a Danish dramatic tragedy written and directed by Nils Malmros. It stars Anne Louise Hassing and Søren Østergaard in a beautiful but bitter story about a young college student whose small setbacks in school and relationships lead her toward an inexorable descent into suicidal depression.
What's Up Doc? (1950)
What's Up, Doc? is a Looney Tunes cartoon directed by Robert McKimson and released by Warner Bros. Pictures in 1950 to celebrate Bugs Bunny's 10th birthday that year, in which he recounts his life story to a reporter from the "Disassociated Press". Bugs talks about his birth, his rise to fame, the slow years, and when famous Vaudeville performer Elmer Fudd chooses him to be part of his act. Eventually the duo comes upon their classic formula of Hunter vs. Hare. The short also was the first to use the title card music which would continue to be used in Bugs Bunny's cartoons.
The Boy Who Saved Christmas (1998)
A boy must stop Santa's evil twin, Atnas, from reversing Christmas.
Gaslight Follies (1945)
Four-part documentary (each part of which was also available as a short subject) relating to films and other customs of the 1910s and 1920s, consisting of: 1) "Stars of Yesterday", a parade of closeup shots of about 45 silent-era film stars ranging from Marie Dressler to Dolores Costello, Tom Mix and Tony (the horse) to Douglas Fairbanks; 2) "Time Marches Back", a compilation of about a dozen newsreel items ranging from the 1899 Jeffries-Fitzsimmons prize fight thru Babe Ruth's early days with the New York Yankees, and also personalities such as Teddy Roosevelt at home and the inauguration of Prince Edward; 3) a filmed Victoria stage melodrama, "The Drunkard", originally produced by Louis Weiss in the 1930s; and 4) a de-subtitled reprise, possibly edited, of the 1915 motion picture "East Lynne", with satirical narration and sound effects...
Moonlight Sword And Jade Lion (1977)
Traitors to an ancient Chinese dynasty favor the appeasement of enemies while pretending they are still loyal.
The Deadly Game (1954)
Whilst on holiday in Spain, Philip Graham (Lloyd Bridges) meets his old war comrade Tony Roscoe. Suddenly Tony has to return to London and he asks Philip to drive his car back for him. Whilst in the car, Philip finds an envelope containing microfilm. Back in London Philip goes to Tony's flat, only to discover Tony has been killed. Despite fearing the danger he is getting into, Philip is determined to find the truth.
Gates of the Night (1946)
Gates of the Night (French: Les Portes de la nuit) is a 1946 French film that was directed by Marcel Carné. It starred Serge Reggiani and Yves Montand. The script was written by Carné's long-time collaborator Jacques Prévert. The film made its debut in the United States four years after its official release in France. It introduced the much-recorded popular song "Autumn Leaves" (French: Les feuilles mortes).
After a group of friends have a swimming party, headaches and heartaches give way to a terrifying race back to civilization as a deadly virus takes hold.
A woman behaves like a man and is loved and hated by the neighborhood.
Blue Tide (2014)
Hiroto, a former surfing champion, is suspected of killing two women when they go missing after dating him.
Demons 2 (1986)
There's a scary movie on television and the residents of a luxury high-rise building have their eyes glued to their sets. Unfortunately for a young birthday girl, an eternal demonic evil is released through her TV and partygoers soon find themselves fighting an army of murderous monsters! Acid blood, demonic dogs, possessed children and rampaging zombies wreak havoc for the trapped tenants! Starring Coralina Cataldi-Tassoni (Dario Argento's OPERA), Bobby Rhodes (DEMONS), and a young Asia Argento in her very first film role, DEMONS 2 is a jaw-droppingly gory film from the golden age of Italian splatter films! Features an amazing soundtrack of 80s rock/heavy metal by The Smiths, The Cult, Dead Can Dance, Art of Noise, Peter Murphy and MORE!
Selam is a Turkish Drama film. It was released on March 29, 2013 and it runs for 104 minutes. The film follows the lives of 3 teachers as they leave their loved ones behind to help educate children in rural areas. This epic story directed by Levent Demirkale is based on true events that are taking place in Senegal, Afghanistan, and Bosnia and Herzegovina.
In 1977, during the Argentinian dictatorship, a former Navy pilot disobeys orders and becomes a fugitive. While hiding out in a small town, his presence catches the attention of the corrupt and violent local marshal.
Guns of Loos (1928)
The Guns of Loos is a 1928 British silent war film directed by Sinclair Hill and starring Henry Victor, Madeleine Carroll, and Bobby Howes.
Kærlighed ved første hik (1999)
Kaerlighed ved forste hik (Love at First Hiccough) is a 1999 Danish drama film based on the novel by Dennis Jürgensen.
Triage: Dr. James Orbinski's Humanitarian Dilemma (2008)
The former head of Doctors Without Borders returns to Africa to help the people.
Freedom from Choice (2014)
Filmmaker Tim Delmastro examines the choices Americans make in their daily lives, from food and medicine to finances and the media.
Swamp Devil (2008)
Swamp Devil is a 2008 Canadian horror film directed by David Winning, and stars Bruce Dern, Cindy Sampson and Nicolas Wright. It is the 13th film of the Maneater Series.
Little Black Spiders (2012)
In 1978, Katja, a pregnant 16-year-old, arrives at a Catholic facility for unwed pregnant teenagers. She makes friends with the other teens and discovers the nuns have secret plans for their babies.
American Wilderness (1970)
The survey includes a giant polar bear, wild stallions, bighorn sheep, rams butting and bear cubs playing.
Special Effects: Anything Can Happen (1996)
Special Effects: Anything Can Happen is an American documentary film directed by Academy Award-winning sound designer Ben Burtt and narrated by John Lithgow. It was released to IMAX theaters in 1996.
Dark Carnival (1993)
When a group of students put together a haunted house for Halloween to raise money, they discover someone or something is in the house with them.
A journalist (Cynthia Preston) begins having hallucinations while on assignment to write about a mental-hospital patient who can predict people's deaths.
Ballerina is a 1937 French ballet film directed by Jean Benoit-Lévy and Marie Epstein, starring Yvette Chauviré, Mia Slavenska and Jeanine Charrat. The original French title is La mort du cygne, which means "the death of the swan". It tells the story of a 12-year-old girl who fears that her favourite performer at the Paris Opera will be replaced by a Russian ballerina, and sets out to engineer an accident for the rival.
The film is based on the 1933 short story "La mort du cygne" by Paul Morand. The choreography was done by Serge Lifar. The film was remade in the United States as The Unfinished Dance, released in 1947.
Badman's Territory (1946)
Badman's Territory is a 1946 American Western film starring Randolph Scott. It was followed by the loose sequels Return of the Bad Men (1948) and Best of the Badmen (1951).
The Theme (Russian: Тема, translit. Tema) is a 1979 Soviet comedy film directed by Gleb Panfilov. It tells the story of an egotistical playwright who thinks of himself as an artist, but who allows the system to make him write conformist plays.
The film was heavily censored on its release in 1979. The full version was not released until 1986; this version was awarded the Golden Bear at the 37th Berlin International Film Festival.
Hanzo the Razor: Sword of Justice (1972)
Hanzo the Razor (かみそり 半蔵, Kamisori Hanzō) is a fictional character featured in the trilogy of Japanese chanbara films of the same name. The films star Shintaro Katsu as the title character. He also produced the trilogy through his own Katsu Productions.
After the decline of Daiei at the end of the 1960s, Shintaro Katsu established his own independent production company in 1967 called Katsu Productions. In 1972, Katsu Productions released the chanbara film trilogy with the Hanzo the Razor: Sword of Justice based on a gekiga by Koike Kazuo. The series is about a law enforcer, during the Edo who interrogates female victims with his large penis.
The Green Butchers (2003)
Svend and Bjarne work for a butcher in a small Danish town. Fed up with their boss' arrogance, they decide to start their own butcher shop. After dismal beginnings, an unfortunate accident happens which coincides with a large order of meat. One hasty decision leads to another and soon the business thrives. In the meantime, Bjarne has to deal with his twin brother who has been in coma for years following a gruesome car accident.
Next Time I Marry (1938)
Next Time I Marry is a 1938 American comedy film directed by Garson Kanin and written by John Twist and Helen Meinardi. The film stars Lucille Ball, James Ellison, Lee Bowman, Granville Bates and Mantan Moreland. The film was released on December 9, 1938, by RKO Pictures.
Arsène Lupin Returns (1938)
Arsène Lupin Returns is a 1938 American mystery film directed by George Fitzmaurice and written by James Kevin McGuinness, Howard Emmett Rogers and George Harmon Coxe. The film stars Melvyn Douglas, Virginia Bruce, Warren William, John Halliday, Nat Pendleton and Monty Woolley. The film was released on February 25, 1938, by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
Prometheus Triumphant (2009)
When a small town is ravaged by a deadly plague, a young doctor's secret lover dies. The doctor asks a mysterious masked figure known as the Creator to help him conduct experiments to bring her back from death's cold embrace.
Given a six-hour pass after a tour of duty in India, several British Tommies try to unravel their domestic tribulations before having to ship out again.
Against the Wind (1948)
Against the Wind is a black-and-white British film directed by Charles Crichton and produced by Michael Balcon, released through Ealing Studios in 1948. Against the Wind is a World War II sabotage/resistance drama set in occupied Belgium, starring Robert Beatty, Jack Warner and Simone Signoret (in her first English-language film role).
Full Speed (1934)
Full Speed (Italian: Tempo massimo) is a 1934 Italian comedy film directed by Mario Mattoli on his debut.
Ride a Violent Mile (1957)
Ride a Violent Mile is a 1957 American Western film directed by Charles Marquis Warren and written by Eric Norden. The film stars John Agar, Penny Edwards, John Pickard, Bing Russell, Richard Shannon and Charles H. Gray. The film was released on November 24, 1957, by 20th Century Fox.
H-2 Worker (1990)
H-2 Worker is a 1990 documentary film about the exploitation of Jamaican guest workers in Florida's sugar cane industry. It was directed by Stephanie Black, and won the Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize for documentaries in the 1990 festival. It was shot in Belle Glade, Clewiston, and Okeelanta, Florida as well as Jamaica and includes cane fields and worker camps (Ritta Village, Prewitt Village) owned by US Sugar Corporation and the Okeelanta Corporation. The cane harvesters were brought in to perform the autumn harvest of sugar cane under the H-2A Visa program. The Jamaicans replaced earlier generations of Bahamian seasonal workers who in turn replaced migrant labor recruited from the Cotton Belt (region) in the first half of the 20th century. A documentary short that accompanies the DVD version of the film states that human labor was abandoned for mechanical harvesters in 1992. The film features interviews with a United States Department of Labor official, a Florida Sugar Cane League official, Jamaican Prime Minister Michael Manley, local merchants, and a dozen or so field workers. It also includes footage of César Chávez, US Representative Thomas Downey, and US Senator Bill Bradley.
Hobgoblins is a 1988 American low-budget independent comedy horror film directed, written, and produced by Rick Sloane, who also served as cinematographer and editor. The plot concerns small, often considered cheaply designed and made hobgoblins (small demon like mythical and goblin-like creatures).
Often seen as a rip-off of "every small monster movie," but mainly Gremlins, the film is generally considered to be of exceptionally poor quality, and has come to be regarded as one of the worst films ever made. It has become a cult film because of its poor quality, and earned infamy after it was featured on Mystery Science Theater 3000.
The Big Frame (1952)
During a London reunion of a World War II RAF unit, an American pilot gets into a fight with one of his buddies, who is drunk and belligerent. The next day the pilot wakes up in a strange hotel room with blood on his suit, and can't remember how he got there. Then he discovers that the friend he fought with the night before has been murdered, and he is a prime suspect.
Outlaw Country (1949)
Outlaw Country is a 1949 American western film directed by Ray Taylor and starring Lash LaRue.
It was also known as Frontier Phantom.
Brother John (1971)
He left home as a child. He traveled the world and visited places few men have seen. There is no way to contact him. Yet, whenever a death occurs in the family, he knows to return home. He just knows. Academy Award® Winner Sidney Poiter (1964, Best Actor in a Leading Role, LILLIES OF THE FIELD) is Brother John in this compelling film about the mysteries and prejudices of a small Alabama town on the brink of upheaval.
River Memories (2016)
Over 1,000 people living in a sprawling makeshift shantytown spend the last moments in their community before it is razed.
A Life Without Pain (2005)
A Life Without Pain is a 2005 documentary film by Melody Gilbert about children who can't feel pain.
Princesse Tam-Tam (1935)
Princess Tam Tam is a 1935 French black-and-white film which stars Josephine Baker as a local Tunisian girl who is educated and then introduced to Parisian high society. Baker sings two songs, "Dream Ship" and "Neath the Tropical Blue Skies", in the film, and dances a number of times.
Up Goes Maisie (1946)
Up Goes Maisie is a 1946 American comedy film produced by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer as the ninth of ten films starring Ann Sothern as ex-showgirl Maisie Ravier. In this series entry, Maisie goes to work for an inventor played by George Murphy.
Hell's Crossroads (1957)
Hell's Crossroads is a 1957 American western film directed by Franklin Adreon and starring Stephen McNally, Peggie Castle, and Robert Vaughn. The film's sets were designed by the art director Frank Arrigo.
The Marketing of Madness: Are We All Insane? (2010)
A lucrative association has developed between pharmaceutical manufacturers and the psychiatric profession.
A house populated by eight lovely ladies can be spied upon at all times.
Riders of the Northwest Mounted (1943)
Riders of the Northwest Mounted is a 1943 American Western film directed by William Berke and written by Fred Myton. The film stars Russell Hayden, Dub Taylor, Bob Wills, Adele Mara, Dick Curtis and Richard Bailey. The film was released on February 15, 1943, by Columbia Pictures.
The Village (1953)
Over 200 orphans, from all over Europe, are gathered at a children's village in the Swiss Alps following WWII.
The Return of Daniel Boone (1941)
Bill "Wild Bill" Elliott plays Bill Boone, the grandson of Daniel Boone, who comes to the rescue of fair maiden (and renegade) Ellen Brandon, played by Betty Miles, who has shot and killed a tax collector in the employ of a crooked mayor. Mayor Ewell (Walter Soderling) is in the pocket of local thug Leach Kilgrain (Ray Bennett). Kilgrain's goal is to gain control of the local ranches through an unscrupulous tax scheme. Meanwhile, Bill's usual sidekick Cannonball (Dub Taylor) is less support than usual as he's busy attracting the attention of twin sisters Melinda and Matilda — but he thinks they're the same girl! Newly remastered.
25 to Life (2014)
A young man keeps his HIV status a secret for over 25 years, and seeks redemption for his promiscuous past.
Hunter: Back in Force (2003)
Working with McCall (Stepfanie Kramer) on an investigation leads Hunter (Fred Dryer) to a parolee who seeks revenge against him.
Headhunter is a 2009 Danish thriller film directed by Rumle Hammerich.
Dead at the Box Office (2005)
When a mysterious film is found at a movie theater, the audience of horror movie fanatics is transformed into a mob of mindless zombies.
Behind the Walls (2011)
Derrière les murs is a French supernatural-thriller film written and directed by Julien Lacombe and Pascal Sid.
Chung Kuo - Cina (1972)
Chung Kuo, Cina is a 1972 Italian documentary directed by Michelangelo Antonioni. It focuses primarily on the lives of contemporary working class Chinese people.
Good Mourning, Lucille (2014)
A young woman investigates her twin sister's killer and captures the suspects on camera.
A space-shuttle astronaut (Chip Mayer) sees total U.S./Soviet nuclear war from space, then returns to Earth.
The Train (1973)
The Train (French: Le Train) is a 1973 Franco–Italian film directed by Pierre Granier-Deferre. The film is based on the novel of the same name by Georges Simenon.
Glory Alley (1952)
Glory Alley is a 1952 film directed by Raoul Walsh. It stars Ralph Meeker and Leslie Caron.
Something Creeping in the Dark (1971)
Something Creeping in The Dark is a 1971 Italian horror film directed by Mario Colucci and starring Farley Granger and Lucia Bosè.
Couple in a Hole (2016)
Couple in a Hole is a 2015 film directed by Tom Geens and starring Kate Dickie and Paul Higgins. The lead actors play a man and woman who live together in the Pyrenees in what could be described as a shallow hole in the ground. Dickie won best actress in a film at the 2016 British Academy Scotland Awards for her performance.
Convict 99 (1938)
Convict 99 is a 1938 British comedy film directed by Marcel Varnel and starring British comedian Will Hay and Googie Withers.
Smart Woman (1948)
Smart Woman (1948) is a romantic drama film starring Brian Aherne, Constance Bennett, and Barry Sullivan.
Heart of a Child (1958)
Karl is a young Austrian boy growing up in the Tyrol. His authoritarian father (Donald Pleasence) is too busy to pay him much attention, and his mother is preoccupied with caring for her other children. Karl seeks the companionship of Rudi, his dog, but when a trader from the black market offers to buy Rudi, Karl’s father agrees. Hearing the news, Karl is horrified and decides to hide the dog. A compelling study of the warmth of youth and the deep-rooted need for love in many adults.
Our Little Sister (2015)
Our Little Sister is a 2015 Japanese drama film edited, written, and directed by Hirokazu Kore-eda, starring Haruka Ayase, Masami Nagasawa, Kaho and Suzu Hirose. It tells the story of three sisters in their 20s who live together in Kamakura, and are joined by their 14-year-old half sister after their father dies. The film is based on the manga series Umimachi Diary by Akimi Yoshida. It was selected to compete for the Palme d'Or at the 2015 Cannes Film Festival.
Out Of Nothing (2015)
Brothers Mark and Carl Bjorklund work with friends Jason Omer and Bill Woods to conquer motorcycle racing records.
Frankenstein's Hungry Dead (2013)
A high-school field trip to a wax museum turns into a fight for survival when reanimated undead monsters hunt the teens down for a demented doctor.
One Is a Lonely Number (1972)
A young woman has difficulty understanding why her husband walks out on her. Alone for the first time, she finds life difficult to cope with and for a time lives with the hope that her husband will come back to her. After uncovering disturbing new information about her husbands infidelity, she finally comes to realize her marriage is truly over. And it is only then that she discovers what is truly important in life.
It's That Man Again (1943)
An English politician begs, borrows and eventually steals an alcoholic playwright's latest effort to save a theater.
A Perfect Chord (2015)
Cadence and Mika have to overcome their fears to show off their amazing musical talents.
Ich will nicht nur, daß ihr mich liebt - Der Filmemacher Rainer Werner Fassbinder (1992)
Actress Hanna Schygulla, cinematographer Michael Ballhaus and others discuss the life and career of German filmmaker Rainer Werner Fassbinder.
A recently divorced man discovers he misses one aspect of the marriage -- his cat Goliath.
Fish Kill Flea (2007)
Exposing the disposable culture of the United States.
Land Of Confusion (2008)
A National Guard Unit from Pennsylvania transitions from citizens to soldiers when they are sent to Iraq to search for weapons of mass destruction.
The Last Gold (2016)
The story of the 1976 U.S. women's relay swim team that upset East Germany in the final race at the Montreal Olympics.
Everything We Loved (2014)
Everything We Loved is a 2014 New Zealand drama film written and directed by Max Currie. It won Best Actress and Best Screenplay at the 2014 New Zealand Film Awards.
Cecy and Camilo are a young Mexican couple with a simple dream: to raise enough money to provide their daughter with a house. But in order to support their daughter, they need to leave her in the care of relatives and move to a city near the border, where they have a chance to work in American factories that pay little, but more than they might earn in their small home town. As the parents work long hours for pitiful wages while their baby is miles away, the true face of poverty emerges.
H & G (2013)
Lost in the woods, a boy and his sister seek shelter in a house where danger lurks.