La vida después (2015)
A couple decide to separate. The man can not help but be anguished when he learns that she has started a relationship with an old friend of both. The woman suffers a shock when she begins to discover his past.
A Clever Dummy (1917)
A Clever Dummy is a 1917 American short comedy film directed by Ferris Hartman, Robert P. Kerr, Herman C. Raymaker, and Mack Sennett.
Journey to the Forbidden Valley (2017)
After their plane crashes in the forest of central China, a boy and his guardian encounter an elusive ape-man known as a yeren.
The Dark Room (2000)
La Chambre obscure (English title: The Dark Room) is a 2000 French drama film directed and written by Marie-Christine Questerbert.
Love Me Anyway (2014)
Eddie and Esme's marriage is going through a rough patch, and Esme's extramarital affair and the arrival of Eddie's brother, Danny, doesn't help matters.
Mr. Toilet: The World's #2 Man (2019)
To strangers, Jack Sim might come across as an eccentric entrepreneur who is obsessed with toilets, but to those who know him he’s “Mr. Toilet,” a crusader for global sanitation. Born in the Singapore slums, Sim knows first-hand the agonies of not having a proper loo. Now he’s dedicating his life to a crisis no one dares talk about. Not having a place “to go” isn’t just an inconvenience, it’s a problem that impacts 2.4 billion people worldwide. In India alone, 200,000 children die each year from lack of safe sanitation, while women are regularly raped because they have to defecate in public spaces.
Jack’s kids describe him as a 12-year old trapped in a 60-year old’s body. He’s full of jokes and it can be hard to take him seriously. But, he uses humor as his weapon to fight an uphill battle against bathroom taboos. He founded the World Toilet Organization and spent the last 13 years lobbying 193 countries to raise awareness for proper sanitation. He even successfully lobbied the United Nations to create World Toilet Day (November 19) – the first International day of celebration for the toilet.
Now he is plunged into his biggest challenge yet when asked to secure 6 million toilets for the “Clean India” initiative. But with few resources and no help from the government, his epic project and reputation are in jeopardy. Jack’s once supportive staff begins to doubt him; and when his family bonds start to fray over his obsessive dedication, Mr. Toilet realizes there is a price to pay for being the world's #2 man. But as a "su-poo-hero”, he can't quit.
Ah Boys to Men (2012)
Ah Boys to Men (simplified Chinese: 新兵正传; traditional Chinese: 新兵正傳; pinyin: xīnbīng zhèngzhuàn; Wade–Giles: Hsin1 Ping1 Cheng4 Chuan4; literally: "Recruits' True Biography") is a 2012 Singaporean-Chinese three-part comedy film produced and directed by Jack Neo, written by Neo and Link Sng and starring Joshua Tan, Maxi Lim, Wang Weiliang, Noah Yap, Ridhwan Azman and Aizuddin Nasser. The main plot revolves around a group of army recruits in National Service in Singapore. Neo had wanted to shoot an army-themed film since his army days, but could not find a suitable chance to do so. Ah Boys to Men is the first local film to be released in two parts and the first to film in Pulau Tekong, as well as the first South-East Asian film to feature Dolby Atmos surround sound. The film's theme song, "Recruits' Anthem" was written and composed by one of the cast, Tosh Zhang.
The film was released on November 8, 2012. It is the highest-grossing Singaporean film of all time, and has grossed over four times of its S$3 million budget. Buoyed by audience demand, a third installment titled Ah Boys to Men 3: Frogmen was released on February 19, 2015. It features the same cast but is however not a sequel to the second film.
Immortal (translit. Mamiro) is a 2015 Iranian film directed by Seyed Hadi Mohaghegh. The second feature film by Mohaghegh, it tells the story of an old man who tries to end his life repeatedly from guilt over the loss of his family in a tragic accident. World premiered at the 20th Busan International Film Festival in 2015 and described by the jury Sylvia Chang as "an extraordinary feat of visual storytelling, filled with emotion," it won the top prize for the New Currents competition section, as well as the FIPRESCI award.
The Jungle Book: Make-A-Wish (2016)
Fucking Berlin (2016)
Fucking Berlin is a 2016 German drama film starring Svenja Jung and based on Sonia Rossi's autobiography of the same name.
Wildes Herz (2017)
Bebert and the Train (1963)
A little boy gets lost on the train.
How to Succeed in Love (1962)
A serious man falls in love with a wild woman.
They Were Five (1936)
La belle équipe is a 1936 French film directed by Julien Duvivier. The script was written by Duvivier and Charles Spaak. Maurice Yvain provided the score. Jean Gabin's song Quand on s'promène au bord de l'eau was written by Duvivier, Yvain and Louis Poterat. Interiors were shot at the Studios de Joinville in Joinville-le-Pont, Val-de-Marne, with exteriors at Chennevières-sur-Marne. The film is also known as "They Were Five".
Johnny Christ (2017)
After being found injured and on the side of a road, a mysterious stranger worms his way into the lives and affections of a struggling family.
Smothered by Mothers (2019)
A football star feels like he has it all, until he loses all of his money in a Ponzi scheme and finds out that he has impregnated three women.
Mikey's Extreme Romance (2011)
A stalker makes a video diary to prove his love.
El camino de los espantos (1967)
El camino de los espantos is a 1967 Mexican horror comedy film. It is directed by Gilberto Martínez Solares and is the last installment of the Viruta y Capulina film franchise. It stars Marco Antonio Campos and Gaspar Henaine, Elsa Cárdenas, and Salomé.
Chinese in Paris (1974)
Chinese in Paris (French: Les Chinois à Paris) is a 1974 French comedy film directed by Jean Yanne. The movie features an hypothetical Chinese invasion of western Europe and the life in Paris under communist Chinese rule.
One good deed allows a homeless man to overcome the demons of his past.
Kung Fu Traveler 2 (2017)
Gen. Chen goes back in time to the late Qing Dynasty to find the master of the northern style of kung fu.
Wyjazd integracyjny (2011)
A clumsy chairman organizes a disastrous business conference at a luxury spa.
A young woman living in isolation with her grandmother meets a young stranger.
Begone Dull Care 2015 (2015)
A digital reimagining of a 1949 short film.
Jazz Dance (1954)
Dancers and musicians perform in New York.
The Gold Bracelet (2008)
A family is affected by the events on 9/11.
Pretty To Think So (2008)
An unemployed banker falls for an attorney.
There's No Place Like Home (2018)
A coastal storm strands a large extended family on an island, where they proceed to get on each other's nerves.
It's Such a Beautiful Day (2011)
A man struggles to salvage his shattered psyche.
A gifted but insecure woman embarks on a transformative journey when she enlists an enigmatic con man to recover her stolen car from an eccentric thug.
When the city's superhero finds himself short a sidekick, he comes up with an unlikely solution to his staffing problems.
Flush is a 1977 American comedy film directed by Andrew J. Kuehn.
Baby is a Brixton set drama short film, written and directed by Daniel Mulloy. Baby premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and went on to win multiple awards including the coveted British Independent Film Award.
Filmmaker Jonathan Marshall Thompson examines the mystery of modern medicine's skyrocketing price tag and its affect on people.
Four children experience the cycle of life on a farm.
Best Mom (2019)
Desperately wishing to connect with her precocious daughter, a woman joins an improvisational acting class to learn the art of listening and playing.
Entertaining Christmas (2018)
The daughter of a lifestyle mogul is poised to become the new face of the brand. The only trouble is, she can't cook, sew, or do any of the other things for which her mother is known.
Orange Winter (2007)
Orange Winter is a 2007 feature documentary by an independent Ukrainian-American filmmaker Andrei Zagdansky. The documentary deals with the fraudulent presidential election in Ukraine in November 2004 and ensuing days of mass protest, known as the Orange Revolution.
Against Wind and Tide: A Cuban Odyssey (1981)
Against Wind and Tide: A Cuban Odyssey is a 1981 American documentary film about the Mariel boatlift, which was first broadcast on PBS the week of June 1, 1981. Written by John Brousek, the film was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature.
Monkey Farm (2017)
Human curiosity and animal rage collide.
Long Forgotten Fields (2017)
A woman tries to rekindle her relationship with a returning soldier, but his worsening post-traumatic stress disorder causes him to isolate himself.
Treasure of the Bitch Islands (1990)
A new energy source is discovered.
So It's You (2014)
So It's You is a 2014 Filipino romantic comedy film starring Carla Abellana, Tom Rodriguez and JC de Vera. It is written and directed by Jun Lana. It was released on May 7, 2014 by Regal Entertainment.
The film is about a pair of broken-hearted people who meet and begin a relationship, but their painful pasts hang over their romance.
Holy Lands (2017)
An Ashkenazi Jewish American cardiologist leaves everything behind to become a pig farmer in the holy land.
Christmas Survival (2018)
Two sisters and their families spend Christmas at their late parents' dilapidated country house.
The Spleenectomy (2008)
An actress pretends to be a surgeon.
Cat Skin (2017)
A shy photography student's life is illuminated when her voyeuristic nature leads her to a beautiful woman.
Der rechte Weg (1983)
After two underachievers from suburbia meet, they experience a personal and surreal crisis.
My Life for Yours (2017)
A gang unit cop falls for a woman of another race who owns a family business in the middle of gang territory.
Periods. is a comedy film series and collective created by Victor Quinaz and Anna Martemucci. Semi-improvised and cinematic in their approach, their anachronistic style has been applied to various epochs and adaptations of literary classics such as East of Eden, Ethan Frome, Little Women, and Bright Lights, Big City.
8 Remains (2018)
A woman is strangled by her lover on her birthday. Just as she's about to die, time itself seems to stop. She finds herself in a shadow world, a distorted mirror of reality. Caught between life and death, she must relive the hours prior to her murder. When she finds herself attacked by him again, she manages to fight him off long enough to slip away. She escapes through a door, which only leads her deeper down the rabbit hole.
Long Time Coming: A 1955 Baseball Story (2017)
Despite the racial turmoil of 1950s segregated south, two Little League baseball teams, one black and the other white, stepped onto the field in a non-violent act of cultural defiance that would change the course of history. More than sixty years later, the players meet up to reflect upon the historic event and its significance that is now magnified by recent racial injustices of our time. Historians and sports professionals join in this heart-felt documentary to share their perspectives and reinforce the importance role Little League Baseball in our history.
The Fighting Cholitas (2006)
Bolivian women form a professional wrestling league.
The University (2016)
The students of Singularity University use the support of scientists, astronauts and billionaires in their attempt to make a dent in the universe.
Coming of Age (2001)
A gay basher is sentenced to do community service in an AIDS hospice. He tries to do as little as possible, but as he is confronted with the reality of the disease, he becomes friends with a patient who mentors him.
The Sleuth (1925)
The Sleuth is a 1925 American silent comedy film starring Stan Laurel.
Satan Was A Lady (2001)
A prostitute uses blackmail, betrayal and murder to get ahead in life.
Naa Bangaaru Talli (2013)
Naa Bangaaru Talli is a 2013 Telugu, social problem film released worldwide on 21 November 2014 with public funding. Based on a real-life story, the film was written and directed by Rajesh Touchriver and star Siddique, Anjali Patil, Rathna Shekar Reddy, Lakshmipriya Menon, and Neena Kurup. The film was co-produced by M. S. Rajesh and Dr. Sunitha Krishnan, an internationally known anti-trafficking crusader. It explores the consequences of sex trafficking, testing the vulnerability of trust in human relations. The film was simultaneously produced in Malayalam as Ente.
Bodyslam: Revenge of the Banana! (2015)
Seattle semi-pro wrestlers fight to keep their league alive after a jilted newcomer turns them in for operating without a permit.
The Twins' Code (2013)
A billionaire's daughter wears a special necklace with all of his account information inside of it. When she is killed by a crime syndicate for the necklace, an identical young woman comes forward with the missing necklace.
The People v. Leo Frank (2009)
In 1913, a Jewish man is accused of murdering a little girl, resulting in a trial that grabs national headlines.
Kingdom Of The Vampire (2007)
A man discovers his mother's grisly habit of murdering neighborhood children.
The Last Witness (1960)
The Last Witness (German: Der Letzte Zeuge) is a 1960 West German crime film directed by Wolfgang Staudte. It was entered into the 1961 Cannes Film Festival.
American Commando 3: Savage Temptation (1988)
Two American commandos help two orphaned children escape from drugs and prostitution.
Village Rockstars (2018)
Village Rockstars is a 2017 Indian Kamrupi Assamese language coming-of-age film written, edited, co-produced, and directed by Rima Das, who is a self-taught filmmaker. The film premiered at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF). More significantly, the film grabbed the Best Feature Film ‘Swarna Kamal’ award at the 65th National Film Awards, which were declared at New Delhi on 13 April 2018. Village Rockstars also won awards in three other categories: Best Child Artist, Best Location Sound Recordist and Best Editing. The film was selected as India's official entry to the 91st Academy Awards, but it was not nominated for top nine films from 87.
The White World According to Daliborek (2017)
A Czech neo-Nazi examines his radical world view.
A disturbed veteran kidnaps a woman.
The Hollywouldn'ts (2017)
On a non-existent budget, a homeless French actor who is living on the streets of Hollywood and a struggling actress make a film.
Take Light (2018)
Take Light is a Canadian documentary film, directed by Shasha Nakhai and released in 2018. The film profiles the electrical grid crisis in Nigeria, where approximately half of the country's entire population lives without consistent and reliable access to the electrical power grid.
Pattam Pole (2013)
Pattam Pole is a 2013 Malayalam romantic film directed by cinematographer Alagappan N, who makes his directorial debut. The film tracks the relationship between a Brahmin youth, Karthik and a Christian girl Riya. Archana Kavi, Anoop Menon, Lalu Alex, Jayaprakash, Seetha, Leema Babu, Shraddha Gokul, Nandhu and Ilavarasu play supporting roles. It is now being remade in Tamil as Khadal Ithu Khadal with the same caste and crew with S sanalKumar replacing M jayachandran.
Witness My Journey (2013)
A Jehovah's Witness embarks on an emotional, exciting and erotic voyage, which transforms her from a Sydney housewife into Australia's party queen.
Ti Presento un Amico (2010)
Ti presento un amico is a 2010 Italian film directed by Carlo Vanzina.
Probabilità zero (1969)
A crack team of Allied commandos attacks an underground Nazi facility.
A lonely man becomes desperate to connect with the people around him.
Paranoid Activity 2 (2011)
Three college friends move into a small rental house in the middle of a cold and dark Alaskan winter. During a housewarming party, a psychic medium calls forth a ghostly presence that becomes increasingly hostile.
The Night Is Short, Walk on Girl (2017)
"The Night is Short, Walk On Girl" is a comedy about one epic night in Kyoto. As a group of teens go out for a night on the town, a sophomore known only as "The Girl with Black Hair" experiences a series of surreal encounters with the local nightlife. Simultaneously, she is unaware of the romantic longings of Senpai, a fellow student who has been creating increasingly fantastic and contrived reasons to run into her, in an effort to win her heart.
Lovers of Paris (1957)
Lovers of Paris (original title Pot-Bouille, "Stew Pot") is a 1957 French film directed by Julien Duvivier and starring Gérard Philipe. It is based on the novel Pot-Bouille by Émile Zola.
The movie is in black and white, and filmed in 35 mm. It premiered in France on October 18, 1957.
It was the second film Duvivier directed based on a novel in Zola's Rougon-Macquart series, the first being Au Bonheur des Dames in 1930.
Fire at Will (1965)
A famous American secret service agent tries to rescue a German 17-year-old prodigy scientist who has been captured by the Russians.
Coplan FX 18 casse tout (1965)
The Exterminators is a 1965 spy film directed by Riccardo Freda. It was the fourth in the Francis Coplan series of films. It was released in the United Kingdom as The Exterminators and on television in the United States as FX 18 Superspy.
Comment j'ai rencontré mon père (2017)
An adopted youth thinks he's found his biological father.
The Tin Mine (2005)
The Tin Mine is a 2005 Thai biographical drama film directed by Jira Maligool. It is adapted from short stories by Ajin Panjapan and his semi-autobiographical account of growing up in a mining camp in Kapong District of Phang Nga Province from 1949 to 1953. The Tin Mine was the official entry from Thailand for Best Foreign Language Film at the 78th Academy Awards.
Certifiée Halal (2015)
Problems arise in an arranged marriage.
Krasue fad pob (2009)
A young girl does battle with a bloodthirsty ghoul who was summoned from her grave by a witch doctor.
Lee & Cindy C. (2015)
A successful crooner and the lead singer in a grunge rock band embark on a rocky romance.
Zot van A. (2010)
A saint helps couples find their love again.
Little Baby Jesus of Flandr (2010)
Three beggars sing their way to wealth.
The Island (2007)
El Gezeira is a 2007 action-thriller Egyptian film, starring Ahmed El Sakka, Mahmoud Yacine, Hend Sabri and Khaled Elsawy and directed by Sherif Arafa. In upper Egypt, a gang war for leadership leads to a massacre, killing the mother and wife of the young gang boss and most of his clan. He avenges them, and controls the whole island for trade in weapons and drugs, and makes illegal deals with the police.
Bennett's Song (2018)
Two people discover what it means to be a true family.
Crimson Curtain (1952)
Crimson Curtain (French: Le rideau rouge) is a 1952 French drama film directed by André Barsacq and starring Michel Simon, Pierre Brasseur and Jean Brochard.
Look Love (2015)
Two children discuss what it's like to live with a shortage of love and an absence of family values.
Naga Bonar (1986)
Nagabonar is a 1987 Indonesian comedy film directed by M.T. Risyaf. It was Indonesia's submission to the 60th Academy Awards for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film, but was not accepted as a nominee. In 2007, the sequel named Nagabonar Jadi 2 released.
Atlantic Wall (1970)
Atlantic Wall (French: Le Mur de l'Atlantique, Italian: Un elmetto pieno di... fifa) is a 1970 French-Italian war-comedy film written and directed by Marcel Camus and starring Bourvil and Peter McEnery. It was Bourvil's last film.
Parody Movie (2011)
A wannabe film director and his cocky best friend set out to produce the greatest spoof movie of all time, with no money and no script.
Jazz Abroad (2017)
Three female Japanese jazz musicians form a unique trio.
Die Schneekönigin (1964)
A young girl quests to rescue her friend from the possessive Snow Queen.
Eco de la montaña (2014)
Echo of the Mountain (Spanish: Eco de la montaña) is a 2014 Mexican documentary film about Santos de la Torre directed by Nicolás Echevarría. It was one of fourteen films shortlisted by Mexico to be their submission for the Academy Award for Best Foreign Language Film at the 88th Academy Awards, but it lost out to 600 Miles.
Neither Seen Nor Recognized (1958)
Ni vu, ni connu French: Neither seen, nor known, is a French comedy film from 1958, directed by Yves Robert, starring Louis de Funès. The film is based on the novel L'Affaire Blaireau (The Badger Case) by Alphonse Allais. The film is known under the titles: Neither Seen Nor Recognized (international English title), L'affaire Blaireau (France - alternative title), and Fisch oder Fleisch (West Germany). The story had previously been adapted for the 1923 silent film The Blaireau Case and the 1932 sound film The Blaireau Case.
A recently divorced woman is invited by her friend to spend Christmas on a farm, the only place they can afford.
The Man with Elephant Hands (2016)
A man goes to great lengths to hide his ugly hands.