Several years ago Rakesh's life was turned upside down when his dad was murdered. The only consolation to be drawn by his passing, was that the assailant was also killed. Years later, Rakesh finds out that his dad's killer is still alive, and the police have closed this file. He decides to avenge his father's death and travels to a far-off village, and befriends a young man named Shera. He finds out through Durga, whom he falls in love with, that his father's killer is Sardar Poppy Singh, who runs a vast underground business empire of growing and selling cocaine. Then Shera and Durga get the shocks of their lives when they find out that Rakesh has joined forces with Poppy, and has even killed a police officer to prove his loyalty. What led to Rakesh's sudden change of heart - from killing his father's assailant to becoming partners with him?
A group of people of Indian origin live on an Island which contains a tomb of Shahenshah Chandi Sona which is believed to contain jewelry, diamonds, and gold. Mayur and Rita, stage actor love-birds, plot with Amar to steal this wealth and better their lives. They decide to buy a house from a woman named Mayadevi, and after doing so they decide to make a swimming pool and through that dig a tunnel right underneath the tomb and help themselves to the riches that they find there. They also decide to enlist the help of four jailbirds by dramatically helping them to escape from prison. After the completion of the tunnel, they run into an underground pool of water and enlist the help of undersea divers Bikram and Sharma.
Shona Bondhu is a 2017 Bangladeshi drama film directed by Jahangir Alam Sumon. It was selected as the Bangladeshi entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards.
A young man rebels against his affluent family when they disapprove of his relationship with a woman from a lower economic background.
Documentary focuses on Sona, the daughter of the director’s brother who moved to North Korea from Japan in the early 1970s. Through Sona, the film shows the generation that migrated from Japan to North Korea and their offspring who were born and raised in North Korea.
After an Air Force jet crashes in the Himalayas, an old shepherd leaves his herd to find its pilot. But the mountain where the jet fell is sacred and the shepherd’s intentions are not. He struggles across dimensions of space and time as he treads on forbidden ground. The herd left behind disintegrates as predators roam around, and they are left headless
The world is deprived of sleep. In Sona Spa you can buy sleep for yourself. Here, women (Sleep Workers) sleep for you, not with you.
Kitano plays Murakawa, a Tokyo yakuza tiring of gangster life. Along with a few of his henchmen, he is sent by his boss to Okinawa to help end a gang war, supposedly to mediate between two warring clans. He finds that the dispute between the clans is insignificant and whilst wondering why he was sent to Okinawa at all, Murakawa's headquarters are bombed and he and his gang are ambushed in a bar.
Ryûhei Sasaki (Teruyuki Kagawa) is keeping a secret from his wife, Megumi (Kyôko Koizumi), and his two teenage sons. Even though he leaves the house every day, he's not really going to work. He's going to an employment office. He recently lost his job due to outsourcing, but is determined to find another position, all while supporting an old friend who is also out of work. But when Megumi accidentally finds out Ryûhei's secret and doesn't tell him, her trust in him, and their marriage, suffers.
After a seven-year absence, Charlotte Andergast travels to Sweden to reunite with her daughter Eva. The pair have a troubled relationship: Charlotte sacrificed the responsibilities of motherhood for a career as a classical pianist. Over an emotional night, the pair reopen the wounds of the past. Charlotte gets another shock when she finds out that her mentally impaired daughter, Helena, is out of the asylum and living with Eva.
Arnaud nicknamed "Cui Cui" no longer knows which way to look. He is about to marry Anna but he is not sure he really loves her. To make matters worse, he falls in love during the stag party he has with his friends. And Léa, a nightclub singer, is obviously the woman of his dreams. What to do? Cancel the wedding and create a scandal but be able to live with a woman he loves truly and loves him in return? Or be a good boy and not disappoint the company but say farewell to happiness. For four days, Arnaud goes to and fro aimlessly between Anna and Léa, between his eccentric sister and his self-centered mother, between hope and depression.
A revelatory discussion on a train. Based on Leo Tolstoy's novel of the same name.
As with so many early films by Sokurov, this film has two dates: the first is the date of its creation (the film was then banned), the second is the date of the final edition and legal public screening. The film consists of German and Soviet archive footage of the World War II — to be exact, from the end of the war. An attempt to make a large–scale documentary on this subject had been undertaken in the Soviet cinema of the 1960s: the film — “Ordinary Fascism” — by the outstanding Soviet film–maker Mikhail Romm had become a classic retrospective investigation of fascism. But Sokurov uses the expressive power of the documentary image in an absolutely different way. He does not amass materials for a large–scale picture of Nazi crimes.
Tracking the tandem voyages of a mother and daughter into fraught emotional terrain, the latest from Argentine director Paula Hernández (Rain) examines the ways desire and expectation clash when familial pressures push women to their limits.
With the help of her coach, her parents, and the boy who drives the Zamboni machine, nothing can stop Casey from realizing her dream to be a champion figure skater.
The story of Nathan, a young teenager who tries to flourish in a romantic relationship with neighbour Roy. The two young men will have to face the brutal reality of the rural south of the United States in the late 1970s.
This poignant human drama is phrased as a "small sonata" in three movements -- a novel approach by director and writer Micheline Lactôt to tell the story of two teenage girls. In the first movement, Chantal (Pascale Bussieres) rides the same bus every day and slowly develops an infatuation with the bus driver. Their interactions are expressed through gestures and glances and facial expressions, but not words. Just as Chantal is getting old enough, and maybe courageous enough to actually say something to the driver, fate steps in and she loses her chance. In the second movement, Louisette (Marcia Pilote) hides out on a fishing boat and is discovered by a Bulgarian fisherman who treats her with kindness and consideration and they spend a special evening together -- without being able to speak a word in the other's language. In the third movement, Chantal and Louisette become friends, and as kindred spirits they share a sense of loss and hopelessness.
A silent film
In the fall of 1824 Javier Montenegro, Bradomin Marquis is spared death hanging by Captain Casares, and in return, the Marquis agrees to help him escape to America. Adaptation of "Sonata de Otoño" and "Sonata de Estío" of Ramón María del Valle-Inclan, which included elements Bardem later works of the author.
Doctor Rudolfs spends time at his country cottage, and there he meets teacher Laura - a mother of two children whose husband is in prison. Rudolfs rescues Laura's daughter, Zaiga, who is sick, befriends her son, Maris, and falls in love with Laura, but she desperately struggles with her feelings of responsibility towards her family.
Winter Sonata is a South Korean television drama series that aired on KBS2 in 2002. The second part of the season-themed Endless Love series directed by Yoon Seok-ho, it stars Bae Yong-joon and Choi Ji-woo. Filming primarily took place on the resort island of Namiseom and Seoul. It is widely considered to be the Korean drama that launched the Korean Wave throughout Asia and worldwide. It has also been adapted into an anime series, and a stage musical.
Soñadoras is a Mexican telenovela. It was produced by and broadcast on Televisa in 1998, and shown in 1999 on Univision.
La Pícara Soñadora is a Mexican telenovela shown in 1991, based on a 1956 Argentine film of the same name directed by Ernesto Arancibia. This telenovela contains 80 episodes and stars Dina de Marco, Irán Eory, Eduardo Palomo, and Mariana Levy.
It tells the story of a group of upper-class teenagers whose life changes abruptly after the arrival of edu, a young neighborhood. The contrast between the two worlds, along with romantic relationships group of teenagers, make up the fabric of a youthful series that adds a new element to the genre: a plot of thriller, linked to a murder mystery in which they are involved three of the protagonists. Throughout the chapters, the public will contemplate the birth of a music group, crime investigation, an impossible romance and, ultimately, the transformation of the life of a gang of teenagers, aged 16, began to show itself to the life.
Soñar no Cuesta Nada is a Miami-made telenovela that was produced by and seen first on Univisión and later on Venevisión. This telenovela lasted 191 episodes and was distributed internationally by Venevisión International. On October 1, 2007, Cadenatres, a new Mexican television network, began airing the telenovela.
Atrévete a Soñar is a Mexican teen telenovela, produced by Luis de Llano for Televisa, under the license of Ideas del Sur. Atrévete a Soñar is an adaptation of the Argentine telenovela, Patito Feo. Danna Paola stars as Patito, Eleazar Gómez as Mateo, Violeta Isfel and Cynthia Klitbo, play antagonist roles as Antonella and Bianca. The telenovela features adult protagonists also, René Strickler and Vanessa Guzmán. It first aired on Sunday, 8 March 2009, as the first telenovela to debut on a Sunday in Mexico. After a year of success, becoming a major hit in Mexico, especially among children, its final episode was also on a Sunday, 7 March 2010.
Autumn Shower, is a Korean drama broadcast from September to November 2005 on MBC.
What will the future look like? How will new discoveries and research impact our everyday lives in 2050?
Soñando por Bailar 2011 is an Argentinian reality show hosted by Santiago del Moro and broadcast by El Trece. Unlike Bailando por un Sueño every week the contestants danced along with a profesional dancer but the jury scored the couples with a positive vote and the remaining contestants give a negative vote to another contestant. A group of young contestants compete for the chance to be competing in Bailando por un Sueño, the show hosted by Marcelo Tinelli.
Soñando por Bailar 2011 was the first season of Soñando por Bailar, an Argentinian reality show hosted by Viviana Canosa and broadcast by El Trece. Unlike Bailando por un Sueño every week the contestants danced along with a profesional dancer but the jury scored the couples with a positive vote and the remaining contestants give a negative vote to another contestant. The winner of the show danced in Bailando 2011. The jury was composed by Marcelo Polino, Celina Rucci, Laura Fidalgo, Ángel de Brito and Jorge Lafauci, and during the first five weeks, was also part of this jury a coach. The season premiered was on January 4, 2011 and the finale was on May 7, 2011. Eugenia Lemos was the big winner.
Soñando por Bailar 2012 was the second season of Soñando por Bailar, an Argentinian reality show broadcast by El Trece. Unlike the first season, this time the contestants were professional dancers and every week they received a score from 1 to 10. The winner of the show got the chance to dance in Bailando 2012. The academy this season is placed in a castle in General Rodríguez. The show was hosted by Santiago del Moro and the jury are Marcelo Polino, Amalia Granata, Silvina Escudero, Reina Reech and Ángel de Brito. The season premiered was on December 3, 2011 and the finale was on May 6, 2012. Magdalena Bravi was the big winner.