When a busy Beijing couple struggling with their relationship decide to holiday in Australia and focus on conceiving a baby, they suddenly find themselves caught in the middle of a complex art heist, leading them on a dangerous yet hilarious journey.
Anka is becoming extremely anxious about her beloved husband Witek, a war correspondent. But where does the border lie between reality and catastrophic visions?
Being bullied at school and suffering violence at home, Mi-rae, a middle school loner, lives on the border between reality and fantasy. The only places she feels restful are the computer game world, and the would in the novel she writes in her notebook. As her classmates Baek-hap and Tae-yang come close to Mi-rae, she gradually opens up her mind to them. In the meantime, the computer game service is terminated, and the world in her novel also disappears, leading Mi-rae to face a tough reality again.
Marissa, a 25-year-old woman, goes through an unimaginable journey trying to maintain her sense of self after becoming a victim of human trafficking and sex slavery.
The story of a friendship between a person with autism and his two best friends conquering all problems.
The story of TED Prize-winner Sugata Mitra’s attempt to pioneer a new form of education, seen through the eyes of children in an Indian village and in a northern British town, whose lives are being transformed by his ideas. The film poses the question "What kind of education do children need in the networked world?"
"Scandinavian Silence" is a psychological drama about two seemingly strange characters, and their common silent and glamorous journey. A road movie through the winter landscape that re-releases a violent event that occurred over the years.
When mezzo-soprano Elīna Garanča and tenor Roberto Alagna joined forces for a new production of Carmen at the Met, the results were electrifying. Now this star duo reunites for another sensual French opera when they open the season in the title roles of Saint-Saëns’s biblical epic Samson et Dalila. Darko Tresnjak, who won a Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical in 2014 for A Gentleman’s Guide to Love & Murder, makes his Met debut directing a vivid, seductive staging, featuring a monumental setting for the last-act Temple of Dagon, where the hero crushes his Philistine enemies. Sir Mark Elder conducts the first new Met production of the work in 20 years.
This documentary picks up after the horror has ended. Almost 500 teens is in grief as 69 of their friends has fallen. They've been shot dead. How could this island ever become a safe place again? Here, we see how Utøya was first the safest place on earth to the most terrible and how it was restored and stands as a beacon of hope for the survivors and the norwegian people.
While three legends in the world of wine - Fred Dame, Steven Spurrier and Jancis Robinson - meet in Paris to drink the rarest bottles of their careers, seven of the best blind tasters in the world gather in New York to settle an age-old argument in wine - can the world's finest Pinot Noirs stand up to the great Burgundies of France? The final selections stun the table. Master Sommelier Dustin Wilson brings the winning wines to Jancis, Steven and Fred in Paris. Like the 1976 Judgment of Paris, could the results have the same revolutionary effect and be the next 'vinous shot' heard round the world? NR, 80 MIN
Back to Berlin is the first biker flick-meets-holocaust feature documentary. Eleven motor bikers have a mission to take the Maccabiah torch from Israel to the site of the infamous 1936 Berlin Olympics, for the first Jewish Olympic Games on German soil. They will retrace the heroic journeys of the original 1930s' Maccabiah riders and discover how they or their families survived the Holocaust.
A man faces embarrassment in the society when he finds out his mother is pregnant
Shiori, a 21-year-old agriculture student receive training at a winery at a sake brewery in Hiroshima. But things don't go well. The owner of the sake brewery passes away and the brewery faces a crisis. She also develops feelings for the late owner's son.
A 40-years-old unemployed dad is one day visited by a childhood friend,who is now a police officer. She look at his 5 year old daughter with suspicion
Eva and Kat enjoy a carefree existence on their houseboat on a London canal. Until Eva's dream of becoming a mother is reignited by the death of their pet. Kat just wants to get a new cat. But when Kat's best friend, Roger, visits from Barcelona, they decide in a moment of drunkenness that he can be Eva's sperm donor. But what are the consequences for the lesbian couple, the biological father, the child and their relationships with one another?
Worlds of Ursula K. Le Guin tells the remarkable life story of writer Ursula K. Le Guin, who passed away in 2018 at the age of 88. Le Guin, mostly known for her science fiction and fantasy novels such as A Wizard of Earthsea and The Left Hand of Darkness, defiantly held her ground on the margin of American letters until the sheer excellence of her work, at long last, forced the mainstream to embrace fantastic literature.
On a quest for insect paradise, a courageous ladybug scales new heights for bug-kind, riding on a jet plane, and descaling a giant lizard.
Without knowing why he has come back here, to this place in a foreign country, Ulysse, still a young man, withdraws to a solitary house on the mountainside. One morning, he goes up to the spring that supplies water to his house. On the way, he discovers a clearing entirely overgrown with bramble bushes, and he thinks he might have had a garden there at one time. But why has this place been abandoned by humankind? Circling around the clearing without being able to penetrate the tangle of briars, he decides to enlist the help of an Italian from the area. Together they attack the unruly, impenetrable hedge. But soon, his Italian friend gets discouraged. Alone, Ulysse finally manages to make his way into the middle of the garden. That same evening, Ulysse hears a voice, that of a young woman. She’s warning him ...