When Kyle returns from his stag-do with a sexually transmitted disease, he’s left unable to have sex with his fiancée Lydia in the run-up to their wedding.
Murat is a sound recordist who lives in Istanbul. He makes an unexpected connection in his records between a grandmother and a grandchild, which becomes a trip to the family’s past to strengthen their ties.
Adapted from the successful novel, Dead in 5 Heartbeats, by Ralph “Sonny” Barger with Keith and Kent Zimmerman. The story follows the Infidelz MC’s former President, Patch Kinkade, who has left his personal demons behind for the calm of desert life. When war erupts between his brothers he left behind and the rival Hooligans, Patch rides back into town to either make peace or do battle.
Ancient mysteries. Powerful evil. And a fearless hero’s quest through a fantastical realm of steam-powered wonders and sinister magic… In THE ADVENTURER: THE CURSE OF THE MIDAS BOX, seventeen-year-old Mariah Mundi’s life is turned upside down when his parents vanish and his younger brother is kidnapped. Following a trail of clues to the darkly majestic Prince Regent Hotel, Mariah discovers a hidden realm of child-stealing monsters, deadly secrets and a long-lost artifact that grants limitless wealth – but also devastating supernatural power. With the fate of his world, and his family at stake, Mariah will risk everything to unravel the Curse of the Midas Box!
The story is about a woman who is abducted and forced to watch footage of captives getting molested. She doesn’t know whether the sexual torture is amateur porn, or if these are sex crimes caught on tape. As she is exposed to more of the disturbing images, her captor starts changing his behavior. She senses that time is running out for her but escape seems impossible.
Saori (Maya Koizumi) decides to work at Honey Lips for the simple reason that it seems like easy work. The company Honey Lips provides sex to disabled people. On the first day of her new job, the manager (Kanji Tsuda) of Honey Lips drives Saori to a customer’s house, located in a peaceful residence area. Her client is 34-year-old Mizutani (Yuki Kan), who suffers from progressive muscular atrophy and has a beautiful tattoo on his whole body.
What if life were a game? And terrible things could be conjured up by declaring them “just for fun”? Ada could warm to this idea. The brainy but abrasive 15-year-old high school outsider usually takes the sassy way out of life’s annoyances. But when she meets Alev, the school’s new alpha-male, her life takes a completely new turn. Though Alev immediately attracts a following, his soulmate is Ada. With her, he can achieve what he wants: to play with Smutek, the Polish-born German teacher and running coach. He convinces Ada to seduce the unhappily married man. Capturing everything on video, Alev then blackmails him. The seduction becomes a weekly ritual that gets out of hand when Smutek and Ada begin to develop genuine feelings for one another. Life may be nothing but a game, but the players of this game have gone too far, and know that there can be no winner …
Cahyo is a charming boy from Yogyakarta, He works as chef in Jakarta. He was born from Fadholi dan Munawaroh, an Islamic family. Cahyo broken heart because, Mitha (his ex-girlfriend) have an affair. Diana, a girl from Padang. She have Indonesian’s face actually, She is a student from art university. She lives with her uncle and her auntie in Jakarta. Diana’s family is a Catholic family. Cahyo dan Diana met at contemporary dance show in Jakarta. And after it, they’re dating. Even, has two different religion. They seriously, to continue their relationship. They want to be married. Diana fears while Cahyo bring her to his parents. Cahyo’s mom can understand her son’s love, But Fadholi not. Till the end of the time Fadholi never give permission to Cahyo. And If Cahyo imposes, Fadholi choose to break-up his family with Cahyo. Not easy for Cahyo dan Diana to continue this relationship with two different religion. Diana’s mother also disagree. Diana’s sister has been leaving her religion, …
What develops in a little community where women have no presence? In an odd 1989 movie called SONNY BOY, it seemed that in such a community a man has the choice of either assuming a woman’s role or expressing all his emotions by way of violence. In GOD’S NEIGHBORS, on the other hand, we see male friends commonly treating each other with an extra measure of tenderness and concern while still ready with plenty of violence against their enemies. The dearth of women in GOD’S NEIGHBORS is partly due to the religious life style of the characters, partly written in explicitly as background (the protagonist’s mother has died), and partly just a constant coincidence. Women just don’t happen into the scene much aside from the plot thread that is set into motion by the appearance of Miri– played by Rotem Zissman-Cohen, who seems to be uncommonly busy these days filling supporting roles in top-notch movies. The plot is a little like Lenny Bruce’s routine about the provocatively dressed woman. “Do you like the way she looks? – Sure. – Would you like to date her? – Sure. – Would you like to marry her? – If we get along well, why not? – And then would you let her dress that way? – Are you kidding? That’s my wife!” The protagonist is conflicted in a similar way, but the woman starts to draw him away from the culture of violence around him (which, the Hebrew dialogue makes clear, is heavy with sublimated sex) and there is a wise rabbi or two on hand with good advice that he may or may not take. The acting is very believable, with fluent and occasionally funny dialogue, the violence is not glamorized but is rather phony-looking (you can see one or two punches miss), and for the Israeli viewer the Bat Yam location is vivid. For some reason the Israeli funders have in recent years been favoring films that emphasize their directors’ home towns: Tiberias in “The World is Funny,” Kfar Sava in “Lost Islands,” Jerusalem in “Obsession,” Haifa in “The Matchmaker.”