A boy becomes a victim to humanity.
Young Lucas finds out he’s not really a human after he surprisingly transforms into a monster in front of the most popular kids at school. His search for Monster Island and his real roots takes him on a fabulously scary journey that puts him face to face with more tentacles, fangs and far-out situations than he can shake one of his new wings at.
Twenty-year-old Soon-jae has a young mother named Ji-yoon that’s like a sister to him. Right next door live a mother and son the same age as them; Ji-yoon’s friend Yeong-joo and her twenty-year-old son Jae-yeong. The sons fall for each others’ mothers.
The musical adventure of the 16-year-old Jasmine who goes to Suriname to attend a song contest, but secretly is looking for her mother.
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Getting Away With It… Live is the thirteenth release and the third live album from the Manchester Indie group James. It was recorded at the Manchester gig of their 2001 winter tour, which was dubbed as James’ final tour until their reunion in 2007, at the Manchester Evening News Arena on 7 December 2001. A DVD of the show was also released that also featured band interviews and promotional videos. Former members Larry Gott (guitar) and Andy Diagram (trumpet) made guest appearances during the show.
A film about the madness of double personalities.
Documentary about West Papua. It tells the historical development of today’s Indonesian province Irian Jaya as well as the freedom movement of the Papuans.
Daniel is a young man suffering from low selfesteem, who is incapable of defending himself from the abuses of employers and of society in general. He is medicated with antidepressants to make his monotonous life more bearable; however, far from helping him, the medication worsens hiscondition with hallucinations and psychotic thoughts of vengeance that lead him to a state of total confusion.