After hospitalizing the most hated man in New York City, Wilson Bullock was dubbed "The Bruiser"; however, if Wilson wants to win back his ex-girlfriend, he's gonna have to prove that he's done indulging his petty superhero identity.
A suburban housewife and mother suddenly finds herself homeless and lost in downtown Los Angeles. A beautiful story of family and hope.
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In 1950's Texas, Mexican American children were forced to abandon their Spanish language and culture. Thirty years later, one mother realizes the impact Americanization has on her child who is struggling to connect with her Latin heritage. Directed by Marcella Ochoa
How does a real life princess raised in one of the wealthiest families of the world end up losing all such privileges in her middle age? How does she become forced to pick her own food and collect her own wood for the winters? In 1940's India, before even a hint of feministic equality, how does a woman not only uphold her own dignity but also raise three refined daughters in the face of unexpected...
A devoted wife and mother deals with the repercussions of her husband’s public arrest. Flush the John takes us through the aftermath of a highly publicized Long Island prostitution sting and the impact it has on one marriage in particular. Kelly must now face her husband, Owen, a local hometown hero praised by day as a firefighter who finds himself struggling alcohol addiction at night. The two ...
On June 24, 1973, an arsonist set fire to the Up Stairs Lounge, a gay bar located on the edge of the French Quarter in New Orleans, Louisiana. For 43 years, the deadly fire was the “Largest Gay Mass Murder in U.S. History”. Despite the staggering historical significance, few people know about the tragedy. Thirty-two people were killed and some bodies were never identified. One-third of the N...
When we meet the man simply known as 'Black', we quickly learn
of his struggle against the addiction that's controlling his life.
But after losing faith in others to understand his problem, he slowly begins to unravel, showing glimpses of his old ways. Will he catch himself before falling any deeper?
Or give into the urge rising to the surface?