A psychiatrist faces his past, present and future when he finds himself involved in the treatment of a young man recently released from prison for a murder committed when the boy was just 11 years old.
MARGARET POWERS, a middle aged, middle class doctor of pathology, seeks a path of vengeance when she captures and tortures the young man she believes murdered her son, but in a bid to ... See full summary »
In the teeming, multicultural metropolis of modern-day London, a seemingly straightforward missing-person case launches a down-at-heel private eye into a dangerous world of religious fanaticism and political intrigue.
James Krishna Floyd
Abel (Daniel Grao) is a politician dedicated to the struggle for the most disadvantaged and Nora (Natalia Molina), his wife, is the unconditional support for him and who keeps an important ... See full summary »
Natalia de Molina,
After being stabbed in the heart by ruthless home invaders, a man is left for dead. Now weak, outnumbered, and knife sticking from his chest, he attempts to do the impossible: save his wife from these murderers before he bleeds to death.
In search of a lifeline for his struggling off road racing team, a man takes on a young car thief looking for a second chance, but as their worlds collide, they must struggle to forge a successful alliance.
At the 42:55 minute mark of the film: Sean's previously severed left index finger, which was wrapped in a bloody bandage, appears to be intact while grasping Mark's shoulder during the discussion at the base of the stairs. See more »
Performed by Cowbell
Courtesy of Too Much To Offer Productions LLC
By arrangement with The Orchard
Written by Jack Alexander Sandham and Wednesday Starshine Lyle
Published by David Platz Music (BMI) See more »
After directing "Voice Over" one of the most successful and spectacular shorts of the last years with more than 100 awards, Martin Rosete directs his first feature film, "Money." The short is fantastic so the expectations for "Money" were pretty high and I wasn't disappointed.
The movie has an impressive cast that includes Jamie Bamber, Kellan Lutz, Jesse Williams and Jess Weixler. I thought they were all pretty great, specially Jamie Bamber and Jesse Williams. The film's limitations in terms of budget and location are not a handicap but an asset. Its clever dialogue and unexpected twists kept me guessing at the edge of my sit for an hour and a half.
If you are a fan of cat-and-mouse thrillers, "Money" is definitely for you.
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