Beatriz is a holistic healer trained in massage, reiki and other therapies who is invited to stay for dinner at her rich clients' - Cathy and Grant's - home after her car breaks down. They're having guests over for a party and once they start arriving she couldn't look more out of place with her bare face, casual clothes and 5 foot 2 stature. The guests try and be polite towards this woman, who could clearly never be a part of their own social circles, but she's strangely drawn to one guest in particular; Grant's business partner Doug Strutt. As the evening wears on and the guests get progressively more drunk, she starts to sense a prejudice in the air in regards to both her nationality and her career choice. But her own prejudices come to the forefront when she discovers Doug's passion for hunting, and her disgust is something she just can't hide.
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Stephen Strange is one of the most talented neurosurgeons in the world, he's still relatively young and has saved the lives of thousands of people. When he's in a serious car accident, his most important assets, his hands are damaged beyond intricate repair and it's an abrupt end to his most loved profession.
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Marnie Minervini recently lost her husband. The couple were very much in love and did everything together but her loss isn't going to stop Marnie getting on with her life. She moves from New Jersey to LA to be closer to her daughter and purchases a new flat near The Grove and a new iPhone which she won't let get the better of her.
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Amy Landecker - 9th Annual Women In Film Pre-Oscar Cocktail Party Presented By Max Mara, BMW, M-A-C Cosmetics And Perrier-Jouet at HYDE Sunset: Kitchen + Cocktails - West Hollywood, California, United States - Friday 26th February 2016
David Raskin is a regular teenager going through regular problems i.e. girls, grades, and hangs around with his friends who have their own issues too from poverty to bullying. But soon their problems become huge disasters when David discovers his teenage self reflected in a mirror on a video tape of his seventh birthday. Determined to solve the mystery, the friends explore his father's old workshop where they discover blueprints for Project Almanac - a temporal re-location device that can transport the users into a past time. They decide to build the time machine, and subsequently abuse its potential, using it to get their own back on bullies, pick up girls and force a lottery win. Soon they notice that their bodies are becoming dislodged from their own temporal plane and a string of deadly disasters are occurring all around them. Can they turn back time so that they never turned back time? Or is it too late for the damage to be undone?
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Amy Landecker and Jill Soloway - A variety of celebrities were photographed as they arrived at the Paley Center which was the venue for Media's annual benefit gala for LGBT equality in Los Angeles, California, United States - Wednesday 12th November 2014
A new Amazon series is now available online, with Jeffrey Tambor as an ageing parent battling gender dysphoria.
Potentially one of the most important dramas to ever hit the internet is now being aired on Amazon Prime. Starring Jeffrey Tambor as a recently un-closeted transgender parent, 'Transparent' presents a heart-warming story of identity, love and acceptance.
Jeffrey Tambor in a very different kind of acting role
Tambor (known for his roles in 'Arrested Development' and 'The Hangover') takes on what could be the most challenging role of his career in 'Transparent'. The series depicts a loving parent named Maura Pfefferman - formerly known as Mort - who has decided after 70-years-old of living that she can no longer dress like the man she physically appears to be. In a brave move, she begins to transform herself into a woman, though it breaks her heart to see her beloved children so shocked and confused. Meanwhile, it seems she's not the only one who has been keeping secrets, and she's certainly not the only one battling inner demons.
When one teenager discovers his father's old camera, a video of his seventh party is found to be still on there. However, a glance in the corner of the screen tells him that something very strange has happened (or will happen) as he spots what looks very much like his teenage reflection in the mirror on the wall. Puzzled, he and his friends trawl through his father's old workshop and attempt to find the source of an odd clicking noise. It's then they discover a strange device hidden under the floor and papers for the construction of a temporal relocation prototype - in other words, a time machine. When they successfully manage to go back to yesterday, they begin to change various areas of their past which, consequently, has disastrous effects on all their futures. In a bid to get everything back to normal, they try to go back and 'unchange' everything - at serious mortal risk.
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Phil Morrison directs the heart-felt comedy drama about an ex-con trying to go straight for the sake of his daughter, who thinks that he's dead.
Paul Giamatti stars as the recently parolled, hard on his luck former thief Dennis, a Canadian ex-con who has decided to leave behind his long history of crime in order to prove to the people that matter to him that he is a better man. But life out there is hard for a bad guy trying to turn good, and when the people he cares about have stopped caring in him (or have been led to believe that he is dead), things become even harder as he tries to stay on the straight and narrow for good this time.
Paul Giamatti and Paul Rudd star in the dark comedy
The film follows Dennis as he returns home to New York from a stint in prison, only to find out that his wife Therese (Amy Landecker) has moved on and no longer wants anything to do with him. To make matters worse, the infant daughter that Dennis left behind when he was thrown behind bars has now grown into a young girl and thanks to Therese he can no longer see his daughter again. Why? Because Therese told her that her father died after a long, painful fight with cancer. This may be a Christmas-set movie, but in case you haven't guessed it is hardly the next Home Alone.
Dennis is a Canadian former thief who’s just been released on parole, only to come back to New York find that his wife Therese is no longer interested in knowing him and has told his young daughter that he died of cancer. What’s more, finding a job is almost impossible given his criminal past and the current economic state so his hopes of building a life on the straight-on-the-narrow are looking scuppered. However, an opportunity arises when his former partner in crime Rene offers him a job selling Christmas trees in Brooklyn – unfortunately, Rene has now become involved with Therese. Embittered and furious, Dennis is forced to hold on to the poor card life has dealt him if he wants to make sure he can buy his daughter a long yearned for piano for Christmas.
‘All Is Bright’ is a comedy drama that does not fail to tug on the old heartstrings now and again. It may be a little early to start thinking on the upcoming festive season, but this really is a story of family and personal values for all year round. It has been directed by Phil Morrison ('Junebug', 'Upright Citizens Brigade', 'Perfect Partner') and is the screen debut of screenwriter Melissa James Gibson. It will be released in US theatres on October 4th 2013.
Eva, a divorced, single mother who faces the impending departure of her soon to be college bound daughter, meets Albert, an easy going, teddy-bear of man who has a complicated relationship with his ex-wife.
Eva pursues Albert and the couple's relationship quickly blossoms until Eva's latest friend, Marianne, gets a phone call from her supposedly miserable, horrible and selfish ex-husband. Albert.
Eva finds her relationship being tested and doubting her new partner after being sub-consciously influenced by Marianne. Eva must discover the truth about Albert in order find out first hand if he is as the man Marianne suggests he is.
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Beatriz is a holistic healer trained in massage, reiki and other therapies who is invited...
Stephen Strange is one of the most talented neurosurgeons in the world, he's still relatively...
Marnie Minervini recently lost her husband. The couple were very much in love and did...
David Raskin is a regular teenager going through regular problems i.e. girls, grades, and hangs...
When one teenager discovers his father's old camera, a video of his seventh party is...
Dennis is a Canadian former thief who’s just been released on parole, only to come...