Coco is 6. She lives in a big house with her mother and aunt. One night, she wakes with a start after a terrible nightmare about a character resembling Woody Woodpecker. She asks her mom to call the police.
Youth footballers and professional players are asked the same set of interview questions in this documentary that explores mental health, the academy system and childhood ambition in the world of football.
A white dragon weeps following a broken relationship, and a raccoon feels compelled to say yes when asked to work overtime. In an atmospheric and detailed puppet animation, self-will is doubted, and coupledom is questioned as the normative form of relationship.
Ukraine, 1996. 5 months before the moratorium on capital punishment, two old friends, a police detective and a forensic psychiatrist, investigate a murder of their colleague. Long time ago, both of them were in love with the widow of the deceased. Immersed in the complicated case and long forgotten memories, they create a future where their children have to live, inheriting unrealized aspirations of their parents.
In 'E-SARN TOOTSIE PART 1,' Ole dreams of winning the Miss LGBTQ+ pageant but faces discouragement from beauty standards. Ole persuades Totae, a talented dancer, to be her trainee. Together, they embark on a humorous and heartwarming mission to win the Miss LGBTQ+ Crown.
How does one handle their father getting old and frail? The man in the movie believes that his father has seen the best days of his life and takes him on a picnic in the forest to make a point. The humor is dark but with a life-affirming impulse.