Town Mall 2 is an adaptation of the famous horror novel 'Town Mall'. This film revolves around the mystical story of Ariani's life which eventually invites the revenge of the ethereal beings who continue to haunt her life.
A short documentary about wine, vulnerability, and queer experiences. It explores the effects of alcohol on intimate conversations and the tone of discourse between young adults, taking into account that this is a method of facilitation often used during social interactions.
After witnessing a tragic hit and run car accident involving a pregnant woman, Mikaela, a young woman with Down syndrome, decides to set in motion her life’s goal of having a baby. After falling pregnant with Eric Charles, a fellow resident at her group home, fate intervenes and sets a course for the future of their child.
“I am tired of myself tonight. I should like to be somebody else.” Succession’s Sarah Snook stars in one of the hottest London plays of the season: The Picture of Dorian Gray. Based on a classic piece of English literature, Oscar Wilde’s novel of the same name, The Picture of Dorian Gray is a stirring, explosive, and digital-forward production adapted and directed by Kip Williams, Artistic Director of Sydney Theatre Company. The Picture of Dorian Gray is an archetypal morality tale of a young man who purchases eternal youth at the expense of his soul after meeting Lord Henry, who explains that beauty and youth are fleeting. Dorian Gray embarks on a journey in which he doesn’t age, but a portrait of him does. Increasingly mad by the portrait’s maturation as his body remains gorgeous, but his life remains vacuous, Dorian Gray comes to regret his choice and takes acts to reverse it, propelling him to a bloody conclusion.
In a family-run hotel, by the Portuguese northern shore, lives a group of women from different generations of the same family, whose relationships with each other have grown poisoned by bitterness. They try to survive in the declining hotel, as the unexpected arrival of a granddaughter to this oppressive space stirs trouble, reviving latent hatred and piled-up resentments.
Wen Shan is a mediocre screenwriter struggling to make a living in Beijing. Commercial projects are left undone, and his own stories fall by the wayside. He lives a stagnant life in a fast growing city. By chance, he begins to write eulogies for a living. He meets the families of the deceased, carefully observes, listens to the stories, and at last, puts pen to paper. As he restores the lives of others, he finds his own place in the city and finally realizes that ordinary people can take the center stage too.
Marie, in her forties, lives in the Hautes-Alpes, cut off from her relatives. She only has her lover, Alex, a border policeman. Thanks to him, she smuggles cigarettes between Italy and France for her ' get out. On her way to France, she bumps into Mouneer, a 20-year-old Sudanese migrant, determined to join his little sister. He guesses her trafficking and persuades her to bring migrants across the border.
In a world where men bottle their emotions and toxic masculinity reigns supreme, a young man's repressed feelings manifest as lightning in a bottle. As he faces toxic masculinity, bad lovers, and life challenges, he hoards more emotions until the jar overflows. A breakthrough makes him learn that... real men cry.
Olga stands on the brink of adulthood and is making a five-year plan. She starts studying at the university, but at the same time, the allure of the talent hunt at the local mall, with promises of honor and fame, beckons to her. Balder Ljunggren skillfully depicts an ambitious young person torn between the seemingly endless possibilities of the present.