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Felix and Alexandra's tender marriage unravels after a devastating betrayal. The story travels on an international journey of discovery from New York City to Santorini, Greece while addressing this very question.
She Loves Me Not
Cary Elwes stars as Brady Olinson, a famous reclusive novelist whose drinking undermines his plans at reviving his career and saving his mansion. The story unfolds in three vignettes, each a different genre and each featuring strong women with their own agendas whom Brady cannot resist.
My Queen Karo
Ten-year-old Karo grows up with her parents in an Amsterdam commune in the Seventies.
Helena from the Wedding
Official Selection - SXSW FF. Newlyweds invite friends to a secluded cabin to ring in New Years, but when a sexy model appears all hell breaks loose.
Rum & Coke
A classic tale of a romance and rejection with a Mojito twist.
Karen Cries on the Bus
Winner - Berlin FF. Karen abandons a failed marriage with no job, friends or money, but finds hope when she meets a wild and inspiring hairdresser.
Only When I Dance
Official Selection - Tribeca FF. Two teenage ballet dancers aspire to leave violent Brazil to join a revolutionary dance company in the U.S.
Her Name is Sabine
Winner - Cannes FF. An intelligent and beautiful documentary portrait of Sabine, an autistic woman, filmed by the famous actress Sandrine Bonnaire.
The Symmetry Of Love
Several stories of love and desire interweave in modern day London.
Abandoned by her mother at birth, Fiona finds herself growing up in the streets of New York being exposed to devious acts. Her mother living the same life has no idea of her daughter's existence. Will daughter and mother meet?
A comedic affair about two friends who recount the romantic highlights of their recent trips, unaware that they were with the same woman.
2001 documentary, independent
For over four years Bruce Weber photographed one subject: Peter Johnson. What began as a photographic journey to document Peter's transition from boyhood into manhood led to the making of the film Chop Suey. A deeply personal film, feeling very much like a film journal or a scrapbook, Chop Suey is homage to all things the filmmaker loves most. Mixing film, archival footage, still photography and a rich and expansive soundtrack boasting over 65 songs, Chop Suey is the third film in the trilogy, which begins with Backyard Movie.
Always Say Goodbye
A sexy, free spirit meets her match in a photographer and serial bachelor. Both of them turn up the personal fires, but neither can commit. Starring Marcia Cross and Joshua Beckett.
Official Selection - Cannes FF. An elegant Israeli girl plans to elope with a Palestinian mechanic, but a shocking, sadistic event changes their plan.
The Men's Club
A group of seven men are assembled by a psychologist and spend an evening doing what men often have trouble doing--trading their deepest fears, darkest secrets, and untold desires--revealing their inner- selves. And when this catharsis ends, they are led to an elegant bordello--where their uninhibited fantasies can now run wild.
Official Selection - Sundance FF. Madeinusa lives in a small village in Peru. When the village turns to chaos, Madeinusa explores new experiences.
Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?
In this lighthearted comedy, shy Weichung begins to question his marriage and sexuality after bumping into an old friend whos living the life of a younger, single gay man. Official Selection - Berlin Int'l Film Festival
A middle-aged woman tries to fulfill her friend's dying wish of reuniting their group of high school friends, despite her unpopularity during her high school career.