11-year-old Billy secretly joins a ballet class, knowing that his mining father would never approve. While his raw talents quickly take flight, he must fight for his dreams and his destiny.
Nominated for three Independent Spirit Awards and winner of Best First Screenplay, Tiny Furniture is a hilarious and endearing film that explores the depths of romantic humiliation and the heights of post-college confusion.
A wedding dress is fitted, cufflinks donned, women's hair arranged and shoes shined - but who's getting married?
Roger hosts Bridget's baby shower and tries to start some rather odd party games, apparently all in the name of tradition. Much to Sean's delight, Maree digs out Bobby, Dan's 'crying' baby doll that he had until he was 12 years old. Cora grimaces at talk of 'her turn' as she's not entirely sure a baby is in her future plans at all. Dan is thrown by Cora's comment, as this is a revelation to him.
When her husband is taken hostage by his striking employees, a trophy wife takes the reins of the family business and proves to be a remarkably effective leader. However business and personal complications arrive in the form of her ex-lover, a former union leader.
The French do romance like no one else. Pierre Salvadori directs Audrey Tautou in this delightful comedy where Jean, a shy waiter working in a grand hotel, is mistaken for a young millionaire by the beautiful, scheming adventuress Irene. When she discovers his lowly status, Irene makes a quick retreat. But love struck Jean has no intention of letting her escape, and pursues her to the Cote d'Azur - as you do when romance is in the air. Quickly running out of money, he adopts his beloved's lifestyle, setting himself up as a gigolo and moving into a magnificent luxury hotel. Irene at last accepts this new Jean. She starts to give him advice, she grows closer and closer to him, not realising that love is working its subtle magic on her too.
Accepting the principles of a national computer file containing private information about citizens, but aware of the short-comings, Jim Hacker decides that something must be done to protect people's privacy.
Terry, in the final run up to his council election, is feeling terrible and requires blood tests; Sean, as self appointed campaign manager, decides this is a great opportunity for gaining voter sympathy. The financial stress of the election is taking its toll; so too is breaking up with Yvonne.
Sean accidentally hits a penguin while careering across the harbour on a jet ski, drunk, and ends up in court. However, his court date clashes with Terry's local election fundraiser.
It's the annual Moody family Easter Weekend, when the whole clan goes to a holiday park on the NSW south coast. 'House proud' Kev sets up camp around his beloved RV while Sean books himself, Dan, Terry and Cora into a single, tiny Viscount for the weekend, much to Cora's chagrin.
The Moody family organises a surprise 40th birthday party for Bridget the biggest surprise being that she isn't actually 40. On the day, Roger attempts to distract Bridget with a string of activities, however despite his best intentions it ends badly - especially the glycolic acid facial.
When a junior Minister is caught up in a financial scandal, the Prime Minister must decide whether to sack or stand by him.
The Moody family gathers at the local RSL to celebrate Kev and Maree's wedding anniversary. But in usual Moody style, the celebrations are disrupted.
The Moodys is an eight-part comedy series focused on the loveable, yet seasonally dysfunctional Moody family as they come together for eight family events, over a single year.
Under pressure to improve standards of education, Jim devises a plan which presents Sir Humphrey, as Cabinet Secretary and Head of the Civil Service.
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