A ruthless businesswoman tracks down the man that attacked her and is drawn into a game of cat and mouse - a game that may, at any moment, spiral out of control. In French.
Angela Bennett, a computer analyst, has her identity stolen when a top-secret computer program falls into her hands. With her records altered and a killer tracking her every move, she must search within herself for the strength and resources to fight those who want to silence her.
Looking for a fresh start after the death of their infant daughter, Dana and David, together with their five-year-old son Lucas, move into their dream house, a once-grand, now run-down rural home. When frightening and unexplainable events lead Dana to discover the long lost key to a room in the attic, she accidentally unlocks a host of horrors that reveal the house's past is terrifyingly tied with her own.
Sydney's hard-working magistrates reveal the difficult deliberations handing down a sentence to a young man caught for a second time with cocaine. Meanwhile, a Sydney cabbie is disputing his first traffic fine in 20 years driving, and a man faces a serious sentence after being caught with a crossbow.
This gangland epic chronicles the lives, loves and crimes of four Jewish mobsters as seen through the eyes of the troupe's ringleader, Noodles. Beginning with their childhood in the 1920s, it follow the boys through the last years of Prohibition in the early 1930s, to the late 1960s, when Noodles returns to the Lower East Side to face his past, filled with brutality and violence.
Susan is living through an unfulfilling marriage when she receives a package containing a novel manuscript from her ex-husband, Edward. The novel is dedicated to her but its content is violent and devastating. Susan cannot help but reminisce over her past love story with the author. Increasingly she interprets the book as a tale of revenge, a tale that forces her to re-evaluate the choices that she has made, and reawakens a love that she feared was lost.
In Australia's busiest local court a surprising number of defendants choose to forgo a lawyer and instead represent themselves. A young driver, a homeless man and a law-abiding grandmother decide to argue against their charges without legal assistance.
Drink driving is an endemic problem around the world and in NSW alone 20,000 people are charged with the offence. Magistrates in Sydney's busiest court have minimal tolerance for drink drivers, especially for repeat offenders. This time, three drink drivers suffer the consequences of their actions.
Over half the defendants who appear in Australia's busiest local court will reoffend within 10 years. Four serial offenders tread a familiar path to the court as they appear before the Downing Centre's frustrated magistrates.
A widowed mother working as a psychic incorporates a Ouija board into her act. Soon after, her youngest daughter becomes possessed by an evil spirit that lives in the basement.
An innocent man is accused of murdering his wife and twists of fate result in the conviction of the wrong man.
A San Francisco detective suffering from acrophobia investigates the strange activities of an old friend's wife, all the while becoming dangerously obsessed with her.
A simple walk in the woods for three filmmakers to shoot a documentary film on the local legend, The Blair Witch, becomes an excursion into heart-stopping terror. They were never heard from again.
Drug offences account for almost 20 percent of all cases before Australia's busiest local courts. Drug related crime has landed a housewife and a plumber before the courts on serious charges. The balance between rehabilitation and punishment is a tricky one.
When aspiring model Jesse moves to Los Angeles, her youth and vitality are devoured by a group of beauty-obsessed women who will use any means necessary to get what she has.
Sydney's busiest local courts are home to heartbroken parents supporting errant children as they face the full weight of the law. A young man has attacked police at Mardi Gras, a budding athlete has been caught possessing ice, and a man on a second drink driving charge is read the riot act.
People from all walks of life end up in Australia's busiest local court. A drug addict, two disrespectful twentysomethings and a priest who has been charged during a protest appear before the magistrates. Before the law all are treated equally.
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