Ever since Connie told Richie that Hector raped her, Richie hasn't been able to think of anything else. He starts harassing Hector anonymously, sending texts and spying on him at the pool. Somehow concern for his friend becomes tangled up with Richie's own obsession with Hector.
Director Jane Campion presents this bio-pic about Janet Frame (Kerry Fox), who overcame childhood electroshock therapy to become one of New Zealand's finest writers.
Directed by Darlene Johnson, Crocodile Dreaming tells the traditional Aboriginal story of a mystical stone which holds the stories and songs of the ancestors. The stone is stolen from its proper location and subsequently causes the death of two children. In order for the natural order to return, the stone must be found and brought back. Filmed over six years in Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Crocodile Dreaming uses traditional storytelling together with modern-day special effects. Johnson wanted to emphasise the spiritual, sacred and mystic side of actor David Gulpilil and his story.
Whilst the court case is over, the repercussions of the slap are far from resolved for Aisha. Her marriage is buckling, and Rosie isn't returning her calls. Relief comes in the form of a veterinary conference on the Gold Coast. No family. No drama. No slap. At the conference she meets the charming, charismatic Art Martinez, one of the keynote speakers. Art is gorgeous, interesting and doing some exciting work around the globe. They click instantly.
As a man approaching the end of his life, Manolis hates what the slap is doing to his family. His wife is full of vitriol, Hector and Aisha are being torn apart by their split loyalties, and Aisha, furious with Harry, will have nothing to do with the family. When Manolis notices Hector still harbouring resentment towards Harry after the court case, he tries to reach out to him, but Hector rejects his efforts. Hector, as always, is consumed with his own problems. He's getting anonymous text messages calling him a rapist.
Rosie receives notification of the court date. Finally Harry will be punished for what he did. But her relief is short lived when she realises she is alone in her crusade. Aisha won't attend the trial as it puts her in a difficult position with her family and Anouk won't testify as she's staying out of it. Even Hector wants nothing to do with it, and is only going because he's been summonsed.
Downfall starts and closes with the reflections of Hitler's secretary, Traudl Junge, who was in the bunker during the last days of Hitler's life. The film charts the events of these last ten days from 20 April, "Fuehrer's birthday", to 30 April when he committed suicide. Bruno Ganz portrays Hitler as a half-crazed man who keeps trying to delude himself that the final victory is nigh until a series of defeats breaks his spirit and he resigns himself to his end. But it is not only Hitler's downfall that is portrayed. The film tells the tale of Goering's and Himmler's desertion, and of the Goebbels' murder of their children and suicide.
When Hector broke things off with Connie, her feelings for him didn't change, if anything, they got stronger. So, when Hector drives her home one night after babysitting, she kisses him, and Hector, in a moment of weakness, takes things further. Connie is thrilled by this development until she sees Aisha at the vet clinic, and her excitement turns to guilt. She tries to make contact with Hector but he doesn't respond. Unable to resist seeing him, and knowing Aisha is out, she dresses up and visits him at home, aiming to seduce him. But her plan goes awry when Hector not only rejects her advances, but tells her he regrets their affair and will never love her.
Harry has everything; the Brighton Beach mansion, the beautiful wife, a son and a successful business. But Harry stands to lose all of that as a result of slapping Hugo at Hector's birthday.
Anouk leaves the BBQ feeling more appalled at seeing Hector and Connie flirting than Harry slapping Hugo. Lately, Anouk's life is full of pressures - her mother is ill and she is losing control at work with one of the younger writers constantly undermining her by liaising directly with her boss. Feeling ill from what she thinks is stress, Anouk goes to see a doctor, where she learns she is pregnant with her much younger boyfriend's baby.
A brief overview of major historical events in history.
The true story of a part aboriginal man who finds the pressure of adapting to white culture intolerable, and as a result snaps in a violent and horrific manner.
Australian director Benjamin Gilmour conducts an intimate insight into the life of an 11-year-old boy restrained by the values upheld by his belligerent and fundamentalist Muslim father. Niaz, a sensitive boy who loves music, longs to attend school in Peshawar like his cousin. However, his father, who mends guns for a living in a village in north-west Pakistan, forces Niaz to stay home.
Haunting images of violence and war blend with breathtaking scenery in this moving film about life in an outpost just inside the Iranian border with Afghanistan, focusing on a young Afghan refugee who does odd jobs in a roadside coffee house.
A multi-award winning and heart-wrenching, beautifully told story about nine-year-old Eero who is sent from Finland to Sweden as a war refugee, where his foster mother welcomes him to her home but not her heart.
A dramatic depiction of the oppression and discrimination against women in Iran. Three women on leave from prison try to fit into society, with little success.
November 22, 1963. JFK is in Fort Worth, Texas to mend fences between the liberal and conservative wings of the state's Democratic Party prior to beginning his re election campaign. Lee Harvey Oswald is at home in Dallas, assembling a rifle.
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