As he adjusts to being a husband and father, lawyer Ariel Perelman meditates on the ways in which he is similar to - and so very different from - his own lawyer father. A thoughtful and touching film, dealing with family relationships in an insightful and subtly comic way.
The story of a young couple, the journalist Arvid Stjarnblom and Lydia Stille, who fall madly in love. They are both drawn to the dream of pure, great and untainted love. Yet, the dream demands a greater sacrifice than they could ever imagine. A passionate and fiery love story about the choices we have, the ones we don't, the choices we make and the consequences that follow. Original title: Den Allvarsamma Leken. In Swedish.
Hear the harrowing experiences of a trader who worked in the World Trade Center, a firefighter, a Port Authority officer, an ER doctor, an NYPD rescue worker, and a news reporter who were at Ground Zero, as well as a Pentagon contractor, an Airfone operator communicating with Flight 93, and the head of FAA operations as they experienced the tragic unfolding of a day none had dreamed possible.
In a future where people stop aging at 25, but only live one more year, time is everything. Here, Will Salas finds himself accused of murder and on the run - a connection that becomes an important tool in the war against the system.
The chief of the FBI's counterterrorism unit, John O'Neill, invites rookie Muslim-American agent Ali Soufan onto his squad. Fighting to get information from the CIA, they soon realise their work is just beginning.
After a plane crash, Sai, a capuchin monkey born and raised in captivity, finds himself alone and lost in the wilderness of the Amazon jungle.
From the ancient tea tree forests in China to the urban sprawl of Britain, discover the origins of tea and how it has spread to all of the world.
Tony is asked by the minister to oversee the implementation on a new electronic ID card scheme. Nat and Ash must face the fact that their expensive wildlife project preservation may not have actually preserved any wildlife.
The Goggleboxers share their thoughts on the week's TV highlights.
Most tend to forget that the Tennis Court Oath was the key tipping point of the French Revolution, both from a symbolic and legal standpoint. What happened on that day in Versailles?
A troubled teen with violent tendencies begins to fall for a wealthy girl. With high hopes, secrets and love and violence lingering, their relationship may not survive. Original title: Tres Metros Sobre el Cielo. Alternative titles: Three Steps Above Heaven; 3 Meters Above the Sky. In Spanish.
Norman Oppenheimer, a financial schemer living in New York City, tries to be everyone's friend. He is welcomed into the inner circle of old pal and Israel's new prime minister Micha Eshel.
A detective story comes to life after a team of archaeologists discover the first new tomb to contain a body since the tomb of Tutankhamun.
Actor and filmmaker Craig Anderson sets out to make a super-low-budget horror film, but things quickly go off the rails when budget and union issues threaten to shut the production down.
Mavie is a 27-year-old woman, clumsy, beautiful and full of doubts. Looking erratically for her own way, she moves to Paris and meets George, an old, lonely and cynical librarian, who doesn't expect a thing from life. Love can assume different forms and their unconventional connection will definitely change Mavie's path in life. Original title: Droles D'oiseaux. In French.
Fairfax 'Independent. Always', 60 Minutes v Meghan Markle, roasting vegans and letters galore. Presented by Paul Barry.
Enter the curious world of TS Spivet and his lovingly mismatched family. His twin brother runs amok, his sister dreams of stardom, and his parents are an odd pair with equally eccentric tendencies. Remarkably bright, TS has an insatiable passion for inventing, which leads to a surprise telephone call from the Smithsonian Institute, inviting him to accept the prestigious Baird Award for his invention. Without leaving more than a note of explanation, TS packs his suitcase and embarks on a perilous adventure across America to claim his prize.
Climate Chaos Changes in long range forecasts and weather patterns mean innovating and adapting is the new normal for many farmers. Rethinking current practices could be the key to surviving changing climate behaviour. Future Soil There’s an old saying about soil ‘they’re not making any more of it’ - but some farmers are. They’re drawing on the excess carbon that’s warming the atmosphere and putting it in their soil – building fertility and holding precious water. Future in Cloud From solar powered ear-tags for remotely managing cattle, to precision weed-spraying drones, technology is helping solve everyday problems in agriculture. But 50% of farmers rely on mobile networks for their internet connectivity, and data access and speed in the bush are not keeping up. Chicken Free Chicken A food technology entrepreneur has found success with a chicken substitute and is working on beef and bacon options. Corporate Farming Growing food represents a red-hot opportunity to big investors and corporates have spent hundreds of millions of dollars on agriculture in Australia - from cattle stations to almond groves. It can mean development for farmland, infrastructure for regions and more trade opportunities but does it signal the demise of the family farm? Family Farms Ninety-five percent of farms in Australia are run by families. It’s more expensive now to become a farmer, but a new generation is changing conventional farming models and finding other ways to get into the food production business.
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