Based on the novel by Nikos Kazantzakis, this film delves deep into the mind and soul of Jesus Christ and the inner torment of his experiences after discovering he is the son of God.
Hannah's personal and professional lives collide when Nathan helps out with the Hansen case. Meanwhile, Nina, having narrowly escaped a shoplifting sentence, is struggling with her decision to terminate her pregnancy.
After a year, the family's private prosecution finally arrives in court. But their case dramatically falls apart when their star witness, Tim, has a last-minute change of heart.
In an industrial city in China, a young dancer named Qiao falls in love with a mobster named Bin. When a fight breaks out between rival gangs, Qiao uses a gun to protect Bin, and she is sent to prison for five years. Upon her release, she goes looking for Bin to pick up where they left off. In Mandarin.
A talented New York City bartender takes a job at a bar in Jamaica and falls in love.
This drama interweaves three storylines: in Washington, ambitious Republican senator launches his new military strategy for Afghanistan and tries to persuade a news journalist that this is necessary to win the war on terror. In Los Angeles, a political science professor tries to engage an apathetic student, in a conversation about American politics. At the same time, in nighttime Afghanistan, two of the professors former students are part of an infantry team whose mission goes awry.
As Hannah prepares Fi Hansen for her divorce, she feels increasingly stressed by the double life she is leading with Christie.
Three months later the inquest into the accident arrives. Now guided by solicitor, Phillip, the families discover the truth that Kallbridge used faulty steel on the site. It seems taking the case on themselves is their only hope.
Spanning two generations, two clashing cultures and two very different ways of life that crash into each other only to become lovingly intertwined, this film is ultimately about the imminently relevant question: What does it mean to be an American family?
James White is a 2015 American drama film written and directed by Josh Mond. The film stars Christopher Abbott, Cynthia Nixon, Scott Mescudi, Ron Livingston, Makenzie Leigh and David Call. James, a twenty-something New Yorker, struggles to take control of his self-destructive behavior in the face of momentous family challenges.
A teacher's world is turned upside down when her husband, a successful headmaster, is caught embezzling from their own school. Did he do this of his own free will - or has his personality been altered by the tumour lurking in his brain? Original title: Du Forsvinder. In Danish.
Dickens' classic tale of a young man's struggle to protect his family from a scheming uncle and a cruel world. Based on the Charles Dickens novel.
Delves back into the world of a high-flying family of lawyers, where Hannah Stern is busy negotiating complex divorce cases, while being confronted by difficulties in her own family.
The unforgettable story of the heroic passengers and crew members who prevented the terrorists from carrying out their plans for the fourth hijacked plane on September 11, 2001.
In the aftermath of the tragedy, grief sets in and the investigation begins. Polly's friend Angela unites the families to fight for justice. Harriet's assistant leaks emails revealing who was to blame.
Working on a case involving a member of Parliament, Hannah grows increasingly close to Christie and further away from Nathan and her family. As Rose and James' wedding draws near, Ruth hosts a dinner party for the family.
Hannah finds herself caught in the middle when Nathan and Christie clash on a highly charged divorce case involving fertility law and the ownership of frozen embryos.
Things become increasingly complicated for Hannah as she faces Christie's ex-wife in a tricky prenup, and the three sisters meet their father for the first time.
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