At Harrad College, where controversial coed living situations are established, the students are forced to confront their sexuality in ways that society previously shunned. Part of the ... See full summary »
Phil Warren is expecting his first child but as the days pass the idea of becoming a father suffocates him. He can't escape his own conflicted feelings for his ailing father and fears he ... See full summary »
Having both seen the film & visited the amazing home of the star, Tippie Hedren, to see the wonderful animals, I can't recommend the film highly enough. Cats of different species living together in the beautiful setting of Roar is stunning to see. Ms. Hedren shares her home at Shambala with as many as 80 great cats of all varieties, & provides a permanent home for them. The Roar film project taught Ms. Hedren & her family the importance of protecting these "wild ones" & she shares this with the public by opening her home twice a month to visitors over 18 years of age. I have experienced being up close & personal with the "wild ones" at Shambala twice & was able to, in a very special way, live "Roar". See the film & visit Shambala, you will be very happy you did.
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