Francis Ford Coppola and S.E. Hinton's 14-episode follow-up to the 1983 movie, which builds on each character from the film immensely. Series finale (entitled "Breaking the Maiden") reaches... See full summary »
A well meaning but burned-out high school teacher tries to maintain order against the backdrop of a pending lawsuit against his school district when it comes to light they gave a diploma to an illiterate student.
Film adaptation of street tough Jim Carroll's epistle about his kaleidoscopic free fall into the harrowing world of drug addiction. As a member of a seemingly unbeatable high school ... See full summary »
Twenty-something Richard travels to Thailand and finds himself in possession of a strange map. Rumours state that it leads to a solitary beach paradise, a tropical bliss - excited and intrigued, he sets out to find it.
Obviously made to cash in on Leonardo DiCaprio's popularity after "Titanic", this direct-to-video documentary features interviews with various people with some very far-fetched connections to the "Titanic" star.
In Santa Barbara, California, the fascinating and tumultuous life of the rich Capwells around who gravitate other families, from the Lockridges, the rival family, to the Andrades or the ... See full summary »
Francis Ford Coppola and S.E. Hinton's 14-episode follow-up to the 1983 movie, which builds on each character from the film immensely. Series finale (entitled "Breaking the Maiden") reaches an optimistic conclusion to the story of the group's troubled youth. Written by
I was twice lucky to watch this TV-series. First of all because it was shown just once in France and on a cable channel. Then it's such a good programed ! Actors/actresses are brilliant, and 15 years later you can spot the names of David Arquette, Heather McComb, Michael Madsen or Billy Bob Thornton in the cast ! It could easily be the cast of a feature film. And of course you have Coppola. It's also full of poetry, nostalgia and every situation is shown in a humanistic way. It's warm, intelligent. Dialogues and characters are good. Too bad for me I can't find the right words in English to describe all the feelings I had when I watched it. Anyway this series is like a family album you open on a cold night. You watch pictures and you remember the events linked with them. They can be sad or happy moments but what is sure is they were relevant for you and they shaped what you've become.
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