Fontaine Khaled is the wife of a wealthy but boring businessman. She spends his money on her nightclub, the hobo, and partying. She hires a manager, Tony, to run her club, but it is ... See full summary »
Tom Jones, a maid's son adopted by the nobleman she worked for, now all grown up must run away from home when he is set up by his jealous cousin. He has several adventures and women on his way to town where his possible salvation awaits.
Curt Taylor is a convict and owes Phil Drexler the number 1 convict in the prison. Now to settle his debt Drexler sends Curt to be the secretary for Cartier Rand so that he can steal her ... See full summary »
Young Helene Junot witnesses the death of her mother at the hands of Nazis. Separated from her brother, Edmund, by the war, Helene goes to work at the chateau of the Count De Ville. There ... See full summary »
King Louis XIV has without his knowledge a twin brother, Philippe, but when he is told, he immediately locks up his brother in the Bastille. The king wants to increase his popularity and ... See full summary »
Alfie returns, up to his old womanizing ways, until he meets his match in a sophisticated magazine editor Abby. His pursuit is complicated by his encounter with Norma and the fact that a ... See full summary »
Anabel Bolio is a beautiful and young workingwoman; Oskar Pratz is a brilliant and handsome entrepreneur. A spark of mutual attraction is inevitable and a torrid romance ensues. But what ... See full summary »
Full of sex and fury, east is a sharp, affectionate and funny expose of life in London's East End. With its uncompromising physical performance style and its rich poetic language veering ... See full summary »
this rarely seen comedy is sheer delight from beginning to end. written, directed and starring the terrificly gifted stephen berkoff in his first screen lead and directorial debut; the entire film is a laugh a minute. anything which also features joan collins in a supporting role is worth seeing alone along with a cameo from micheal winner (!?). this is probably the only filmed record of stephen at his manic theatrical best and methinks the only movie i've seen of him which resembles his superb stage monologues as oppossed to dross like 'beverly hills cop' and 'under the cherry moon'. i managed to see this one night on sky many moons ago and to the best of my knowledge it's never been shown on national t.v. which is a crying shame. it's available on pal video and is well worth seeing!
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