Documentary about a Jewish senior citizens' acting group on the Lower East Side of Manhattan. The film covers both the progress and impediments of a play the group is mounting about senior ... See full summary »
A would-be thief enters a house and finds plenty of reasons to make himself at home. Chief among them is the fact that he can't leave, having been trapped by his 'victim' and forced to look... See full summary »
Miracles, in Sweden? A village curate with paltry attendance at his services gets a call one Sunday in December to meet an emissary from the Vatican who has come to test a child for special... See full summary »
Herr Hoffman parks his late-model car in a lot across from his corner office on the top floor. Each day, he puts a coin in the cup of a beggar who stands in front of the building. One day, ... See full summary »
The minute I saw this documentary win the award on the Oscars, it captured my curiosity. After seeing this film, I will never complain about a thing. It is incredible what you can accomplish once you put your mind to it. This documentary follows a young man who is stricken with cerebral palsy. Confined to a certain degree in a wheelchair, he struggles for acceptance in an unforgiven society, and chasing his demons as an affluent artist. This film is short but worth the watch.
If you have seen the movie "My Left Foot" you will like this even better. This movie is a true inspiration.
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