Opera singer turned spy, sang for Hitler whilst she had secrets hidden in her knickers. She sang to British PoWs and made contact with MI9 spy John Brown and gave evidence against SS officers after the war. A true story.
After Rahul's white pop-star fiancée dies in a bizarre levitation accident his mother insists he find another girl as soon as possible, preferably a Hindi one. As she backs this up by ... See full summary »
The film examines the plight of a group of widows forced into poverty at a temple in the holy city of Varanasi. It focuses on a relationship between one of the widows, who wants to escape the social restrictions imposed on widows, and a man who is from the highest caste and a follower of Mahatma Gandhi.
Three Southern women - two sisters and one African American slave - left without men in the dying days of the Civil War, are forced to defend their home from the onslaught of a band of soldiers who have broken off from the fast approaching Union Army.
At the suggestion of a friend of mine, I was encouraged to watch this new show that might turn into a TV series called, Hotel Babylon. The premise is that of some land immigrants who work at a hotel and how they deal with daily occurrences and personality clashes. So, I sat down, taped the show and after it was over came to my own conclusion: it wasn't that bad. I'll admit, it started off slow in the beginning but picked up some speed before the end. One thing stood out though: the characters were strong, especially that of Awaovieyi Agie, portraying a Maintainence Man who was a cop in his native land. I hope to see more of his performances in the future, whether or not this show becomes a series.
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