You die. But your identity keeps on living. Crystal and James fell in love in an online virtual world but have never met. When James dies mysteriously Crystal travels to see him for the ... See full summary »
Low Life is a black comedy about depression. On the surface, Jef is a regular guy. He's good looking, charming, and funny. He also has a good job and a beautiful girlfriend. But he just ... See full summary »
Randy Jay Burrell,
Claire van der Boom
Mike and Carla are hard-boiled journalists, shackled by government-issued laptops prone to violent methods of censorship. They're forced into a tight squeeze when the mob corners them with an offer they can't refuse.
Inspired by real events and based on Rod Miller's manuscript The Lost Women of Rabaul Sisters of War is a telemovie based on the true story of two Australian women, Lorna Whyte, an army nurse and Sister Berenice Twohill, a Catholic nun from New South Wales who survived as prisoners of war in Papua New Guinea during World War II. The two women remained friends for the remainder of their lives. Beautifully filmed with a feel of authenticity. The story of the Rabaul nurses would never have been told if it wasn't for an auctioneer who discovered a diary written by Grace Kruger, one of four civilian nurses captured by the Japanese in Rabaul in 1942. Apparently the diary was written cryptically as to confuse the Japanese soldiers and any casual reader and as a consequence went unnoticed for decades.
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