The efforts of the Pakistani security forces in their fight against terrorism and how the lives of security officials are affected. A retired security officer returns to save Pakistan from a major terrorist attack.
After nearly getting caught by the dreaded "Bat Guards" for placing political posters, Hawar meets the lovely Hiro, a young girl who offers him shelter and helps him hide from the brutal ... See full summary »
Out of work and with no place to live, a fired nanny and a struggling comedian are stuck house-sitting together. To get back on their feet, this odd couple reluctantly helps each other ... See full summary »
For Sixty years Elizabeth II has met each of her twelve Prime Ministers in a weekly audience at Buckingham Palace- a meeting like no other in British public life- it is private. Both ... See full summary »
After an unforeseen and violent affliction turns her world upside down, Rowena Hambleton struggles to survive night-to-night as she prowls the streets of Los Angeles. If there is a cure for what ails her, Rowena has yet to find it.
After a recent screening of "A Breath To Survive, I found this movie to be both enjoyable and very well made. Imagine a dude writing a chick flick (ok, I just categorized... sorry!) but really, it opens up a lot of questions of what we all settle for in life and what we can choose to do with ourselves and the power we have to give back in experience, support, and inspiration. I found the story line to be timely and real, coupled with generational crossover and some delightful levity. The acting came across both natural and on point. I was very surprised to see this level of quality in an independent film... the production was shot completely in Sony RED and both sound and music are smooth and reflective; sure to be a high favorite within the film festivals and hopefully then some... congrats on a well made film! I look forward to seeing much more from Jon Brekke
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