Rachel Cartwright and Mitchell Little both grow up in the small town of Providence, Tennessee. Their paths keep crossing and at one point it looks like they'll finally get together. But the...
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A story about a beautiful street musician suffering from memory loss and a disheartened neuroscientist intent on helping her, bringing together the city of New Orleans and the jazz that made it famous.
Joaquim de Almeida,
A poor but talented Kashmiri boy Noor, is hired as a stable-keeper by Begum. He is deeply infatuated with her daughter Firdaus. Begum notices his actions and sends Firdaus to London. She ... See full summary »
Paco, so fed up with his nagging and nitpicking wife, comes up with an ingenious plan to end the unhappy union: Find her a boyfriend by hiring a professional seducer nicknamed "El Taiger" to whisk her off her feet and out of the marriage.
Arath de la Torre,
Neerja is a portrayal on the life of the courageous Neerja Bhanot, who sacrificed her life while protecting the lives of 359 passengers on the Pan Am flight 73 in 1986. The flight was hijacked by a terrorist organization.
Dr. Sydney Hansen, a successful plastic surgeon in Hollywood, California, quits her private practice and returns to her hometown in Providence, Rhode Island after the sudden death of her ... See full summary »
Rachel Cartwright and Mitchell Little both grow up in the small town of Providence, Tennessee. Their paths keep crossing and at one point it looks like they'll finally get together. But the opportunity slips away and they go their separate ways. It takes a tragedy many years later before they're reunited.
It felt like a long music video for a song I'm not into, but it was a nice story, visually
I thought the format was very creative. It was basically a silent picture with the only sound being a soundtrack, that consisted of what I gather to be faith based music.
The entire story was very clear, very easy to understand. I saw two people connected since childhood, but somehow it took forty years for them to get together.
For the most part I was impress with the production. A lot was done on a small scale, and what was done was great. There were a few times where the story drag because no words were use, but I feel that's just something that happens with silent films and you have to get use to.
The soundtrack was not my thing, but the movie and it's message on waiting for love was nice.
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