Despite being in love with a Ukrainian boy from the same village, Polish girl named Zosia is forced into marrying a wealthy widower. Soon World War II begins and ethnic tensions arise. Amidst the war chaos Zosia tries to survive.
Jaleh and Hamid are two youngsters from the third generation of Iranian immigrants in Turkey. Their families came here to have a peaceful life. We see two parallel narrations from two ... See full summary »
One year has passed. Anthony continues to relive his nightmarish experience. But while attending a weekend birthday party for a close friend, Anthony faces an unexpected revelation. Though he struggles to come to terms with the guilt he feels and is unable to forgive himself, he finally accepts responsibility for his own selfish actions. But it might be too late. From award-winning filmmaker Anthony Spadaccini comes the shocking follow-up to 2005's "Unstable."Written by
We live our lives full of 'what ifs'...if we should/could/would have...we can never know where the other path would have led us. In this 'sequel' to 'Unstable', Anthony is left alone to battle with his conscience over this very question. Was the final outcome really his fault? Could it have ended any differently? Was it 'Fate'? Can we change our own, or others 'Destiny'? We see a side of him that we only saw very subtle hints of in the previous film...in fact we only realize this by being made privy to his inner conflict over his own, presumed, short-comings. The viewer is left to decide for himself who is really to blame...if anyone. 'Hatred' may not be for everyone, but it is most certainly a must for anyone who has seen 'Unstable'. The story must be followed to its inevitable(?) conclusion.
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