THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY is inspired by the existentialist novel of the same name by G.K. Chesterton (1908). The novel is considered a metaphysical thriller, and our film could be ...
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The story follows three young men who are willing to do anything to reach their dreams, even to prostitute themselves to gain money for the bussines they want. They obviously get themselves into trouble and various funny situations.
"Passing Fancy" is a film about the devastating effects that emotional and sexual abuse reap on the human mind. In this story the abuse leads to drugs, deception, insanity and eventually ... See full summary »
David is travelling. He's on a unique trip that doesn't take him from one place to another but from one moment in time to another. Seeking to understand the strange power he has to move ... See full summary »
After the death of her unfaithful husband, Gisele, a social worker of 52 years, falls madly in love with Yannick, one of her former customers and kleptomaniac addict. She tries to repress ... See full summary »
When a handful of friends stumble upon the abandoned building, they come face to face with a biological weapons experiment gone catastrophically wrong. They also confront a maniacal ... See full summary »
When 14 year old Allison loses her father in a plane crash, three years after her adoptive mother died, she is devastated. - At the funeral, she is shocked to meet her real mom, Jessica. - ... See full summary »
Kirby Bliss Blanton,
Janna, the responsible twin, and Callie, the wild twin, get into a car wreck. Callie walks away from the crash but Janna falls into a coma. Callie suddenly starts to live as Janna in order ... See full summary »
Hanelle M. Culpepper
Christa B. Allen,
A decade and a half after their seminal indie film launched meteoric filmmaking careers, Splick and Jason find themselves staring at their own individual, pre-midlife crises. Having not ... See full summary »
Donal Lardner Ward
Donal Lardner Ward,
THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY is inspired by the existentialist novel of the same name by G.K. Chesterton (1908). The novel is considered a metaphysical thriller, and our film could be considered the same, though it also can be thought of in more classical cinematic terms a psychological and supernatural thriller.