Poor Herbert...if only the brain tumor had killed him... A charming dark comedy with a vintage vibe. A wife and son live it up while their miser-rat of a husband/father lies in a hospital ... See full summary »
'Think KIDS meets Midnight Cowboy.' EKAJ is a film packed with real life drama and a real sense of humor. The film capture's a naive teen's runaway journey to one of the most difficult ... See full summary »
Three helpless American immigrants, Red, White and Blue, are tormented by an Uncle Sam doll in a locked, windowless room. They can't remember who they are or how they got there. Little by ... See full summary »
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Alex (Alex Magaña) and Matt (Matt Lowe) are best friends who are complete opposites. Alex is responsible, in-shape and lonely. Matt is immature, overweight and smothered. Secretly, they ... See full summary »
Kevin is a 22 year old programmer from a small town hoping to sell his app. One girl makes him feel like a million bucks, the other a nervous wreck, but his relationship with both will make him realize what he really wants out of life.
A lonely artist brings a young, drifter woman back to his tiny apartment to live with him. Between his obsessive tendencies and her non-stop drinking, something strange happens. They start to care for each other.
The Wounds We Cannot See, tells the gripping story of former US Navy Airman Nancy Ross of Hingham, Massachusetts. Ross was violently raped during her service in 1988 and has since struggled with addiction, mental illness and depression. She continues to battle Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as a direct result of her attack and subsequent abusive relationships. While Nancy has undergone extensive therapy since her honorable discharge from the Navy, she still suffers from addiction and mental illness, living in constant fear of the future.Written by
In January 2017, Miro Kepinski was a recipient of an Outstanding Achievement Award, in Film Score / Soundtrack category, for the original music written for 'The Wounds We Cannot See', in Calcutta International Cult Film Festival, in India. See more »
THE WOUNDS WE CANNOT SEE is a very powerul and gripping documentary!
THE WOUNDS WE CANNOT SEE is a very powerul and gripping documentary! This film really moved me to my core. It was seriously powerful and so honest. This poor woman and her struggle is just brutal and the portrayal here is unappologetic. But I feel like it was all done to illuminate the issues here and not just entertain. Other reviewers mentioned PTSD and I totally get that. If you want to see something that really makes you think, you should see THE WOUNDS WE CANNOT SEE.
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