An adaptation of the novel Venice is not in Italy by Ivan Calbérac, published by Flammarion in 2015: Emile is fifteen. He lives in Montargis, between a sweet-crazy father and a mother who ... See full summary »
Set at the end of World War II, the American military is bombing Japan. Kaede and Mitsue band together to take the children under their care to safety. They find shelter and a modicum of safety at an old temple.
What if the only way two young Kwazulu Natal boys can defeat the bullying local crime lord who's threatening their families, is through their belief that one can be a Bollywood hero. Feisty... See full summary »
Chef Dave Oberlin's (Ryan Rottman) career is in shambles when his altercation with a famous food critic goes viral. After being blacklisted by the elite restaurants, Dave is forced to take ... See full summary »
As everyone knows, children make no difference between social classes, skin colors or religions. But then why does Corentin, Paul and Sofia's nine-year-old son, only have friends like him ... See full summary »
Philippe is a well-mannered mature man who works as podiatrist in Paris, divorced of his first wife and engaged in second terms with Carole, a woman in her forties still resented and anger with her first husband after he left her by a younger woman. Trying to improve their relation, Philippe meets her teenage children, older Julien and younger Manon, who despise Philippe by his age. After a disastrous visit to the Philippe's parents house in a remote French town, Philippe convinces Carole to make a deal with Julien to better his bad notes: if he passes all the high school exams with note, he will chose the place of their holidays. Hoping that it never happens, Philippe terrifies when Julien get it, choosing Ibiza as place for their vacations. Once there, trouble appears by everywhere: Carole starts to feel frustrated having an inferiority complex after to see the young, pretty and sexy girls of the island that make Philippe turns his head to watch them time and time again; Philippe's ...Written by