From Hand to Mouth (1919)
From Hand to Mouth is a 1919 American short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. This was the first film Lloyd made with frequent co-star Mildred Davis. A print of the film survives in the film archive of the British Film Institute.
Giant insects from outer space are drawn to Earth in search of blood. When Del, a government agent, loses loved ones to the creatures, he embarks on a personal vendetta to destroy them before Dr. Kempler can finish helping them destroy the planet.
Joan of Arc (1948)
Brand New 2K Restoration! This classic epic was directed by the brilliant Victor Fleming (Gone with the Wind, The Wizard of Oz) and starred the radiant Ingrid Bergman (Casablanca) in one of her most stunning performances. Bergman is spellbinding as the 15th century French peasant girl who rouses a nation and inspires the world with her faith and bravery. Fiercely believing that she’s directed by God, Joan triumphantly leads an army into battle against the British, who are driven from France. Yet as Joan's influence grows, the king (José Ferrer, Moulin Rouge) becomes increasingly wary of her power and ultimately betrays her to her death and martyrdom. A lavish award-winning epic film, Joan of Arc is a powerful story of one of history's most fascinating heroines. The stellar cast also includes Ward Bond (The Searchers), J. Carrol Naish (Clash by Night) and Gene Lockhart (Miracle on 34th Street).
What She Doesn't Know (1992)
Molly Kilcoin (Valerie Bertinelli) is a New York City lawyer who is trying to establish a strong reputation among her peers. A former high school classmate of gangster Joey Martinelli (Peter Dobson), Molly is brought in to work on mob cases. During her investigation, she discovers connections between big-time mobsters and a number of police officers. As she digs deeper, Molly finds that many cops have been receiving bribes, including members of her own family who are in law enforcement.
...More Than 1000 Words (2006)
...More Than 1000 Words is a documentary film written, directed, shot, and edited by Solo Avital.
In the Shadow (2011)
A filmmaker (Michelle Keffer) learns that a man's (Jorge Sermini) power to heal also brings with it a great potential for violence.
Stop Train 349 (1963)
Stop Train 349 (German: Verspätung in Marienborn, French: Le train de Berlin est arrêté, Italian: Un treno è fermo a Berlino), is a 1963 internationally co-produced drama film directed by Rolf Hädrich. It was entered into the 13th Berlin International Film Festival. It was released in the US in 1964 by Allied Artists.
Screenwriter Will Tremper won the Film Award in Gold of the 1964 German Film Awards.
Money, Women and Guns (1958)
After finding gold, an elderly miner is attacked by three thugs. He manages to kill two of the crooks before the third one murders him and flees. The local law enforcement is confounded by the case, so they enlist the sharpest sleuth in the West -- "Silver" Ward Hogan (Jock Mahoney) -- to find the surviving culprit and decipher the victim's cryptic will. With the help of fiery rancher Mary Kingman (Kim Hunter), Ward sets out to find the fugitive and the heirs to the old man's treasure.
Man About Town (1939)
Man About Town is a 1939 musical comedy film starring Jack Benny and Dorothy Lamour. The screenplay concerns a producer who tries to get his leading lady to take him seriously romantically by pursuing other women.
Six Lessons From Madame La Zonga (1941)
A fiery gold digger sets her acquisitive sights on a wealthy gentleman during a cruise to Havana.
I.R.A. King of Nothing (2006)
An angry member of the Irish Republican Army threatens a delicate peace process.
The Three Mesquiteers (1936)
The Three Mesquiteers is notable as the original entry in what became a 51-film series of Western "Three Mesquiteers" B-movies, eight of which starred John Wayne. Filmed in 1936, the film stars Bob Livingston (in the role later played by Wayne), Ray "Crash" Corrigan, and Syd Saylor, and was directed by Ray Taylor.
On the lam from police and gangsters, a woman (Ever Carradine) seeks refuge with her estranged mother.
The Sickhouse (2007)
The Sickhouse is a 2008 horror film, directed by Curtis Radclyffe, produced by Charlotte Wontner and starring Gina Philips, Kellie Shirley and Alex Hassell.
Mako: The Jaws of Death (1976)
Mako: The Jaws of Death is a 1976 thriller film directed by William Grefe. The film is about a brooding loner who accidentally learns that he has a telepathic and emotional connection with sharks. He eventually rebukes society and sets out to protect sharks from people. The film was set and shot on location in Key West, Florida. This film is one of the first in the wave of films that sought to capitalize on the popularity of the 1975 feature film, Jaws. "Mako: The Jaws of Death", with its sympathetic portrayal of sharks as the real "victims" of human exploitation, is notable in the maritime horror genre for having depicted the sharks as the heroes and man as the villain.
Journey to the Sun (1999)
Journey to the Sun (Turkish: Güneşe Yolculuk) is a 1999 Turkish drama film written and directed by Yeşim Ustaoğlu. It was entered into the 49th Berlin International Film Festival where it won the Blue Angel Award.
Behind the News (1940)
Behind the News is a 1940 American drama film starring Lloyd Nolan and directed by Joseph Santley. The film was nominated for an Academy Award for Sound Recording (Charles L. Lootens). It is also known as A Flagpole Needs a Flag.
Out on the Edge (1989)
A troubled teen (Rick Schroder) lands in a behavior-treatment center, from which he and a girl (Maya Lebenzon) cannot escape.
The Wizard of Gore (2007)
The Wizard of Gore is a 2007 splatter/noir horror film directed by Jeremy Kasten and starring Kip Pardue, Bijou Phillips, Crispin Glover, Joshua Miller, Brad Dourif, Jeffrey Combs, and the Suicide Girls. The film is a remake of the 1970 Herschell Gordon Lewis film of the same name.
Stage Mother (1933)
Stage Mother is a 1933 American Pre-Code drama film directed by Charles Brabin and starring Alice Brady and Maureen O'Sullivan. The film is about a frustrated vaudeville performer who pushes her daughter into becoming a star dancer; selfishness, deceit and blackmail drive mother and daughter apart until a reconciliation at the end of the film. The film's screenplay was written by John Meehan, based on the 1933 novel Stage Mother by Bradford Ropes.
The Fall of the Male Empire (2013)
A music instructor who lives happily among his wife and their two charming daughters begins to question his declining manhood when a decorator enters his life.
Washington Melodrama (1941)
Washington Melodrama is a 1941 American drama film, directed by S. Sylvan Simon for Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. It stars Frank Morgan, Ann Rutherford, and Kent Taylor .
The Florentine Dagger (1935)
The Florentine Dagger is a 1935 American film noir mystery film directed by Robert Florey. Donald Woods plays a descendant of the Borgia line, convinced that he's inherited their murderous tendencies. Suspicions deepen when the father of the girl he loves turns up stabbed to death with a Florentine dagger. The film numbers among the first Hollywood movies in which psychoanalysis is a significant factor in the story.
Portrait of Clare (1950)
Portrait of Clare is a 1950 British drama film directed by Lance Comfort and starring Margaret Johnston, Richard Todd, Robin Bailey and Ronald Howard.
Scanners III: The Takeover (1992)
Scanners III: The Takeover (also known as Scanner Force in UK) is a 1992 science fiction horror film and second sequel to the film Scanners, and the last film in the trilogy. It was directed by Christian Duguay. The film received mixed reception from fans and viewers, and is the least successful Scanners film to be released. Once again, this sequel has a different set of characters.
This film also features a few actors from Scanners II: The New Order. For instance, Jason Cavalier from The New Order (with the exploding tumor) here plays a punk leader.
Rats and Cats (2007)
Rats and Cats is a 2007 Australian comedy film directed by Tony Rogers and starring Adam Zwar and Jason Gann.
The Lunatic (1991)
Aloysius is the genial "lunatic" in a small Jamaican village whose life takes a startling turn when he meets a German tourist, Inga. Aloysius is a revelation to her, and their romantic idyll continues as awed villagers look on. Inga invites the local butcher to join them and he leads them away from joyous escapades into less noble pursuits, culminating in an attempted burglary and a trial that becomes a comical search for justice marked by moments of hilarity and tumultuous outbursts. Aloysius is found innocent, and is remanded tothe custody and care of the Widow Dawkins.
Young Widow (1946)
Young Widow is a 1946 drama film directed by Edwin L. Marin, starring Jane Russell and Louis Hayward. It focuses on Joan Kenwood, a young journalist who cannot get over her husband's death in World War II. Kenwood is reminded in large ways and small of her late husband during every one of her assignments. With The Outlaw still being withheld from general release, Young Widow was Jane Russell's debut.
White Mane: The Wild Horse (1953)
White Mane is a 1953 short film directed by French filmmaker Albert Lamorisse. It is based on a children's book with the same name by the French author René Guillot.
Viva Zapatero! (2005)
Viva Zapatero! is a 2005 documentary by Sabina Guzzanti telling her side of the story regarding the conflict with Silvio Berlusconi over a late-night TV political satire show broadcast on RAI-3.
The show, RAIot (a play on the name of the Italian state public TV: RAI, and the English word riot), lampooned prime minister Berlusconi. Since it wasn't considered a satirical show, but a political one, it was cancelled after the first episode.
Crazy Knights (1944)
Crazy Knights is a 1944 American comedy horror film directed by William Beaudine and starring Billy Gilbert, Shemp Howard and Max Rosenbloom.
Gate 2 (1990)
The Gate II: Trespassers (also known as Gate II and Gate 2: The Trespassers) is a 1990 American-Canadian sequel to the 1987 film The Gate. It was directed by Tibor Takács. Louis Tripp returned as Terrence 'Terry' Chandler, a teenager who opens a gate to Hell.
The Law West of Tombstone (1938)
The Law West of Tombstone is a 1938 Western film. It was an early Western for Tim Holt.
The Proper Care & Feeding of an American Messiah (2007)
A delusional man thinks he's his hometown's savior and tries to determine his true mission.
A Touch Of Class (1973)
George Segal and Glenda Jackson bring the right touch to A Touch of Class, a glossy, grown-up romantic comedy.
Being free and easy proves neither free nor easy for married Steve and divorced Vickie when they fall in love.
At his harried best teetering between two households, Segal plays sometimes sly, sometimes fumbling Steve. As Vickie, Jackson slings verbal jabs and hotel furnishings with equal glee—and won the second of her two “Best Actress” Academy Awards.
The honors for this classiest of romantic romps don’t stop there as the two leads each won Golden Globes for their performances. In addition, the film earned five Academy Award nominations, including one for “Best Picture.”
All in all, it’s entertainment touched by magic.
Hører du ikke hva jeg sier! (1995)
A comic's funny wife takes over his tour after a fan's death sends him into a tailspin.
The flight of the dove (1989)
El vuelo de la paloma (English: The Flight of the Dove) is a 1989 Spanish film directed by José Luis García Sánchez and written by Rafael Azcona and García Sánchez.
The Devil On Wheels (1947)
The Devil On Wheels is a 1947 drama directed by Crane Wilbur and starring Darryl Hickman.
In addition to being the first film about street racing youth, it is also notable for being one of the first films to feature actresses (Terry Moore and Noreen Nash) wearing bikini tops.
A few scenes from one of the street races depicted were later reused in the opening of the 1950 film Hot Rod, also about street racing in Southern California.
Billy Frankenstein (1998)
Billy Frankenstein is a 1998 horror-comedy movie directed by Fred Olen Ray and written by his wife Kim Ray.
Wild Riders (1971)
Pete and Stick, two juvenile delinquents just thrown out of a biker gang, break into a luxury house where they rape two women. They settle in the house, sell the valuables and kill a curious neighbor.
The Danish Poet (2006)
The Danish Poet is a 2006 animated short film written, directed, and animated by Torill Kove and narrated by Liv Ullmann. A co-production of the National Film Board of Canada (NFB) and Mikrofilm AS of Norway, it has won both the Academy Award and Genie Award for best animated short film.
The Invincible Killer (1979)
A gang boss tries to kill a fighter when he quits the organization.
Maestro is a 2005 Hungarian computer-animated short film written, produced and directed by Géza M. Tóth. It won the Amaryllis Tamás Award at the 7th Kecskemét Animation Film Festival, and was nominated for Best Animated Short Film at the 79th Academy Awards in 2007. Composer Attila Pacsay wrote the film's music.
The Man From Colorado (1949)
The Man from Colorado is a 1948 American western-psychological drama film directed by Henry Levin and produced by Jules Schermer for Columbia Pictures. It stars Glenn Ford as a Union officer who becomes addicted to killing during the American Civil War, William Holden as his best friend, and Ellen Drew as their common love interest. Robert Andrews and Ben Maddow based the screenplay on a story by Borden Chase.
Nichts als Gespenster (2006)
Five stories of people (Maria Simon, August Diehl, Brigitte Hobmeier) in Germany, Iceland, Italy, the United States and Jamaica.
Somebody Is Waiting (1996)
Five years after his parents' divorce, 18-year-old Leon Ellis (Johnny Whitworth) is told by his mother (Nastassja Kinski) to leave after a shameful drunk-driving arrest. She arranges to meet him at a bank to open up his first account, but she's killed when she arrives during a heist. Leon's long-absent alcoholic father (Gabriel Byrne) returns to take care of him and his five siblings, only to accidentally die during a drunken rage. Afraid he'll be arrested for murder, Leon goes on the run.
Add the Words (2014)
Filmmaker Michael D. Gough observes the social change in one of the nation's most conservative states.
Fugitive Among Us (1992)
An outraged police detective (Peter Strauss) becomes obsessed with capturing an escaped drifter (Eric Roberts) convicted of rape.
The Uninvited Guest (2004)
The Uninvited Guest (Spanish: El Habitante Incierto) is a 2004 Spanish mystery thriller film and the directorial debut of Guillem Morales. It stars Andoni Gracia, Mónica López and Francesc Garrido.
An adolescent boy (Nilo Mur) must make a major adjustment after he moves in with his aunt in a working-class community near Madrid.
Every Young Man (1966)
Soldiers deal with every day life under socialism.
Flesh And Fantasy (1943)
Flesh and Fantasy is a 1943 American anthology film directed by Julien Duvivier, starring Edward G. Robinson, Charles Boyer and Barbara Stanwyck. The making of this film was inspired by the success of Duvivier's previous anthology film, the 1942 Tales of Manhattan. Flesh and Fantasy tells three stories, unrelated but with a supernatural theme, by Oscar Wilde and László Vadnay, among others. Tying together the three segments is a conversation about the occult between two clubmen, one played by humorist Robert Benchley.
The Little Tin Man (2013)
A struggling dwarf actor gets tired of being overlooked for roles, so he auditions to be the Tin Man in a remake of "The Wizard of Oz."
The Equation of Love and Death (2008)
The Equation of Love and Death is a 2008 Chinese dramatic film written and directed by Cao Baoping and starring Zhou Xun. The film is a Chinese and Hong Kong co-production. It is Cao's second solo feature after 2006's Trouble Makers.
The Cannibals (1988)
The Cannibals (Portuguese: Os Canibais) is a 1988 Portuguese drama film directed by Manoel de Oliveira. It was entered into the 1988 Cannes Film Festival. The film was selected as the Portuguese entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 62nd Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.
Nom de code: DP (2005)
A secret agent must infiltrate a group of terrorists.
Flying Wild (1941)
Flying Wild is a 1941 film and the fifth installment of the East Side Kids series with location scenes shot at the Alhambra, California airport. The film is the team's first one in the spy film genre.
Smoke in the Wind (1975)
Smoke in the Wind is a 1975 Western film directed by Andy Brennan and Joseph Kane, and starring John Ashley and Walter Brennan in his final appearance.
Axe Raiders (2011)
Fingal is sold to Egil, a ship captain, as punishment for opposing Roderick's ascension to king. When Egil sees Fingal's fighting skills, he promises to set him free if he marries Egil's sister and swears to fight for Egil when called upon.
See My Lawyer (1945)
Two comics try to renege on a nightclub contract in order to make themselves available to accept movie roles.
Lucifer Rising (1972)
Lucifer Rising is a short film by director Kenneth Anger. Although virtually completed in 1972, the film was only widely distributed in 1980, after Bobby Beausoleil delivered the finished soundtrack master.
Koon learns his son has been killed in a motorcycle crash in the city, and he must somehow bring the body back to their remote village and ensure that there is a proper funeral.
W.C. is an independent Irish film about two toilet attendants working in a jazz bar. The film premiered at the 2007 Dublin Film Festival and has screened at numerous other international film festivals worldwide, it won the Best Foreign Film award at the 2009 Las Vegas Film Festival and Best Film at the Waterford Film Festival. The film was released theatrically in 2009.
Soldier In The Rain (1963)
Soldier in the Rain is a 1963 American comedy film starring Jackie Gleason and Steve McQueen, and directed by Ralph Nelson. Tuesday Weld portrays Gleason's character's romantic partner.
Produced by Martin Jurow and co-written by Maurice Richlin and Blake Edwards, the screenplay is based upon a 1960 novel by William Goldman and concerns the friendship between an Army Master Sergeant (Gleason) and a young country bumpkin buck sergeant (McQueen). The music is by Henry Mancini.
The film was released five days after President John F. Kennedy's assassination, which didn't help its box office take.
The Meaning of Tea (2008)
Filmmaker Scott Chamberlin Hoyt sheds light on the character of tea.
A Year Ago in Winter (2008)
A Year Ago in Winter (German: Im Winter ein Jahr) is a 2008 German drama film directed by Caroline Link. It is based on the novel Aftermath by American author Scott Campbell, tellings the story of a "complicated family situation". The painting featured in the film was made by the Munich artist Florian Sussmayr. The film score is composed by Niki Reiser.
The film was premiered at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival, and its theatrical release was on 13 November 2008.
Second Thoughts (1983)
Second Thoughts is a 1983 American drama film directed by Lawrence Turman and starring Lucie Arnaz, Craig Wasson, Ken Howard and Anne Schedeen.
Game Over: Kasparov And The Machine (2003)
Game Over: Kasparov and the Machine is a 2003 documentary film by Vikram Jayanti about the match between Garry Kasparov, the highest rated chess player in history (at the time) and the World Champion for 15 years (1985–2000), and Deep Blue, a chess-playing computer created by IBM. It was coproduced by Alliance Atlantis and the National Film Board of Canada.
The Thoughts That Once We Had (2015)
Inspired by the work of Gilles Deleuze.
Lissi and the Wild Emperor (2007)
Lissi und der wilde Kaiser is a 2007 German animated film comedy parody of the Sissi films.
General Stone (1977)
When his father dies mysteriously, a vengeful young man learns kung fu from a female master and war spirits that inhabit a magical stone.
Flight of the Albatross (1996)
A German girl (Julia Brendler) turns a Maori teen (Taungaroa Emile) away from crime and toward first love and a life-and-death adventure.
A.C.A.B. All Cats Are Brilliant (Sygharitiria stous aisiodoxous?) (2012)
Helectra, a woman in her early 30s, has a directionless life until Argyris helps her find her rhythm.
Approaching the Elephant (2015)
The inaugural year of the Teddy McArdle Free School, where all classes are voluntary and rules are voted on by adults and children.
Escape from Atlantis (1997)
Escape from Atlantis is a 1997 made-for-TV movie, starring Jeff Speakman. The movie originally aired on Starz was written by Arne Olsen and directed by Strathford Hamilton.
A Dream of Flying (2013)
A boy is willing to do anything to help a girl learn to fly.
Public Cowboy No. 1 (1937)
Public Cowboy No. 1 is a 1937 American Western film directed by Joseph Kane and starring Gene Autry, Smiley Burnette, and Ann Rutherford. Based on a story by Bernard McConville, the film is about a singing cowboy who chases down rustlers who are using airplanes, shortwave radios, and refrigerated trucks to steal cattle.
Angel Wars: Guardian Force - Episode 4: The Messengers (2009)
Angels work together to save the Earth from demons.
The Right Hand Man (1987)
A stagecoach driver (Hugo Weaving) goes to work for a dying, one-armed aristocrat (Rupert Everett) in 1860s Australia.
Glorious Betsy (1928)
Glorious Betsy is a 1928 silent film with talking sequences. It is based on a play of the same name by Rida Johnson Young and starring Dolores Costello. It was produced by Warner Bros. and was nominated for (but did not win) an Academy Award for Best Writing, Adaptation in 1929. The film was directed by Alan Crosland with cinematography by Hal Mohr. A mute print of this film survives in the Library of Congress, and while their copy of this film is missing some of the sound reels, it is unknown whether other copies of the sound have been preserved elsewhere. Vitaphone track survive incomplete at UCLA Film and Television Archive.
Although the film was written by both Anthony Coldeway and Jack Jarmuth (the latter credited only for title cards), only Coldeway was nominated for the Academy Award.
C.I.D. is a 1956 Indian Hindi film directed by Raj Khosla and Produced by Guru Dutt. It stars Dev Anand, Shakila, Johnny Walker, K. N. Singh and Waheeda Rehman. The film is a crime thriller and has Dev Anand playing the role of a police inspector investigating a murder case. The music is by O. P. Nayyar and the lyrics by Majrooh Sultanpuri and Jan Nisar Akhtar. It was Waheeda Rehman's screen debut, and future directors Pramod Chakravorty and Bhappi Sonie worked as assistant directors.
A young woman (Ashley Jensen), her boyfriend (Justin Allen) and his brother (Matt Siegan) make a pact to commit suicide.
The Wizard of Oz (1982)
A young Kansas girl finds adventure in the enchanted land of Oz in this animated version of L. Frank Baum's classic.
The Witching of Ben Wagner (1987)
Ben Wagner and his family are moving to a new town. On the shores of Lake Ontario, he meets Regina. Strange things start to happen whenever Regina is around. Ben wonders if the rumors are true: could she come from a family of witches?
To New Shores (1937)
To New Shores (German: Zu neuen Ufern) is a 1937 German drama film directed by Hans Detlef Sierck (later Douglas Sirk) and starring Zarah Leander, Willy Birgel and Viktor Staal. It was Leander's first film for the German studio UFA, and its success brought her into the front rank of the company's stars. It was shot at the Babelsberg Studio in Berlin.
The Girl from the Marsh Croft (1935)
The Girl from the Marsh Croft (German: Das Mädchen vom Moorhof) is a 1935 German drama film directed by Douglas Sirk and starring Hansi Knoteck, Ellen Frank and Kurt Fischer-Fehling. It was adapted from the novel The Girl from the Marsh Croft by Selma Lagerlöf. It has been described as a "prototype Heimatfilm. It was remade in 1958.
Melody of the Plains (1937)
Rancher Steve Condon (Fred Scott) is attacked by outlaw Cass (Charles "Slim" Whitaker) and his gang. In the ensuing gunfight, Steve's cohort Bud Langley is killed. Thinking he fired the fatal shot, Steve is morose. It gets worse when he takes a job on a ranch and realizes that owner "Dad" Langley (Lafe McKee) is the dead man's father. Land developer Gorman (Hal Price) is after Langley's cattle and gets Cass to spread rumors that Steve killed Langley's son to get him out of the picture.
Living is Winning (2008)
Andrew Johnston recounts the challenges he has overcome in his life.
The Long Shadow (1992)
A Hungarian actor (Michael York) visits his father's Jerusalem grave and confronts his heritage and his stepmother (Liv Ullmann).
A Cigarette and a Glass (1955)
A Glass and a Cigarette is a 1955 Egyptian melodrama directed by Niazi Mostafa. It stars Samia Gamal and it is also the first film to feature Dalida in a supporting role.
Lost Junction (2003)
Lost Junction is a 2003 thriller film directed by Peter Masterson and written by Jeff Cole.
Hot Shots (1956)
Hot Shots is a 1956 comedy film starring The Bowery Boys. The film was released on December 23, 1956 by Monogram Pictures and is the forty-third film in the series. It was directed by Jean Yarbrough and written by Jack Townley.
King of the Bullwhip (1950)
A whip-cracking federal marshal goes under cover as a masked bandit to ferret out a gold-bullion thief.
Vote for Me! (2003)
Elderly Leo Rodriguez (Ricardo Barber), a proudly Puerto Rican building superintendent, enters politics with homemade signs and a vow to drive out drug dealers. He soon becomes a real contender when he picks up a guitar and sings and dances his way into voters' hearts.
Freaks In Love (2011)
The underground rock scene of the '80s as experienced by the psychedelic-punk band Alice Donut.
Miss Minoes (2001)
This utterly charming classic family film tells the tale of Miss Minoes, a cat who is transformed into a young woman (Carice van Houten) and befriends Tibbe (Theo Maassen), a shy bumbling cub reporter for the local newspaper. Miss Minoes, still recognized as a cat by the neighborhood felines despite her new appearance, organizes them into a news-gathering service and helps Tibbe become a star reporter. He soon turns investigative and discovers that the popular chairman of the 'Club For Friends of Animals' and boss of a nearby factory has evil plans.
Topaze is a 1933 American Pre-Code film based on the French play of the same name by Marcel Pagnol. Another film version of Topaze, this one made in the original French, and directed by Pagnol himself, was also made that year, starring Louis Jouvet in the title role.
The Young, the Evil and the Savage (1968)
The Young, the Evil and the Savage (Italian: Nude... si muore; English: Naked... You Die; also known as School Girl Killer and The Miniskirt Murders) is a 1968 Italian giallo film directed by Antonio Margheriti.
The Sum Of Us (1994)
Harry (Jack Thompson), a middle-aged father who suffered through the death of his wife, is ready to get back into dating. Harry shares a home with his gay son, Jeff (Russell Crowe), who is also looking for a serious relationship. Harry and Jeff, who are very close, decide to help each another look for potential partners. Jeff finds a boyfriend who is still in the closet, and Harry begins dating Joyce (Deborah Kennedy). She has a bias against gays, which puts Harry in a tough spot.
Uuf Kya Jaadoo Mohabbat Hai... (2004)
The daughter (Pooja Kanwal) of a wealthy man (Sachin Khedekar) falls in love with a poor dancer (Sammir Dattani).