Questione di cuore (2009)

A Question of the Heart (Italian: Questione di cuore) is a 2009 Italian comedy-drama film directed by Francesca Archibugi.

One Man War (1990)

Bullets fly when a hard-luck folk singer (Dan Haggerty) joins his undercover brother (Benton Jennings) on a toxic-waste case.

The Fergusons (2011)

A family of flesh-eaters. Their neighbors push their patience too far and pay the price for it. As for this family, they don't let others get them down. They just pick their teeth with them.

Shadows on the Wall (1986)

A reporter becomes the target of a murderer when he starts investigating a fifty-year-old murder/suicide case.

Neulovimye mstiteli (1966)

The Elusive Avengers (Russian: Неуловимые мстители, translit. Neulovimye mstiteli) is a 1967 Soviet adventure film directed by Edmond Keosayan and made by Mosfilm. It is loosely based on the novel Little Red Devils by Pavel Blyakhin, already filmed in 1923 under its original name. The film is an example of Ostern, set in Russian Civil War era Ukraine. The film has spawned two sequels, The New Adventures of the Elusive Avengers (1968) and The Crown of the Russian Empire, or Once Again the Elusive Avengers (1971).

The Girl in the Sneakers (1999)

The Girl in the Sneakers is a 1999 Iranian drama film directed by Rasul Sadr Ameli.

The Wild Panther (1984)

A special agent and a boutique owner crack a crime cartel in Korea.

Killer Biker Chicks (2009)

When a band's car breaks down, the band gets caught in the crossfire of corrupt cops, the meanest killer biker chicks ever to ride the roads, and another gang of bikers.

The Iron Petticoat (1956)

The Iron Petticoat (aka Not for Money) is a 1956 British Cold War comedy film starring Bob Hope and Katharine Hepburn and directed by Ralph Thomas. The screenplay by Ben Hecht became the focus of a contentious history behind the production and led to the film's eventual suppression by Hope. Hecht had been part of the screenwriting team on a similar themed Comrade X (1940). Hepburn plays a Soviet military pilot who lands in West Germany and, after sampling life in the West in the company of Hope's Major Chuck Lockwood, is converted to capitalism. Subplots involve Lockwood trying to marry a member of the British upper class and Communist agents trying to get Hepburn's character to return to the Soviet Union. The main story borrows heavily from Ernst Lubitsch's Ninotchka (1939), starring Greta Garbo, and very closely resembles Josef Von Sternberg's Jet Pilot with Janet Leigh as the Russian pilot and John Wayne as the US Air Force officer, which completed principal photography in 1950 but was not released until 1957, after The Iron Petticoat. The latter was also inspired by real life incidents of Cold War pilot defections.

Monopoly (2006)

Kyong-Ho (Dong-kun Yang) is a computer genius recruited to help John steal a little money from every bank account in Korea.

What Becomes of the Children? (1936)

What Becomes of the Children? is a 1936 American film directed by Walter Shumway.

Captain Milkshake (1970)

A repressed Marine (Geoff Gage) on emergency leave from the Vietnam War meets a young hippie (Andrea Cagan).

Kiss the Moon (2009)

Filmmaker Khalid Gill examines life in Pakistan's transgender community, focusing on three preoperative transsexuals.

Emergency Landing (1941)

Emergency Landing (a.k.a. Robot Pilot) is a 1941 American aviation spy-fi romantic screwball comedy film directed by William Beaudine. The film stars Forrest Tucker in his second film and in his first leading role with co-stars Carol Hughes and Evelyn Brent. Emergency Landing features lots of mismatched stock footage of various types of aircraft.

Advise & Dissent (2012)

Behind the scenes of Supreme Court confirmation wars.

Una hora más en Canarias (2010)

With her sister's help, a married woman plans how to get back her attractive lover.

Empire in the Sun (1956)

Amazon-basin inhabitants and civilization's sweep across the wilderness are the focus of a depiction of South America.

Ladies' Man (1947)

Ladies' Man is a 1947 American comedy film directed by William D. Russell and written by Edmund Beloin, Jack Rose and Lewis Meltzer. The film stars Eddie Bracken, Cass Daley, Virginia Welles, Spike Jones, Johnny Coy and Virginia Field. The film was released on February 7, 1947, by Paramount Pictures.

Empty Saddles (1936)

Empty Saddles is a 1936 American Western film directed by Lesley Selander. It is a Buck Jones B Western. (Empty Saddles is also the title of a 1962 Burt Arthur mystery novel.)

Babe, I Love You (2010)

Babe, I Love You is a 2010 Filipino romantic comedy starring Anne Curtis and Sam Milby. It was produced by Viva Films and ABS-CBN Film Productions. The film was directed by Mae Cruz-Alviar.

Evim Sensin (2012)

Leyla separates from her husband, but her father helps her repair the link between them.

Pearls of the Deep (1966)

A manifesto of sorts for the Czech New Wave, this five-part anthology shows off the breadth of expression and the versatility of the movement’s directors. Based on stories by the legendary writer Bohumil Hrabal, the shorts range from the surreally chilling to the caustically observant to the casually romantic, but all have a cutting, wily view of the world.

Why Change Your Wife? (1920)

Why Change Your Wife? is a 1920 American silent comedy film directed by Cecil B. DeMille and starring Gloria Swanson.

The Visual Language of Herbert Matter (2010)

The filmmaker documents the life of the graphic designer.

A Boy Called Dad (2009)

A Boy Called Dad (2009) is a British feature film, produced by Made Up North Productions. It is the feature film debut of director Brian Percival, screenwriter Julie Rutterford, and producers Michael Knowles and Stacey Murray, and co-producer Mark John (Vision Thing). It stars Ian Hart and Kyle Ward as father and son.

He Married His Wife (1940)

He Married His Wife is a 1940 film about a race horse owner (Joel McCrea) who wants his ex-wife (Nancy Kelly) to remarry so he'll no longer have to pay alimony. This movie is a black-and-white comedy released 19 January 1940, directed by Roy Del Ruth and written by John O'Hara, among others.

Majesty (2010)

Beatrix recalls her banishment to Canada where she visited victims of flood.

Miles Electric: A Different Kind of Blue (2004)

Miles Electric: A Different Kind of Blue is a 2004 DVD presenting footage of Miles Davis' performance at the British Isle of Wight Festival on August 29, 1970. The film presents interview clips from a range of those involved, including Chick Corea, Dave Holland, Airto Moreira, and musicians who were in Davis' musical orbit at the time such as Carlos Santana. It includes interviews with some of the band's participants.

Shun Li and the Poet (2011)

Winner of the 2012 Lux Prize, Andrea Segre's intimate drama tells the story of Shun Li, a Chinese immigrant forced to move from Rome in order to work in a bar on a small island in the Veneto lagoon. Though lonely at first, she meets Bepi, a Slavic fisherman, nicknamed the Poet, who befriends her. However, the locals are not so happy about this. Tao Zhao and Rade Serbedzija are impressive as the oddly matched pairing in this evocative, profoundly humane and sympathetic drama that marks Segre as an exciting new voice in contemporary cinema.

Aspen (1991)

Filmmaker Frederick Wiseman explores the cultural and social scenes of the Colorado resort community.

The Last Days of Pompeii (1926)

Gli ultimi giorni di Pompei (1926) is an Italian historical silent drama film. The film was directed by Carmine Gallone and Amleto Palermi based on the 1834 novel The Last Days of Pompeii by Edward Bulwer-Lytton. Original release prints of the film were entirely colorized by the Pathechrome stencil color process.

Come Back, Africa (1959)

Come Back, Africa (1959) is the second feature-length film written, produced, and directed by American independent filmmaker Lionel Rogosin. The film had a profound effect on African Cinema, and remains of great historical and cultural importance as a document preserving the heritage of the townships in South Africa in the 1950s. It may be classified as reportage, documentary, historical movie or political cinema, since it portrays real events and people. On the other hand, it reveals an interpretation of meaningful social facts and a strong ethical assumption towards human behaviours like racism. Like Rogosin's feature debut On the Bowery, Come Back, Africa is a scripted film based on fictional narrative, in which actors play invented roles. However, unlike mainstream films and against Hollywood traditions, its actors are street people, improvising lived experiences: they play their own lives or those of people like them. That is why Come Back, Africa is a fiction / non-fiction, a hybrid of fictional film and documentary: a docufiction. Additionally, it is a rare combination in film history of docufiction and political film. Both Lionel Rogosin in America and Jean Rouch in France, at the same time, considered themselves as Robert Flaherty's heirs for similar reasons. Both used amateur actors, "street people" playing their own roles in search of truth or to unveil some hidden mystery beyond crude reality: Rogosin, contrary to Flaherty, sustained by strong ideological beliefs, Rouch, beyond Flaherty, inspired by surrealism, which he believed to be a useful means to reveal the '’truth of cinema'’ (the cinéma-vérité) and also an important tool to be used by an ethnographer for scientific research. Following different paths to reach similar results, both converged in ethnofiction with surprising results (See: Glossary).

The Escape (1939)

The Escape is a 1939 American action film directed by Ricardo Cortez and written by Robert Ellis and Helen Logan. The film stars Kane Richmond, Amanda Duff, June Gale, Edward Norris, Henry Armetta and Frank Reicher. The film was released on October 6, 1939, by 20th Century Fox.

Girlfriends (2000)

A teenage hairdresser looking to lose her virginity befriends classmates who can give her advice on sex. When she falls for one of the guys in school, she starts learning how relationships and sex work.

Ghosts of the 7th Cavalry (2008)

Retired Maj. Robert "Snuffy" Gray crosses the country visiting fellow veterans to confront their demons from the Vietnam War.

Just Neighbors (1919)

Just Neighbors is a 1919 short comedy film featuring Harold Lloyd. Prints of the film survive in the film archives at George Eastman House, the UCLA Film and Television Archive, Filmoteca Española and the National Film, Television and Sound Archives of Canada.

Personality Kid (1946)

Personality Kid is a 1946 American film.

Black Lizard (1968)

Black Lizard is a 1968 Japanese film directed by Kinji Fukasaku. The film is based on a play by Yukio Mishima which in turn is based on a novel by Rampo Edogawa.

Electric Man (2012)

Jazz and Wolf think their comic shop is saved when they get their hands on a valuable first issue comic book of Electric Man. Their lives quickly get more complicated when other interested collectors show up trying to get a hold of it.

South of Death Valley (1949)

The Durango Kid attempts to ease tensions between ranchers and miners over the cause of polluted water.

Deconstructing Dad: The Music, Machines and Mystery of Raymond Scott (2010)

Filmmaker Stan Warnow profiles his father Raymond Scott, a musician, composer, inventor and electronic-music pioneer.

L'état sauvage (1978)

The Savage State (or L'état sauvage) is a French drama film directed by Francis Girod.

The Gladiators (1969)

The Gladiators (Swedish: Gladiatorerna, alternate title The Peace Game) is a 1969 Swedish drama/science fiction film directed by Peter Watkins.

The National Parks Project (2011)

The National Parks Project is a Canadian music and film project. Released in 2011 to mark the 100th anniversary of the creation of the National Parks of Canada system, the project sent three Canadian musicians and a filmmaker to each of 13 Canadian national parks, one in each province and territory, to create and score a short documentary film about the park.

Every Stewardess Goes to Heaven (2002)

Todas las azafatas van al cielo (English: Every Stewardess Goes to Heaven) is a 2002 Argentine and Spanish comedy drama film directed by Daniel Burman and written by Burman and Emiliano Torres. The picture was produced by Pablo Bossi, Pedro D'Angelo, Diego Dubcovsky and José María Morales. It features Alfredo Casero as Julián and Ingrid Rubio as the air hostess Teresa. The metaphorical romantic comedy-drama is about a widowed ophthalmologist and a free-spirited airline flight-attendant (who the director believes seems to hold a certain fascination in western culture).

La mansión de los Cthulhu (1991)

Fugitive teens hide out in a carnival magician's mansion, stirring ancient soldiers of Satan.

Jet Stream (2013)

A scientist and a weatherman try to change the course of converging jet streams that threaten to destroy the planet.

Message from Outer Space (1981)

The crew of an intergalactic vessel trades laser blasts and karate kicks with the evil Capt. Kogar and his Rangers.

Paris After Dark (1943)

Paris After Dark is a 1943 American war drama film directed by Léonide Moguy and starring George Sanders, Philip Dorn and Brenda Marshall. It portrays the activities of the French resistance in occupied Paris during World War II. The portrayal of the resistance was modeled on the Communist-led Front National, possibly due to the influence of screenwriter Harold Buchman who was known for his left-wing views. The film's sets were designed by art directors James Basevi and John Ewing.

On the Edge (2012)

On the Edge is a 2011 German-Moroccan-French drama film directed by Leïla Kilani.

Escape to Paradise (2001)

Escaping torture in Turkey, Kurdish man Sehmuz (Duzgun Ayhan) and his wife, Delal (Fidan Firat), escape with their children to Switzerland, where they apply for asylum. Aziz (Nurettin Yildiz), a friend, tells Sehmuz that his story may not impress the Swiss authorities. Aziz and Sehmuz then decide to pay a mysterious local (Walo Lnd), known as a "storyteller," to concoct a different tale. But Aziz goes before the authorities first, and things look grim for the family after he's denied asylum.

She Good Fighter (1995)

Two female kickboxers (Dagmar Liekens, Sophie Winters) and a lawyer (Tom van Landuyt) seek vengeance on an evil crime lord.

The First Movie (2009)

Director Mark Cousins travels to a small Kurdish village in Iraq and gives hand-held cameras to the children so that they can document their daily lives.

Old Scores (1991)

Old Scores is a 1991 television film jointly produced by New Zealand and Wales, about the two countries' mutual national sport of rugby union. It is notable for the appearance of a large number of legendary Welsh and New Zealand international rugby players in supporting roles. Old Scores was primarily intended as theatrical release in New Zealand but was shown as a television movie in Wales.

Sunny (1930)

Sunny is a 1930 all-talking Pre-Code musical comedy film, produced and released by First National Pictures, a subsidiary of Warner Brothers. The movie was based on the Broadway stage hit, Sunny, produced by Charles Dillingham, which played from September 22, 1925, to December 11, 1926. Marilyn Miller, who had played the leading part in the Broadway production, was hired by Warner Brothers to reprise the role that made her the highest-paid star on Broadway. The film starred Lawrence Gray, O. P. Heggie and Inez Courtney.

The Fifth Day of Peace (1970)

The Fifth day of Peace, Italian title: Gott mit uns, is an Italo-Yugoslavian movie from 1970 about the 13 May 1945 German deserter execution in a Canadian-run POW camp in Amsterdam.

Birds of Prey (1985)

A homicide detective finds himself being stalked by the killer responsible for a series of brutal murders.

Born to the Saddle (1953)

Born to the Saddle is a 1953 American film directed by William Beaudine.

Desert Greed (1926)

A deputy (Yakima Canutt) helps a woman (Rose Blossom) collect her wages from a deadbeat boss, then escorts her back to her hometown, where he learns she is being forced to marry a smuggler.

The Realm of Fortune (1986)

The Realm of Fortune (Spanish: El imperio de la fortuna) is a 1986 Mexican drama film directed by Arturo Ripstein. The film was selected as the Mexican entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 59th Academy Awards, but was not accepted as a nominee.

Bread and Circuses (2011)

Socialistic Yugoslavia comes to an end, and people look forward to a brighter future.

Lost Persons Area (2009)

People do not get what they want -- they get what they need.

The Son of the Sheik (1926)

One of the most popular films from the silent era, director George Fitzmaurice’s The Son of the Sheik stars Rudolph Valentino who gives perhaps the finest performance of his career. Unfortunately it would be his last, he died suddenly at the age of 31, just days before the film’s release.In this visually intoxicating sequel to Valentino’s career-defining film The Sheik, the silent screen’s greatest lover portrays a cultured yet untamed young man who is lured into a thieve’s trap by  a beautiful dancer, Yasmin (Vilma Banky). After escaping, he kidnaps the damsel and holds her captive in his desert lair, dressing her in Arabian finery and threatening to unleash his violent passion upon her. Exotic romance saturates every frame of this Orientalist epic; its sadomasochistic fantasies are acted out against the lavish set design of William Cameron Menzies (The Thief of Bagdad) and lushly photographed by George Barnes (Sadie Thompson).From a new restoration available for the first time on home video, and featuring a magnificent score by maestro Carl Davis, The Masters of Cinema Series is proud to present George Fitzmaurice’s The Son of the Sheik in a Dual Format release for the first time in the UK.

Drums of the Congo (1942)

Drums of the Congo is a 1942 American drama film, directed by Christy Cabanne. It stars Ona Munson, Stuart Erwin, and Peggy Moran, and was released on July 17, 1942.

No Secrets (1991)

Three teenage girls play dangerous games with a handsome stranger (Adam Coleman Howard) who has something to hide.

Watchtower (2001)

Adam Turrell (Tom Berenger) arrives in a sleepy Oregon town, introducing himself as an English professor working on his first novel. When he meets Kate and Mike O'Connor, a brother and sister grieving from the loss of their father, they befriend Adam and help him settle into his new life. Little do they know Adam is a serial killer in search of his next victim...

Trader Hornee (1970)

Trader Hornee is a 1970 sexploitation film written and produced by David F. Friedman and directed by Jonathan Lucas. This is an adult-oriented parody of the vintage safari movie Trader Horn (1931), which was first remade in 1934. This story was filmed yet again in 1973 as Trader Horn starring Rod Taylor. In 1977, the Adult Film Association of America gave it a retroactive award of merit at its 1977 Erotica Awards as the movie considered to be the best adult film of 1966 to 1970.

Quicksand (2002)

Quicksand is a 2002 action film that was released direct-to-video in March 2003 after a short initial run in theatres in Los Angeles in March 2002. The film stars Michael Dudikoff, Brooke Theiss, Richard Kind and Dan Hedaya. In United Kingdom the film was released on DVD in August 2003. The film is directed by Sam Firstenberg.

Girls Under 21 (1940)

Girls Under 21 is a 1940 American drama directed by Max Nosseck, starring Bruce Cabot and Rochelle Hudson.

Code Of Ethics (1998)

An increasingly realistic computer game leads a woman into a web of political intrigue.

Ski Troop Attack (1960)

Ski Troop Attack is a 1960 American war film directed by Roger Corman and starring Michael Forest, Frank Wolff, Richard Sinatra, and Wally Campo. Filmgroup released the film as a double feature with Battle of Blood Island (1960).

Brothers on the Line (2012)

Labor leader Walter Reuther and his brothers face violent opposition on the road to building the United Auto Workers union, a 40-year crusade from factory shop floor to national spotlight of civil rights activism and inner-circle Washington politics.

Humble Beauty: Skid Row Artists (2008)

The evolving lives and art work of several talented homeless and indigent fine arts painters who create art, despite the obstacles, on LA's Skid Row. In return, art transforms lives.

Last Flight Home (2008)

They bravely served their country during some of the most brutal battles of World War II so we could have the freedom we enjoy today. But, in an instant, they were lost to their families forever. For more than 60 years, the whereabouts of these fallen her

The Ghost Club: Spirits Never Die (2013)

Ghost-hunters encounter restless spirits and a creepy caretaker at an antebellum mansion.

Victori: The Truth Just Can't Be One Thing (2015)

25 year old risk management analyst Ed Victori leaves his job in finance to start managing the art career of his father, Victor Victori.

Be Yourself! (1930)

Be Yourself! is a 1930 American Pre-Code musical comedy film directed by Thornton Freeland and starring Fanny Brice and Robert Armstrong. The plot involves an entertainer (Brice) managing a boxer (Armstrong). The cinematographer was Karl Struss and the running time is 65 minutes.

Holes in My Shoes (2006)

HOLES IN MY SHOES is the award-winning and profoundly moving story of Jack Beers. As featured on PBS, he rides three miles a day on a stationary bike, cuts down trees and can rip a telephone book into four pieces at the ripe old age of 94. But it is his long and diverse list of lifetime achievements that makes his tale so touching. Raised in poverty, Jack went on to be a strong-man, a professional dog trainer and an actor. He helped build Radio City Music Hall, erected the Empire State Building spire, personally shortened World War II and beat life-threatening illnesses. Adding to his long list of accomplishments, Jack was recently acknowledged by New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg for his lifetime achievements. A truly motivational and richly entertaining story, HOLES IN MY SHOES is a festival favorite that is sure to inspire people of all ages.

Like It Is (1998)

Like It Is is a 1998 British gay-themed romance film. It stars Steve Bell, Ian Rose, Roger Daltrey and Dani Behr.

It's Not Over (2014)

Three people living with HIV/AIDS share their experiences of living with the disease.

If You Meet Sartana... Pray for Your Death (1968)

If You Meet Sartana Pray for Your Death (Italian: Se incontri Sartana prega per la tua morte), also known as Sartana, is a 1968 spaghetti western film directed by Gianfranco Parolini. The film stars Gianni Garko, William Berger, Fernando Sancho and Klaus Kinski, and features a musical score by Piero Piccioni. If You Meet Sartana Pray for Your Death was the first in a series of spaghetti westerns based on the character Sartana. It was followed by four other official Sartana films: I Am Sartana Your Angel of Death (Sono Sartana, il vostro becchino, 1969), Have a Good Funeral, My Friend... Sartana Will Pay (Buon funerale, amigos!... paga Sartana, 1970), Light the Fuse... Sartana Is Coming (Una nuvola di polvere... un grido di morte... arriva Sartana, 1971) and Sartana's Here... Trade Your Pistol for a Coffin (C'è Sartana... vendi la pistola e comprati la bara, 1970), in which Garko was replaced by George Hilton. All the four sequels were directed by Giuliano Carnimeo, whereas Parolini was chosen to direct The Sabata Trilogy, after producer Alberto Grimaldi saw his work with the first Sartana film. As with Django a few years earlier, several directors, such as Demofilo Fidani, made unofficial sequels to cash in on the success of Sartana.

I Hate You (2004)

Norman, a New York City stand-up comic, is convinced that killing people is his ticket to everlasting fame, that like his idol Jack The Ripper he will be remembered forever. I HATE YOU chronicles one man's obsession with cold-blooded killing as a path to immortality.

Going on 13 (2008)

Filmmakers follow four ethnically diverse, lower middle-class girls at home and school from fourth to seventh grade.

Something To Do With The Wall (1991)

Filmmakers Marilyn Levine and Ross McElwee show people of the Berlin Wall, in 1986 and at its 1989 fall.

This Is Martin Bonner (2013)

This Is Martin Bonner is an American drama film written and directed by Chad Hartigan. The film stars Paul Eenhoorn as Martin Bonner, a man in his late 50s forced to relocate to Reno, Nevada, for a new job and his attempts to acclimate and make new friends. Through his work at a non-profit organization, he meets Travis Holloway (Richmond Arquette), and the two men form an unlikely friendship. It premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2013, where it won the Audience Award for Best of NEXT.

This Is Ours (2012)

Will and Karen take a final trip to their foreclosed vacation home. They befriend a pair of vagabonds and embark on a journey of heartbreak, discovery and hope.

The Legend of Halloween Jack (2018)

On Halloween night, a serial killer returns from the dead to take revenge on the vigilantes who put him to death one year earlier.

Der Räuber Hotzenplotz (1974)

When the local police can't find the robber who attacked their grandmother, two children decide to take action.

Slavnosti snezenek (1984)

The Snowdrop Festival (Czech: Slavnosti sněženek) is a 1984 Czechoslovak comedy film directed by Jiří Menzel, based on the book by Bohumil Hrabal, who plays a small part in the film. The film is about the lives, hobbies and relationships of people living in a holiday village. Creator: Bohumil Hrabal Writer: Bohumil Hrabal, Jiří Menzel Music: Jiri Susta Camera: Jiri Macák Director: Jiří Menzel Starring: Rudolf Hrušínský, Jaromir Hanzlík, Josef Somr, Petr Cepek, Miroslav Stibich, Rudolf Hrušínský ml., Peter Brukner, Eugen Yegorov, Beatrice Holis, Mary Spurná, Libuse Safrankova, Jiri Schmitzer, Ferdinand Havlik Further information: color, 83 min, comedy Origin: Czechoslovakia, Barrandov Film Studio, 1983

Desert Coffee (2017)

In California's poorest desert region, a colorful group of regulars and their dogs gather at Rob's internet cafe for coffee and WiFi in the last free place in America.

I Used to Be Normal: A Boyband Fangirl Story (2018)

The lives of four women from across the globe are radically changed by their deep love of boy bands.

Chandamama (2007)

Chandamama is a 2007 Telugu film directed by Krishna Vamsi starring Navdeep and Kajal Aggarwal in the lead roles and Siva Balaji, Sindhu Menon, Nagababu in crucial roles. The movie is produced by C. Kalyan and S. Vijayanand, the musical score is provided by K. M. Radha Krishnan and the base story by Akula Venkat. Popular actress Charmme Kaur gave her voice to Kajal Aggarwal. The film has garnered the state Nandi Award for Akkineni Award for Best Home-viewing Feature Film. The film was remade under the name A Aa E Ee in Tamil by AVM Productions. The movie won critical acclaim upon release and was a blockbuster at the box office, with critics mainly praising Kajal's and Navdeep's performances.

I Am Going to Kill Someone This Friday (2018)

A man living a normal life hides a secret.

01:00 A.M. (1995)

Three ghost stories set in contemporary Hong Kong.

Siete días, siete noches (2003)

A Cuban woman deals with her abusive boyfriend.

Vibroboy (1994)

An ancient Aztec artifact turns a brute into Vibroboy, a psychotic who enjoys pleasuring people to death.

Uninvited: Marcelo Burlon (2017)

A history of the public and private life of Marcelo Burlon.

Tender Moment (1968)

A teenager forms a friendship with a married woman.

My Brother Is Getting Married (2006)

A Vietnamese woman travels to Switzerland to meet her biological son for the first time.

Summer Outside (2012)

Fourteen-year-old Wanda watches the deterioration of her parents' marriage.