Chinna (2005)

A young woman is pursued relentlessly, and her admirer becomes dangerous.

Flying Fists (1937)

Flying Fists is a 1937 American film directed by Robert F. Hill. The film is also known as The Last Comeback (American alternative title).

Lockdown, USA (2006)

Officials and activists try to repeal the Rockefeller drug laws.

Jean de La Fontaine - Le défi (2007)

The poet goes up against the financial advisor to the king after he has his friend Fouquet arrested. He stands by him despite being penniless writes the Fables as a protest against a despotic government.

No Man's Law (1927)

No Man's Law is a 1927 American silent comedy film starring Rex the Wonder Horse and featuring Oliver Hardy as a lustful villain.

Clubhouse Detectives in Big Trouble (2002)

In need of cash to decorate their hut, young sleuths (Jonathan Cronin, Brittany Armstrong) use a map to search for treasure.

End of the Game (1975)

End of the Game is a 1975 DeLuxe Color German political thriller drama film directed by Maximilian Schell and starring Jon Voight, Jacqueline Bisset, Martin Ritt and Robert Shaw. Co-written by Friedrich Dürrenmatt, the film is an adaptation of his 1950 crime novella The Judge and His Hangman. Dürrenmatt also appeared in the film, and Donald Sutherland played the role of the corpse of Ulrich Schmied. German silent film actress Lil Dagover made her last screen appearance before retirement in the film.

Faultline (2004)

A man (Doug Savant) must rescue his estranged wife (Brandy Ledford) after a massive earthquake devastates a resort town.

Sodomaniac (2015)

Degenerate serial date rapists are hunted down one by one by a masked maniac who enjoys killing them in the most painful and degrading way possible.

Our Loved Ones (2015)

Our Loved Ones (French: Les êtres chers) is a 2015 Canadian drama film, directed by Anne Émond and starring Maxim Gaudette and Karelle Tremblay. The story centres on a family whose patriarch committed suicide in 1978, and explores the continuing emotional impact of his death on his now-adult son David (Gaudette) and David's daughter Laurence (Tremblay). The film was shot around Bas-Saint-Laurent. It received positive reviews and was nominated for seven Canadian Screen Awards, including Best Motion Picture.

Young and Dangerous 2 (1996)

Young and Dangerous 2 is a 1996 Hong Kong triad film directed by Andrew Lau. It is the first sequel in the Young and Dangerous film series.

Dans la nuit (1929)

Dans la nuit is a 1929 silent film by Charles Vanel. Louis Sclavis recorded a jazz soundtrack album Dans la nuit for ECM in 2002.

The Rat (1926)

The Rat is a 1925 British silent film drama, directed by Graham Cutts and starring Ivor Novello, Mae Marsh and Isabel Jeans. The film is based on the 1924 play of the same title written by Novello and Constance Collier, set in the Parisian criminal underworld. The film's louche settings and melodramatic storyline proved popular with audiences, and its success spawned two sequels, The Triumph of the Rat (1926) and The Return of the Rat (1929).

Shackled (2012)

Held captive by a circus, Malu waits anxiously in the darkness for her chance to escape.

Counterfeiters (2017)

Counterfeiters is a 2017 American action film, directed, produced, written by, and starring Bryce Hirschberg. Counterfeiters, tells the story of a young man, Bridger, who creates a "do-it-yourself" method of counterfeiting money to save his dying mother. Notable for being filmed almost entirely on a boat in Marina Del Rey, CA on a shoe-string budget.

Re-Generation (2004)

A doctor (Peter Stebbings) travels to a remote Canadian town to restore limbs to the cherished daughter (Ingrid Veninger) of an unprincipled man.

Pot au feu (1964)

The recipe and creation of a cannabis joint.

The Star Maker (1939)

The Star Maker is a 1939 American musical film directed by Roy Del Ruth and written by Frank Butler, Don Hartman and Arthur Caesar. The film stars Bing Crosby, Louise Campbell, Linda Ware, Ned Sparks, Laura Hope Crews, Janet Waldo and Walter Damrosch. Filming started in Hollywood on April 17, 1939 and was finished in June. The film was released on August 25, 1939, by Paramount Pictures, and had its New York premiere on August 30, 1939. It was the only film in which Crosby played a happily married man.

Fireman Save My Child (1954)

Fireman Save My Child is a 1954 American comedy film starring Hugh O'Brian and Buddy Hackett in roles originally meant for Bud Abbott and Lou Costello, a last-minute substitution when Costello fell ill. Comical musical band "Spike Jones and His City Slickers" also appear at great length, with Jones garnering top billing. The movie was directed by Leslie Goodwins.

Theo Who Lived (2016)

In the late fall of 2012, Theo Padnos, a struggling American journalist, slipped into Syria to report on the country’s civil war and was promptly kidnapped by Al Qaeda’s branch in Syria. Because he spoke fluent Arabic, his captors suspected he worked for the CIA and, for months, brutally tortured him during interrogation sessions. But his fluency, coupled with his remarkable personal expansiveness, also led to an extraordinary engagement with, and understanding of, his captors. By the time of his release, twenty-two months later, he had become a confidante of al-Qaeda’s top commander in Syria. In THEO WHO LIVED, Padnos returns to the Middle East and retraces the physical and emotional steps of his harrowing journey, performing his memories, and enacting the fantasy world he created as means of mental escape. A gripping narrative that includes betrayal among the imprisoned, unlikely friendships, and thwarted escapes, THEO WHO LIVED is an intimate portrait of personal resilience, and grace in the face of hate. THEO WHO LIVED opened in New York on October 7 and in Los Angeles on October 21. To book this film please contact Nancy Gerstman or Emily Russo or call 212-274-1989. Download a promotional flyer template for your screening of THEO WHO LIVED here .

Caixa Dois (2007)

An error puts a large deposit into the account of a recently fired employee.

The Three Avengers (1964)

3 Avengers (Italian: Gli invincibili tre, also spelled as The 3 Avengers and The Three Avengers) is a 1964 Italian peplum film written and directed by Gianfranco Parolini and starring Alan Steel.

Twentieth Century Oz (1976)

Oz (a.k.a. Oz – A Rock 'n' Roll Road Movie also released as 20th Century Oz in United States) is a 1976 Australian film written, directed and co-produced by Chris Löfvén. It stars Joy Dunstan, Graham Matters, Bruce Spence, Gary Waddell, and Robin Ramsay; and received four nominations at the 1977 AFI Awards. The musical score is by Ross Wilson (frontman for Daddy Cool and Mondo Rock). The plot is a re-imagining of the 1939 The Wizard of Oz film transferred to 1970s Australia and aimed at an older teen / young adult audience. It was released on DVD in 2004 as Oz - A Rock 'n' Roll Road Movie : Collector's Edition with additional material. The poster and album sleeve for the American release was done by rock artist Jim Evans.

The Boogie Man Will Get You (1942)

The Boogie Man Will Get You is a 1942 horror comedy film, directed by Lew Landers and starring Boris Karloff and Peter Lorre. It was the final film Karloff made under his contract with Columbia Pictures, and it was filmed in the wake of his success in the Broadway production Arsenic and Old Lace. As he had done several times previously, Karloff played the part of a "mad scientist", Professor Billings, who is using the basement of his inn to conduct experiments into using electricity to create a race of superhumans. The inn is bought by a new owner, who is initially unaware of the work Billings is conducting.

Noel: The Samba Poet (2007)

Noel Rosa (Rafael Raposo) finds fame in music and poetry in the 1930s before succumbing to tuberculosis.

Operation Midnight Climax (2002)

An ultra-paranoid New Yorker who buys into any number of conspiracy theories and lives in a constant state of anxiety that they will capture him because of his forbidden knowledge makes his own plot against the shadow leadership of the world.

I Love a Bandleader (1945)

I Love a Bandleader is a 1945 American musical comedy film directed by Del Lord and starring Phil Harris, Eddie 'Rochester' Anderson and Leslie Brooks.

Love Never Dies (2012)

Jane shows her love for Michael, even after death.

Disk Jockey (2006)

When the former partner of two money-grubbing killers-for-hire absconds with a disc containing all of the information about their illicit business, the race is on to catch the thief before the disc falls into the wrong hands.

Kopfstand (1981)

Markus does not get along with his mother, and she sends him to a mental institution for electroshock treatment.

Dive Olly Dive and the Octopus Rescue (2016)

Olly and Beth have to rescue Charley the octopus after he boogies to fame and fortune.

As Seen Through These Eyes (2008)

Prisoners in concentration camps create art and music to survive; Maya Angelou narrates.

Vineland (2016)

A man escapes from an institution to make a surprise appearance as best man at his friend's wedding.

The Circus Dynasty (2014)

Benny Berdino, the owner of Europe's biggest circus, wants his grandson to marry circus artist Merrylu Casselly and carry on the show.

3rd Street Blackout (2015)

A couple is forced to examine their technology-obsessed relationship during a blackout.

A Millionaire on the Run (2012)

A professional bag man's life changes when he plans to reveal the illegal activities of his boss.

Passionate People (2002)

Apasionados (English: Passionate People) is a 2002 Argentine romantic comedy film directed by Juan José Jusid, starring Pablo Echarri, Nancy Dupláa and Natalia Verbeke.

Life at the Top (1965)

Life at the Top is a 1965 drama film, a production of Romulus Films released by Columbia Pictures. The screenplay was by Mordecai Richler, based on the novel Life at the Top by John Braine, and is a sequel to the film Room at the Top (1959). It was directed by Ted Kotcheff and produced by James Woolf with William Kirby as associate producer. The music score was by Richard Addinsell and the cinematography by Oswald Morris. The film's art director Edward Marshall received a 1966 BAFTA Award nomination. The film stars Laurence Harvey, once again playing Joe Lampton, with Jean Simmons, Honor Blackman and Michael Craig.

Anche per Django le carogne hanno un prezzo (1971)

A bank agent (Gengher Gatti) and a bandit (John Desmont) help Django (Jeff Cameron) track down the bank robbers who kidnapped his fiancee.

Past Tense (2014)

A young woman's life turns upside down when her future self shows up but is not what she expected to be.

Universalove (2008)

Universalove is a 2008 Austrian romantic tragedy film directed by Thomas Woschitz. It debuted in Canada at the 2008 Toronto International Film Festival on September 5, 2008, and, after a re-edit which involved substituting the New York episode, was awarded the Max-Ophüls Preis at the 30th Filmfestival Max Ophüls Preis, that took place January 16 to February 1, 2009. In the US, Universalove screened at the Miami International Film Festival on March 14, 2009, and at the San Joaquin International Film Festival on May 17, 2009 as its Centerpiece Film.

Eadweard (2015)

The true story of world-famous, turn-of-the-century photographer Eadweard Muybridge who discovered how to capture the theory of motion on film with his famous Stanford Horse Gaits photographs. Using animals from a local zoo as subjects, Eadweard created the first motion pictures and in the process became recognized as 'The Godfather of Cinema'. As his passion fueled, he began photographing nude men and women. With fame overtaking his life, his personal life twisted into dark betrayal, murder, and a legacy that continues to amaze cinematic historians and the world.

Dog Days of Winter (2015)

A retrospective spotlights the start of organized freestyle skiing in the early 1970s in America.

Armynel (2012)

Savannah goes to a psychiatrist when her nightmares worsen, and hypnosis triggers memories of an abusive past.

5 Shells (2012)

5 Shells is a 2012 American apocalyptic drama film. The film is written and directed by Paul S. Myers and stars Kelsey Hutton and Eve Kozikowski.

Viaje (2015)

Luciana and Pedro meet at a costume party and instantly fall in love.

The Vanished Elephant (2014)

The Vanished Elephant (Spanish: El elefante desaparecido) is a 2014 internationally co-produced mystery film directed by Javier Fuentes-León.

Bare Knees (1928)

Bare Knees is a 1928 American silent film comedy-drama directed by Erle C. Kenton and starring Virginia Lee Corbin as Billie Durey, the family's black sheep, who returns to her small hometown causing a sensation with her short skirts, cigarettes and other "flapper" accoutrements.

The General Died At Dawn (1936)

The General Died at Dawn is a 1936 American drama film that tells the story of a mercenary who meets a beautiful girl while trying to keep arms from getting to a vicious warlord in war-torn China. The movie was written by Charles G. Booth and Clifford Odets, and directed by Lewis Milestone. It stars Gary Cooper, Madeleine Carroll, Akim Tamiroff, and Dudley Digges. Director Milestone has a cameo role. The movie was nominated for Academy Awards for Best Actor in a Supporting Role (Akim Tamiroff), Best Cinematography, and Best Music, Score. There are several scenes in the film that show startling originality at the time. At one point, the camera focuses on a white door knob, and then dissolves to a white billiard ball to connect disparate scenes. In another scene, two characters have a conversation in which they speculate about the fates of other characters in the drama. The answers to their questions appear in screen segments in the corners of the screen, marking an unusual use of split screen to join narrative. The main character, O'Hara, is based on the real-life Anglo-Canadian Jewish adventurer Morris Abraham "Two-Gun" Cohen. During the early 1930s, Cohen ran guns for various warlords in mainland China. This is reported to be the first film to use foam latex prosthetics. Makeup artist Charles Gemora applied sponge rubber eyelids for one of the actors. John Howard Reid called it one of the fifty finest films Hollywood ever made.

A Certain Sacrifice (1985)

A Certain Sacrifice is a 1985 American drama film co-written and directed by Stephen Jon Lewicki and starring Madonna, Jeremy Pattnosh and Charles Kurtz. It was Madonna's first movie, filmed around September 1979, but not released until 1985. The film is an "oddball" independent film, shot on-and-off over two years in New York City for just $20,000. Madonna finished her scenes in the Fall of 1980. Almost all of the cast were unpaid.

Threat (2006)

Threat (2006) is an independent film about a straightedge "hardcore kid" and a hip hop revolutionary whose friendship is doomed by the intolerance of their respective street tribes. It is an ensemble film of kids living in New York City in the aftermath of 9-11, each of them suffering from a sense of doom brought on by dealing with HIV, racism, sexism, class struggle, and general nihilism. The intellectual issues are played out amid an aesthetic of raw ultraviolence that has earned director Matt Pizzolo both accolades and condemnations (such as Film Threat's rave review stating "great art should assail the status quo, and that is what Pizzolo and Nisa’s film has skillfully accomplished" in contrast to Montreal Film Journal's scathing review saying the film "openly glorifies murderous revolt, literally telling the audience to go out and beat up random people, just because").[citation needed] Unlike past urban dramas, the film does not outright condemn its characters' violent outbursts. Although it does show harsh consequences for acts of violence, numerous critics have pointed out that it is unclear whether or not the film intends to glorify violence and/or class conflict.

Silver Lode (1954)

Silver Lode is a color 1954 western film directed by Allan Dwan. It was filmed in Technicolor and released by RKO.

The Trial of Lee Harvey Oswald (1977)

This alternative version of history begins in 1964, with Lee Harvey Oswald (John Pleshette) well into what the media has dubbed "the trial of the century." The assassination of President Kennedy is shown in a series of flashbacks, while in the present two lawyers duke it out in the courtroom. The prosecutor is the caustic and manipulative Anson "Kip" Roberts (Ben Gazzara), who tries to break Oswald despite the best efforts of defense attorney Matt Weldon (Lorne Greene).

Sixteen Tongues (1999)

Sixteen Tongues is a 2003 American science fiction film written and directed by Scooter McCrae. It stars Jane Chase, Crawford James, and Alice Liu.

Skinwalker: Curse of the Shaman (2005)

A mythology student seeking to produce a documentary about six students who were rumored to have fallen victim to a deadly curse finds that she may have underestimated the power of the supernatural in director Steven Stevens' horrific frightener.

When the North Wind Blows (1974)

When the North Wind Blows is a 1974 American film written and directed by Stewart Raffill. It gave a rare lead role to Henry Brandon.

House of Sand (2005)

Filmed entirely on the magnificent, sandy coast of northern Brazil, Áurea's saga begins in 1910, in Maranhão, where her fanatical husband has relocated his family to start a farm. Desperate and pregnant, Áurea (Fernanda Torres) longs to return to the city, but cannot traverse the dunes with her aging mother, Maria (Fernanda Montenegro) in tow. When calamity strikes, the two women find themselves stranded. Eventually, they settle among the shifting sands and Áurea finds peace. But her passionate daughter, Maria, longs to explore the world beyond the dunes. This profound portrait of passing generations has established Andrucha Waddington as one of the most exciting directors in Brazil today.

Urban Cannibal Massacre (2013)

The lives of two cannibalistic people who prey on the homeless are threatened when their daughter becomes a vegan and falls in love with one of their potential victims.

Detained (2004)

The notion of a "house divided" takes on new meaning in this portrayal of an apartment building on the West Bank directly on the border that separates Israel and Palestine. The front of the building belongs to Israel, the back to Palestine. The building's inhabitants are three Palestinian widows who raise their children under the watch of Israeli commandos posted atop their roof. Caught in the middle of this great conflict, they face many challenges.

The Tale of Tsar Saltan (1966)

The Tale of Tsar Saltan is a 1966 film based on the eponymous tale by Alexander Pushkin, directed by Alexander Ptushko.

They All Died Laughing (1964)

A Jolly Bad Fellow is a 1964 British film directed by Don Chaffey. It stars Leo McKern and Janet Munro.

Futureless Things (2014)

Employees have experiences during a shift in a shop.

Desperate Moment (1953)

Desperate Moment is a 1953 British thriller film directed by Compton Bennett and starring Dirk Bogarde, Mai Zetterling and Philip Friend. It was made at Pinewood Studios and on location in Germany including scenes shot at Berlin's Brandenburg Gate. The film's sets were designed by the art director Maurice Carter.

Sickle (2015)

A 12-year-old accused of killing his baby sitter insists that a monster was responsible for the crime. Upon the boy's release, more bodies begin piling up when the monster returns.

Tread Softly Stranger (1958)

Johnny Mansell tries his luck at the track. He aims to dissuade his brother Dave from robbing his company to satisfy money problems and his enterprising girlfriend, Calico. Minor mishaps delay his return long enough for Dave and Calico to commit their crime before a strange eye-witness. Suspense mounts as the police investigation rolls into high gear with a surprise ending designed to stump the armchair sleuth

Hold Back the Night (1956)

Hold Back the Night is a 1956 American war film about the Korean War based on the 1951 novel by Pat Frank, who had been a war correspondent in Korea. The film was directed by Allan Dwan; his third film with John Payne and his third film about the United States Marine Corps. The earlier films about the Marine Corps were Abroad with Two Yanks (1944) and The Sands of Iwo Jima (1949).

Pink Lemonade (2006)

Restaurant employees encounter troublesome customers and bumbling thieves.

Tapas (2005)

Tapas is a 2005 Spanish film by directors José Corbacho and Juan Cruz.

Outtake Reel (2011)

A veteran horror director contends with a deranged behind-the-scenes cameraman intent on stirring up some real life horror.

The Devil and Miss Sarah (1971)

A satanic outlaw (Gene Barry) commands a homesteader's (James Drury) wife (Janice Rule) to help him escape.

Young Islands (2011)

An aimless man (Steven Hamilton) has trouble interacting with others.

Signed, Sealed, Delivered: One in a Million (2016)

Oliver (Eric Mabius) and Shane (Kristin Booth) explore their budding romance, while a woman asks the Postables to retrieve a letter that she mailed to her ex-boyfriend.

Sins of the Mother (1991)

An arrogant woman (Elizabeth Montgomery) bosses her husband and twists her son (Dale Midkiff), who a policewoman (Talia Balsam) proves is a rapist.

Divine Souls (2007)

Through the eyes of Kerri, a compassionate nurse, we see stories of love and hope over adversity in the hallways of an AIDS clinic.

The Lift (1972)

Man against machine as a man confronts an elevator.

Spenser: A Savage Place (1995)

An old flame involves the private eye (Robert Urich) in a risky case of racketeering in the Toronto film industry.

20,000 Days On Earth (2014)

20,000 Days on Earth is a 2014 British documentary musical drama film co-written and directed by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard. Nick Cave also co-wrote the script with Forsyth and Pollard. The film premiered in-competition in the World Cinema Documentary Competition at 2014 Sundance Film Festival on 20 January 2014. It won two Awards at the festival. After its premiere at Sundance Film Festival, Drafthouse Films acquired distribution rights of the film. The film released on 17 September 2014 in United States.

New Women (1935)

New Women is a silent Chinese film released in Shanghai in early 1935 by the Lianhua Film Company. It is sometimes translated as New Woman. The film starred Ruan Lingyu and was directed by Cai Chusheng. The film remains one of Ruan Lingyu's better known works, in no small part due to her own suicide on the International Women's Day, March 8, 1934 shortly after the film was released.

Arianna (2015)

Arianna is a 2015 independent coming-of-age drama film written and directed by Carlo Lavagna. It was entered into the competition at the Venice Days section at the 72nd Venice International Film Festival, and was awarded for Best Italian Discover and Best New Actress (Ondina Quadri). For this film Lavagna was nominated for David di Donatello for Best New Director.

Two Raging Grannies (2013)

Filmmaker Håvard Bustnes challenges the idea that we must continue to keep the economy growing.

Dark Mission: Evil Flowers (1988)

A CIA agent (Christopher Mitchum) becomes embroiled in a turf war between a drug lord (Christopher Lee) and another faction.

The East is Red (1965)

The East Is Red, is a 1965 Chinese film directed by Wang Ping. It is a "song and dance epic" dramatizing the history of the Chinese Revolution and the Communist Party under the leadership of Mao Zedong, from the beginnings of the May Fourth Movement, to the Civil War against the Nationalist Party, to the victory of the Communists and the founding of the People's Republic. The musical is commercially available today on both CD and video, as well as online with English subtitles.

Baja (1995)

A couple flee to Mexico after a failed drug deal, followed by her (Molly Ringwald) ex-husband and a hit man (Lance Henriksen).

Taking Tiger Mountain (1982)

After a devastating nuclear war, militant women brainwash a young man and send him to Wales to assassinate the leader of a white-slavery gang.

What I Want My Words to Do to You: Voices From Inside a Prison (2003)

Eve Ensler conducts a writing workshop for female inmates at a state prison in New York.

The Sheepdogs Have at It (2013)

The Canadian band the Sheepdogs rises from obscurity to the cover of Rolling Stone magazine.

Defying Gravity (2008)

Defying Gravity is a 2008 independent film directed by Michael Keller and produced by Balancing Act Pictures. It was accepted into eleven film festivals and won four awards.

Anything for Alice (2014)

Max tires of his lavish lifestyle and cannot stop thinking about Alice, his college love. After he tracks her down, he discovers she is still bubbly and full of ideals.

43 (2015)

Forty-three students go missing in Guerrero, Mexico.

Vampire Junction (2001)

When an unsuspecting female doctor arrives in Fallas, N.M., she soon realizes the town is like no other.

Achanak (1973)

Achanak is a 1973 Indian Hindi film, directed by Gulzar, written by Khwaja Ahmad Abbas, and starring Vinod Khanna. Gulzar received a Filmfare nomination as Best Director for this film. Even though Gulzar is an accomplished lyricist, this film did not have any songs in it. K.A. Abbas earned a Filmfare nomination for best story. It is inspired by the real-life sensational 1958 murder case KM Nanavati v State of Maharashtra.

Despite The Gods (2012)

In India, American filmmaker Jennifer Lynch ("Boxing Helena") endures a difficult shoot and struggles to care for her young daughter during the production of "Hisss."

The Delhi Way (1964)

The Delhi Way is a 1964 documentary about Delhi produced, written, photographed and directed by James Ivory. It is narrated by Leo Genn.

Maurie (1973)

Maurie (also known as Big Mo) is a 1973 American semi-biographical feature film directed by Daniel Mann. Distributed by National General Pictures, the film covers the lives and relationship of two NBA Hall of fame basketball players, the forward Jack Twyman, and his teammate the forward Maurice Stokes.

A Job to Kill For (2006)

An executive at an advertising agency lands in trouble when a beautiful woman helps him save a major account.

The Floating Shadow (2012)

After trying to kill a fellow prisoner, a woman (Li Jia) reveals the dark secrets of her past to a police investigator.

The Strange Door (1951)

The Strange Door is a 1951 American film noir thriller horror film, released by Universal Pictures. The film starred Charles Laughton, Boris Karloff, Sally Forrest and Richard Stapley. Karloff's role is actually a support one but his name carried significant weight in the billing. It was directed by Joseph Pevney and was based on the short story "The Sire de Maletroit's Door" by Robert Louis Stevenson. Its alternative title was Robert Louis Stevenson's The Strange Door.

Wintercourse (1962)

Filmmaker Paul Sharits documents a relationship that is seemingly carefree yet full of apprehensions.

Cheap Shots (1988)

A motel owner (Louis Zorich) and his oddball buddy (David Patrick Kelly) videotape two lovers in bed being murdered.

Through The Valley (2008)

A reformed criminal, who has dedicated his life to helping young kids avoid making the same mistakes that he once did, is drawn back into a life of crime and framed for a murder by the local DA.