Gohan has been kidnapped! To make matters worse, the evil Garlic Jr. is gathering the Dragonballs to wish for immortality. Only then will Garlic Jr. be able to take over the Earth in order to gain revenge for the death of his father. Goku rushes to save Gohan, but arrives at the fortress just as Garlic Jr. summons the Eternal Dragon! Krillin and Piccolo try to help Goku, but their combined powers.
The Woman in White is reminiscing as she wanders in a lifeless home. Wife, mother, housekeeper, poet, female, mortal human – All these parts of herself no longer seem to exist but her presence still seems to be everywhere. She is inside the photos that keep the Man still, silent and indifferent in front of the TV screen. Close to her baby who needs her care and caress. Inside the reflection in the mirror when the Girl in Black looks at herself as she is struggling to figure out how to leave a home she can no longer bear. “Let me come with you…” they both ask, as a demand and a plea. And maybe, until the moon is gone from the night sky, perhaps they will have found the way that leads each of them from the darkness to light. Written by Rena Santamouris
Two college-time friends embark on a long drive on a Sunday morning, leaving their bustling city lives behind. As they amble through the hilly roads, they reveal to each other, their old longings and hidden pasts. Their rose-tinted nostalgia is broken and they come face to face with their imperfect lives.
Javier is an obsessed artist who is grieving the end of a relationship. His sorrow comes as a combination of memories, instinct and denial, and the mourning’s harsh feelings will compromise his sense of reality. Surrounded by doubt, and subjected to several addictions, Javier fights to find peace – until his lattermost move take him to a surrealistic emotional purgatory. The absurdity in which Javier finds himself might be a way out of the pain, and his redemption to love and all endings. But first he needs to confront his demons and to take one last chance into the pleasures of the flesh.
Ten-year-old Mrs. McCutcheon is having trouble fitting in at a new school until meeting Trevor, a tough little charmer who also suffers prejudice due to his Aboriginal heritage. With the school dance only days away, the two must navigate the pressures of school and family and find the courage to be who they are.
Ram Dass is one of the most important cultural figures from the 1960s and 70s. A pyschedelic pioneer, author of Be Here Now, beloved spiritual teacher, and outspoken advocate for death-and-dying awareness, Ram Dass is now himself approaching the end of life. Since suffering a life-changing stroke twenty years ago, he has been living at his home on Maui and deepening his spiritual practice — which is centered on love and his idea of merging with his surroundings and all living things. Shot in a nuanced cinematic style, the film is an intimate summary of his life learning and awareness, and is ultimately a poetic meditation on life, death, and the soul’s journey home.
Carrie Avis is an independent young woman working her way up at a new job in the big city, but when you’ve got an overbearing boss, crazy friends, and a chance at true love – things might just get a little out of hand. Can Carrie keep her head and find real happiness, or will her insecurities and secrets get the better of her? Written by Imogen Straub
Three young people in three different families and one lone bird. The young people do not know each other. Maybe passed by on the street, but more is not it. They live in different home relationships. Gabriel, a gay boy played by Anton Forsdik. His laying is not accepted in his family. He feels abandoned and alone. Johannes is an ADHD diagnosis guy claiming the doctors played by Malte Gårdinger. He also feels lonely in this unfair world. We follow these youngsters in their way through loneliness and heavy depression. Their desire to be accepted as them is to be loved by their immediate. The search for inner freedom and security leads them to different paths and places in their city. The thoughts of Gabriel fly high over the city with questions of loneliness and fate. His thoughts about fate do not only stop with humans, all living ones have their own lives.
Teresa (50) and Olivia (16) are struggling to connect during Teresa’s divorce. Finding common ground between a mother and daughter can be hard, but unbeknown to these 2 they may have more in common than they realise. Looking at age, love, family and the lies we tell those closest to us, Love lies asks if we expect more honesty and openness from our children than we give them and ponders what age we might be, if we didn’t know what age we are.
A selfish wife leaves her hearing impaired husband after he is assigned to desk duty for a questionable shooting of an armed suspect. Now a year later after Marc’s nasty split from his ex-wife he is now the prime suspect in her murder. Conflicted on if he should clear his name or left cards fall where they may, Marc is in race against time. While Detectives Davis and Davis try to build a case against a fellow brother in blue they only have 48 hours to get the hard evidence they need to convict Marc.
Morgan, an introverted boy who likes the girl next door, her name is Lily. Similarly, Lily likes him too. Initiatively, she contacts with him. However, when her father finds out they are in contact, he tries to interfere in the matter. Later, Lily seizes the chance to tell Morgan about how her father ill-treated her, and hopes Morgan would help her to escape the house. Morgan agrees to help her. But, he finds out the truth in the end that everything’s not what he sees.
A film about imagination in children and the wonderful things it can do. Exploring the mind of a child at the park, ‘Dragon Hunter’ follows a young boy through an imagined adventure. This short film examines the lengths at which a child’s imagination can go, including the fun, fear, and skill they can create in their imaginary world. ‘Dragon Hunter’ reminds parents and children alike what a child is capable of if given the chance while advertising the wonders of the outdoors. Written by Anonymous