Amin came from Senegal nine years ago to work in France, leaving behind his wife Aisha and their three children. His work is his life, his friends the men who live with him in the social home.
Aisha sees her husband only once or twice a year, for a week or two, sometimes a month. She accepts this situation as a necessity: the money that Amin sends to Senegal provides for several people.
One day, Amin meets Gabrielle and a relationship starts between them. At first, Amin is reserved. There is the language barrier, his modesty. So far, separated from his wife, he has led a life devoted to duty and knew he had to remain vigilant.
DIVISION 19 is set in a future where the burgeoning need for social control has led to mass-criminalization.
With jails overflowing, Head of Central Control LYNDON (Linus Roache) has brought in a data-warehousing specialist NEILSEN (Alison Doody) who has turned the jails into online portals allowing citizens to monitor felons, voting on what they eat, wear, read, watch and when they fight
Drama, dance and death innovatively collide in Georgia Parris' life-affirming debut feature, starring renowned contemporary dancer Bobbi Jene Smith and with choreography from Maxine Doyle (Associate Director and Choreographer for Punchdrunk).
Professional dancer and choreographer Charlotte (Bobbi Jene Smith) is preparing for a new show. Everything is going well, until she receives a call: Mari, her grandmother, is dying.
Putting her life in London temporarily on hold, Charlotte leaves to support her mother and sister, despite the tensions that linger over the family's strained relationships.
Featuring an evocative score by Peter Gregson, Parris' bold genre-defying debut is a love letter to mother-daughter relationships and the difficult choices we make to preserve them.
Fact is stranger than fiction in this furiously thrilling crime caper based on the absurd but true story of the 1973 bank heist and hostage crisis, starring Ethan Hawke and Noomi Rapace and from the executive producer of Black KkKlansman.
1973, Stockholm, Sweden: self-styled outlaw Lars Nystrom, high on pills walks into a bank, pulls out a machine gun and res into the ceiling takes two bank workers hostage and demands his friend Gunnar is released from prison, $1million, and a getaway car. As negotiations with the police reach a deadlock, one of the hostages, married mother Bianca, initially terrified by being held captive by the erratic Lars, becomes sympathetic, then strangely attracted to him. As the net tightens, and Lars is forced to take desperate measures, Bianca finds herself siding with criminal over cops.
Woody has always been confident about his place in the world and that his priority is taking care of his kid, whether that’s Andy or Bonnie. But when Bonnie adds a reluctant new toy called “Forky” to her room, a road trip adventure alongside old and new friends will show Woody how big the world can be for a toy