Tin is being lured into Saigon's underground motorcycle racing scene by fast money. Goldie works at a hostess bar and is looking for a way out. Together, they struggle to define their ambiguous romance when Goldie becomes pregnant.
In the streets of Seoul two brothers attempt a robbery on a family friend. But amidst the job the plan goes awry. A controlling older brother is confronted, an attraction is sparked, and a death is to be dealt with.
In rural Trinidad, Dhani struggles to support himself and his mother by selling doubles (Trinidad's quintessential street food). When his estranged father returns from Canada unexpectedly, Dhani must decide if he will help save his father's life despite their strained relationship.
On one of the most important nights of the Eastern Orthodox calendar, the Hatamian family prepares to host a Christmas dinner for all of their relatives. They only have 15 minutes left.
A visual representation of a sexual climax, depicting basic animalistic instincts and exploring the human body.
"Maybe she dies like this..." is an absurd tragedy about a man trying to come to terms with his lover's death. On an unbearably sunlit Sunday morning, Johnny's man who never saw meaning in life, only chaos, only absurdity, decides to rob a church, where he meets Judy. They immediately consume each other. A love based on laughing destruction. When Johnny sends Judy to rob a bunch of drug dealers with a suitcase full of party favors, the deal goes tart and Judy ends up dead. Johnny, crushed, tries to commit suicide, but when he's unable to do so, he decides to visit the site of his lover's death, if only to undergo a similar fate. When he arrives at the location, however, he discovers that it wasn't the drug dealers who killed her, and suspects the liaison he used to set up the deal. He manages to escape and goes after him to avenge his lover's death, only to find out that Judy is still alive and that she had in fact deceived him. Johnny, torn, is left with only one choice. Dead girl. Two dead criminals.
A man returns home after a prolonged absence and makes a shocking discovery, compelling him to reexamine his past and reconcile with the present.
SONGS FROM THE FARM is about a fur farmer and his wife in rural China, struggling to cope with life without their son. Uncle Wong and Anna are trying to survive a painful memory and this portrait documentary is a gradual reveal! of this couple’s disconnect, which was the result of their son’s suicide.
In the darkened quiet of a hospital room, a dying woman and granddaughter reminisce about the moment that changed both of their lives. A poignant tale about letting go.
A documentary born in the dust of a vanishing frontier, Last Texas Cowboy reflects on the stories of West Texans for whom the cowboy code is more than just a way of life, but a part of who they are.