A strait-laced brother who puts business before family gets embroiled in his gangster brother’s life when a bank robbery goes badly awry. The only way to bring his brother’s killer to justice is to enter the same life style and hopefully not lose himself in the process. Uncovering truth about family and loyalty along the journey and realizing there are two sides to every story.
A ruthless corporate raider is forced to return to his small town roots where he suddenly inherits his father’s nearly bankrupt pencil factory, which is the heart and soul of the depressed community. With the foreclosure deadline looming, he must decide to either let it close, or join the community’s fight to save it.
A racist woman makes it her personal mission to displace the new Black family that has just moved in next door to her. A community activist and his wife are the couple she’s targeting — but they won’t back down without a fight.
Madison Taylor (Merrin Dungey) is a forensic psychiatrist, spending her days interviewing prison inmates and her evenings with her husband Jeremy. When Jeremy is killed in a home invasion by Francis Tate (Devon Graye), her world begins to turn itself inside out.
O-bok’s eldest daughter is about to get married to an educated, well-off young man, but she’s far from happy. It’s not just hot weather, hot flushes, her daughters’ materialism, her mother’s dementia, her husband’s drinking, or the impending gentrification of the food market where she sells fish – although all of that will push her to take a stand. After trying to cover it up, O-bok reveals to her daughter that she was raped by a fellow stallholder, the man organising the traders against their landlords. Increasingly furious, O-bok eschews the useless police to pursue her own justice, even if it means a physical fight.
After his cousin is shot and killed by a white police officer in Chicago and Black Lives Matter protests spread across the city, a black inner city teen desperately fights for a way out of the most notorious murder capital of America.
Just as Tessa’s life begins to become unglued, nothing is what she thought it would be. Not her friends nor her family. The only person that she should be able to rely on is Hardin, who is furious when he discovers the massive secret that she’s been keeping. Before Tessa makes the biggest decision of her life, everything changes because of revelations about her family.
With one single choice, everything changes. One life splits into two realities: one chasing a chance at love, while the other finds solace in music. If one true path is not found, both realities will cease to exist. A reluctant guardian angle, William, finds it challenging to overcome his selfish ways and connect with the boy, James, that he is to look after.
With dreams of diving abroad, Tsuneo gets a job assisting Josee, an artist whose imagination takes her far beyond her wheelchair. But when the tide turns against them, they push each other to places they never thought possible, and inspire a love fit for a storybook.
A man on his death bed relives memories of a past relationship and struggles with his own life choices. As he moves through the consequences of his decisions, he deals with regret and the possibilities of what could’ve been, all while coming to terms with his fate.
Jacob is quickly digressing into a state of insanity as Davis and Michael are confronted with a new issue: global disease, which only makes matters worse. In a race against the clock, they see the world fade around them, and letters and envelopes seem to be all that’s left for mankind.
Barbara O’Brien, an Irish Catholic mother, has her life turned upside-down when her son, a freshman in college, is involved in a tragic hazing incident. Taking justice into her own hands, she travels across the country recording mothers who have lost sons to hazing in an effort to prove the university’s liability. When she is confronted by corruption and cover ups, she seeks revenge on the one person she finds truly responsible, proving that hell hath no fury like a mother scorned.
Over the course of a hot summer day in Los Angeles, the lives of 25 young Angelinos intersect. A skating guitarist, a tagger, two wannabe rappers, an exasperated fast-food worker, a limo driver—they all weave in and out of each other’s stories. Through poetry they express life, love, heartache, family, home, and fear. One of them just wants to find someplace that still serves good cheeseburgers.
Based on real life transcripts culled from conversations between FBI analyst Bill Hagmaier and serial killer Ted Bundy that took place between 1984 and 1989, No Man of God details the complicated relationship that formed between the two men during Bundy’s final years on death row.
On the south shore of Long Island in the summer of 1983, a group of working-class teenagers and 20-somethings work their summer jobs, fall in and out of love, and wrestle with what the future holds when the summer ends and the real world beckons.
Isolated in his austere penthouse overlooking Central Park, obsessive Wall Street data analyst Richard Boca sees ominous patterns. His computer models are behaving erratically, as are the swarms of mosquitos breeding in his apartment, an infestation that attends his psychological meltdown.
Set in the port town of Dover in the South-East of England, Mary Hussain suddenly finds herself a widow following the unexpected death of her husband. A day after the burial, she discovers he has a secret just twenty-one miles across the English Channel in Calais.
Escaping from poverty to become a witcher, Vesemir slays monsters for coin and glory, but when a new menace rises, he must face the demons of his past.