While recovering from a suicide attempt, Ben Layton accidentally falls in love with a girl who was very nearly, almost his sister - and then things start to get weird.
Frank and Jenny expose their past and risk their future when they meet for an anonymous sexual encounter.
Xander Berkeley stars as Peter Keller, a man who made the surprising choice to walk away from a high-profile career as a particle physicist involved in the search for the Higgs-Bosson (the God particle) to teach high school physics. Now, far from the confinements of the elite scientific establishment, Keller is free to pursue his controversial interpretations of quantum theory and their relationship to ancient sacred teachings on consciousness. One night, Keller's theories are put to the test when a former student shows up claiming to have had a premonition that something tragic is about to happen to his twin brother who is stationed in Afghanistan. Keller is skeptical, but then realizes that perhaps the proof he has long sought has just fallen into his lap. Xander Berkeley's outstanding performance makes real scientific ideas both accessible and engaging. Inspired by the work of Gregg Braden.
As woodsmen, brothers Kemal and Cemal struggle with an uncertain future, living in a house inherited by their father, on the outskirts of a village. Kemal has always been a father to his brother. Nalân, arrives one day with Kemal, and adopts the house as her own. Her presence soothes Cemal, who's shaken by his mother’s death.
A woman's world comes crashing down when a stranger reveals he's been hired to kill her. What follows is a dark proposition: pay double, and she can turn the hit back on her murderous husband.
A member of a therapy group is found dead. A prosecutor and a police officer try to solve the mystery of his death.
Layabout, clandestine lover, small-time hood – Mousa has all kinds of skills. A refugee camp resident, this Palestinian does not give a damn about his father’s hard-won permit to work legally in the Israeli part of Jerusalem – he would rather earn a living stealing Israeli cars and selling them to Palestinian fences. Mousa is convinced that his future lies far away from all the violence and constraints that characterise life in the divided city; his heart, moreover, belongs to a married woman. Following the theft of a Passat one day he is given a brutal goingover by Palestinian militia-men. On closer inspection of the vehicle, he makes a discovery which suddenly makes apolitical Mousa of interest to all sides …
Pinku from 1968.