Care giver Diane struggles with her drug-addicted son and the death of a loved one while volunteering at a soup kitchen.
A terrific story. Click the name of the film to read my entire review.
The son of a poor farmer in Malawi must struggle against his father & other odds to bring water to his drought-stricken village.
Ben is a drug addict, so his early return from his rehab center on Christmas Eve throws his family into turmoil.
Jerry loses his job, abruptly goes to fight a forest fire, wife Jeanette reacts angrily by having a fling while son Joe helplessly looks on.
Our Content ratings (1-10): Violence 0; Language 3; Sex/Nudity 2. Although Joan Castleman (Glenn Close) does not spin or make clothing for her husband Joe (Jonathan Pryce), she certainly has been the “capable wife” described at the end of the Book of Proverbs. She has, we will see, done far more in their long …
After success of his 1st novel, a man is a failure 15 years later as writer, husband & father, now tries to reunite with his ex-wife & son during a storm.
A dying man estranged from his family decides to make a video for his unborn child and reconnects with the joy of life and his loved ones, even while dying.
In this stream of consciousness film a screenwriter is like a lost knight who has forgotten his mission, and so he recalls the past as he seeks recovery.
This controversial Holocaust film is worth viewing, and it’s coming to DVD in April. Click the image to read my entire review. (4 out of 5 stars)