8 Women / 8 Femmes

8 Women / 8 Femmes

Cast: Danielle Darrieux, Catherine Deneuve, Fanny Ardant, Isabelle Huppert, Emmanuelle Béart, Virginie Ledoyen, Ludivine Sagnier, Firmine Richard

Academy Award nominee Catherine Deneuve (The Musketeer), Isabelle Huppert (The Swindle), and Fanny Ardant (Elizabeth) star in this outrageous mystery about a wealthy industrialist who has been found murdered in his home while his family gathers for the holiday season. The house is isolated in a snow storm and the phone lines have been cut. Eight women are his potential murderers: His calculating wife, his two mischievous daughters, his meddling mother-in-law, his neurotic sister-in-law, his sexy sister, the faithful family cook and the sultry new maid. Each woman is a suspect. Each has a motive. Beautiful, tempestuous, intelligent, sensual, and dangerous… One of them is guilty. Which one is it?

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A Dirty Shame

A Dirty Shame

Cast: Tracey Ullman, Johnny Knoxville, Selma Blair, Chris Isaak, Suzanne Shepherd, Mink Stole

Are you ready for a movie that puts filth right where it belongs? Then get ready to laugh with A Dirty Shame–the latest raunchy riot from director John Waters (Hairspray). When a concussion awakens the carnal urges of Sylvia (Tracey Ullman), the people of Pinewood become pitted against each other in a battle of decency versus depravity.

A Marine Story

A Marine Story

Cast: Dreya Weber, Paris P. Pickard, Christine Mourad, Anthony Michael Jones, Jason Williams

A story set against the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell Policy of the US Military. A decorated Marine officer unexpectedly returns home from the war and is quickly recruited to help a troubled teen prepare for boot camp, but when the true reasons for her return become known it threatens the future for both of them.

Highly decorated film has won 17 Awards so far! The remarkably hard-bodied actress/aerialist Dreya Weber (The Gymnast) stars as Alex, a decorated Marine officer who is unexpectedly discharged from her wartime duty. Returning to her conservative home town she agrees to coach and counsel the precocious teen rebel Saffron (Paris Pickard). Alex is the no-nonsense role model and authority figure that Saffron needs, and in true Karate Kid style she inspires the young woman s transition from slacker to boot camp-ready Marine recruit. But as Saffron is finally finding the strength to grow up, Alex must find new courage to face her own demons.

A Perfect Ending

A Perfect Ending

Cast: Barbara Niven, Jessica Clark, John Heard, Morgan Fairchild, Rebecca Staab, Kerry Knuppe, Michael Adam Hamilton, Bryan Mordechai Jackson, Mary Wells, Imelda Corcoran

Rebecca has a very unusual secret, one that not even her best friends know about. The last person on earth she expects to reveal it to is a high priced escort named Paris. What starts as a comedy of errors ends up a uniquely erotic journey. Rebecca’s unconventional efforts to find herself are raw, evocative, and often times humorous, but always very real, very human. Sometimes a perfect ending is not what you expect it to be.

All About Love

All About Love

Cast: Sandra Ng Kwan Yue, Vivian Chow, Siu-Fai Cheung, William Chan Wai-Ting, Eddie Cheung

Anita (Vivian Chow) meets 19-year-old Mike (William Chan) online, and gets pregnant unexpectedly after their first date and one-night-stand. She is torn between having an abortion and keeping the baby. Macy (Sandra Ng), a lawyer by profession, is bi-sexual and fears commitment. Her two good friends Eleanor (Joey Meng) and Wai Wai (Jo Koo) are eager to find a loving partner for her. Robert (Eddie Cheung) runs an advertisement company next door to Macy’s office. His wife sues him for domestic violence and demands a divorce. Robert hires Macy to defend him in court. Macy counsels Robert on his chauvinism. She succeeds in helping him win back his wife’s love and they settle out of lawsuit. At the same time, Macy finds out she is pregnant with Robert’s baby. Macy and Anita meet when they sign up for counseling courses at . Despite 12 years of separation, they rekindle their passion for each other. Should they abort their babies or deliver them? Macy and Anita both find it hard to make a decision. Macy is still afraid to commit to a lasting relationship and treasures her freedom. On the other hand, Anita is tortured by the gossiping behind her back among her colleagues, while her boss plans to fire her without compensation. Meanwhile, either out of love or friendship, Robert and Mike keep in contact with both women and are prepared to offer help. Will Anita and Macy give birth? Will the two men be recognized as the babies’ fathers? What will become of Anita and Macy?