Marcus is a successful advertising executive who woos and beds women almost at will. After a company merger he finds that his new boss, the ravishing Jacqueline, is treating him in exactly the same way. Completely traumatised by this, his work goes badly downhill.
Antoine Rey looks for a special gift for his sister Melanie on her 40th birthday. He decides to surprise her with a trip to the French Island of Noirmoutier, where they spent many summers as children until their mother's death. On the drive back to Paris, Melanie is seriously injured in a car accident...
In a quiet Connecticut town, a kindly priest is murdered while waiting at a street corner. The citizens are horrified and demand action from the police. All of the witnesses identify John Waldron, a nervous out-of-towner, as the killer. Although Waldron vehemently denies the crime, no one will believe him. District Attorney Henry Harvey is then put on the case and faces political opposition in his attempt to prove Waldron's innocence. Based on a true story.
RJ the raccoon produces a nature video, which turns out to be an excuse for him and the porcupine children to play pranks on Hammy the squirrel.
A reformed gangster turns to his old associates for help after his son kills a police officer.
A satirical look at social media addiction. Jen finds that quitting Instagram and the grip it has on her isn't as easy as it seems.
Caffe 'Boomerang' is one of Belgrade's many cafes. Seemingly just a backdrop for our cast of crazy characters, but in reality much more than that.
A Swiss right-wing populist and a veiled, Kurdish Muslim asylum seeker swap bodies before an election.
A man, a woman, and some first date nerves - sometimes just being human is embarrassing!
Originally broadcast on public television in Amarillo, TX, Richard Serra’s BOOMERANG features Nancy Holt framed in a medium shot with a pair of headphones on her ears. We observe her as she speaks and then hears her words relayed back to her through a delayed transmission. Remarkably eloquent for one caught in such a feedback loop, Holt provides a monologue on experiencing time, thought, and oneself through technology. She remarks, “I have a double take on myself. I am once removed from myself … we are hearing and seeing a world of double reflections and double refractions.”
Boomerang is about four characters – a filmmaker (Sujan Mukherjee), a salesman (Kanchan Mullick), a police inspector (Paran Bandopadhyay), a journalist (Anindita Bose) and is a social satire which throws a dig at artists who blatantly copy others’ work, remake films and pass off as their own. Akshar Nandi is an established Bengali filmmaker who mainly copies South Indian movies. As the audience is nowadays looking for authentic stories, he starts looking for a new story with a unique concept.
Adnan is obsessed with going to his ex-wife's housewarming party. Unfortunately, he isn't invited.
An American brother and sister move to Australia to manage a cattle station, but the brother's racist attitude causes problems. After hearing a message by evangelist Billy Graham on the radio though, he has a change of heart and learns to accept the Aboriginal people.
The inside story on the colossal crush that Australia had on Swedish super-group ABBA and their music in the 1970's, and how the unequalled and enduring fan worship changed both the group and Australia forever.
Yusuf Miroğlu and Zeynep travel to Diyarbakır in southeast Turkey to attend his best friend Cemal's wedding. While performing the traditional halay dance at the wedding, Cemal is killed by an assassin. Cemal's widowed wife Leyla pleads Yusuf to find the people behind the murder and bring them to justice. Yusuf finds himself caught in a struggle against the PKK and other terrorist groups in the area.
A guy who gets a face transplant done, following a fire accident, realises many are after his life. He sets out to find the reason for the same.
Based on an original written by Cheon Myeong-gwan, a 48 year-old movie director moves into the house where his mother and 50 year-old brother lives until his sister moves in with her niece.
This story is about the fact that human happiness can not be bought for any money.
A wealthy pharmaceutical business owner, Edik is used to managing and controlling. But fate brings him an unexpected surprise. The unemployed artist Petrovich, who decided to say goodbye to life, falls from the roof of a skyscraper onto a brand new expensive businessman’s car. Is the miserable life of a loser worth that kind of money? Moreover, he will never be able to return them. But debt must be received at all costs, for Edik it is a matter of principle, forgiving others is not in his rules. Edik decides that Petrovich will work for him for free, he has every right to do so, because he is a real master of life. Or does he only think so, and everything can change at any second and turn over exactly the opposite?
Karine and Patrick are a loving but debt-ridden couple. Their only solution is to swallow their pride and accept to sleep in Karine’s parents’ basement –with all the conditions and sacrifices the new situation brings …
Follow the lives of Jacqueline Boyer's son and Marcus and Angela Graham's daughter as they try to step out of their parents' shadows and make a legacy of their own. Based on the 1992 American romantic comedy film.
Barmy Aunt Boomerang was a children's comedy series which aired on BBC1 in the United Kingdom from 16 September 1999 to 14 December 2000. Sebastian's world is turned upside down by the arrival of his unconventional Australian aunt Boomerang. It is revealed early on in the series that Aunt Boomerang is in fact a ghost, She was starring in an Australian soap when she was killed on set. She now acts as something of a "fairy god-mother" to Sebastian. The show ran for two series. The series also featured actor Alex Harvey, who is the son of the late Scottish rock singer and leader of The Sensational Alex Harvey Band. Alex Harvey Junior played the part of a police officer named Sergeant Keen.
The renowned Insurance International Co. has created an enquiry network, headed by detective Jack Clementi, to defend itself against insurance fraud. Jack has saved the company enormous amounts of money throughout his successful investigations and his bosses are more than willing put up with his brusque manners, his disconcerting frankness, and his intolerance for any form of company bureaucracy. Yet he is a big guy with a huge heart.