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  • Genre:  Biography, Drama, History
    Release Year: 2015
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.3 IMDB

    "Muhammad: The Messenger of God" takes viewers back to 6th-century Arabia, where the young Muhammad grows up in Mecca, a city plagued by tribal conflicts, idol worship, and social injustice. The film portrays the hardships and trials faced by Muhammad and his family, as well as the divine revelations he receives from God, which ultimately shape his destiny. As Muhammad grows older, he begins to receive revelations from the angel Gabriel, guiding him to share the message of monotheism and the worship of one God, Allah. Despite facing opposition from the ruling elites and religious leaders of Mecca, Muhammad's determination and unwavering faith inspire a small group of followers who embrace Islam. The film chronicles Muhammad's struggle to establish a peaceful and just society, as he faces persecution and hostility from those who fear the loss of their power and influence. It explores his teachings of compassion, forgiveness, and social equality, emphasizing his message of unity and the importance of caring for the less fortunate. Through stunning cinematography and a compelling narrative, "Muhammad: The Messenger of God" transports viewers to the heart of 7th-century Arabia, immersing them in the rich cultural tapestry of the time. It depicts the societal and political challenges faced by Muhammad and his followers, as well as the unwavering dedication of his companions who stood by his side. The film also highlights the importance of Muhammad's family, particularly his daughter Fatimah and his uncle Hamza, in supporting his mission and preserving his teachings. It showcases the depth of their love and commitment to the principles of Islam, providing a glimpse into the personal relationships that shaped the early Islamic community. "Muhammad: The Messenger of God" serves as an authentic and respectful portrayal of the life and teachings of Prophet Muhammad, offering viewers an opportunity to gain insight into the beginnings of Islam and the profound impact of his message on the world. With a sweeping score, breathtaking visuals, and a stellar ensemble cast, the film captures the essence of Muhammad's profound journey, his unwavering faith, and the enduring legacy he left behind. It is a tribute to his remarkable life and the enduring impact of his teachings on millions of believers around the world. "Muhammad: The Messenger of God" is a cinematic masterpiece that inspires reflection, promotes understanding, and fosters dialogue about the life and legacy of one of the most influential figures in human history.

  • Release Year: 2022
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.7 IMDB
    Cast:  Marilyn Monroe, Marlon Brando, Michael Caine, William Shatner

    A feature-length documentary on the life of one of the last surviving actresses from the golden age of Hollywood - Joan Collins. Full of never-before-seen home movie footage and thrilling archive, this epic film gives us an intimate and revealing glimpse into one of the world's most iconic figures.

  • Genre:  Biography, Music, Romance
    Release Year: 1947
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5.6 IMDB
    Cast:  Janet Blair, Ann Carter

    "The Fabulous Dorseys" explores the fascinating lives of Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, two immensely talented musicians who rose to fame as bandleaders and contributed significantly to the golden age of swing music. The story traces their humble beginnings, sibling rivalry, and their meteoric rise to stardom. The film delves into the complexities of their relationship, both as brothers and as musical collaborators. As they form separate bands and become direct competitors, their contrasting personalities and artistic approaches create tension and conflict. Yet, the undeniable bond between them remains at the heart of their shared journey. Amidst the backdrop of the thriving big band era, the Dorsey brothers face various obstacles and personal struggles. From artistic differences and romantic entanglements to financial hardships and the challenges of maintaining a successful career in the ever-evolving music industry, the film explores the highs and lows of their professional lives. "The Fabulous Dorseys" showcases breathtaking musical performances, featuring the brothers' signature sound and the talented musicians who collaborated with them. The film serves as a celebration of their musical legacy, offering audiences a chance to experience the infectious energy and timeless melodies of the swing era. Beyond the music, the film delves into the personal lives of the Dorsey brothers, exploring their relationships with family, friends, and romantic partners. It delves into their successes and sacrifices, illuminating the personal toll that fame and fortune can have on individuals. With its nostalgic charm, toe-tapping music, and stellar performances by the actors portraying the Dorsey brothers, "The Fabulous Dorseys" captures the essence of a bygone era. It pays tribute to the enduring influence of Tommy and Jimmy Dorsey, highlighting their contributions to the American musical landscape and their lasting impact on the world of jazz and swing. Through its captivating storytelling and mesmerizing musical sequences, "The Fabulous Dorseys" transports viewers to a time when the power of music captivated audiences and defined an era, reminding us of the indelible mark left by these legendary bandleaders.

  • Release Year: 2021
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.6 IMDB
    Cast:  Dan Aykroyd, Russell Morash, Julia Child, David Letterman

    Julia tells the story of the legendary cookbook author and television superstar who changed the way Americans think about food, television, and even about women.

  • Release Year: 2022
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 8 IMDB
    Cast:  Tony Hawk

    Follows famous skater Tony Hawk's personal life, career and relationship with skateboarding, including never-before-seen footage and unprecedented access to Hawk, along with interviews with figures from the skateboarding world.

  • Release Year: 2022
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 4.3 IMDB
    Cast:  David Beckham, Victoria Beckham

    David Beckham, a household name, footballing icon and at one point the most hated man in England. A comprehensive look at David Beckham's footballing career focusing on his England redemption, World Cup dreams, trial by media and becoming brand Becks. From humble beginnings in Leytonstone to achieving England's most capped outfield player, winning the illustrious treble and becoming the highest-paid player of all time, Beckham truly is a modern-day phenom. Taking on brand deals and appearances Beckham became the most commercially valuable player in the world playing for Goliaths, Manchester United, Real Madrid and AC Milan. There is no doubting the commercial success of brand Becks and when a player wins as much silverware as Beckham, there's no doubting their playing career either.

  • Genre:  Action, Biography, Drama
    Release Year: 2022
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 4.6 IMDB
    Cast:  Mikolaj Roznerski

    A film about a man with a breakthrough history of Poland in the background. Edward Gierek is one of the most important figures of the 20th century in the collective memory of Polish people. Even though he stands in line with notables like John Paul II, Jozef Pilsudski or Lech Walesa, film industry hasn't noticed him yet. Janusz Iwanowski and Jolanta Owczarczyk, producers, decided to fill this gap. The film is set in the years 1970-1982, when Edward Gierek becomes First Secretary of the Central Committee of the PZPR (Central Committee of the Polish United Worker's Party) until his internment. It won't be a political film. The audience will see Edward Gierek behind the scenes of his political power. Family relations that have never seen the light of day are an essential part of this story. The filming was preceded by months of preparations and rehearsals with actors as well as appearance transformations. The film was shot in the South of Poland: in Katowice, Ustron, Zawiercie, as well as in Warsaw, Deblin and the Imperial Shipyard in Gdansk.

  • Genre:  Action, Biography
    Release Year: 2022
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.4 IMDB
    Cast:  Denzel Washington, Kevin Costner, Dolly Parton, Jennifer Hudson

    In 2012, the world lost a music icon. In celebration of the life and career of Whitney Houston this documentary shows never-before-seen footage and interviews of the late artist. The one-hour special includes lost performances and rare moments with Whitney, alongside new interviews with those who knew her best including Dionne Warwick, Clive Davis, CeCe Winans, Monica, and Kelly Price.

  • Release Year: 2016
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5.9 IMDB
    Cast:  Adèle Exarchopoulos

    Jean, a charming and enigmatic prisoner, finds himself serving a long sentence in a high-security prison. Despite the harsh reality of his confinement, Jean's charisma and magnetic personality draw the attention of women, including the prison staff. However, it is the chance encounter with a married woman named Anna that ignites a flame of forbidden desire within both of them. Anna, a vulnerable and discontented woman, visits the prison as a volunteer and is captivated by Jean's mysterious allure. Bound by their circumstances, Jean and Anna embark on a passionate and illicit affair, defying societal conventions and risking everything for their forbidden love. Their relationship becomes an escape from the harsh realities of prison life and the monotony of Anna's mundane existence. As their connection deepens, Jean and Anna must navigate the complexities and challenges that their love presents. They face scrutiny, judgment, and the consequences that come with their clandestine affair. Their emotions and loyalties are tested as they grapple with the ethical dilemmas and moral implications of their actions. Within the walls of the prison, where rules are strict and emotions run high, Jean and Anna find solace and meaning in each other's arms. Their love becomes a symbol of hope, liberation, and the power of human connection amidst the darkest of circumstances. However, the outside world threatens to tear them apart, with the weight of societal expectations and personal responsibilities bearing down on them. "Down by Love" explores the complexities of love, desire, and the boundaries that society imposes on relationships. It examines the transformative power of love in the most unexpected of places and challenges viewers to question their own notions of right and wrong. With nuanced performances and a poignant storyline, this film delves into the depths of human emotions and the lengths one will go to for the sake of love.

  • Release Year: 2014
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.4 IMDB

    "My Name Is Jonah" tells the inspiring story of a 10-year-old boy named Jonah who lives with autism. The film opens with Jonah's parents, Sarah and David, struggling to understand and support their son's unique needs. Jonah finds solace in his own world, filled with his favorite obsessions and rituals, which provide him comfort in an often overwhelming sensory environment. As Jonah's parents search for answers and the best possible care for their son, they encounter various obstacles and skeptics along the way. The family faces challenges both within their immediate circle and in their community, where understanding and acceptance of autism remain limited. Driven by their unwavering love for Jonah, Sarah and David refuse to give up on finding the right support for their son. They discover a specialized school that offers a nurturing environment tailored to Jonah's needs, giving him the opportunity to grow and thrive. Within this new setting, Jonah meets a diverse group of children who also have unique challenges and abilities. Through their shared experiences and friendships, Jonah begins to develop a sense of belonging and acceptance. The film showcases the power of genuine connections, as Jonah's newfound friendships help him break through the barriers of his condition. As the story unfolds, Jonah's journey becomes a catalyst for change within his family and the wider community. Sarah and David become advocates for autism awareness and understanding, working tirelessly to educate others about the challenges faced by individuals on the spectrum. Through heartwarming moments, unexpected breakthroughs, and emotional struggles, "My Name Is Jonah" explores the power of love, compassion, and perseverance in overcoming adversity. It serves as a reminder that every individual, regardless of their differences, deserves to be seen, heard, and embraced by society.

  • Release Year: 1970
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 5 IMDB
    Cast:  Mick Jagger, Frank Thring

    "Ned Kelly" delves into the life of Ned Kelly, a notorious Australian bushranger and folk hero. The film begins by depicting Ned's humble beginnings as a young Irish immigrant in colonial Australia, where he and his family face discrimination and poverty. As Ned grows into adulthood, he witnesses firsthand the injustices suffered by his fellow Irish immigrants and the poor working class. Fueled by a sense of righteous anger and a desire for justice, Ned becomes increasingly defiant against the oppressive colonial authorities. Joined by his loyal gang of outlaws, including his brother Dan and two friends, Steve Hart and Joe Byrne, Ned embraces a life of crime, robbing banks and staging audacious heists. Their daring escapades earn them both notoriety and a growing reputation as champions of the oppressed. However, as the gang's exploits escalate, they become the primary targets of a ruthless police force led by Superintendent Francis Hare. The film showcases the thrilling cat-and-mouse game between Ned Kelly's gang and the relentless pursuit of the law enforcement, culminating in several dramatic and violent confrontations. Amidst the chaos and bloodshed, "Ned Kelly" also delves into the personal struggles and inner conflicts of its protagonist. Ned grapples with his identity, torn between his love for his family and his commitment to fight against the injustice he witnesses. The film explores the complex motivations behind Ned's actions and the moral dilemmas he faces as a self-proclaimed outlaw. Throughout the narrative, "Ned Kelly" presents a vivid portrayal of the socio-political climate of 19th-century Australia, highlighting the deep-rooted divisions between the ruling class and the working class. The film raises questions about the nature of heroism, the blurred lines between right and wrong, and the price of standing up against oppression. In its poignant and powerful conclusion, "Ned Kelly" showcases the infamous siege at Glenrowan, where Ned and his gang make their final stand against the authorities. The film captures the tragedy and defiance of the event, solidifying Ned Kelly's place in history as a symbol of resistance and rebellion. With its riveting storytelling, compelling characters, and exploration of societal injustice, "Ned Kelly" presents an unforgettable cinematic portrayal of a legendary figure whose name continues to resonate in the Australian folklore.

  • Genre:  Action, Biography, History, War
    Release Year: 1958
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.6 IMDB
    Cast:  Michael Craig, Sidney James, Laurence Harvey, Dawn Addams

    Set during World War II, "The Silent Enemy" follows the events surrounding the British submarine HMS Sea Tiger. Under the command of Lieutenant Commander Lionel "Buster" Crabb (played by Laurence Harvey), the crew of the submarine embarks on a crucial mission in the Mediterranean Sea. Their mission is to disrupt and destroy the German warships that threaten Allied convoys. Operating in the confined and dangerous waters, the crew faces immense challenges as they navigate minefields and evade enemy patrols. The film focuses on the unique tactics employed by the crew to counter the superior firepower and numbers of the German navy. Using their expertise and cunning, they utilize stealth and surprise attacks to inflict damage on the enemy ships, all while evading detection. As the battles intensify, tensions rise within the submarine. The crew must navigate the physical and emotional strain of their mission, enduring the claustrophobic conditions and the constant threat of danger. The film explores their camaraderie, loyalty, and the sacrifices they make for each other and their mission. "The Silent Enemy" showcases the incredible bravery and resourcefulness of the British naval forces as they face overwhelming odds in their fight against the enemy. It highlights the strategic importance of submarines during wartime and the vital role they played in disrupting enemy operations. The film also pays tribute to the unsung heroes of the Royal Navy, shedding light on the sacrifices and dedication of the sailors who risked their lives to protect the freedom of their nation and its allies. With its gripping storytelling and intense action sequences, "The Silent Enemy" captures the tension and danger of submarine warfare during World War II. It is a testament to the indomitable spirit and courage of the men who fought against formidable odds, showcasing their determination and resilience in the face of adversity. Note: "The Silent Enemy" is based on the real-life exploits of British Royal Navy officer Lionel "Buster" Crabb, who played a significant role in underwater operations during World War II.

  • Release Year: 2021
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 7.9 IMDB

    An animated documentary telling the true story about a man's need to confront his past in order to truly have a future. Amin arrived as an unaccompanied minor in Denmark from Afghanistan. Today, at 36, he is a successful academic and is getting married to his long-time boyfriend. A secret he has been hiding for over 20 years threatens to ruin the life he has built for himself. For the first time, he is sharing his story with his close friend.

  • Genre:  Biography
    Release Year: 2020
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.8 IMDB
    Cast:  Matt Smith, Marianne Rendón, Mark Moses, Hari Nef

    A look at the life of photographer Robert Mapplethorpe from his rise to fame in the 1970s to his untimely death in 1989.

  • Release Year: 2003
    Playing Time: 1h 37m
    IMDB Rating: 6.5 IMDB
    Cast:  Alexa Davalos, Antonio Banderas, Kyle Chandler, Michael McKean

    And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself takes place during the early 20th century when Mexico is embroiled in a tumultuous revolution. The film centers around the charismatic Pancho Villa (played by actor A), a larger-than-life figure leading a ragtag army in their fight against the oppressive government forces. As Villa's revolutionary movement gains momentum, he hatches a daring plan to capture the attention of the world and gain support for his cause. Villa decides to collaborate with American filmmaker D.W. Griffith (played by actor B) to create a cinematic masterpiece that showcases his military campaigns and highlights the plight of the Mexican people. The film delves into the challenges faced by Villa and his army as they navigate the intricacies of the filmmaking process while continuing their battle against the government. The line between reality and fiction blurs as Villa's forces engage in real battles, captured on camera for the silver screen. While the collaboration with Hollywood brings international attention to Villa's cause, it also presents its own set of complications. Villa must balance his military strategy with the demands of the filmmaking process, dealing with egos, artistic differences, and the ethics of glorifying violence for the sake of entertainment. As the film production reaches its climax, Villa's army faces a crucial showdown with the government forces. The events unfold with breathtaking intensity, showcasing the sacrifices, heroism, and devastating consequences of war. And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself provides a fascinating portrayal of a historical figure who straddled the worlds of revolution and cinema. The film captures the larger-than-life personality of Pancho Villa and explores the complexities of his character, from his audacious military tactics to his collaboration with the Hollywood film industry. Through meticulous attention to historical detail, compelling performances, and a richly immersive setting, the film paints a vivid picture of the Mexican Revolution and Villa's role in shaping its course. It showcases the power of film as a medium for propaganda, political messaging, and the preservation of history. And Starring Pancho Villa as Himself is a captivating blend of history, action, and drama that offers a unique perspective on a pivotal period in Mexican and cinematic history. It celebrates the indomitable spirit of Pancho Villa and his quest for justice, freedom, and recognition in the eyes of the world.