A wealthy white paraplegic and his black parolee caregiver are mutually changed for the better.
Black lovers Tish & Fonny run up against prejudice & injustice when he is arrested on false charges and imprisoned while she tries to prove his innocence.
The film, filled with snatches of great music, features famous violinist Itzhad Perlman at home entertaining guests, in Israel, at concert halls, and navigating the streets of NYC in his scooter/wheel chair.
On Christmas Eve a mysterious stranger brings comfort to Rose sitting with her ill mother in a hospital, while elsewhere 4 other lonely people try to cope.
This section is usually for feature films, but I just came across this short film that I want to share as the 15th anniversary approaches. Our star rating (1-5): 5 If you don’t have a lot of time to spend in remembrance of 9/11, Dan Meth’s almost 8-minute film is a great one …
In a hospital a boy discovers he can leave his body & fly about. He helps an injured cop & a reporter to find & defeat a villain threatening the city.
In NYC a lonely college freshman hooks up with her older soon to be stepsister, thus entering a whirligig world, but then, though admiring her mentor, has doubts about her.
A guilt-ridden ex-cop turned P.I. tracks down kidnappers who abduct & kill the women of drug dealers. Active in A.A., he befriends a homeless black youth.
This story of a woman in her late 20s trying to become a dancer in NYC follows a different path from the usual “follow your dream” Hollywood success story.