In the Old West a suitor & a fake parson search for a woman who turns out to be far from the damsel in distress the lover had thought her to be.
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.
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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 recently widowed man, overcome by grief, discovers a locket his wife had saved with an inscription from another man, wonders if his marriage was a sham.
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.
Danish artist Einar Wegener, married to fellow artist Gerda, becomes a pioneer in the transgender movement by undergoing one of the 1st sex change operations in the early 1930s.
A father imprisoned in China escapes & tries to contact his wife but their daughter betrays him. Years later he is freed, but his wife now has amnesia & thus does not recognize him.
This film noir unfolds right after WW 2 when a disfigured survivor of Auschwitz has plastic surgery, & with a friend, who thinks her German husband betrayed her, searches for him. Not recognizing his wife now, he invites her to pretend to be his wife so he can gain the wife’s large inheritance.