Trying not to get discouraged, she attempts to form a relationship with her neighbor Tina.
They find refuge in a small town where they get to know Brian Goh, a young Catholic school teacher. Impressed by their extraordinary courage in the face of adversity, their relationship forces him to confront the ghosts of his own childhood.Director Yasmin Ahmad explores the possibilities of emotional survival traumatised by loved ones. Cast: Aurore Clement, Lio, Magali Noel, Pascale Salkin.Through the wanderings of three lost souls who band together and console one another, Muallaf celebrates friendship, forgiveness, and the coming to terms with the past. The Eighties is a film about a musical in the making. Cast: Lim Kay Tong, Shanty, Lukman Sardi, Indy Barends.Sita is a spirited young woman working to support her family as a singer and prostitute in a local brothel.
Always short of funds and bullied by her pimp, she convinces an elderly portrait photographer, Mr. The unlikely bond that develops between Sita and Mr. Cast: Birgit Minichmayr, Lars Eidinger, Hans-Jochen Wagner, Nicole Marischka.Johan is the basis of this poignant human drama about the profound effect one life can have on another. A young couple's relationship is pushed to the brink while vacationing in the Mediterranean.On the surface, Chris and Gitti appear blissfully in love while enjoying the sun and sand of Sardinia.But as they spend more time together, their silly games and playful teasing begin to unmask hidden fears and desires. Bursting with idealism, Melanie Proschle, a young teacher from the countryside, starts her first job at a high school in the city; however, things don't go quite as she planned.When they accidentally run into another, seemingly happier and more successful couple, the tensions between them erupt. She had hoped to be a 'fresh breeze' to the school, but her colleagues are annoyed by her new teaching methods.Special features: "A summer without Gitti" short film; interviews with cast and crew; deleted scenes; outtakes; theatrical trailer; essay by Mark Peranson, editor of Cinema Scope. Not only that, Melanie hasn't one friend in her new town.