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American Pastoral

October 21, 2016

AMERICAN PASTORAL follows a family whose seemingly idyllic existence is shattered by the social and political turmoil of the 1960s. Seymour “Swede” Levov, is a once legendary high school athlete who is now a successful businessman married to Dawn, a former beauty queen. But turmoil brews beneath the polished veneer of Swede’s life. When his beloved teenage daughter, Merry, disappears after being accused of committing a violent act, Swede dedicates himself to finding her and reuniting his family.

Getting Personal

June 13, 1998

Romance gets off to a rocky start when Liz first meets Christopher, as he lies passed out on the deck of her holiday cottage. Comedy ensues as they fall in love and Christopher’s inability to commit is revealed to be the result of a bizarre event in his senior year of high school.

Dancing in the Dark

October 17, 1986

A woman married for 20 years who after her anniversary and 40th birthday receives information which leads her life to change. Narrated by the character, as she reads what she writes in a journal, the narrative is split between her present in a presumed asylum and her past married life.


March 27, 1998

Helen is a young woman caught between the pressures of being a housewife and mother while battling a physical disability. Part of her frustration arises from a controlling husband who wants her to “stay tough”- the philosophy used on him when he was at school. To escape reality, Helen dreams adventures until she no longer feels the need to return to her physical body.

Zoo Gang

Zoo Gang

A group of friends lease a dilapidated nightclub, the Zoo, from Leatherface, an old drunk. The brawny, but dimwitted Donnelly brothers come around looking for a fight. Going out for revenge, the Zoo Gang enjoys a brief victory … until, the Donnelly’s discover that the club’s real owner is dead, and that under the laws of abandoned property, they have a chance to seize the club for themselves. Rolling Leatherface’s motorhome off the lot, they replace it with their live-in school bus, and file for squatter’s rights. The Zoo Gang must contest them by 10 a.m. the next morning, or lose the club. For the gang, guerrilla warfare seems the only solution to win their property back!

Toy Soldiers

Toy Soldiers

Amy and seven college friends set off on a Central American cruise on her parents’ yacht. When they go ashore to get medical attention for one of the boys, they are surrounded by masked members of a “”death squad”” of guerilla fighters. Only Amy gets away, thanks to Sarge, the group’s ex-marine chaperone. Once home, Amy pleads with Sarge and some of his buddies, to go in for a rescue raid on the death squad’s camp, because the American Ambassador was unable to negotiate the release of her friends. With only 48 hours until the ransom’s due, the “”toy soldiers”” embark on a daring mission to free the captives before they lose their lives.

Won’t Back Down

September 28, 2012

Jamie Fitzpatrick (Maggie Gyllenhaal) and Nona Alberts (Viola Davis) are two women from opposites sides of the social and economic track, but they have one thing in common: a mission to fix their community’s broken school and ensure a bright future for their children. The two women refuse to let any obstacles stand in their way as they battle a bureaucracy that’s hopelessly mired in traditional thinking, and they seek to re-energize a faculty that has lost its passion for teaching.

The Woman He Loved

April 3, 1988

In 1936 the Prince of Wales (Anthony Andrews) must choose: American divorcee Mrs. Wallis Simpson (Jane Seymour), or the throne.

When Your Lover Leaves

October 31, 1983

Rejected by her married boyfriend (David Ackroyd), a recent divorcee (Valerie Perrine) meets new men and makes a new life.

When The Party’s Over

March 12, 1993

Four housemates try to find love and happiness in Los Angeles — often at the expense of their well-being and friendships. Artist Amanda (Sandra Bullock) is trying to make it on the gallery scene, while aspiring actor Banks (Kris Kamm) attempts to hit it big in Hollywood. Meanwhile, Frankie (Elizabeth Berridge) has an emotionally draining yet rewarding job as a social worker, but would be shattered to know that her roommate M.J. (Rae Dawn Chong) is sleeping with her boyfriend.