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Stealing Heaven

April 28, 1989

French philosopher Pierre Abelard’s (Derek de Lint) love affair with his student Heloise (Kim Thomson) ends in medieval tragedy.

Stand Alone

September 1985

A World War II hero (Charles Durning) sends his family away so he can hunt killer drug dealers, even if it’s alone.

Something In Common

November 2, 1986

A Manhattan widow’s (Ellen Burstyn) 22-year-old son (Patrick Cassidy) falls for a divorcee (Tuesday Weld) old enough to be his mother.

Sins

February 2, 1986

An adaptation of the 1982 novel of the same name by Judith Gould, it is the story of a woman who survives the horrors of the Nazi occupation of France and suffers a succession of challenges as she rises in the world of fashion.

Beryl Markham: A Shadow on the Sun

May 15, 1988

Stefanie Powers portrays the Kenya-bred aviatrix, writer and racehorse trainer.

The Right Hand Man

August 11, 2000

Ned Rowlands, a talented stagecoach driver, meets the three creatures he loves best on the same day: a horse, a woman, and the man who will become his employer.

The Real Blonde

February 27, 1998

An aspiring actor (Matthew Modine) and his girlfriend (Catherine Keener) handle life’s frustrations, while his friend seeks fulfillment with a blonde (Daryl Hannah).

Queenie

May 10, 1987

A half-caste beauty emigrates from India to Great Britain, pursues fame and fortune at the cost of personal happiness, and becomes a Hollywood movie star while suppressing the truth of her heritage.

Pretty Smart

March 1987

Schoolgirls (Tricia Leigh Fisher, Patricia Arquette) abroad discover their headmaster (Dennis Cole) sells drugs and videos of coed horseplay.

Place of Weeping

December 5, 1986

In apartheid South Africa, an overweight white farmer (Charles Comyn) treats his black workers with a merciless brutality. When he catches one of them stealing poultry to feed his starving family, he angrily thrashes him to death. Confident he has intimidated his employees into keeping quiet, he is surprised when one black woman (Gcina Mhlophe) stands up to him. Powerless on her own, she enlists the help of a white journalist (James Whylie) from Johannesburg in her quest for retribution.