Category Drama

Submission

The university lecturer and writer Ted Swenson (Stanley Tucci) is happily married, but dissatisfied with his employment and professional development. In addition, he has secret sexual fantasies that he lives out in the literary effusions of his students, while he does not progress even with his new novel. He decides to become a mentor to the promising new student Angela Argo (Addison Timlin), but it does not take long and they find it difficult to keep their relationship purely professional because soon it starts to crack between the two. Swenson tries to process his feelings and desires in a new novel...

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The Kitchen- Queens Of Crime

1978: Between New York’s Hell’s Kitchen, 8 blocks from the 8th Avenue and the Hudson River, its 20 blocks are controlled by the Irish mafia. In the midst of pawn shops, porn shops and seedy pubs, life has never been easy – let alone sure. When one day the three gangsters Rob (Jeremy Bob), Kevin (James Badge Dale) and Jimmy (Brian d’Arcy James) are taken away by the FBI, their three wives Kathy (Melissa McCarthy), Ruby (Tiffany Haddish) and Claire ( Elisabeth Moss) in the quarter back. And they are now not only on their own, but also have a few outstanding bills and on top of that must protect their endangered children. The trio, despite inexperience in their own hands, from now on, the affairs of the Irish mafia, which they skillfully from fights, murder to the unscrupulous repression of the competition also skillfully implement...

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Downton Abbey

In 1927, Downton Abbey received a great honor: King George V and Queen Mary announce their visit to the estate, whipping up the lives of the Crawley family and their servants. Even though Downton Abbey is still a noble residence, quite a bit has changed there, and the Earl of Grantham (Hugh Bonneville) and his wife Cora (Elizabeth McGovern) are no longer employing as many servants as before. A suitable person must come to organize the royal visit and guide the staff, and so the former butler Carson (Jim Carter) is summarily taken out of retirement. But then comes the big damper: The royal couple brings their own royal household and the staff of Downton Abbey suddenly sees himself deprived of his duties...

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Paradise Hills

When Uma (Emma Roberts) wakes up in a clinic on a mysterious island called Paradise, she can not explain how she ended up in a therapy center for emotional healing on a remote island. The facility is run by a woman whom everyone calls “the Duchess” (Milla Jovovich), and all inmates are young, well-bred women who have been sent to the island to become perfect women within a very short time on common ideal standards in the categories “beauty”, “behaving”, “voice” and “fitness”...

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Gloria Bell

Mid-fifties Gloria (Julianne Moore) feels lonely since her divorce. Her children Anne (Caren Pistorius) and Peter (Michael Cera) have long since started their own lives – he with his newborn baby, her with her yoga classes and her hot new surfer friend. Gloria, who loves dancing, is starting to go to single parties all over Los Angeles. During the day, she struggles through her boring everyday life in the office and at night she beats the nights around her ears. During one of these nocturnal rambles she meets Arnold (John Turturro)...

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Fisherman’s Friends

Ten singing men from the fishing village of Port Isaac in Cornwall are visited by music producer Danny (Daniel Mays) and his ten buddies from London, who wants to win them for a record deal. It turns out that the action is just a joke on the part of his boss, but over time, the otherwise cynical Danny really believes that he could make a hit with the band. But first, Danny and his buddies stand out in the village, especially negative. The friends spend a bachelor weekend in the countryside and behave accordingly. At the latest when visitors from the big city have to be fished out of the water during stand-up paddling, they are on everyone’s lips. Their rescuers around fisherman Jim (James Purefoy) will see the boys back sooner than they suspect, because next to their work, they are shanties as “Fisherman’s Friends”. Spontaneously, Danny lodges at the Bed & Breakfast of Jim’s daughter Alwyn (Tuppence Middleton), so that she can compete better for the favor of the fishermen...

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Ride Like A Girl

As a little girl, Michelle Payne (Teresa Palmer) dreams of the impossible: winning the Melbourne Cup as a jockey. It is one of the toughest two-mile races in equestrian sports...

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Little Joe

Alice (Emily Beecham) is a woman who loves her job in the greenhouse. Her latest discovery seems sensational: a new cinnabar plant she calls herself in honor of her son Little Joe...

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Dark Waters

Lawyer Robert Billiot (Mark Ruffalo) reveals the environmental scandal of chemical company DuPont...

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Knives Out

After murdering family patriarch and crime writer Harlan Thrombey (Christopher Plummer) on his 85th birthday, his birthday party turns into a mystery dinner. The relatives present, of course, do not want to hear anything, but they are still being held by the detectives Benoit Blanc (Daniel Craig) and Lieutenant Elliott (Lakeith Stanfield) until the culprit is found. This does not suit the guests like Ransom Drysdale (Chris Evans) and his parents Linda (Jamie Lee Curtis) and Richard Drysdale (Don Johnson) at all. Although Thrombey’s party society is anything but cooperative, it comes in the course of the evening to some surprising twists and the situation is getting worse...

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