United States, 1964. Bobbie Dean is a boyish girl who has an extraordinary talent for basketball. Because she’s a girl, Bobbie is limited in her playing. She can only compete in girl’s basketball, that has restricted rules and is hardly taken serious by anyone. When Bobbie is helping her father making a delivery, some boys are playing ball. They assume she is a boy and when they see her play they want her on their college team. But when Bobbie’s secret eventually gets out, there are people who are willing to use any means necessary to ensure she never touches a ball in man’s basketball again.
Uncle Erik is supposed to take the children on a vacation to Egypt, but he becomes sick. It looks like there won’t be any trip to Egypt, which the children have been looking forward to for ages. However, it’s decided that father will accompany them and everything goes well, until they’re at the airport. Father misses the plane and the children find themselves alone in Cairo. Almost… Their neighbor and arch nemesis Mrs Flinth has also gone to Cairo, to meet her sister, who’s married to the Danish ambassador. After some persuasion, Mrs Flinth agrees to look after the children during their stay in Egypt, but she drives a hard bargain. She wants to take them to boring museums and lectures, while they want to swim in the pool and go to the camel race. Will they once more find a way to get their will through? And will Mrs Flinth soften up?
Hearty Paws is a heartwarming tale of a family broken down to a brother, his young sister and a dog that they adopt into the family on the sister’s sixth birthday. They face many hardships and the brother finds himself in a heartbreaking, traumatizing loss. He blames this on his dog and finds his way to his abandoner mother, not realizing that the dog was the one true family that would never leave him. The subplots and sadness outlines this movie. It is definitely one of the best, heart warming movies I have ever seen and definitely recommend to EVERYONE who is in the position to have your heart won over by this beautiful tale and dog. A truly beautiful tale.
This is the story of a young self-reliant girl called Ai, who one day, moves into the Animal Village. While working at Tom Nook’s shop “Nook’s Cranny” she begins living her life away from her family. To begin with, she doesn’t know left from right, but under the guidance of Mayor Tortimer, the angry but correct Mr. Resetti, and the wandering musician K.K. Slider among others, she is eventually accepted as a member of the village. One night as she walked along the beach, she finds a message in the bottle. It sets her off on a quest of planting pine trees around the village to fulfill a miracle on the eve of the Winter Festival.
“The Indian” is a touching drama about a negligent father who must face the son he abandoned years earlier, and the emotional wreckage he caused, in order to obtain a life-saving transplant. The father hires a beautiful young mechanic to help restore an old Indian motorbike and uses her and the restoration process to manipulate his troubled teenage son’s emotions. Complications arise when the father has difficulty maintaining the lie to both his son and himself.
On the orphanage Lykkebo Egon sits and wants a real family-a mother and a father like Kjell has. The rich couple Gyldenløwe picks out 5 boys they consider adopting, but with a little sabotage Egon himself get picked. Suddely Egon is the rich son with a swimming pool and a big house. What Egon don’t know is that Gyldenløwe has exchanged a million dollars for all the papers on Egon Olsen.
Respite that is needed to ponder over your relationships, respite to talk to their Near and dear ones, respite to hear the problems of their family and relatives, Respite to share their problems with their friends and well wishers. KSHANBHAR VISHRANTI is the story of four young couples sharing a strong band of friendship, a story about their dreams and aspirations, a story about the blossoming love between them. These four young couples are the representatives of today’s youth, who are hard working and will not leave any stone unturned in order to achieve their goals. Always ready to prove their mettle and with their ability to understand and support each other they manage to create a platform that helps them move ahead in life. A thought provoking film with a philosophy of its own, this is a sheer poetry on celluloid.
Britta must face her fears at her school’s Christmas pageant while Holly Boy, the spirit of the season, must battle the forces of evil. Britta is trying to save her school and Holly Boy the woods, but it’s more than that… It’s a fight for Christmas and what the season stands for.