Tagged: year: 2010

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TiMER (American Film)

TiMER is an unusual romantic dramedy that mixes in a little sci-fi. In an alternate universe, they’ve created a biotechnological clock that you attach to your wrist that will activate and countdown to the day you will meet your soulmate.

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Conviction (2010)

Conviction tells the true story of Kenny Waters, a man wrongfully convicted for the murder of a woman. With the help of his sister Betty Anne, who gives up almost everything in her life to get into law school to become a lawyer.

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Of Gods and Men Trailer with English Subtitles

Of Gods and Men (Des Hommes et des Dieux) is a French drama centering on the monastery of Tibhirine, where Trappist monks lived in harmony with the largely Muslim population of Algeria, until seven of them were beheaded in a still unclear incident in 1996.

Mothers’ Way, Daughters’ Choice Trailer 0

Mothers’ Way, Daughters’ Choice Trailer

Directed by Kyoko Gasha, Mothers’ Way, Daughters’ Choice chronicles the lives of different successful Japanese women that had to leave Japan for New York to live their lives the way they wanted to, as they struggle to reconcile their traditional upbringing and their desires for unique lives.

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Love & Other Drugs

Love & Other Drugs is a romantic dramedy about a guy called Jamie who, despite his smarts, decides to go through life hopping from salesman job to salesman job, while also jumping from bed to bed… until he meets Maggie.

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Women Play Twice

Onna-tachi wa Nido Asobu, or Women Play Twice, is the film cut from the BeeTV Mobile drama about five different women entwined by a writer with little imagination.

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Mother (Jdrama)

Mother is an 11-episode Japanese drama that deals with various issues such as child adoption, foster parents, parent abuse, and the more taboo subject of the spousal abuse.

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Somewhere (2010)

Somewhere tells the story of a worldwide Hollywood superstar named Johnny Marco, who’s wasting away at the Chateau Marmont as he makes time for his next gig and lives in his routine.