Set in a near-future, militarized world marked by closed borders, virtual labor and a global digital network that joins minds and experiences, three strangers risk their lives to connect with each other and break the barriers of technology.
After giving up a life of cocaine trafficking, Dan is offered a chance to achieve his dream : moving to Australia with his daughter. He accepts the deal and starts a downward spiral sucking him back into 24 hours of hell.
Can and his girlfriend, Jale, live with their young daughter, Meral, in a tough Turkish neighbourhood of Berlin and barely manage to scrape enough money together for their existence. Can is a small-time dealer and errand-boy for drug boss Hakan, who has to keep his customers supplied within his narrowly staked out territory. Jale, who works in the ware-house of a department store, has been pressing Can to give up this activity. Can, also fed up with his situation, sees a bright new beginning for himself and his family when Hakan offers him the prospective chance to run a bar on his very own. But Can has little control over the pressures that gradually begin to build up around him and soon finds himself floundering in quicksand.
In an impressive follow up to his debut film Forest, Benedek Fliegauf tells the uncompromising story of a day in the life of a drug dealer. His clients include the leader of a religious sect, a friend who needs a final fix, a former lover who has had his child, a student, and a black marketeer. Fliegauf's film recreates life in a city that resembles a ghost town, an alienated world with its own priorities and realities. It is, he says '. an imaginary city with a strongly spiritualist atmosphere. This necropolis is the film's real protagonist'.
Kelly is an easily scared blackjack dealer who gets a huge surprise from his roommate Trevor. Trevor is a drug dealer and can’t finish his rounds for the day. His boss a mysterious figure known only as X offers Kelly a plan – Deal or Die. This takes him to four separate drug deals over the course of a day and night in Las Vegas. Will Kelly survive?
A short film inspired and scored by the title track from Rival Dealer, Burial's 2013 EP for Hyperdub records. Unfolding over 12 minutes, "Dealer" trails a London drug dealer through a series of increasingly volatile encounters, playing off the dark soundscapes evoked in Burial's original track—from the sounds of a car swerving through caustic breakbeats to the reverb-drenched melancholy of its closing chords.
After giving up a life of cocaine trafficking, Dan vows to stay on the straight and narrow. But he's offered a one-time opportunity to achieve his life dream: moving to Australia with his daughter. He accepts the deal and starts a downward spiral sucking him back into 24 hours of hell where he has to save his daughter and survive by any means.
A heroin addict must choose between his addiction and his family.
An unscrupulous young car salesman thinks he's found a way to take over his philandering boss' dealership and close the deal with the boss' beautiful daughter, but there is a price to pay when lies overtake love.
A trio of desperate men are forced to participate in a nightmarish game of blackjack for their souls. The circumstances behind how these fellows wound up in purgatory are revealed in three individual segments: Two vicious hoodlums break into the basement dwelling of an old hermit who isn't nearly as harmless as he appears to be; an unscrupulous entertainment lawyer gets more than he bargained for when he decides to steal several songs from a deceased blues singer; and a young ex-con agrees to help a scuzzy drug dealer rob a pharmaceutical lab in order to save his girlfriend from the clutches of said dope pusher.
Agent Johnson is sent on a mission to defeat a villain.
In 1982, Steve Robinson fell off his motorbike in a crash. After waking up in the hospital, he realised he had lost his right arm. Having dedicated his life to his bike, what would he do now that he could no longer ride?
Venture into the murky waters of the illegal dolphin trade in International Wildlife Film Festival Merit Award winner The Dolphin Dealer. Five years in the making and featuring unprecedented footage of the illicit world of dolphin trading, it profiles Christopher Porter, who infamously perpetrated the largest capture and export of dolphins in history - an act he maintains was justified. Like Blackfish before it, The Dolphin Dealer is a haunting portrait of the ethics of the billion-dollar aquatic leisure industry.
The host of Mock the Week (BBC ONE), The Apprentice You’re Fired! (BBC TWO) and star of Three Men In A Boat (BBC TWO) returns this year with his funniest Live show to date, proving why Dara is regarded as one of the comedy greats by audiences and fellow comedians alike. The 'downright funny' Dara O Briain is at the peak of his career in this hilarious new show, making it a must-own for any discerning comedy fan.
Documentary about the influence Napoleon has had on the modern world.
In the annoyingly sparkly future-scape of Neo-Mega-Ultra Tokyo, reporter Holly Malone tracks a murderous urban legend. She discovers a chain of drug related killings leads down a super natural trail. A trail that ends with no average pill pusher. A comedy featuring a brutal blend of computer generated overkill, cartoon physics and stop-motion monsters.
A modern retelling of Chaucer's 'Pardoner's Tale.' Two hit men go on the search for Death and a mysterious boy helps them find him.
Hatred generated from an early age between on and Yusuf, ended the first rings migration on to Ukraine and Prison Joseph on his hands in Egypt, and in Ukraine set to allow wife to and Habiba Joseph preceding her newborn son, and works with drug dealers and run away with money to an unknown location, and Joseph travels to Turkey to work in the drug trade, even above the star and Ahlgreman meet again, to finish the story, one of them killed.
The movie is based on a true story about a repented gangster preaching the word of God and guiding his brotherhood to turn over a new leaf. Chen once was the leader of the famous gang "The 13 Tsz Wan Shan", he lost his family, lovers, brothers and finally ended up imprisoned for his drug abuse and trafficking. After jail, he devoted himself to save the lost fellows and was selected as "The JCI Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Young Persons". Being respected by the world, Chen is always asked to solve the most difficult situations between evil and good. People give him a nickname "The Fixer". However, there are two sides of a coin, Chen can work out any problem of others, but he does not know how to deal with his personal knot with his love, with whom he has had guilty conscience all his life. Can he fix it eventually?