The Man Who Knew Too MuchMay 16, 1956
A widescreen, Technicolor remake by Hitchcock of his 1934 film of the same title. A couple vacationing in Morocco with their young son accidentally stumble upon an assassination plot. When the child is kidnapped to ensure their silence, they have to take matters into their own hands to save him.
I've Loved You So LongMarch 19, 2008
A woman struggles to interact with her family and find her place in society after spending fifteen years in prison.
Captain BloodDecember 26, 1935
Dr. Peter Blood, unjustly convicted of treason and exiled from England, becomes a notorious pirate.
UnrestOctober 20, 2017
When Harvard PhD student Jennifer Brea is struck down at 28 by a fever that leaves her bedridden, doctors tell her it’s "all in her head." Determined to live, she sets out on a virtual journey to document her story—and four other families' stories—fighting a disease medicine forgot.
The Cabinet of CaligariMay 25, 1962
A delirious young woman (Glynis Johns) feels trapped in a remote mansion at the mercy of a madman (Dan O'Herlihy).
That Is the DawnMay 9, 1956
In a small town in southern France, on the seafront and not far from Italy, Dr. Valerio is working to heal the poor. His young wife, could no longer stand the place, encouraged him to go and settle in Nice but the doctor does not want to leave before having found a replacement. Valerio was particularly friendly with Sandro, an agricultural worker who maintains the trees belonging to Gorzone, wealthy industrialist and major employer in the city. Sandro, disturbed by the serious illness of his wife, is struggling to fulfill its functions. During an absence of his wife, Dr. Valerio meets Clara, a young Italian, and falls for her. The drama erupts when Gorzone dismisses Sandro ...
Death of an AngelJanuary 1, 1952
The angel of the title is Jane Baxter, the wife of country physician Patrick Barr. Everybody in the small British village where she lives thinks the world of Baxter; thus, when she is murdered, the authorities are out for blood. Dr. Barr seems above suspicion, at least until he begins behaving eccentrically. As time passes, most everyone learns that Baxter wasn't quite as angelic as she seemed-and that quite a few people might have wanted her dead.
Soledad's ShawlNovember 13, 1952
In the lobby of the hospital of the City of Mexico, Dr. Alberto Robles receives a letter from his friend Juan the priest of Santa Cruz. In the text, the priest tells him that they both lived before his departure, and the reason why Alberto decided to leave the town where he struggled against gullibility and ignorance of the people towards their science and against David, chieftain who abused his power by invading land, such as a farmer Roque Suazo, who leaves the town after the death of his mother for being staffed by a healer instead of a doctor. Later, Roque returns to fight their land and falls in love with Soledad, a peasant who is in love with Alberto. Soledad pregnant from rape and dies during childbirth, so Alberto decides to go to the city.
The Garden of TormentOctober 5, 1976
The story of a Antoine, a physician who, in 1888, was exiled to China due to his drug habit.
Murder Commited in a Sly and Cruel Manner and from Low MotivesDecember 23, 1969
An eminent Belgrade physician is found murdered. The investigation reveals dark side of his character - illegal abortions and abuse of his wife. The wife's lover becomes the prime suspect. The newspaper reporter, however, starts his own investigation. Besides being a crime story, this movie in quasi-documentary fashion presents alternative cultural scene of Belgrade in late sixties.
The First KissAugust 17, 1928
The Talbots, formerly one of the Eastern Shore's first families, have gone to seed: Pap is a drunk, soddenly decaying in his ruined ancestral home, and three of his sons (William, Carol, and Ezra) are lazy, shiftless young men. Mulligan, Pap's second son who supports the entire family by oyster fishing, falls in love with wealthy Anna Lee, but when he first kisses her, she calls him "white trash."