Hoffa's name is synonymous with corruption thanks to Bobby Kennedy's campaign against him, but the truth is much more complex. Hoffa's glory years coincided with the golden age of the Union movement and the American economy; he also was enmeshed in the Machiavellian world of organized crime. "Killing Jimmy Hoffa" tells the whole story for the first time, using exclusive interviews, never before seen news footage and photographs, and revealing the real story of the day he died.
His mother, Mary Ann, refuses to name his real father, fueling Ian's desire to stay and work things out, while his best friend, Daniel, continues to lead him down a violent path.
Together, the boys sell drugs to make money until their dealer, Maxine, offers an easier way to get rich quick so they escape their troubled family lives...
While struggling to coexist as unwelcome house guests, Michael is forced to deal with the Don's son's withdrawal in hiding. A man more comfortable solving problems with force, Michael must keep the peace in this temporary safe house while the family's ruthless enemies race to hunt them down.
Kesu falls in love with an American girl Sapna who has come to Bihar to research on Madhubani Paintings and to pursue her studies as she ventures into dangerous areas. The odds are heavily against Kesu - Sapna’s protective, rich upper caste uncle and his own temperamental father, and the social distance. But Kesu is irreversibly and irrevocably in love and is determined to find out what is love?
Aided by his friends, he tries to explore this romance and then when it seems to them that things might just click; Sapna’s American boyfriend comes visiting.
The story takes a twist as Sapna is kidnapped and Kesu and Sapna’s boyfriend go looking for her. But Kesu realizes the wisdom of the ancients - In love, the stream flows backward - the one who stakes all and loses is the winner - Jo Dooba So Paar. It's love in Bihar!