A critically-acclaimed arthouse classic, Sue tells the story of one of the lonely souls inhabiting Manhattan during a cold New York winter. Played by Anna Thompson, Sue begins to despair after she loses her job and struggles to find companionship. Her tenuous grasp on reality further fluctuates when a man (Matthew Powers) whom she met in a restaurant and started an affair is called to go to India for an assignment. But when he is sent on a mission to India, her great descent begins, and her obsessive need for physical content becomes dangerous. Called by The New York Times "a wrenching portrait of a psychologically disordered woman", Sue won two major awards at the 1998 Berlin International Film Festival.
In this heart-warming drama, a terminally ill young girl strives to bring together her wealthy mother (Mary Tyler Moore) and a California politician (Dudley Moore), fulfilling her dream of having a family during the last six weeks of her life..
From Tribeca Film. A powerful performance from Paul Dano (LITTLE MISS SUNSHINE, THERE WILL BE BLOOD) as a burgeoning rock star wrestling with the prospect of losing custody of his young daughter. With Jon Heder (NAPOLEON DYNAMITE).
In search of excitement, Adele leaves behind her small town life and best friend Sara, and follows her dream to move to New York City. Adele, however quickly becomes completely overwhelmed by the new fast-paced lifestyle while Sara, stuck back home, finds herself strangely liberated.