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).