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A movie based on characters from William J. Caunitz's novel "One Police Plaza" (which was a CBS telefilm in 1986), about a bizarre murder which taxes routine police procedures.
After egomaniacal movie director Chris Neville kills a beautiful starlet, he decides to make the murder the plot of his next film project. Then Neville attempts to change the course of the investigation and conceal his guilt by getting the homicide detectives to be consultants on the movie.
The Humphrey Bogart story from the early '30s until his death, covering the period as a struggling young actor through movie stardom and his marriages to Mayo Methot (the third Mrs. Bogart) and Lauren Bacall. Academy Award-winning writer Daniel Taradash, who co-wrote the screenplay to Bogart's "Knoc
After a long time of bad luck, the little criminal Tony and his gang successfully rob one of Brink's security transport, taking $30,000. Surprisingly their coup doesn't make the press. Curious Tony checks out their headquarters and finds out that their security standard is low beyond belief. Now a really big coup is prepared...
Dramatization of the controversial best-seller that posits an alternate version of the birth of Christianity. In this version, Jesus planned for His crucifixion by taking a drug that would simulate death. After His unconscious body was placed in the tomb, a religious sect known as the Zealots would secretly steal Christ's body from the tomb, then spread the rumor that He had risen, thus fulfilling Biblical prophecy.
A woman has bizarre experiences after moving into a supposedly haunted country farmhouse.
A cocky psychiatrist with obsessive voyeuristic tendencies rents an aprartment under an assumed name in which he installs surveillance cameras to record every intimate detail of his life and, in particular, his sexual conquests.
A documentary concerning the production of Czechoslavakian President Vaclav Havel's play, "Audience," publicly performed in his country for the first time. Includes excerpts of performances in Prague both by American and Czech casts. Also features interviews with Havel's family and friends.
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