Andrew has his life shaken up, when he gets an unexpected surprise at home. A man whom thought his life was on track, now has to deal with a situation that he is not that knowledgeable in, and uncomfortable. Through the help from an unexpected person, Andrew gets to see things from a different perspective, and takes on a role, to fully understand what has happened.
Some mysterious events are the talk of the town. Amongst these strange incidents there is an introvert, soft hearted guy Romeo; he is a kind and compassionate being. He has no family but an aunt Nice who cares for him like a mother. Romeo is happy being single until one day he meets Layla, a passionate social worker who makes Romeo experience love. Will Romeo fall or rise ?
2 friends catchup to play Video games but one of them is a Clepto.
Emmy Award Winning Editor Krysia Carter Giez & Directors Stefano Da Frè & Laura Pellegrini, two filmmakers who recently had their previous documentary "The Girl Who Cannot Speak" win the 'Coup de Coeur' at the Cannes Film Festival have created a new political documentary on Youth Activism. This is a political documentary that joining forces with Activist Jeremy Ornstein to document a new voice in America's youth movement. Stefano & Laura invite five prominent activists to New York City. Each activist has a unique, diverse, personal connection to recent national events such as the school shootings in Parkland, Florida to Black Lives Matter in America to the Green New Deal.
A young man finds his way within the unlikely environment of a hotdog cart. Seduced by the camaraderie around the cart and especially by the charismatic, energetic and poetic vendor our young man slowly begins to see a path for his life. "The Lesser Road" is the story of the decisions taken in order to make one's own path, the decisions, concious or not, to find one's unique voice, and of the help and inspiration that nudges us to what we call home. The video also examines the nature of creativity, the stereotype of the genius and of the many ways that an 'original' idea can take shape.
A confrontation between two good friends leads to a mishap, but who is to blame?
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