Based on a true story, during World War II, four Jewish brothers escape their Nazi-occupied homeland of West Belarus in Poland and join the Soviet partisans to combat the Nazis. The brothers begin the rescue of roughly 1,200 Jews still trapped in the ghettos of Poland.
Tommy takes up temporary housing in a New York neighborhood plagued by a violent gang called the Souls. Tommy is waiting for his next assignment as a seaman and though he tries to avoid the gang and his neighbors, it does not work. Soon he is battling the Souls and not only changing their attitudes, but the attitudes of his previously intimidated neighbors as well.
While under house arrest, stockbroker Peter Allen's (Derek Phillips) world is turned upside down after Alex (Josh Crotty), his troubled brother, returns from military duty in Afghanistan, forcing Peter to face a forgotten past harboring a dark secret.
Based on the true story of Evelyn Ryan, a midwestern housewife who managed to rescue her family from debt by entering contests for ad slogans sponsored by consumer product companies.
It's just after the Civil War and Ben Shelby arrives looking for Johnny Tallon whom he plans to kill. Shelby was the only survivor of a battle due to the cowardice of Tallon. Thinking Tallon dead, another man who lost a brother at the same battle arrives to kill Tallon's blind brother. Tallon arrives to find Shelby and his brother fleeing. Then they are attacked by Indians and Shelby and Tallon must now fight together postponing the inevitable showdown. - Written by Maurice VanAuken
A woman is deserted by her wealthy young lover.
A man sacrifices everything when a bounty is put on his brother's head.
A sequel to Mormon film He's Not My Companion shows missionaries innocently breaking mission rules to illustrate good and bad consequences.
The U.S. Army orders a small band of Indians to move their camp out of U.S. territory, an order that Sergeant Stewart explains to the Indian chief, Dark Buffalo. The chief rejects the order with an arrow of defiance, the signal of war.
A five-part minisodes , each approximately 5 minutes long, connects the first and second seasons while Nolan (Grant Bowler) searches for Irisa (Stephanie Leonidas).
The adventures of teenagers Malcolm Scott and Phillip Harrison as they improve on Einstein's Theory of Relativity, and save the world.
After the Spanish Civil War breaks out, the Prado Museum is being evacuated. One of the guards finds a painting by the master, Goya, and takes it to prevent damage to the work of art. In the interim, he meets a young lady with whom he falls in love. Assisted by her and her family members, the soldier attempts to save Goya's masterpiece intact amidst the war and violence.
A teacher is so hard on his students that he faces a warning by the school principal. In order to at least improve the strained relationship with his own son, he turns to a priest for advice.
Apartheid is rampant in South Africa, 1963. When ten men are arrested on a farm in Rivonia for conspiring to commit sabotage and violent acts against the repressive S. African government, tenacious lawyer Bram Fisher steps up to the challenge as lead counsel. He soon finds that political leader Nelson Mandela is also on trial. Mandela urges his fellow defendants to plead not guilty and shine light on the systemic corruption against the African people. As the outcome of the trial looks bleak, Mandela gives his famous "I'm Prepared to Die" speech, discussing how the ANC's resistance is justified. But will Mandela's impassioned speech save these men's lives?
In the turbulence of Auckland, Ska (Hunter) is a streetwise 19 year old, whose father is a drunkard and whose older sister works at a high-class massage parlour. When he decide to “rescue” her, he is thrown out. With some friends, he take revenge by trashing the place, but the reply results in Ska's best friend being killed. The massage parlour boss is also a crooked concert promoter, so Ska, and his gang, “hijack” a concert which incites the audience to riot.