The police set out to take down a gang of counterfeiters, using every tool they have including police dogs.
When Ali Dean went to prison, left behind two sons. Tariq (Sam Sarpong) trains to become a boxer, but his brother, Cesar (Dominic Daniel), ends up on the streets dealing drugs. And while Ali is about to be released, even he may not be able to save his wayward son. The deeper Cesar gets into crime, the more important Ali's need to be a father to him becomes.
The criminal tries to help his army CO to win the tender. But situation becomes dangerous when CO discovers the outgoing affair between his sister and criminal.
Two comedians borrow 500,000 Israeli pounds from an entrepreneur who launders the mafia money via his night club in order to produce a musical "Awaiting Godo".
Danny Breznitz, late 40s, a detective in the Tel Aviv Police, is hospitalized following a near-fatal car accident. His relationship with his sexy mistress, Eva, early 30s, is falling apart, and his obsession with her is pushing Eva even further away. Living in the same apartment with Ruthie, his wife, are the only remains of their childless marriage. Following convalescence, Breznitz is handed an insignificant case by his hostile superior which he considers beneath him. But when an unknown body is found in the woods, and nobody cares, Dani finds a cause he can believe in. He makes a tour-de-force of Israel's "low- life" – an Arab intellectual who wants to admit to a murder he has not committed, a prostitute turned hairdresser, a pimp who poses as a born-again Jew, a homosexual artist who was excommunicated by his parents. The journey becomes an obsession that threatens to kill him but Breznitz wouldn't stop until he reveals the shocking truth...
The intrigue kicks off with a cop being murdered and develops as a complex and smart game of manipulation where nothing and no one are what they seem.
Two German shepherds and their mistress (Grace Bradley) crash-land in Canada by a fox breeder's (Michael Whalen) farm.
Lithuania, 1947. The battle between Read Army and "Forest Brothers" continue...
Michele Placido plays Antonio, an Italian immigrant in New York who finds himself drawn into the Mob when his options are limited and his desire to make a new life for himself becomes increasingly difficult.
"The Rally" is a gritty drama which follows several families living in a town riddled with crime and corruption. As the local church works to bring positive change to the town, they are confronted at every turn by those that desire to keep the city in bondage...until today.
Young Anthony Pendrell plays the precocious son of Scotland Yard inspector Norman Shelley. Pendrell's efforts to emulate his father usually results in nothing but irritation for his elders. But when a boarding house becomes the headquarters for a criminal gang, it is Pendrell who cracks the case.
Two yakuza, one of whom frequently reflects on an uncomfortable past taking advantage of Korean women, meet a stowaway on Japanese soil from across the Genkai Sea.
A neo-noir tale of a man who seeks out an old friend, only to succumb to the will of a beautiful, mysterious woman.
When two Hong Kong buddies become rivals for the same woman, their friendship ends, and they join rival tong gangs. Later, a tong boss cleverly conspires to use a motion picture company to cover illegal drug trafficking: Actresses are sent to Amsterdam for film roles not realizing that they carry cocaine shipments. Once in Holland, the actresses are sold into prostitution. Soon the faux film company shanghais the woman who put the two friends at odds. To save their beautiful damsel, the two ex-buddies must join forces and go on the offense. Written by Neva Friedenn
TV miniseries of two episodes. Carla (Lucía Ramos), Sara (Paloma Bloyd) and Adriana (Aura Garrido) enjoy a birthday party without knowing it, hidden in a nearby pine forest, a mysterious young man with binoculars observes everything that happens during the evening, especially the making the three girls, who end up away from the group into the forest. Kidnapped by a dangerous international organization composed of unscrupulous men and veterans of the war in the Balkans linked to a prostitution ring, the three young girls will live the worst nightmare of his life.
A traumatized Vietnam veteran goes on a killing spree, targeting the men with whom he served in the army.
Jason Priestley stars as Peter Radwell, a big-city lawyer dispatched up north to take on the case of an Inuit man (Natar Ungalaaq) accused of murder. With the help of psychiatrist Dr. Macy Olsen (Kristin Booth), Radwell discovers his client is part of a shadowy world of rituals and superstitions that may explain the murders. Andrew Currie's suspenseful made-for-TV thriller is based in part on real-life events