A comedy that pays tribute to the science fiction genre -- specifically, the sub-genre of time travel. But here the alternate reality is contemporary New York City where past and future experiences of trust, commitment and denial are cleverly put to the test. Just as Ruby is beginning to relish her first-ever healthy relationship, Sam begins muttering about being a time traveler from the year 2470.
In a small American coal town living in the shadow of a recent mining accident, the disappearance of a teenage boy draws three people together—a surviving miner, the lonely wife of a mine executive, and a local boy—in a web of secrets.
There are dysfunctional families... and then there are the Conways. After a family tragedy, 15-year-old Billy Conway has become the de facto glue between his bitter mom, distant brother, and stoic dad. But when Billy starts to act out, everything changes for him and his family
It's a peaceful day in a local city when suddenly, duck J.J. Fate appears to lecture us on how "fate" isn't to blame for accidents, people are! He uses Donald Duck as an example. Donald is extremely accident prone. He lights his pipe in a room with a gas leak, slips on a throw rug while carrying a fish bowl, overloads electrical outlets, and continually falls down the stairs. Finally, Donald has had enough and fixes his house guaranteeing no more accidents. That's good for Donald but the rest of the accident prone city still has to learn "not to blame fate for your carelessness".
Set in the summer months preceding the September 1939 outbreak of World War II in Polish part of Lithuania. A young highschool lad, Witek, is hoping to pass the entrance exams to the university. His love interest is Alina, his high-school colleague.
A married insurance claims adjuster investigates a gang of accident-fraud racketeers, but they retaliate by targeting his wife.
A research scientist discovers that his project is being secretly adapted for use by the military. When he objects, his co-workers start to die in mysterious accidents.
A father possum reads his kids a story that's an alphabet of the most dangerous animal of all: humans! Inspired by the Edward Gorey classic, a black-comedy for kids and parents alike.
The show called “101 Embarrassing Sexual Accidents” included animated depictions of a variety of rather odd situations that people had gotten themselves into. This was on a regular channel (UK channel 4) It's not pornographic in any way, there are only some funny cartoon animations to explain the accidents.
Accidents Waiting To Happen: The 12 Rods Story is a documentary made by James Francis Flynn about the seminal Minneapolis band 12 Rods. 12 Rods began auspiciously in Oxford, Ohio in 1992 and ended in Minneapolis in 2004. Their EP Gay? ('96) received a perfect rating from Pitchfork. From there, the band signed with V2 records, and made the albums Split Personalities ('98) and Separation Anxieties ('00), which was produced by Todd Rundgren. Accidents Waiting To Happen charts the band’s history, with candid interviews of band members, critics, fans, and others involved with the band, alongside never-before-seen archival material. Inspired by Martin Scorsese’s The Last Waltz, the film weaves 12 Rods’ history with footage from their January 2015 reunion show. Fans of Minneapolis’ 90s rock scene can’t miss this exciting documentary.
A fan, some brass-band music, a paper aeroplane and an open gas burner. An episode from Graham Young's series "Accidents in the Home".
Looks at various cases of people being badly injured or burned whilst attempting sex acts with various substances or implements, including vaccum cleaners and pipes, a hot melon, and concrete.
The scene takes place in front of a barrack, where a young soldier is on duty --most laughable and comical
Jimmy Jump gets rather wet.
Side by Side; Searching for a relationship that defines the states of belonging; The space in the middle. Questioning the power of the image… the image that guides us. The image that lies. “Something is of course always lost when we get to see only one side. It is for the exact same reason that one must have the courage to confess the pain of the coma-like contrast of life and cinema. In this scenario, somehow we must put it all together to see the big picture; While in the state of unconsciousness, we are stuck at the thin edge of a screen where two worlds, two countries, and two cities separate for the sake of it. I feel helpless standing in the middle. In this chain of accidents, in this battle of guns and bombs, in the pile of my notes, thoughts, and nostalgic memories of Texas and Tehran, the world lacks trust in common sense.”
Short film about accidents on war ships.
Mutt (the tall one) takes out a policy on Jeff hoping to cash in big. But, unfortunately for his big money plans, ACCIDENTS WON'T HAPPEN.
Swifty tries to con Shorty with an accident policy.
A comic one-act film about an insurance agent who has to sell an insurance policy to a reluctant client in order to win over the daughter of the insurance company’s boss.
Accidents Can Happen is a daytime BBC One programme produced by Twofour. Presented by Nadia Sawalha, Accidents Can Happen follows what happens when disaster strikes a home - from floods and fires to crashes and explosions. Nadia Sawalha meets families as they pick up the pieces and navigate the process of re-building their homes. The stories featured in the show include families caught up in the Carlisle Floods, a family business destroyed in the Boscastle disaster and people who have lost everything in horrific fires.