A gay graduate student (Richard Ryder) making a documentary film about child abuse befriends an abused teenager (Raphael Sbarge), and the two become lovers.
After a brain hemorrhage, Maud, a filmmaker, wakes up one morning in a half-dead body that has left her hemiplegic and facing inevitable solitude. Bedridden but determined to pursue her latest film project, she discovers Vilko, a con man who swindles celebrities, on a TV talk show. He is arrogant, magnetic and mesmerizing. Maud wants him for her new film. They meet. He sticks around. He swindles her, too, borrowing astronomical sums of money. He takes everything but gives her joy, a family. This film tells the story of the abuse of weakness to which Maud falls victim.
A young widow (Keiko Kaja) becomes an SM call girl to pay off the debts accumulated by her yakuza husband. She's a depressed woman, merely going through the motions of existence, subjected to every cruel whim concocted by her clients. She's dedicated to the misery - even finding comfort in it - stumbling through life like a zombie.
Beth Thomas is a six year old girl suffering from reactive attachment disorder as a result of being sexually abused as a child. This documentary consists of interviews with Beth, followed by her treatment and partial recovery at a special center for kids.
A police officer tries to discover the murderer of his brother, who was a pianist and a morphine. As a member of the Drug Enforcement Department, he tries to identify the head of a drug dealer gang. His unorthodox way of acting upsets his superiors, even though they allow him to continue his investigations. When the gang discovers that he is a police officer, he makes him a drug addict, but he manages to detoxify and eventually capture the gang's brain.
Jerry Sadowitz, the man who claims to hate everything, performs live in concert with his magic tricks and offensive humour.
An animated Disney short about the dangers of alcohol.
The dangers of drug use by teenagers are illustrated by showing how well-dressed, happy teens are turned into slovenly, long-haired, drug-addled potheads who don't know that, according to the film's drug expert, “in high dosages, it [marijuana] parallels LSD.”
Public Information Film on the dangers of solvent abuse.
The film begins as a personal journey of filmmaker, Mary Healey, who was also a Catholic. She films a series of historic events where we meet key players involved in the sexual abuse scandal, including victims, whistle-blower priests and a senior ranking US Cardinal who is called upon by the Vatican to control a waxing maelstrom.
Every day, clinicians from Loma Linda University Children's Hospital examine kids who have injuries that may indicate abuse. The sheer number of children coming through their doors motivated these nurses and child psychologists to commission a video that would explore the issue of child abuse -- and how to stop it.
Through interviews with survivors of sexual abuse, parents, social workers, community activists, and abusers thmselves, this piece explores the feelings and experiences of sexually abused children and their families.
Bugs Bunny is too sound a sleeper to notice that a rainstorm has flooded his rabbit hole and sent his mattress floating downstream toward the castle of an evil scientist who needs a brain for his mechanical monster. Bugs tries to escape and save his brain from the clutches of Rudolph, the scientist's giant orange monster.
Chronicling the struggles of adult survivors of child sex abuse to seek justice against their abusers, Pursuit of Truth shines a bright light on the legal system’s shocking suppression of survivors’ right to establish the truth behind their abuse. The film removes the blindfolds to expose the shameful secret that despite the epidemic of childhood sex abuse in this county, our justice system too often obstructs survivors and permits their abusers to escape unscathed. The film centers on the plight of survivors who have sought legal redress against their abusers and the story is told in large part from the survivors’ perspectives. In their own words, the survivors describe in moving and explicit terms their personal journeys to obtain justice and the obstacles that blocked their paths. The film also features interviews with experts in the litigation of child sex abuse cases who collectively weigh in on the fundamental flaws in the system and recommend needed reforms.
Based on the short story by Richard Christian Matheson
Popeye and Bluto battle over Olive in an amusement park/carnival. First, Bluto breaks a couple of strength-testing devices, but Popeye still manages to one-better him. Then, Popeye and Olive go in the Tunnel of Love. Popeye and Bluto trade places in the boat and swimming behind, but eventually the two of them end up in the boat with Olive behind.
Interviews with victims of sexual abuse, including some offences committed by the disk jockey and TV host Sir Jimmy Savile, talk about their long struggle to be heard and believed.
It is at once an epic story of survival, hope, and humble aspirations, of triumph, defeat, and rebirth. The face of immigration is revealed through the gripping personal stories of the individuals, the families, and the town that survived the most brutal, most expensive, and the largest immigration raid in the history of the United States.
Lydia (Danielle Darrieux) is a student, poor and orphaned, who pretends to be the daughter of a famous writer.
Famous crime story writer puzzles police investigator when all the women he gets involved with get murdered.
Brainiac: Science Abuse is a British reality show that aired on Sky One from 13 November 2003 to 30 March 2008. During each episode of the show, numerous experiments are carried out to verify whether common conceptions are true or simply to create impressive explosions. The show centres on the three core branches of science for the key stages in British education: chemistry, physics and to a lesser extent, biology. The experimenters on the show are referred to as "Brainiacs", and each episode usually finishes with the destruction of a caravan. The show is produced by Granada Productions and is broadcast in Ireland and the United Kingdom on Sky Digital. The original presenters were Richard Hammond and Jon Tickle, then joined in the second series by Charlotte Hudson. Hammond left after the fourth, and was replaced by Vic Reeves and Hudson left after the fifth, and was replaced by Thaila Zucchi. In July 2008, after the sixth series had finished, Sky announced they had cancelled the show due to the sixth series' low ratings.
Examining the twisted and true stories of people in positions of power and prominence taking advantage of their authority to commit heinous acts of crime, all stemming from their control and unyielding power.
A fast-paced eye-popping journey into days gone by from the people behind the hugely popular Brainiac: Science Abuse series.