Glasgow, May bank holiday Friday. After closing a big deal, young London businessman Charlie Grant puts his credit cards, and his briefcase in the trunk of his car. In celebration he gets wildly drunk. In the morning, he wakes up on a girl's sofa, then discovers that his car has been towed away to the city pound.
The Wright sisters have made a solemn pact never to let a man stop them from achieving their dreams, but that's easier said than done! Diane's (Nadine Ellis) new interior design business leaves no room for her husband and their dreams a having a baby. A shot at fame for solid gold diva Miki (Kiki Haynes) may have her new boyfriend, Jeremy, walking off stage. And heartbreak won't stop Sky (Kelly Jenerette) from becoming an author, but she just might be writing love out of her life for good. Also starring D.B. Woodside, Carl Payne, Brad James and Ronreaco Lee, this story of three strong women walks the path between following your passion and learning to Love the One You're With.
Al is caught between his loyalty to the police force and his love for his brother in a tense setting. It seems that his brother, Rudy, was involved in a mob hit that could potentially start a gang war. Tony C., a local mob boss and childhood acquaintance of Al, hires him to find out who was involved in the hit. Al must find his brother and make some decisions.
A rapid and whirling, musically arranged cascade of stunning visuals from the gone epoch. Rejected from the USSR Union of Composers, poet-songwriter Eugene Shikunov travels through towns and villages, offering businesses variations on the same 'production anthem' – songs meant to glorify the heroic daily labour of their employees. Rare instance of an absurd documentary-comedy.