In China, during the Ming Dynasty, Gu works as a painter and leads a quiet life with her mother. Until she meets a mysterious young woman, the daughter of a murdered policeman, who’s looked for by some agents that intend to eradicate all traces of her family.
An office worker decides to rip off the company he works for in order to enjoy the hidden money after doing time in prison. But his family’s suffering and his distrust for his brother lead him to plan an escape.
In a villa that was once luxurious and is now in ruins lives an almost isolated bourgeois family formed by a blind mother and her four mentally disturbed children. One of them, Alessandro, gets to the point of planning on murdering the entire family.
In the midst of the Ming Dynasty, Yu Qian is murdered by Cao, the Emperor’s Eunuch. Yu’s sons are sentenced to exile, but as they approach the Empire’s west border, Cao sends two of his best agents from the secret police to murder them.
The ‘80s wouldn’t have been the same without this high-school fable that talked about social differences. Molly Ringwald completes her transformation into a pop icon by playing Andie, a middle-class girl in love with a rich boy.
A music contest will take place at the Shibazaki high school, and the members of a band decide to ask Son, a Korean exchange student, to be the lead singer. The problem is Son barely speaks Japanese, and she only has three days to learn the songs.
One night, Hashem finds a kid in the back seat of his taxi. The driver and his girlfriend try to take care of the unwanted kid, but the man insists in getting rid of him as Taji thinks he has to stay with them.