The Paradise Suite is a story about six people finding each other and, sometimes with just one glance, influencing each other's lives irreversibly. For the beautiful young Bulgarian Jenya, her journey to Amsterdam turns out to be the opposite of what she hoped for. Her grueling captivity forces the angelic African, Yaya, to fight for her freedom - a dangerous fight in which he loses everything but his beloved faith. The Serbian war criminal Ivica, who has just become a father, is painfully confronted with the fact that crimes will never go unpunished. Bosnian Seka has nothing left to live for except her vengeance but as it turns out, it's that same vengeance that brings love back in her life. And when the Swedish piano-wonder boy, Lukas, runs away from his new temporary home, his father Stig finally realizes that their mutual passion for music damages their relationship.
The Hedgehog Hotel offers a rare and magical glimpse into the mysterious moonlit world of one of our best loved, but little-known animals. Set in a garden paradise, designed to provide the perfect conditions for a group of rescued hedgehogs to thrive, the film follows a cast of prickly characters as they prepare for their return to the wild. We'll spy on Max’s noisy courtship and Spike's bristling battles. We'll peek inside Amber's cosy nest as she tends to her precious new-borns and watch some intrepid youngsters take their first steps outside. As the hotel’s cameras capture this compelling hedgehog soap opera they'll also reveal remarkable insights into its spiky residents.
Girls kept prisoner under appalling conditions to dig emeralds for an evil tyrant are rescued by revolutionaries disguised as soldiers.
Every day, Paul crosses the canal that separates downtown and the industrial part of Amsterdam, where he waits for a lover. Until the day when Paul meets Claire, and turns at the hotel "Paradise" …
Country-folk singer/songwriter Fred J. Eaglesmith was one of nine children born to a farming family in rural southern Ontario. Often employing his difficult upbringing as raw material for his heartland narratives, he issued his self-titled debut LP in 1980. He recorded infrequently throughout the remainder of the decade, releasing only two more albums, The Boy That Just Went Wrong and Indiana Road.