Lyuba Kruzhkina lives in the village and has a son. The failure in his personal life made her decide to live alone. There is also a suitor, a village teacher Gennadiy Ivanovich. He offers Lyuba marry him, but her mind was not in this too intelligent for these places man. But fate, as usual, in the most unexpected moment presents a surprise: in strange circumstances in the life of Lyuba suddenly appears a cute stranger.
Produced at the height of the black power movement in the early ‘70s, Lord Thing is an insider history into the genesis and transformation of the Conservative Vice Lords gang, one of Chicago's oldest street gangs. Partially shaped and told by by CVL members who also appear in the film, Lord Thing is a unique and powerful tool that expresses an effort in self-transformation during a volatile and violent time in US race history. Gritty and rhythmic, this unusual film reflects an under-told chapter in gang history as members from the West Side neighborhood of North Lawndale try to become viable and political agents in their community. (Chicago Film Archives)
At a Colorado ski resort, a jealous man's paranoia results in murder.
A pair of cops are following a lawyer who has information on a mobster. He's killed and his wife has to help the cops catch the bad guy.
Angelo, a drug-pushing gang leader, has a hidden basement room called The Red Room where he keeps women for prostitution. A motivational speaker named Hunt hires one of Angelo's hookers and ends up in deep shit. When someone seeks revenge against Angelo, bullets whiz, roundhouse kicks fly, and Hunt uses his powers of motivation to rally Angelo's prostitutes into a gang war.
Espionage thriller about a married couple caught in the middle of dueling spy organisations.
An ex-con goes on a rampage of vengeance.
A thriller directed by Sigi Rothemund.