Based on Chetan Bhagat's bestselling novel "The 3 Mistakes of My Life", Kai Po Che (meaning a triumphant yell in Gujarati) is an unforgettable ode to friendship and the magical moments one shares with one's closest pals – celebrating festivals, drunken dancing, watching cricket matches together, strategizing on how to catch the attention of the cute neighborhood girl, being there to watch each other's back in troubled times and to celebrate one's successes by screaming "Kai Po Che"!
In the aftermath of 2014's Umbrella Revolution, five Hong Kong activists are confronted with the question of what it means to be Hong Kongers.
The film is about two brothers, who lose their mother at a very young age. The elder one, Kai turns a goon in order to earn a living and to take care of his brother.
Drama about the difficult relationship between a former wrestler, his wife and their adopted children.
A small German village in the south of Brandenburg is preparing for a traditional youth ceremony. Children become adults, which is a cause worth celebrating. The young Kai lives with his father on a farm. They have invited guests for the festive meal planned for the following day. Everything has been arranged and the calf is ready for slaughter. But Kai's father does not want to slaughter or celebrate, he wants his peace. Driven by the fear that everything could go wrong, Kai races through the sleepy village. The afternoon leads him to Lea, a local girl. With her, time takes on a different pace. KAI captures a formative moment in life, where a boy tries to find a way out. From a village, from a family situation and from his own anxieties.
A milkman has his shop at the affluent Athenian neighborhood of Kolonaki and is in love with an aristocratic girl.
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Kai Veesamma Kai Veesu is a 1989 Tamil-language Indian feature film directed by Vinodh, starring Radhika and Nirosha in lead roles.
One sleeps by day, the other by night, as the city around them expands in all directions.
Developer Ms. Cheung (Carol 'Do Do' Cheng) yearns for a quieter life in Hong Kong and moves to the countryside, getting herself caught in a showdown between a gang of jewel thieves and two police officers along the way. While Ms. Cheung survives the ordeal, the thieves' injured getaway driver (Siu-Chun To) sneaks into Cheung's moving van and escapes to the countryside, into Cheung's new home. As Cheung settles down into her new environment, she befriends Pak-Lam (Pak Lam Cheng), a skillful and inquisitive little boy who lives in the village. While Pak-Lam helps Cheung tend to her house, he encounters the injured thief. After a brief exchange, Pak-Lam realizes the thief has a harmless and non-aggressive attitude and decides to shelter him in his secret makeshift hideout, not knowing his new friend has in his possession a bag of stolen jewels, in which both the police and the gangsters are searching for.
Karutha Kai is a 1964 Indian Malayalam film, directed by M. Krishnan Nair and produced by P Subramaniam. The film stars Prem Nazir, Sheela, Adoor Bhasi and Thikkurissi Sukumaran Nair in lead roles. The film had musical score and songs composed by MS Baburaj. The film was remade in Telugu as Loguttu Perumallakeruka.
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Listen to the fragile sounds in this experimental film. Taki, Toto, and Hajime go to a private school where drugs have taken over their lives. They began experimenting with curiosity but soon find themselves in an inescapable trap. After an accident at school and a trip to the hospital, the three friends find themselves at a crossroads.
The Clearchos order to escape the unbearable and domineering wife Marina and found a lively geitonisa of Iro, will invoke the alleged suspicions that the Mahos groom, husband of their daughter Rhea has a mistress and will follow up the Fthiotida, where do you go to spas for a sore arm ...
Set in the Shoryaku and Chotoku eras of Japan's Heian period, the animated short Kai Doh Maru is set against a background of a capital under threat from disease, outlaws, and political plots. The story reworks themes from Japanese folklore, focusing on the relationship between Sakata no Kintoki (Kintarō) and Minamoto no Raikō, one of the first military Minamoto and "monster hunter" of folklore. The story replaces the traditional image of Kintaro - a strong, ruddy-cheeked man - with that of a determined, tomboyish girl, while retaining much of the traditional character such as the carrying of an axe. Other historical figures from the period who have also become objects of folklore, such as Fujiwara no Michinaga and the rebel Taira no Masakado also make an appearance.
The mini budget psycho drama, somewhat based on true story, follows a bunch of adorable high school girls whose casual pastime includes throwing small animals in the air – and not catching them on the way down. The leader of the sweethearts is Mizuki (Kaori Kobayashi), who loses whatever traces of sense she might have possessed when her teacher turns up knocked up! The girls form a “miscarriage club” to kill the unborn baby in order to show the insolent adult who calls the shots.
This Karate Kid sequel series picks up 30 years after the events of the 1984 All Valley Karate Tournament and finds Johnny Lawrence on the hunt for redemption by reopening the infamous Cobra Kai karate dojo. This reignites his old rivalry with the successful Daniel LaRusso, who has been working to maintain the balance in his life without mentor Mr. Miyagi.