Cynthia is a horror film about the 'perfect' couple and their desperate obsession to have a child which descends into a terrifying dark comedy.
Sheltered by her parents, a small-town teenager finally goes out on a date.
Cynthia is the story about a man in purgatory who's soul is being condemned to hell by his murdered girlfriend under the gaze of the devil who eagerly awaits.
Enjoy a soulful evening of song from one of Broadway’s brightest stars. Seamlessly making the transition from the stage to the big screen, British-born Cynthia Erivo won the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical for her performance in The Color Purple before starring in several films, including Steve McQueen’s Widows.
A 29-year old aspiring composer—still single and without any romantic prospects—vows to both marry and write a hit musical before he turns 30. Director Joseph McGrath's 1968 British comedy stars Dudley Moore, Suzy Kendall, Eddie Foy Jr. and Patricia Routledge.
The Dreams of Cynthia chases the inner life of its primary protagonist, who is at once imagined as a literary character, a measure of time, a form of experience, and a landscape. She also bears witness to the lives of two people: an executioner and a trans woman whose lives are intertwined within a small town in North India.
Via BaronBl00d at the IMDb: "...this film [is] about a woman who leaves her film career in Rome(no longer wanted) and comes to stay with her sister who married a millionaire. While there she devises a plan for her brother-in-law's brother and servant to have sex with her sister after being drugged with a an aphrodisiac in the hopes that her brother-in-law will divorce her sister and marry her. Whew! Some plot."
Schoolgirl Hikari has two loves: rhythmic gymnastics and Ohishi, a schoolmate who is one of the best gymnasts in his league. Natsukawa, Hikari's childhood friend, plays in a band called Mr.D. Over the years, he has come to love Hikari very deeply. Will Hikari gain Ohishi's love? Or will Natsukawa win her over?