Oregon, 1851. Hermann Kermit Warm, a chemist and aspiring gold prospector, keeps a profitable secret that the Commodore wants to know, so he sends the Sisters brothers, two notorious assassins, to capture him on his way to California.
After the death of her husband, Mrs Toda and her youngest daughter receive a frosty welcome from the extended family.
The Democratic People's Republic of Korea is a country with a very strong social cohesion and the unprecedented admiration of the people for their leader, which is absolutely unique and incomprehensible especially from a Western point of view. The native Korean director Sung-Hyung Cho tries to understand this by accompanying several Koreans from different backgrounds in their daily lives. The film shows the country and its people in a way, as it is rarely done in Western media, non-judgmental and respectful towards the people.
This video is designed to help brothers and sisters understand and support siblings on the autism spectrum. It contains three segments for children of different age ranges (4-7, 7-12, and 12 to adult.) It also includes a fourth segment designed for parents. The program features interviews with children who share the "best practices" they've learned to use with siblings.
The young stars of The Secret Life of... return, and they've brought their younger siblings along for a camping holiday.