In this Sundance Grand Jury prize winning film based on a true story, a young man resolves to be a better man on New Year's Eve but events take a tragic turn when he encounters police officers at the subway station.
Robert and Jenny become roommates and, after a year of living together, Robert has fallen in love with her. He cannot afford to stay in San Francisco, and he has three days to confess his feelings before he moves back to Rochester, N.Y.
Robert is in love with his roommate, Jenny, but lacks the courage to reveal his feelings to her. With a lame job and not enough income, he has no choice but to move back in with his parents on the east coast. Right when he's about to give up on love and his dream to become an artist, Robert meets Sarah, who over the course of his last day in the city, opens his mind to the world.
A bitter old hermit known around town as "Captain Crazy" reluctantly agrees to help a young orphan avoid the local bullies so long as he agrees to help him finish his half-built boat. The two gradually forge an unlikely bond, and the boat becomes their one chance to escape from the seaside village that harbors their troubles.
During the height of the social revolution, a young dancer searches for salvation when she chooses to leave the famed Paradise Club in San Francisco.
An embittered old mariner and an unwanted young orphan form an unlikely bond building a boat.
An intimate portrait of the celebrated yet controversial photographer Robert Mapplethorpe (Matt Smith) whose relationship with Patti Smith and other icons of '70s New York influenced his ambitious photos while he explored his emerging sexuality.
Roy Stitch was the best collector his Uncle Norman had ever seen, but when an unforgivable act is committed, Roy is pushed into the depths of depression, unable to perform on the job. Trapped in a world of brutality and deception, tormented by memories of the past, Roy must now choose between loyalty to his family or control of his own destiny.
Robert Mapplethorpe was one of the most celebrated and controversial artists of the 20th Century. Mapplethorpe, The Director's Cut features an all-new soundtrack and previously unseen footage of the artist's childhood, his embattled relationship with his father and the Church, and the nuances of his photo process and key relationships with Patti Smith and powerhouse art collector, Sam Wagstaff.