When his mother dies, a teenage boy runs away from home to escape his overbearing father. After a series of misadventures in the English countryside, he meets a girl who helps him face his grief and come to terms with his dad.
An aspiring actress develops a crush on a mean-spirited director and has her first sexual encounter with an older actor. A look at theatre life after the curtain closes.
Lexington, KY Mayor, Jim Newberry, recently made the statement that some people live their lives and nobody notices...their lives don't matter much. This offended the little known brother of the Easter Bunny, Fred E. Bunney.
Fred E. Bunney heard that the mayoral candidates would be debating at the Clear Channel radio station on Leland Conway's show. The already upset hare, Mr. Bunney, decided to confront Mayor Newberry there at the radio station.
Mayor Newberry had a change of heart and said that Fred's life mattered. However, Fred wanted the mayor to investigate the murder of a woman in 1999 possibly done by police officers. She was the subject when Mayor Newberry said...some people live their lives and nobody notices...their lives don't matter much. Mayor Newberry assured that he would 'try' to watch the 4 minute video after nine months of knowing about it and the issue being in the local news.
Teresa Isaac, Jim Gray and Skip Horine all talk with Fred E. Bunney and give their take on the worthiness of each of our lives.
At the end of the video Dave Wilson asks if a janitor, like himself, is a worthy life. 'The Lab Named Lloyd' (His stage name) also asked whether his life was a worthy one in Mayor Newberry's eyes.
This video is done as a comedy and political satire however the issue raised is valid and one we should all be aware of as we meet people from all walks of life and all wealth backgrounds whom are EQUAL to us in every way.
Copyright Monkey Press 2010
Photographers: Brandon Hignite/Christopher Hignite
Produced and edited by: Christopher Hignite
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Five-time Academy Award-nominee Albert Finney ("Traffic," "Erin Brockovitch") stars in this moving Irish love story about a bullying widowed cop and his fed-up son who runs away and finds love in the arms of a woman from Northern Ireland. Things become more complicated when the woman becomes pregnant. From the Academy Award-nominated director of "Breaking Away," "The Dresser" and "The Deep," Peter Yates.
It is 1947 England, and virginal theatre fanatic Stella (Georgina Cates -- "Clay Pigeons," "A Soldiers Sweetheart"), who still speaks with her dead mother by phone, joins a theatrical troupe headed by manipulative director Meredith Potter (Golden Globe-winner Hugh Grant -- "Two Weeks Notice," "Music and Lyrics"). Stella quickly falls for Potter, but he does not return her affections, driving her into the arms of the troupe's arrogant star, P.L. O'Hare (Emmy Award-nominee Alan Rickman -- the "Harry Potter" franchise, "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street"). O'Hare eventually takes Stella's virginity as more secrets of the troupe begin to unravel, although she secretly remains devoted to Potter. Directed by Mike Newell ("Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire," "Four Weddings and a Funeral").
Albert Finney stars in this moving Irish love story about a bullying widowed cop and his fed-up son who runs away and finds love in the arms of a woman from Northern Ireland.
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