Downbeat and gripping story of a middle American family dealing with the accidental death of one son, followed by the attempted suicide of another. Redford's first directing effort won Oscars for himself, Hutton, and Best Picture!
Conrad (Timothy Hutton) recalls his mother Beth (Mary Tyler Moore) and tries to explain to his therapist (Judd Hirsch) in Ordinary People, 1980, Robert Redford's film from the Judith Guest novel.
Conrad (Timothy Hutton), having hesitated at length, arrives for his first session with Dr. Berger (Judd Hirsch) in Ordinary People, 1980, directed by Robert Redford.
After a young man drowns, his family fights to recover from the trauma in Ordinary People (1980), directed by Robert Redford and starring Donald Sutherland, Mary Tyler Moore and Timothy Hutton.
Gene Hackman (as Gene) and Estelle Parsons (as sister Alice) together again (from Bonnie and Clyde), discussing their dad after the death of their mother, in I Never Sang For My Father, 1970.
Middle-aged parents Calvin (Donald Sutherland) and Beth (Mary Tyler Moore) attend a party and argue on the drive home, in Ordinary People, 1980, directed by Robert Redford from the Judith Guest novel.
Treatment -- Joshua Leonard and Sean Nelson star as failing L.A. screenwriters who learn that superstar actor Gregg D. has checked into a rehab facility, so in order to get close enough to pitch their latest project to him, Leonard pretends to have a drug problem and checks himself in.
Center Stage -- A group of 12 teenagers from various backgrounds enroll at the American Ballet Academy in New York to make it as ballet dancers and each one deals with the problems and stress of training and getting ahead in the world of dance.
Center Stage -- Follow a group of ballet students in the competitive world of professional dance where they must devote themselves to their art with the rigor of Olympic athletes. While experiencing the joys, sorrows and conflicts of youth they vie for a place in a prestigeous ballet company and strive to take center stage.
A comedy about life, love... and escaping your shrink.
One quiet afternoon, a busload of young soldiers is unexpectedly forced to question the morality of their profession after being enlisted to execute civilian prisoners at a remote facility in the Serbian countryside.
Frank a restaurant manager and Albert a chef find their lives strangely twisted in the city on the verge of outbreak of a plague. Once the extermination treatment has been activated the first killing takes place. But who is killing who?
Jake Singer is at loose ends in NYC, and neck deep in psychoanalysis with the outrageous Dr. Morales when he meets the enigmatic and beautiful widow Allegra Marshall.
Neurotic prep school English teacher Jake Singer seeks therapy after he gets dumped. Along the way, he meets and woos a gorgeous and wealthy widow.
From Nicholas Hytner, the acclaimed director of the Madness of King George, The Crucible and The Object of My Affection, and Academy Award Nominated producer Laurence Mark (Jerry Maguire, As Good As It Gets) comes Center Stage. A drama with heart and energy that follows the hopes and dreams of a tight-knit group of young ballet students as they try to make a name for themselves in the competitive world of professional dance. Talented, vibrant and supremely gifted, they are students who devote themselves to dance, sacrificing ordinary pleasures of life to train for their art with the rigor of Olympic athletes. While experiencing the normal joys and sorrows, love and conflicts of life, they vie for a place in an ultra-selective professional ballet company and strive to take center stage.
Vying for a spot in the American Ballet Company, 12 dance students are ready to push their bodies and minds to the limit to realize their dreams.
Follow a group of ballet students in the competitive world of professional dance where they must devote themselves to their art with the rigor of Olympic athletes. While experiencing the joys, sorrows and conflicts of youth they vie for a place in a prestigeous ballet company and strive to take center stage.
Sam must defuse a hostage situation at County Hospital where a gunman is trying to force a doctor to reverse a dangerous operation on his brother.
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A 17-year-old suffers a heart attack while driving and plows into a crowded city park.
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When Dr. Kiley is hospitalized for chicken pox, he becomes interested in an exploratory surgery case and attempts to convince the doctor to try alternative testing.
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