A documentary about a pet cemetery in California, and the people who have pets buried there.
The body of Sakai Hatsuko, a woman of 23 who has been slain with a knife, has been found in a forest. Some days later, Ueda Hiroshi, a 19-year-old shipyard worker, is arrested and charged with the murder. At Ueda's trial, a complex story unfolds.The Incident" is a study in unrestrained passion and jealousy.
The colossally popular Zatoichi films make up the longest-running action series in Japanese history and created one of the screen’s great heroes: an itinerant blind masseur who also happens to be a lightning-fast swordsman. As this iconic figure, the charismatic and earthy Shintaro Katsu became an instant superstar, lending a larger-than-life presence to the thrilling adventures of a man who lives staunchly by a code of honor and delivers justice in every town and village he enters. The films that feature him are variously pulse-pounding, hilarious, stirring, and completely off-the-wall. This deluxe set features the string of twenty-five Zatoichi films made between 1962 and 1973, collected in one package for the first time.
An in-depth documentary looking back on the 1978 World Cup, where hosts Argentina lifted the trophy amid controversy and tickertape. The 1978 tournament is remembered for the scoring exploits of Argentine striker Mario Kempes, not forgetting Scotland's Archie Gemmill's solo effort against the Netherlands, which became one of the most memorable goals in World Cup history.
A detective investigating the murder of a teenage girl begins to focus his suspicions on the three girlfriends of the victim, who call themselves "The Inseparables."