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Documentaries, personal accounts and observations.
A dangerous Soviet era art collection becomes the focus of unwanted attention and ghosts from the past, A heart-warming tale of the differences and similarities between an autistic father and son, a very personal and thoughtful look at a man dealing with his wife’s Alzheimer's and a scorching exploration of the mind of an addict.
Watch this pack if: you crave true stories that will touch your heart, you prefer art to be personal, you’re interested in authenticity or you just like documentaries of all varieties.
Total runtime: 67 minutes.
Contents: I Found Malevich (35), Le Jeu des 7 Erreurs (7), Before She’s Gone (19), Serotonin. (6).
A father and son, both diagnosed with autism, list their differences and find similarities. Facing rejection and hardships, exploring their specific interests, they eventually find a unique love and understanding, truly unites them.
Ashley skates to her normal spot to score drugs. She realizes her drug dealer is dating an old friend from high school. During an intense exchange of Ashley's past with her old friend, Ashley comes to a realization that changes her life forever.
Stan and Shirley Fryer had been married for fifty-two years when Shirley was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. Fifteen years later, Stan's role as a loving caregiver and his philosophy of patience are examined and showcased.
An art collector leaves behind a world of threats, grifters, and shattered lives. Transcendence comes with the realization that his orphaned art lives in its own world and that he must transform himself to bear witness to its spiritual message.