|Six Ways to Sunday 1998 R, 97 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Drama
Director: Adam Bernstein
Cast: Norman Reedus, Deborah Harry, Elina Lowensohn, Adrien Brody, Jerry Adler, Peter Appel, Paul Lazar, Holter Graham, Anna Levine, Isaac Hayes, Vincent Pastore, Clark Gregg, Paul D'Amato, Eugene Leong, Kathy Lee Hart
Eighteen-year-old Harold (Norman Reedus) lives with his overprotective mother, Kate (Deborah Harry), but grows up fast when he hooks up with a local gangster, Arnie (Adrien Brody).
|The Young Girl and the Monsoon 1999 R, 90 min.|
Director: James Ryan
Cast: Terry Kinney, Ellen Muth, Mili Avital, Diane Venora, Tim Guinee, Domenick Lombardozzi, Liana Ryan, Lee Wong, Christine Merlich, Candyce Mason, Eugene Leong, Tina Flaherty, James Ryan, Patricia Francy, Connie Meehan
When his teenage daughter, Constance (Ellen Muth), comes to live with Hank (Terry Kinney) for three months, problems are inevitable as the middle-aged father tries to deal with his manipulative daughter. As a photojournalist, Hank heads for dangerous places and, in the process, loses his girlfriend Erin (Mili Avital) and upsets Constance.
|1. Six Ways to Sunday (1998)|
2. The Young Girl and the Monsoon (1999)
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