"Coffee?" Asks the mysterious blue post-it. "To Bed" replies the red. A young woman's thoughts battle it out as she ventures through her anxiety to accomplish what would seem to be a simple task: a cup of coffee.
Parklife chronicles life in Manhattan's Columbus Park, where groups of Chinese seniors congregate on a daily basis. As seasons change and an unexpected crisis unfolds, the park's seemingly outlandish cultural spectacles and nostalgic performances wane.
A spirited young girl fortune teller in New Orleans leads her teenage sidekick through escapades involving unruly gangsters and a drag queen known as The Countess, while trying to solve the mystery of her unwitting birth father.
Hana, an assassin, arrives in New York ready to exact justice on a war criminal whom Sofia, a survivor of the Bosnian genocide, had discovered hiding in plain sight in the city. When Hana reaches her target she discovers Stanislav, the monster she was raised to hate is now just a sick, old, blind man. Whether Hana carries out the mission or frees herself from the cycle of retribution is the the he...
Down the House transports the viewer to the town of Braddock, Pennsylvania, once the epicenter of the U.S. Steel Industry. Abandoned and deteriorating, with "90% of the our town in a landfill somewhere", residents use urban farming, artistry and mutual aid to reimagine their town in the shell of the old.
Joseph and Anna are both outsiders - immigrants, isolated in a city of millions, trapped for very different reasons. When their paths cross on a rainy New York night, they might just have a chance to remake their lives.
Best friends Chloe and Domenic are quickly growing apart. At Chloe’s insistence, for their last hurrah, they kidnap their favorite celebrity, washed-up former child star Amanda Campbell. Driving a stolen limo, they take Amanda to a secluded cabin where they improvise a rehabilitation program designed to rejuvenate her career.
"To be or not to be?" The very moment Tom (Will Chase) contemplates this famous question about whether his life is worth living, a disembodied, cheeky, and outspoken William Shakespeare (Jack Davenport) intervenes, via the chandelier.
Five twenty-somethings become lost while on a road trip to a weekend getaway due to their navigator’s alcohol-fueled gross negligence. As a result, they are no longer destined for sunshine and pool time. Rather, they are relegated to life in a small, peculiar town filled with inhabitants who hold mysterious beliefs, strange traditions, and a determination to burn them at the stake.