Lucy Chadman (Shelley Long) chokes to death and is resurrected by her loopy sister Zelda (Judith Ivey) on the one year anniversary of her death. Lucy, of course, does not believe she has actually been dead and thinks it is an elaborate hoax until she goes to her apartment and discovers her husband (Corbin Bernsen) married to her gold digging best friend, Kim (Sela Ward).
Ten lost souls slip in and out of one another's arms in a daisy-chained musical exploration of love's bittersweet embrace. A film adaptation of Michael John LaChiusa's celebrated musical, originally based on Arthur Schnitzler's play, La Ronde.
Owen, after a sleepless night from his Mothers funeral the day before, decides to avoid his father and visit her grave. Through a misunderstanding he meets Maura, who's visiting her recently deceased Father's grave. Together they try to find a way to connect with the loved ones they've lost.
Hello Again is a colorful road movie, a "classic" music video, both in terms of its production (pictures set to an existing music track) and the intention behind it.
This film documents the life and career of legendary baseball broadcaster Harry Caray. His broadcasting career, which involved stints on radio and television, featured tenures as the play-by-play man for such respected franchises as the St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs.
Will Williams and Jess Cook are Vedic meditation practitioners and teachers, living and working in central London. Over the past nine years they have taught thousands of people this ancient technique, which they claim can help overcome almost any type of stress-induced condition, anxiety, addiction, depression, existential crisis. They say modern scientific studies prove that it helps boost productivity, creativity, memory, focus, emotional intelligence, social connection and compassion.