|Original Title||Woodsman, The|
|Plot||After twelve years in prison, Walter arrives in an unnamed city, moves into a small apartment across the street from an elementary school, gets a job at a lumberyard, and mostly keeps to himself. A quiet, guarded man, Walter finds unexpected solace from Vickie, a tough-talking woman who promises not to judge him for his history. But Walter cannot escape his past. A convicted sex offender, Walter is warily eyed by his brother-in-law, shunned by his sister, lives in fear of being discovered at work, and is hounded by a suspicious local police officer, Detective Lucas. After befriending a young girl in a neighborhood park, Walter must also grapple with the terrible prospect of his own reawakened demons.
Sujit R. Varma
After twelve years in prison, the child molester Walter is released in probation. He starts a new life, getting a small and simple apartment near a school, and a job in a lumberyard. The tormented Walter tries to be and act normal, haunted by his past demons and having sessions with a shrink, while the snoopy gossip colleague Mary-Kay investigates his life. He has an affair with another suffered colleague, Vicki, while is also stalked by a suspicious detective, Sgt. Lucas.
Claudio Carvalho, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
|Original Title||Wrongfully Accused|
|Genre||Spoofs & Parodies, Comedy|
|Plot||Murder in the first. Comedy every second. Framed for the shooting of a corporate moneybags, Ryan Harrison has been Wrongfully Accused! He's also been Rightfully Cast. Leslie Nielson, comedy's most bent straight arrow, portrays Harrison in the directorial debut of screenwriter Pat Proft, whose credits include the Naked Gun and Hot Shots! Movies. Like so many heroes before him, Harrison's gotta do what a hero's gotta do. (Only he does it funnier.) Clear his name. Find a one-armed, one-legged, one-eyed criminal. Evade a manhunt. Plunge over a waterfall. Remove that flopping fish from his pocket. Yes, Harrison is a fugitive. Not The Fugitive, although that movie is cleverly parodied, as are Mission: Impossible, Braveheart, Casablanca and many more. The spoofs come fast and hilarious in a caper that's not just a movie--it's every movie!|
|Title||Young Master, The|
|Original Title||Shi di chu ma|
|Genre||Action | Comedy|
|Plot||After failing his fellow students in a Lion Dance competition, Dragon (Jackie Chan) is sent away from his school in disgrace, on the condition that he must find his errant brother. Much martial arts mayhem and mistaken-identity silliness ensue.