THE SLEEPY TIME GAL
2001, 108 min, USA, Dir: Christopher Munch

A Sundance Film Festival Grand Jury Prize nominee, this haunting indie gem about missed opportunities stars Jacqueline Bisset as a woman nearing the end of her life and Martha Plimpton as the daughter she had given up for adoption. Costarring Nick Stahl, Amy Madigan and Seymour Cassel. “Munch's screenplay is tenderly observant of his characters. He watches them as they float within the seas of their personalities. … His people are all stuck with who they are and speak in thoughtful, well-considered words, as if afraid of being misquoted by destiny.” – Roger Ebert.


TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MACHINES
2003, Warner Bros., 109 min, USA, Dir: Jonathan Mostow

Female terminator Kristanna Loken arrives from the future to try to kill young John Connor (Nick Stahl) once and for all - but she's going to have to fight off Arnold Schwarzenegger's T-101 to get to him. Taking over the reins of the franchise from James Cameron, director Jonathan Mostow creates a slam-bang entertainment filled with non-stop action and dazzling special effects by Stan Winston.


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