Uri, a young officer, together with two soldiers under his command, are manning a checkpoint in the territitories. Tow woman from the 'Watch' organization try to interfere with their work. Uri is confused as he receives an order to close the checkpoint because of a bomb threat amidst the women's screaming. An unpredictable outcome ensues...
When sawmill owner Helen Cole is kidnapped by bandits, it falls on lumberjack Dan Stevens to rescue her, but "Wirenail" Hedges is not willing to give up without a fight.
Two young hoods from the city are sent to a Civilian Conservation Corps camp in the mountains to try to turn them away from the life of crime they're headed for.
An empowering short animated film that empowers young girls living in difficult conditions around the world to believe in themselves.
Breaking Barriers demonstrates what it takes to build and drive a vehicle faster than anyone on the planet. Follow American automobile entrepreneur John Hennessey's pursuit of the production vehicle land speed record and trace the roots of land speed racing from the early days of hot rodding to today. We discover that since the advent of the automobile, the pursuit of speed and the fight for the title of "fastest car" are intrinsically connected.
A documentary covering the opening and closing ceremonies of the 1988 Summer Olympic Games in Seoul.
When penniless Westie Phillips briefly meets wealthy Martha Gorham, he falls in love, but Martha forgets the encounter. Harry Arnold, courting Martha, invites her out sailing and arranges to have the yacht wrecked near an uncharted island so that he can be alone with her until rescuers arrive. Meanwhile, without knowing Martha is on board, Westie secures a position on the yacht.
When a woman who belongs to a bootlegging gang asks the gang for help when her father is arrested, they refuse. She quits the gang, but the gang's leader locks her up in a brothel. She escapes and hides in the apartment of a man who turns out to be the chief of the government agents pursuing her gang. Complications ensue.
WSU returned on Saturday to present Breaking Barriers 5 from the Colossal Sports Academy at the Coliseum in Voorhees, NJ. The Premier Promotion in North American Women's Wrestling ushered in a new era at the event. In addition to the many new additions to the roster, ALL three championships were on the line. First, Maria Manic defended the WSU Tag Team Championships with an unlikely partner against unlikely opponents. Then, Kiera Hogan returned to defend the Spirit Championship against Jordynne Grace. Finally, the main event saw Mercedes Martinez defend the WSU World Championship against Tessa Blanchard. All this and so much more went down on Saturday at Breaking Barriers 5.
SU closed out 2016 with its marquee event, Breaking Barriers 4. Mercedes Martinez had to prove herself to WSU Champion Allie when she faced the returning LuFisto. The dominate Taeler Hendrix faced off against an angry Jade. Meanwhile, the Fella Twins defended the WSU Tag Team Championships against the team of Annie Social and Missy Sampson, now known as the Backseat Girls. But in the Main Event, Leva Bates sought vengeance when she was challenged by Su Yung for the WSU Spirit Championship. All this and so much more went down at Breaking Barriers 4. You will be able to catch the Delayed iPPV Broadcast at CZWStudios.com. But for those who can't wait, please continue reading for the official result.
A disappointing show from WSU. The booking went all over the place here with very strange choices (dynamic of some matches, nine matches in a two-hour show, Niya vs. Nevaeh which does not take place here "because of reasons", Tessa Blanchard in babyface , and especially THE FUCKING OFFICE), but everything is not negative with the anniversary show which is already full (Nevaeh vs. Niya, Blanchard vs. Stephie, Juicy Product vs. Athena vs. Hania in a TLC match) and some interesting beginnings / returns (Blanchard even though she is babyface and Bates). Let's hope that the next show will raise the bar because this new regime is not very fascinating at the moment. 08.11.2014
Jackie Robinson: Breaking Barriers celebrates the ground-breaking career of the first-ever African-American to join the major leagues, talented athlete Jackie Robinson. The video commemorates the 50th anniversary of Robinson's first major league game day. A tender tribute to the baseball legend, the program combines interviews with Robinson's family and friends, classic sports footage, newsreel clips, and black-and-white photographs from Robinson's life and stellar career.
A documentary on the sound in Alfred Hitchcock films.
In 1950s Pittsburgh, a frustrated African-American father struggles with the constraints of poverty, racism, and his own inner demons as he tries to raise a family.
Headed to the city, a man drives his jeep along an isolated rural road. He soon encounters a series of strange obstacles and barriers that will challenge him throughout his journey. As several surreal events begin to unfold he meets a few characters along the way. His isolation transforms into desolation as the people he meets appear to be hostile towards him despite his honest intentions. Slowly, he loses his innocence as he adapts to this unfamiliar and deceitful environment. Struggling for his survival every step of the way, he eventually reaches his destination, the city’s outer limits; however, the very core of his being has been twisted as a result of his experiences. When he finally stands at the boundary between the city and the vast nothingness behind him, he yet again faces another barrier, a question he asks himself… which side is the true wasteland?
The building of the Canadian Pacific Railway.
A dream-like meditation on post-industrial life in Communist Poland.
Nine young actors leave behind their daily lives in Berlin and travel to the country to audition for a summer theatre production to be performed in the ruins of an old church. A once-renowned Swiss director is using this week of rehearsals to find the lead for this production of “Hamlet”. The director is staying privately at the home of an old woman, but the actors are being put up at a run-down hotel with very thin walls.
In this picture, the barrier epitomizes the line between reality and dreams, the pattern of harmony and happiness. The delicate, pretty, sensitive Dorotea and the sedate middle-aged composer Antoni meet by chance. He gives her shelter in his house. Famous composer falls under the spell of young Dorothea: A pretty, thin-skinned, though quite an eccentric girl.
Barriers is a British children's television series, created and written by William Corlett, and made by Tyne Tees Television for ITV between 1981 and 1982. The series starred Benedict Taylor as Billy Stanyon, a teenager facing up to the loss of his parents in a sailing accident only to discover that he was adopted. Billy then sets off on a journey to find his real parents that takes him across Europe. The series was filmed on location in Scotland, Germany and Austria. Barriers lasted for two series and other notable cast members included Paul Rogers, Laurence Naismith, Siân Phillips, Patricia Lawrence, Nicholas Courtney, Robert Addie, Natalie Forbes and Ellie Nicol-Hilton.