A wonderful journey helps Tommy and Becky discover the importance of faith and imagination, teaching them to believe in something greater than themselves. After the recent death of their father, Tommy and his teenage sister Becky are sent to visit their aunt in Erinville for the summer. Their adventure begins when Tommy and his cousin Alex meet Mr. Connors, who teaches them to look at the world in a different way. With the help of Mr. Connors, Tommy and Becky begin to understand that how they look at the world will determine if they are able to move on with their lives. Tommy and Alex find the courage to love and heal Behind the Waterfall.
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Manufacturer: MGM (Video & DVD)
Brand: TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX HOME ENT
From the director of Wild Orchid and "Red Shoe Diaries" comes this sensual thriller about a beautiful young woman caught between passion and innocence and two shades of the truth. Starring Tom Skerritt (Top Gun), Wendy Hughes (Paradise Road) and Nina Siemaszko (The Big Tease), Wild Orchid 2: Blue Movie Blue has an "erotic ambience" that has "everything to do with fantasy" (The New York Times). After her father (Skerritt) dies, Blue (Siemaszko) is forced to grow up fast. Taken in by Elle (Hughes), a high-class brothel madam, she discovers a beguiling world of power and pleasurebut also the tightening grip of Elle's control. To make matters worse, she is falling for Josh (Brent Fraser), a regular guy who doesn't know about her double life. Now, if she tells the truth, will she lose him forever?
The American Folk Blues Festival 1962-1966, Vol. 2
Manufacturer: Hip-O Records
Vintage footage of some of the greatest blues artist performing in Europe in the 60s is combined to create this two-part piece of blues history. Three songs by Howlin' Wolf are the highlight of this second set of blues performances recorded in the 1960s, when an extraordinary lineup of musicians (among the 18 tracks here are tunes by Lightnin' Hopkins, Willie Dixon, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGhee, and Big Mama Thornton) toured Europe, thrilling (among many others) the young Englishmen playing in bands like the Rolling Stones and the Yardbirds. As with Volume 1, the monaural sound and black-and-white video are superb, making the release of the footage four decades later even more welcome. And Wolf? He was still in his prime in '64, perhaps equaled only by Muddy Waters (who appears on the first volume). "Did you ever been in the groove?" he asks at one point. "Well, I'm gonna put you way down in the woods." That he does, and blues fans will be only too happy to tag along. --Sam Graham