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If you believe Hollywood movies, the reason that you should never ignore a homeless person isn't just that we should all care for each other. It's because that homeless person is probably a genius fallen on hard times. But as unlikely as this plot seems, The Soloist is based on a true story. Jamie Foxx plays Nathaniel Ayers, now living on the streets of LA, but once a promising classical cellist. He is befriended by journalist Steve Lopez, who tries to get him to finally fulfil his talent – but is Ayers so damaged that he can't be helped?
Funny, sweet-natured film about a brass band made up of Egyptian policeman who visit Israel to play a concert.
11+ years 85 mins
Charlie Babbitt gets more than he bargained for when he kidnaps his autistic brother for his inheritance in an entertaining, touching drama.
14+ years 127 mins
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