Robert Williams is called by the police during a business meeting. His wife Lauren is in shock, after finding a dead man in her home. More dead bodies are found in the city the day after. The modus operandi looks the same but there's something not quite right. Is it the same killer or a copycat? Police start investigating the mysterious murders.
The story of families haunted, despite themselves, by a past that has not died.
A young couple finds their love rekindled after being separated for ten years. Lu Fei, a seemingly perfect Prince Charming unexpectedly encounters the stubborn and rebellious young lady Xin Chen. Despite their clashing personalities, they find themselves drawn to one another and eventually fall in love. However, they later separate, and it is not until ten years later, when Lu Fei lets go of his newly burgeoning company overseas and returns to search for Xin Chen, that they rediscover the meaning of their love.
After failing his college entrance exams, 18 year-old Tsukasa Mizugaki is offered a position at the renowned SAI Corporation, known for its production and management of Giftia, androids that possess human emotions. Tsukasa’s position is in the terminal service department where the main job is to recover Giftias that are close to their expiration, a graveyard department in every sense. To make matters worse, Tsukasa is ordered to work with Isla, a female Giftia who is never given any responsibility other than serving tea to co-workers.
The story of Idol Memories is set in the near future, where live idol music performances in virtual reality have become commonplace. Against this backdrop, a pair of rival idol groups compete for the coveted "tiara," which represents the number one spot in the "Idol League."
Xam'd: Lost Memories, released in Japan as Bounen no Zamned, is an anime series, conceptualized by Bones and co-developed by Sony Computer Entertainment, Aniplex and Bones, which made its debut on Sony's inaugural launch of the PlayStation Network video download service at E3 in the United States on July 16, 2008, in Japan on September 24, 2008. The series received its television premiere across Japan on MBS, CBC, Tokyo MX and other Japanese broadcast networks from April 2009, featuring new opening and ending theme sequences. Xam'd: Lost Memories spanned a total of 26 episodes. On its launch week, its pilot episode was the most downloaded video on the PlayStation Network at E3. On June 24, 2010, Sentai Filmworks announced that it had sub-licensed the series for home video distribution across North America, where the first half season set will be on DVD and Blu-ray Disc on September 21, 2010. The second set was released on November 9, 2010 on DVD and Blu-ray.
Take a stroll back in time to the days when the general store was the town meeting-place, country fairs were the highlight of the season, one-room schoolhouses dotted the countryside and elegant steamboats sailed Lake Champlain. Archival footage from the 1800s-1930s and lively interviews portray Vermont as our grandparents remember it. Highlights include early skiing and the wild days of Prohibition.
Scrapbook Memories was a how-to television series airing on DIY Network in the United States hosted by Beth Madland and Julie McGuffee. The series debuted as a special in 1999 and as a regular series in 2002, and was filmed in various places throughout Wisconsin.
Memories Off 3.5 is a double OVA series based on the third and fourth games of the Memories Off series: Omoide ni Kanata Kimi: Memories Off and Memories Off: Sorekara. The first two episodes centre around the events of ~You that became a Memory~ Memories Off, while the second two episodes centre around Memories Off ~And then~.
Mi Ricordo Anna Frank is a 2010 Italian television film directed by Alberto Negrin. The movie was based on the book Memories of Anne Frank: Reflections of a Childhood Friend written by Alison Leslie Gold about the friendship between Anne Frank and Hanneli Goslar.
Catherine lost her memory and wound up in a convent in the care of nuns. She tries to discover the terrible events which led to her condition, not realizing that she's being watched by a wealthy and powerful man who will do anything to protect his secret - a secret that only Catherine can reveal to the world.
Sir John Mills' Moving Memories is a British documentary film featuring 16mm color home movies shot by the actor Sir John Mills. It documents his life between 1946 and 1969, directed by Marcus Dillistone and produced by his son Jonathan Mills. Commentary was provided by Sir John, Hayley Mills, Juliet Mills and Sir Richard Attenborough. His wife Mary Hayley Bell is also seen towards the end of the film listening to her husband singing at the piano. The scene was later to be screened in full when Sir John appeared on the Parkinson show. The home movie clips date mainly from the 1950 and early 1960s and include appearances by Sir Dirk Bogarde, David Niven, Lord Olivier, James Mason, Lionel Jeffries, Sir Rex Harrison, Walt Disney, Jean Simmons, Harry Andrews, Tyrone Power and Stewart Granger. Some of the color footage was shot on the sets of black and white movies such as Ice-Cold in Alex and Dunkirk. Marcus, who also edited the film, spent many hours matching Sir John's home movie location clips to the finished scenes in these movies. Jonathan said "I immediately realised what could be made using these home movies – a unique way of telling my father's extraordinary life story."
On Christmas Eve, Hiro Hirono meets a girl named Miyako Miyamura as she chases a purse snatcher. Hiro later finds out that Miyako also goes to the same school as he does and they start hanging out together. This makes Hiro's childhood friend, Kei Shindō, feel left out, so she tries to compete with Miyako for Hiro's affection, creating a love triangle. Meanwhile, Renji Asō meets a girl named Chihiro Shindō at an abandoned train station. He soon learns that Chihiro suffers from a type of amnesia where her memory lasts for only 13 hours. He also discovers Chihiro's dream of writing a novel, but she has never been able to fulfill that dream due to her condition. Renji then decides to help her fulfill that dream.
Unchained Memories is a 2003 documentary film about the stories of former slaves interviewed during the 1930s as part of the Federal Writers' Project. This HBO film interpretation directed by Ed Bell and Thomas Lennon is a compilation of slave narratives, narrated by actors, emulating the original conversation with the interviewer. The slave narratives may be the most accurate in terms of the everyday activities of the enslaved, serving as personal memoirs of more than two thousand former slaves. The documentary depicts the emotions of the slaves and what they endured. The "Master" had the opportunity to sell, trade, or kill the enslaved, for retribution should one slave not obey.
Stolen Memories: Secrets from the Rose Garden is a 1996 film made for television directed by Bob Clark starring Mary Tyler Moore. A young boy goes to visit his three aunts for the summer at their home in the south. He becomes closest to Jessica, the childlike aunt with a troubled past, who teaches him about life and friendship.