Andrew Morrison is an ambitious, driven professional determined to prove himself to be a top medical student. To pad his school application, he reluctantly takes a temporary job as a nurses’ assistant and sets out to prove what an excellent doctor he will make. Jamie Walker is a precocious sixteen-year-old long-term patient whose life has been put on hold with an illness that threatens his future. Playful, lively, and extremely bored, Jamie is looking for a purpose of his own. When these two men find themselves in a hospital room together one wants to prove he is a “model” doctor and the other is anything but an “ideal” patient. Together, they discover their determination makes them more alike than they ever dreamed. Using Proverbs 19 as its theme, this story looks at the true meaning of “purpose” in life.
Interweaving stories of four different women involved in the sex industry offers a glimpse into the dark underbelly of Los Angeles and the taboo lifestyle of a sex worker. A teen runaway, single mother and two career escorts interconnect through their own personal journeys filled with loss, betrayal and the struggle to survive. Written by anonymous
Barbara Hug is a young radical lawyer fighting Switzerland’s antiquated prison system in the 1980s. Walter Stürm is a charmer and chancer. Taunting the establishment with his outrageous thefts and media savvy he’s in and often escaping out of jail and becomes known as the Jailbreak King. When the two meet an unlikely alliance is formed. Barbara wants to use Walter’s popularity for her social reform goals. But the less Walter yields to her reasoning, the more she falls for the fascination of his uncompromising desire for freedom. Walter becomes the rock against which she beats in vain and will grow. A radical partnership conflicting priorities between state repression and personal freedom.
God’s Fool is a new story about an old saint. Our story begins as St. Francis of Assisi's life is coming to an end. His life and legacy send a ripple through time to present day New York City sending the son of a business tycoon on a quest to follow in Francis's footsteps. As he begins a mystical journey he follows St. Francis right into the heart of Jesus, where he falls head over heels in love with God after discovering God is head over heels in love with him.
Ever since the death of her father, Haley (Jane Dillon) has struggled with anger management. Luckily, she finds solace in running with her friends Elaina (Sahara Ale) and Abby (Rachel Ogechi Kanu) on their high school track team with her supportive mother Michelle (Laurie Fortier) cheering her on. But when Abby is found dead in the locker room after a particularly heated argument with Haley, the cops pin the murder on Haley and place her under house arrest. Haley is adamant she’s innocent, so Michelle hires an attorney to help in Haley's defense. As Michelle tries to figure out who could have framed her daughter, Haley’s assistant track coach also turns up dead, and Haley's DNA is found all over the crime scene. Confronted by Michelle, Haley confesses that she has been breaking house arrest for weeks but didn’t kill anyone. After Haley goes missing, Michelle must work quickly to find her daughter and discover the truth behind the mysterious deaths before Haley or anyone else gets hurt.
Workaholic Amelia (Clare Grant) is focused on running her small business despite harassing comments from an anonymous follower on her blog. Her eager assistant, Becca (Krystal Ellsworth), tries to get Amelia to report the increasingly aggressive follower, but Amelia believes she can handle it on her own. As Amelia struggles to work through her professional problems, she receives a letter from the dying wife of her former boyfriend, Mark (Rick Malambri). In the letter, Mark’s wife asks Amelia to reconnect with him upon her passing. Intrigued, Amelia meets with Mark and old flames reignite. At the same time, Amelia meets her new client, Forrest (Michael Steger), whose mysterious and attentive nature intrigues her. As Amelia dives back into her intense relationship with Mark and leaves Becca to her own devices at work, suspicious activities and online threats make Amelia question whether the people closest to her have her best interests at heart.
Popular radio DJ, Shannon (Skye Coyne), uses her talk show to discuss her love life and is all in when her producer, Hailey (Jillian Murray), suggests they do a promotion where listeners can nominate friends to go on dates with Shannon. Ending her relationship with Gavin (Iyan Evans), Shannon is ready to move on. But while on her first radio show date with Ian (Hunter Hobbs), Shannon runs into Gavin, who is hurt to see her with another man. Gavin begs her to take him back, but Shannon refuses, even though she admits to Hailey that she still has feelings for him. But when Shannon learns Ian was killed right before they were supposed to go on their second date, she becomes suspicious of Gavin, especially as he continues to show up everywhere Shannon goes. Finally, Gavin manages to convince Shannon that he’s innocent, and the two rekindle their relationship—until Hailey inserts herself into their relationship to get Gavin all to herself.