At nightfall, two lost souls find each other again in the woods, with enough time for one last dance.
The sun rises over the empty desert to reveal a lone cowboy lynched the night before. An unexplainable force draws him back to the realm of the living, and he cuts himself down and makes his way home.
As the gap between a burning airplane and the ground gets smaller, one passenger has other things on his mind!
Abigail connects the dots of a human map that links the indigenous Amazon cultures to Afro-Brazilian religions. The reverse of the inverse, a house of nearly extinct memories.
At the end of what she hopes to be her last day at work, a young gas station attendant attempts to leave town permanently. We slowly learn fragmented details about her life as she treks across the decaying wasteland called home.
Abigail Leslie has been away for years but has now returned to the small town of Baypoint, where her sexual appetite made her infamous. Abigail is a woman who is serious about her carnal pursuits, and upon her return she immediately re-establishes her pursuit of the flesh of a lonely tomboy who has a longing for her brother, a repressed housewife who harbors a hidden love of the ladies, and a troubled husband and wife, Abigail having seduced the husband prior to her departure years earlier.
Beverly Moss invites her new neighbours, Angela and Tony, over for drinks. She has also asked her divorced neighbour Susan, whose fifteen-year-old daughter Abigail is holding a party back in their house. Beverly's husband Laurence comes home late from work, just before the guests arrive. The gathering starts off in a stiff, insensitive, British-middle-class way as the virtual strangers tentatively gather, until Beverly and Laurence start sniping at each other. As Beverly serves more drinks and the alcohol takes effect, Beverly flirts more and more overtly with Tony, as Laurence sits impotently by.
Abigail Harm is a woman living in a fictionalized New York City, who, after being granted a wish by a strange visitor, asks for love and learns of a creature who might provide it. Inspired by the Korean folktale "The Woodcutter and the Nymph.
Just out of college, Abbey navigates a relationship with her troubled friend Jude who has recently been diagnosed Bi-Polar. Abbey is thoughtful and guarded while Jude is her opposite, an intoxicating catalyst who lives every day as if it is her last. Friends forever - or at least until the fateful day when they both meet the enigmatic Henry. Set against the cityscape of New York and the rural mountains of North Carolina and shot on an iPhone, the film offers a modern commentary on falling in love through the youthful gaze of the camera that we all carry around in our pockets.
An exploration of loneliness and the monotony of daily existence. The space between words and the absence of color.
An old Hispanic folktale about a child-stealing witch becomes real in the life of a little girl who's caught between her parent's crumbling marriage and the creatures that torment her.
A look at the production of Play for Today: Abigail's Party (1977).
After leading a jury to wrongly sentence a man, Abigail enters her new teaching job at the law school with a newfound commitment to ethics. When she takes over her new class, it includes Vincent, an intensely ambitious student who will do anything for an A. When Abigail fails him for academic dishonesty, Vincent threatens that he will stop at nothing to get what he wants. As Vincent's devious plot begins to unravel, she must take her life into her own hands, or Vincent will take it himself.
Abigail is a Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by and seen on Venezuela's Radio Caracas Televisión. It was written by Elizabeth Alezard, Alberto Gómez, Mariana Luján, Amparo Montalva, and María Helena Portas and directed by Tito Rojas. This telenovela lasted 257 episodes and was distributed internationally by RCTV International.
Abigail and Roger was a British sitcom that aired on the BBC Television Service in 1956. It was written by Kelvin Sheldon. The programme saw Julie Webb and David Drummond play Abigail and Roger, an engaged couple living in London bedsits.