Rike is forty, a successful doctor whose job demands everything of her. She intends to use her much-needed annual holiday to fulfill her long-cherished dream of sailing alone from Gibraltar to Ascension, a small tropical island in the middle of the Atlantic. Her desire for a carefree holiday seems to be coming to pass but then, after a storm, her beautiful adventure suddenly turns into an unprecedented challenge when she spots a badly damaged, hopelessly overloaded refugee boat nearby.
Nelson puts his criminal ways behind him, having spent years as a first-rate safecracker. This resolution lasts until his brother finds himself owing money to organised crime and Nelson needs to do one last big job, with a few other professionals.
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A very unusual exploration of the Philadelphia subway and its riders, which creatively utilizes black and white photography.
Chabon ferries people across the river Styx.
Thousands come to the cemetery for Hrobky (Memorial Day) to commemorate their departed relatives, to get blessed, to celebrate life... It’s a wonderful tradition, isn't it?
In the second film of the Lone Wolf and Cub series, Ogami Itto battles a group of female ninja in the employ of the Yagyu clan and must assassinate a traitor who plans to sell his clan's secrets to the Shogunate.
A video diary from the "Return to Paradise" tour, which saw the bombastic stadium rockers reunited after thirteen years of solo projects. Filmed on 1996's Autumnal Equinox -- a fittingly mystical date for a group so concerned with nature and magic -- their enthusiastic performance features prog rock staples like "Show Me The Way," "Grand Illusion," and "Come Sail Away."
Multi-platinum album selling legends Styx dig deep into their rock arsenal and release on DVD for the first time their concert video Caught In The Act. Recorded during their Kilroy Was Here tour in 1983, this concert video centers around this concept album's theme of a futuristic society where rock `n' roll is banned by the masses. Remastered in 5.1 surround, experience the band's classic hits at the height of their career like Mr. Roboto and Don't Let It End, as well as their concert staples like Come Sail Away, Blue Collar Man and Too Much Time On My Hands.
Like the mythological river that spawned their name, Styx runs deep. All 11 tracks, here are full-length album versions: their hits Babe; The Best of Times; Mr. Roboto; Show Me the Way; Come Sail Away; Too Much Time on My Hands; Lorelei; Blue Collar Man (Long Nights) , and more!
On March 18th, 2014, Dennis DeYoung, the legendary front man of Styx and author of five key songs that define that band s career, returned to Los Angeles for the first time during his solo career to play a sold out show at the El Rey Theater. Recorded live for AXS-TV and captured in pristine HD quality, the performance has been slated for release via Frontiers Records.
Filmed on November 9th, 2010 at the historic Orpheum Theater in Memphis, TN, this stunning show captures Styx performing their classic multi-platinum seventies albums The Grand Illusion and Pieces Of Eight live in their entirety for the first time. These iconic albums established Styx as a globally successful rock band and defined the AOR genre for a generation of Americans. These new live performances perfectly portray the power, songwriting skill and musical virtuosity that are synonymous with Styx throughout their career and with these groundbreaking albums in particular. / Bonus Features: Putting On The Show an in-depth look at the people and equipment required to stage this epic concert. / Line-up: James J.Y. Young (vocals, guitars, keyboards); Tommy Shaw (vocals, guitars); Todd Sucherman (drums); Lawrence Gowan (vocals, keyboards); Ricky Phillips (bass, backing vocals) & Chuck Panozzo (bass guitar).
Filmed during the massively successful 2014 Soundtrack of Summer Tour, Live at The Orleans Arena Las Vegas features Styx performing a career-spanning set list before a highly energized crowd. Styx performs such classics as “Too Much Time On My Hands”, “Renegade” and “Blue Collar Man”, where they are joined by Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Don Felder.
On May 25, 2006, the band took the stage in Cleveland for a new venture accompanied by the 115-piece Contemporary Youth Orchestra and a 60-member chorus. With a set list that combined Styx classics, new songs, and cover versions, this was a truly unique event. In 2006, Styx upped the ante on their already-epic stage presence by joining forces with the Contemporary Youth Orchestra of Cleveland. Backed by the 115-piece symphony and a 60-member choir, the rock band played incredible renditions of their hits, including "Renegade" and "Too Much Time on My Hands."
Arch Allies is a live album recorded by REO Speedwagon and Styx at Riverport Amphitheatre (now Verizon Wireless Amphitheater) in Maryland Heights, Missouri, a suburb of St. Louis. Each band also released single live albums containing only their own tracks from this album. The Styx songs were released alone as At the River's Edge: Live in St. Louis and the REO songs were released as Live Plus, Live Plus 3 and Extended Versions.