Harry H. 1978

Inspector Holgersson would prefer to sit and fish at the quayside, but he can not say no when someone asks for help.

The Vanished

Driven by the feelings of shame and hopelessness a man joins to the nearly 100.000 other Japanese who vanish without a trace each year

The Lady in a Black Dress 1987

A woman named Fujiki Asuka arrives as an acquaintance of a sister in law for a day under the bar master Tamura who had guided Yakuza's escaping as a shoji. Tamura who lives on the second floor of the store for the time being the son who wants to work here. A few days later, Tamura finds a handgun from Yuko's baggage and holds a suspicion ....

Musica Nocturna 1988

Ramiro is a ringleader of a gang of drug traffickers that in order to introduce a new drug, called Night Music (Música Nocturna), must eliminate Aurelio, the biggest drug lord. To implement his plan, he use his friend Daniel has bait who has a close friendship with Aurelio. Ramiro succeeds, murders Aurelio and proposes Daniel to participate in the drug business.

Escaping Satan's Web 1987

In the mid 80s during the Satanic Panic era Pastor Flether A. Brothers who was director of Freedom Village USA interviewed Satanic teen killer Sean Sellers for an exclusive video only offered through Brothers Ministry. Brothers interviews Sellers and discusses what "Satan doesn't want you to know". This video was one of the highlights of the Satanic Panic epidemic first started by Geraldo Rivera in the mid 1980s. The clamshell case bodly [sic] professes "This tape may save your childs [sic] life and even your own!" […] This tape is hard to find and the interview with Sellers has rarely ever been seen outside of the owners of this release. The clamshell and video we have is in perfect condition and has pretty much only been played once in 25 years. (serialkillersink.net)

The Confessions of Bernhard Goetz 1987

On a NYC subway in December 1984, 36-year-old Bernhard Goetz shot four black teenagers he believed were about to mug him. The incident immediately set off a national debate about crime, race relations, vigilantism and the right to self-defense. The inner mindset of Goetz himself, presented primarily through his unapologetic videotaped statement to police, is the main focal point of the film.