Short: Who is Sycorax? The first of all characters in William Shakespeare´s "The Tempest" to set foot on the island of the play. Synopsis: Who is Sycorax? The first of all characters in William Shakespeare´s "The Tempest" to set foot on the island of the play. The problem is that Sycorax has no voice. She is barely mentioned by Prospero as a crooked, old, wicked witch who vilely locked Ariel, the spirit of the air, in a tree. But why would she lock Ariel in a tree? Here, we wouldn't believe Prospero so much.
Juan, this is adolesent to 17 years old , he wanna to has a sex with his girlfriend Samantha, he dresses with Samantha's clothes and he discovers nuw ways feel pleasure
Esther lives with her dad and takes care of him every day. However, due to his madness she locked him in his room. But one day Esther realized that his father wasn't in the room anymore.
A boy is thrown into a trash container from the future. In his frantic search for the exit, he runs into a misterious man, who will make him doubt the origin of his own existence.
Logic and imagination, fantasy and rationality. Victoria and Paula, mother and daughter. Two different worlds, distant, perhaps irreconcilable.
An unusual event will bring them toghether. Or will separate them forever.
The film documents the immediate days after a girl escapes an abusive relationship. Creeping out in the early morning she flees into the open desert. Heading as far as she can get, anywhere, just not there, not anymore.
Year 2065. Charly is a gray man in a world without hope dominated by large corporations, where everything has a price, even to rest without being besieged by publicity.
Charly habitually sleep in an old holographic booth, POLVOTRÓN 500, where you arrange so that nobody bothers.
One night he accidentally activated the resident sexual hologram, «Niky», without knowing that it is a new model with improved quantum intelligence …
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