The barefooted, bad-tempered baby brigade

By Deborah Diesen, Illustrated by Tracy Dockray (Tricycle Press – 2010)

A crowd of cranky and angry babies march on the street to the city hall. On the stage of the city hall, they shout revolting words against their parents in audience. But happily babies receive lovely ending.



Fools rush in

Directed by Andy Tennant (1997)

A businessman from New York lives in Las Vegas to manage his constricting project. He meets a Mexican girl in Las Vegas and they spent time together that cursed of their cultural crash.



Taken from me: The Tiffany Rubin Story

Directed by Gary Harvey (2011) /Lifetime

Based on dramatic true story of Tiffany Robin. Her son is abducted by his biological Korean-American father and taken from his home in Queens, New York, all the way to Soul, South Korea. Tiffany decides to search her son in South Korea and to take him back to home even under risky political situation.


The other end of the line

Directed by James Dodson (2008)

Without knowing that Customer Service of an American Credit Company automatically connects to India, an American  young man attempts to have a date with the charming voiced lady on the other end of the calling-line. Their date is set up to meet in San Francisco, and the lady flies out for fun from Mumbai, India.