Emma is a young and beautiful graduate student just starting a new life in New York City. Like most people her age, she is always connected – her phone and laptop are constant companions, documenting her most intimate moments. What she doesn’t realize is that she’s sharing her life with an uninvited and dangerous guest. A hacker is following Emma’s every move. When the voyeuristic thrill of watching her digitally isn’t enough, the situation escalates to a dangerous and terrifying level.
After a cavalry group is massacred by the Cheyenne, only two survivors remain: Honus, a naive private devoted to his duty, and Cresta, a young woman who had lived with the Cheyenne two years and whose sympathies lie more with them than with the US government. Together, they must try to reach the cavalry’s main base camp. As they travel onward, Honus is torn between his growing affection for Cresta.
A peace-loving man named Ben Kane takes a job as deputy marshal of Lords, in the old West. Kane is no lawman, but he accepts the badge because he has an old score to settle with the town’s chief trouble-maker. Once on the job, Kane must also deal with a young sharpshooter named Billy Young and a sharp and sassy saloon dancer, Lily.
The Charismatic black nationalist leader Rev Deke O’Malley is trying to sell the people of Harlem a dream. Invest $100 in his company and live in Africa. But cops Gravedigger and Coffin know all about Deke and his fraudulent schemes that take advantage of the poor and the ignorant and can’t wait for a chance to expose him.
In this special documentary that inspired a two-season television series, scientists and other experts speculate about what the Earth, animal life, and plant life might be like if, suddenly, humanity no longer existed, as well as the effect humanity’s disappearance might have on the artificial aspects of civilization.
As the 2011 Occupy Wall Street movement rages, Robert and John, two New York investment bankers who are angered by the noise, smell and hassle of the protests venture into the park to let the “One Percent” be heard through their own counter movement, Occupy Occupy Wall Street.