Movie Results For: Beyond the Hills
Beyond the Mountains and Hills (2017)
Starring: Alon Pdut, Mili Eshet, Shiree Nadav-Naor, Noam Imber, Yoav Rothman
David is discharged from the army after serving for 27 years. He returns to his home and family after being distanced from them for years, and tries to find himself in his new civilian life. He believes that, like his friends who retired from the military before him, he too will find his way in some managerial position in the private sector, but he has difficulties adapting to the pace of the “new Israel”, a competitive culture obsessed with success and money.
Beyond the Hills (2012)
Starring: Cosmina Stratan, Cristina Flutur, Valeriu Andriuta, Dana Tapalaga, Catalina Harabagiu, Gina Tandura, Vica Agache, Nora Covali, Luminița Gheorghiu, Dionisie Vitcu, Ionut Ghinea, Liliana Mocanu, Doru Ana, Costache Babii, Alina Berzunteanu, Teodor Corban, Calin Chirila, Cristina Cristian, Tania Popa, Petronela Grigorescu, Radu Zetu, Ion Sapdaru, Diana Chirila Ignat, Liana Petrescu, Alexandra Agavriloaiei, Alexandra Apetrei, Noemi Gunea, Katia Pascariu, Mara Carutasu, Cristina Mihailescu, Cerasela Iosifescu, Ada Barleanu, Mariana Liurca, Gheorghe Ifrim, Mircea Florin Jr., Marian Adochitei, Ecaterina Tugulea, Nicoleta Lefter, Andreea Bosneag, Adrian Acuta
A drama centered on the friendship between two young women who grew up in the same orphanage; one has found refuge at a convent in Romania and refuses to leave with her friend, who now lives in Germany.
Beyond the Hills (1950)
Starring: Ryô Ikebe, Yûji Hori, Setsuko Wakayama, Rieko Sumi, Chieko Soma, Reikichi Kawamura, Haruo Tanaka, Minoru Chiaki, Kamatari Fujiwara, Daisuke Inoue, Suzuko Takayama, Yukiko Shimazaki, Tamae Kiyokawa, Sadako Sawamura, Hisako Takihana, Chôko Iida
Adaptation of a novel by Yojiro Ishizaka, originally released in two parts.
Beyond the Green Hills (1963)
Starring: Sayuri Yoshinaga, Mitsuo Hamada, Midori Tashiro, Hideki Takahashi, Arihiro Fujimura, Tanie Kitabayashi, Bokuzen Hidari, Masao Oda, Masao Shimizu, Masao Mishima, Shôbun Inoue, Hiroshi Kondô, Tsutomu Shimomoto, Toyo Takahashi, Zenji Yamada, Zeko Nakamura, Reiko Arai, Kayo Matsuo, Masaru Kamiyama, Tsuchiyasu Kinohara, Kazuo Kinugasa, Hiroshi Chô, Minoru Takashima, Izumi Ashikawa, Yôko Minamida, Hideaki Nitani, Jun Hamamura, Taiji Tonoyama
Shinko Terasawa (Sayuri Yoshinaga) was always considered to be the odd ball of the bunch. At a time when romance was against school regulations, Shinko was the first to take a bite out of the forbidden fruit. Expelled from her former school, she finds herself in an all-girls school in Jokamachi, where rumors fly. One day, Shinko delivers an anonymous love letter addressed to her English teacher, Ms. Shimazaki. Convinced that the students are playing a prank, Ms. Shimazaki is adamant about getting to the bottom of this "problem”.
Beyond the Purple Hills (1950)
Starring: Gene Autry, Champion, Jo-Carroll Dennison, Don Beddoe, James Millican, Don Reynolds, Hugh O'Brian, Roy Gordon, Harry Harvey, Pat Buttram
In a typical western (movie) town (possibly described as 'hick' by someone who possibly hasn't seen the film) Gene Autry and his friend Jack Beaumont are present when the bank is robbed and Sheriff Whiteside is killed. Judge Beaumont, Jack's father, appoints Gene the new sheriff. When Jack learns that his father is making a new will in his disfavor, they quarrel and Jack leaves under suspicious circumstances. Rocky Morgan who has been swindling the judge murders him and Gene has to jail his friend, who thinks Gene is double crossing him. But Gene has a plan to clear Jack.