At the end of 2012, France announced the withdrawal of its troops from Afghanistan after a decade of war. All the soldiers are happy with this news, except one unit, the Black Cats. Led by Chief Sergeant Dostali, the group will do everything to delay their repatriation for several weeks. The motivation for this choice is still obscure and is thwarted by the arrival of a French journalist, who came to cover the return of the troops. The story takes another turn when one of the black Cats suddenly disappears.
Chez Nous is a Canadian children's television series which aired on CBC Television in 1957.
La vie devant nous was the most popular teenage drama in France about a group of high school friends growing up, falling in love, fighting, dealing with troubles, exploring their sexuality and more.
Marième Ndiaye meets the people who have chosen to live in rural Quebec in the hopes of ensuring the future of their region by launching original development initiatives.
Viens jouer avec nous is a German television series.
Jérémie Larouche studies animals from a distinctly…human perspective!
A mysterious classmate leads four idealistic teens in a revolt against a rising tide of nationalistic fervor, but their movement takes a dark turn.
Hangin' with Mr. Cooper is an American television sitcom that originally aired on ABC from 1992 to 1997, starring Mark Curry and Holly Robinson. The show took place in Curry's hometown of Oakland, California. Hangin' with Mr. Cooper was produced by Jeff Franklin Productions, in association with Warner Bros. Television, and also became produced by Bickley-Warren Productions by the third season. The show originally aired on Tuesdays in prime time after sister series Full House. The show found its niche as an addition to the already successful TGIF Friday night lineup on ABC, and was part of the lineup from September 1993 to May 1996, before moving to Saturdays for its fifth and final season.
Our World War is a gripping factual drama series offering viewers first-hand experience of the extraordinary bravery of young soldiers fighting 100 years ago. Drawing on real stories of World War One soldiers it uses the visual techniques and imagery familiar from modern warfare – POV helmet camera footage, surveillance images and night vision – to immerse the BBC Three audience in life on the Western Front. Each episode is closely based on first-hand testimony, interviews and memoirs that reveal often hidden and sometimes disturbing aspects of the combat experience.