Daniel Lefebvre is the director of a kindergarten in Hernaing, near Valenciennes, in the north of France. A miner's son, he is passionate about his teaching in a region that was once prosperous but is now plagued by unemployment. Backed by a devoted and highly competent teaching staff, Daniel works with the children to awaken their curiosity and self-expression and stimulate their creativity. One evening, a mother, Mrs. Henry, is late in picking up her daughter, Laetitia. Bending over to kiss her child, she collapses, dead drunk, in the schoolyard. Overcome with shame, she flees, leaving Laetitia and her baby brother...
Juan and Carmen are a modest couple living in Madrid. She is a housewife and he works as an electrician at a film studio. Their dreams of the good life come true when they win a competition sponsored by a brand of soap. The prize goes to the happy couple: for 24 hours the winning couple receives all sorts of invitations and gifts. However, precisely on that same day, Juan must solve two serious problems of which Carmen has no knowledge.
An organ grinder going by the nickname of El Rubio sees his handle being confiscated due to not having the right documentation. He sets out on an odyssey riddled with misfortunes to try and find a piece like the one taken from him, no matter what the cost, so that he can get back to work.
Carlos goes to visit his girlfriend at work in a psychiatric hospital. The director introduces him to his niece, who is obsessed with playing the harp, and a patient who repeats what Carlos says word for word. Nothing is what it seems to be in the asylum.
The Outsiders: The Complete Novel focuses on the class struggles between two groups of Oklahoma teenagers during the 1960s. In 1983, Francis Ford Coppola's film of S.E. Hinton's novel struck a powerful chord with audiences, capturing the intense feelings of being caught between childhood and adulthood, and not belonging anywhere. Decades later, Coppola revisited the film and reintegrated 22 minutes of character-enriching footage, including a new beginning and ending more true to the book. A rousing new rock-n-roll soundtrack featuring six songs from Elvis Presley and other music greats make this version of The Outsiders one of movie history's great rediscoveries.
Unsure of herself, two months pregnant and feeling trapped, Natalie Ravenna leaves her sleeping husband a note and drives away from her Long Island home one rainy morning to find herself.