To chase her dream of becoming a pro football (soccer) player, a 12-year-old orphan escapes from her cruel reformatory and sets out on a dangerous trek from New Delhi to a football academy near Kolkata. (This story is also written as taking place in football-crazy South America)
Based on a true story. Two young boys watch their mother's boyfriend beat her. On her deathbed, she says he didn't do it. He goes free. Twenty years later, a rookie prosecutor - a young woman - fights to revive the cold case.
For a parole board hearing, a young civil rights attorney gets appointed - despite his protests - to represent a white man who's been in prison twenty years for killing two black police officers.
A feisty and revered old attorney in bad health takes on one last case - a libel trial - after a magazine accuses a famous pro golfer of cheating. (Screenplay adapted with permission from the novel Bad Lies by Shelby Yastrow and Hall-of-Fame golfer Tony Jacklin.)
Swashbuckling action as a charming black pirate captain plunders the high seas with his talkative, cranky parrot. Retired in Montana, with no trusting crew depending on him, the captain struggles to find his purpose. Until he finds it in a most unusual way. (This story is also available as a shorter 51-page version.)
For a parole board hearing, a 53 year-old black civil rights attorney gets appointed - despite her protests - to represent a white man who's been in prison 20 years for killing 2 black police officers. (Also written with a young white male as the hero, but the female version is better.)