See full summary » When Nick Davis leaves prison after one year in solitaire, he is hired to operate forklift in a warehouse in the harbor owned by the Japanese Yakuza patriarch Isshin Tendo.
The place is assaulted by the Italian Mafia leaded by Dino Campanela and Nick rescues and saves the life of Shuji Sawamoto, who is the representative of Yakuza interests in America.
When the FBI discovers that Campanela is organizing a massive attack to destroy the Yakuza, Nick's boss Littman calls off the operation to leave the dirty work to the Italian Mafia.
But the connection of Nick with Shuji and his goddaughter Yuko forces him to help his Japanese family.
Karen and Wes's marriage is crumbling apart - like a sandcastle. See full summary » Reluctantly Bill agrees to spend a weekend on his brother-in-law's boat in the Bahamas.
In Iraq, for example, both groups express virtually universal belief in God and the Prophet Muhammad, and similar percentages (82% of Shias and 83% of Sunnis) say religion is very important in their lives.
Iran and Iraq are two of only a handful of countries that have more Shias than Sunnis.
While it is widely assumed that Iraq has a Shia majority, there is little reliable data on the exact Sunni-Shia breakdown of the population there, particularly since refugees arriving in Iraq due to the conflict in Syria or leaving Iraq due to its own turmoil may have affected the composition of Iraq’s population.
But he and his wife are not the only invited passengers, and instead of a few relaxing days at sea ...
See full summary » In this scathing and subversive social comedy, life in post riot Los Angeles is dissected under the sardonic eye of John Boyz, an unemployed thirty nothing flounderer on Venice Beach who is...