Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning autobiographical novel was adapted to film in 1962 by Horton Foote and the team of director Robert Mulligan and producer Alan J. Pakula. Set in a small 1930s Alabama town, the story focuses on scrupulously honest, highly respected lawyer Atticus Finch, magnificently embodied by Gregory Peck.
Gifted Eyad, a Palestinian Israeli boy, is given the chance to go to a prestigious Jewish boarding school in Jerusalem. As he desperately tries to fit in with his Jewish schoolmates and within Israeli society, Eyad develops a friendship with Jonathan, a boy suffering from muscular dystrophy, and gradually becomes part of the home Jonathan shares with his mother.
Elle has just gotten through breaking up with her girlfriend when her granddaughter Sage shows up needing 600 dollars before sundown. Elle and Sage spend the day trying to get their hands on the cash, as their unannounced visits to old friends and flames end up rattling skeletons and digging up secrets.