Rose is a 2012 British thriller film directed by Kemal Yildirim. The film had its world premiere on 15 May 2012 at the London Independent Film Festival and was released to DVD on 20 May 2014 in the United States with other territories to follow. The film stars Helen Clifford as Rose, a drug addict and prostitute trying to raise her daughter Ellie, successfully, and is based upon Yildirim's 2008 short film by the same name which screened at Cannes, and resulted in his being encouraged to expand the short into a feature film.
After being diagnosed with serious health issues, ex-cop Rose Jones (Cybill Shepherd), goes on a road trip in a wheelchair to search for her estranged son. Along the way, she falls in love with Max (James Brolin), a handsome old cowboy, who has come to a crossroads of his own.
Defend humanity from the Chimera Virus as the new leader of Japan’s covert military agency (ACID) in Dark Rose Valkyrie! Featuring work from “Tales of” scenario writer Takumi Miyajima and “Tales of” character designer Kosuke Fujishima, this real-time combat, action-packed RPG will have you battling enemies that change in form and strength as darkness sets. But that’s not all, a traitor is in your midst! Use a visual-novel interview system to find them out and strengthen the Valkyrie Force and save the world.
Musical fans, we’re calling you, oo-oo-oo, oo-oo-oo! Howard Keel and Ann Blyth (who would later team for Kismet) play stalwart Mountie and backwoods hellion in this grand color and CinemaScope version of the beloved operetta. Filmed largely on location in the Canadian Rockies, Rose Marie combines a charming tale of a tomboy becoming a lady with two love triangles, a murder mystery, settler-vs.-Indian strife and glorious music, including four of the original stage production’s tunes: "Rose Marie," "The Indian Love Call," "The Mounties" and in a knockout production number staged by Busby Berkeley, "Totem Tom Tom." Another highlight: Bert Lahr’s comic turn warbling "The Mountie Who Never Got His Man."