When Kate is about to head off to college, her parents decide it’s time to put down their beloved old dog, Buddy. She does everything she can to prevent the inevitable, but must ultimately come to terms with losing her childhood pet and beginning this next chapter of her life.
A man wakes up in a mansion with no recollection of how he got there. A mysterious figure helps him face his inner demons.
A young woman named Emma leaves the city for the countryside during a pandemic. She is escaping from the virus, but she is also attempting to leave behind painful memories of her husband, Johnny, who was recently killed by a police officer. Emma arrives in the rural setting of her childhood only to run into Lorenz, a strange vagabond who claims to have access to powerful magic that can help her. Connecting through loss and music, the odd pair overcome their differences to form a unique bond that will alter her life drastically, though not in any way she could have imagined.
Frederick feels like he never gets what he wants and always has to do chores and work, which nobody appreciates. When his piggy bank, Jenny, magically comes to life, she begins helping Frederick make money to solve his problems. At first, it looks like Jenny is sincere and helpful, but some things are not as they appear to be.
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