The Black GateDavid and Sarah are brother and sister. They haven’t seen each other since they have been separated younger, after their parent’s death in mysterious circumstances. When they get back together after years, scars from the past are still here but they have started a new life. Sarah finished her studies of archeology and David became a fitness teacher. During their metting Sarah confess that she contacted him for something. She received a parcel from their uncle, Simon Vallmore, last member or their family still alive. Inside, there is an strange occult book in a unknown language. To translate those enigmatics sentences of this old book of spells to understand those strange dreams beetwen past and futur, Sarah asks David to go with her to their uncle house to find the answers… In same time, three gangsters, after an hold-up, are trying to cross the border. Soon, all of them are going to be stuck in a terrible situation whose going to lead them until depths of hell."" HappylandIn the Philippines, only a few young rich kids from exclusive schools play football, and only as part of the curriculum. Filipinos are basketball fanatics, and the most rabid can be found in slums communities like these. If the Philippines is a basketball country, then Tondo is its capital. Here, basketball is almost a religion -- there are more basketball courts than churches. But Father Jose had this crazy belief that football is the right sports for Filipinos, most especially the poor. Together with his co-pastor, and a young football coach, Father Jose began picking out boys from the street. Kids who were living dangerous, even violent, lives played for the team not because of choice -- but more because of hope. Hope of escaping what seemed an inescapable destiny. This is the story of their battle -- on, and off, the field. The story of the legendary barefoot players of Tondo. Will they win?