Betrayed and abandoned by her boyfriend on wedding day, Kalina has decided to open unusual business that will once and for all solve problems of male fidelity. She decided to help women testing loyalty of their partners. Everything goes well until Kalina has to seduce Maciej – coach and specialist in female - male affairs. His wife Beata suspects that he is cheating on her and wants to have irrefutable evidence. Kalina, knowing class “opponent” starts working with redoubled energy, but this time all her plan goes wrong. Maciej is not like other man whom were easily caught cheating.
Tips fra Bertil er en samling sketsjer med Robert Gustafsson som ikke har vært utgitt tiligere! Inneholder bl.a. sketsjene: -Classe Ekman reportasje -Bertil order med juletre, stapper pølse og drikker gløgg -Sumobryting -Stefan om det svenske skilandslaget -Det rene kjøkkenet -Bonusmaterial
Helpful hints on making life easier from the pages of adult comic Viz are brought to life by Vic Reeves and Bob Mortimer. Save money by filling a glass with marmite and topping it with shaving foam. It makes a convincing pint of stout and has the advantage of tasting nicer.
A Chilean couple, Tomás and Helena, living in Barcelona in the grip of a heat wave receive an unexpected visitor: Sandra, the girlfriend of Helena’s recently deceased younger brother. Nymph-like Sandra is in no hurry to leave and slowly manages to wind both Tomas and Helena around her little finger. Tomas is trying to finish his self-help book in spite of his writers’ block and Helena can’t get her dead brother out of her mind. Sandra provides a welcome distraction, and soon becomes the object of the couples desire. With relationship boundaries blurred, passions are ignited in this erotic arthouse drama. ~ sydneylatinofilmfestival.org
Professional golfer David Leadbetter uses his twenty-five-plus years of experience on the green to help players of all abilities lower their scores and streamline their game. In working with such top golfers as Ernie Els, Nick Faldo, and Greg Norman, Leadbetter has uncovered some of the most effective means of helping golfers realize their true potential ever. Now home viewers can get the same instruction as the professionals as Leadbetter brings his illuminating lessons home with this release that covers the tee to the green and virtually everything in between.
Welcome to the world of a national obsession and a place where people say 'orf' instead of 'off'. Tea connoisseurs will benefit from the six golden tips for making the perfect cuppa, as well as countless other handy hints (never store your tea next to cheese, for example). There's an assessment of the pros and cons of various teapots and words of wisdom about the tea bush itself. Slightly grotesque methods for producing tea en masse are demonstrated - it was wartime, after all - and tea had to be produced by the oceanful. As such, there are some top tips for cleaning that hard-to-reach tap in your tea urn. Remember: "a dirty tap means dirty tea".
Embark on the fabulous Oriental adventure.
A professional decorator shares his secrets for a perfectly trimmed Christmas tree.
Using boxing as a metaphor, methods of dealing with enemy tanks are discussed.
Assistant TV commercial director Choi Bo-Na is tasked with doing anything and everything at work. Due to overwork her appearance is always a complete mess, she also hasn't dated in many years.
The film generally regarded as Japan’s first true musical was also the first film made entirely in-house by the pioneering studio P.C.L., a company founded specifically to take advantage of emergent sound technology. P.C.L. worked in collaboration with a brewer’s firm, Dai Nihon Biru, who met the production costs of the film in full, and whose products are featured in the film in an example of the sophisticated and modern merchandising typical of the studio’s early work. The film is partially set in a beer hall, and its story concerns a beer seller at a train station and her relationship with a music student trying to create a hit song. Director Sotoji Kimura was to become a company stalwart, making such films as Ino and Mon, while actress Sachiko Chiba would emerge the studio’s first real star, appearing in such films as Wife Be Like a Rose.
Lloyd and Harry are two men whose stupidity is really indescribable. When Mary, a beautiful woman, loses an important suitcase with money before she leaves for Aspen, the two friends (who have found the suitcase) decide to return it to her. After some "adventures" they finally get to Aspen where, using the lost money they live it up and fight for Mary's heart.
Finger Tips is a television programme produced by RDF Media's Children's production division, The Foundation. It is made primarily for CITV and was broadcast from 3 September 2001 until 14 December 2008. The Finger Tips presenters were Stephen Mulhern series 1-4, and Fearne Cotton series 1-3. The show is about creating things out of household items and aimed at a child audience. The programme manager is Wendy Larkin. The programme is recorded at The Maidstone Studios in Kent, former home to TVS Television and countless quality children's programming. There are different categories: ⁕Finger Tips Top Make: A major project, normally at the start of the show ⁕Food Finger Tips: Easy cooking and baking recipes ⁕Fun Finger Tips: Self-made games ⁕Little Finger Tips: Items made for making over odds and ends from around the home ⁕Makeover Finger Tips: Basically the same as "Little Finger Tips"- replaced it in later shows "Top Make" and "Little" or "Make-Over Finger Tips" featured in every show, and "Fun" and "Food Tips" were usually in alternate shows. There were also more specialised categories which ran briefly. "Fizzics Finger-Tips"- Fun science experiments "Cryptic Finger-Tips"- A special series on code-breakers "Green Finger-Tips"- Plant-related projects "Techno Finger-Tips"- Projects using a computer
Daily Tips for Modern Living is a six-episode comedy television series which aired across Canada in 1998 on CBC Television. Greg Thomey portrayed Ernie Post, a caricature of a lifestyle program host. The show was conceived as a satire of Martha Stewart Living, with up to six sketches per episode. The half-hour programs were produced by Salter Street Films in mid-1997 at Halifax, Nova Scotia. Writers for the show were Mark Farrell, Christian Murray, Tim Steeves and Greg Thomey. Matt Gallagher was the series director.
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