Min-Soo is a playboy who can't tolerate long term relationships. However, fate takes him to beautiful Hye-Won. While, Min-Soo becomes totally captivated by Hye-Won, Hye-Woon tries to resist Min-Soo, fearing their love will be shortened by her terminal illness.
Quite by accident, a film director arrives in town a day early. With time to kill before his lecture, he stops by a restored palace and meets a fledgling artist. She’s never seen any of his films, but knows he’s famous. They talk, they go to her workshop to look at her paintings, and they have sushi and soju. More conversation follows, along with more drinks, and then an awkward get-together with friends where all sorts of secrets are revealed. All the while, they may or may not be falling for each other. Then, quite unexpectedly, we begin again, but now things appear somewhat different. An uncanny romantic comedy, RIGHT NOW, WRONG THEN is a deliciously intricate masterwork from filmmaker Hong Sangsoo.
Not Now, Comrade tells the story of Rudi, a Russian ballet star who defects to the West, and the chaos that befalls those who try to help him... not least London stripper Barbara, with whom he decides to take refuge!
During World War II, two French civilians and a downed British Bomber Crew set out from Paris to cross the demarcation line between Nazi-occupied Northern France and the South. From there they will be able to escape to England. First, they must avoid German troops - and the consequences of their own blunders.
Centers around four friends who met while in high school and are bonded by an event that happens. Fifteen years later, they are suddenly forced to all come back together when one of them faces a crisis.
Story about five people who wanted something so badly that they’ll do anything, even to deal with the devil. As they finally get what they want, no one has mentioned that their dream will cost them their lives.
This acclaimed documentary follows the story of six people who are determined to end the sufferings in Sudan's war-ravaged Darfur. The six - an American activist, an international prosecutor, a Sudanese rebel, a sheikh, a leader of the World Food Program and an internationally known actor - demonstrate the power of how one individual can create extraordinary changes.
When a pop-star cousin comes to stay, a family's once normal life changes drastically.
A critical documentary that captures the terror of unnamable loss shouldered by twenty-first century descendants of slaves.
Jordy Smith stormed onto the World Tour with no apologies and no prisoners. Since first pulling on a 'Smith' jersey, he's cried after home victories (J-Bay), accomplished personal goals (winning outside South Africa, in Rio), clocked 10s (everywhere) and shown us all how endearing the transition from cocky benchwarmer to graceful batsman can really be. Watching all 6'3" of him hospitalise a beachbreak end section or man-handle a Cloudbreak freight train with equal panache will steal your breath.
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In the colorful and exciting world of the Baguio music scene, Garie and Rocky share the perfect romance. Garie is a backup singer, while Rocky is a keyboardist they are members of a band that is all set to go to Japan for a contractual gig. Happily in love and brimming with dreams of a future together, Garie and Rocky believe that nothing can come between them; not even the fact that Rocky comes from one of Baguio’s richest and oldest clans, while that Garie only has humble roots. They exchange promises that no matter what happens, they will not let anything get in the way of their love.
Felipe has come to a crossroads. After 16 years in Brooklyn, working three low-paying jobs and collecting bottles on the street in his spare time and sending the bulk of his earnings home to his family in Mexico, he's decided to return to his wife and the children he hasn't seen in almost two decades. But when he informs his family of his homecoming, he discovers that they've squandered the money, are deeply in debt and don't want him to return. They need him to stay in the US, continuing to earn. Shot over two years in the heart of Brooklyn's immigrant community, "I'm Leaving Now" is a searingly intimate portrait of one undocumented worker on the margins.
Hanka is a young woman who suddenly abandons her stable life for no obvious reason, and undertakes a trip without any clear destination, meeting strangers on her way. At the same time, her boyfriend desperately tries to find her.
On his 25th birthday, Tom is blindfolded and must choose his mate, from other women who were born on the same day, solely on the sound of her voice. After his selection, he forms a mental image of what she must look like. But this mental image is different from the women he actually chose. He then splits his time, eyes open with his official choice, and eyes closed with his mental choice. If this sounds like a major relationship dilemma, it is. An astounding, original take on a love story.
Sequel of He's in Army Now. The film has received four awards at the Antalya Golden Orange.
Kenzo creative directors Carol Lim and Humberto Leon have tapped American independent filmmaker Gregg Araki, one of the leading lights of the New Queer Cinema movement, to write and direct an original short film featuring the brand's fall collections for men and women.
Cry Now follows the electrifying sexy encounters between Vincent, a street poster artist, and Luzy, a tattoo designer. But Sofia, Vincent's obsessive ex-girlfriend, is not ready to let go.
High school friends TJ, Sarah, and Jenny reunite years after high school graduation to host the extravagant Nella's bachelorette party. When the seemingly timid evening ends in disaster and with the bride nowhere in sight, the girls, along with the future sister-in-law, must devise a plan to find Nella and reveal the truth. In Speak Now, loyalties are tested along with the ability to grow in a stagnant relationship. The girls are soon to learn when enough is enough.
A hipster couple reunites in Vienna and travel to Morocco.
Seven has started promoting the biggest TV judging panel ever – 99 judges joining captain Ronan Keating on All Together Now. With 100 judges, a six-storey high set and Julia Zemiro as host, it doesn’t get any bigger. Headed up by singing superstar Ronan Keating, The 100 is made up of singers and industry professionals with big voices and even bigger opinions.
In this digital series, delve into the lives of the 90 Day Fiancé couples that we never got to see past their “I do’s.”
Pro Football Now is a 30 minute program that discussess the issues and games in the NFL. It can be seen on most of the Comcast SportsNet stations.
Hawaii News Now is the name of the news department shared by three television stations in Honolulu, Hawaii: CBS affiliate KGMB, MyNetworkTV affiliate KFVE and NBC affiliate KHNL. The newscasts are produced by Raycom Media, which owns KGMB and KHNL and operates KFVE through a shared services agreement.
Now with Alex Wagner is a political opinion program on MSNBC presented by progressive host Alex Wagner. The show debuted on November 14, 2011 and airs on weekdays at noon ET.
What to Eat Now is a six-part series, broadcast on BBC Two and presented by chef Valentine Warner. The basic message behind the series is that people should eat food that is in season. The series has covered autumnal foods, both meats such as rabbit and pigeon, and fruits and vegetables and fungi, including apples, pears, pumpkins, chicory, beetroot and truffle as part of the series. The programme was first broadcast on 15 September 2008. In looking at apples, the show visited Benedictine monks, and talked about how they could find the best apples to make a dish called "apple charlotte". In looking at beetroot, the show visited a farmer who practiced biodynamic farming, believing that the phases of the moon could affect plant growth. The show travelled to Lindisfarne to illustrate mussel catching. Warner has also published two books entitled "What to Eat Now" and "What to Eat Now - More Please!" to accompany the series'. A second series was broadcast in 2009.
Now You See It is an American television game show created by Frank Wayne for Mark Goodson-Bill Todman Productions. Two seasons were produced, and both aired on CBS. The first season ran from April 1, 1974 until June 13, 1975, and was hosted by Jack Narz. The second season ran from April 3 until July 14, 1989 and was emceed by veteran Los Angeles news anchor Chuck Henry. Johnny Olson was the original announcer, with Gene Wood substituting on occasion. Los Angeles disc jockey Mark Driscoll announced for the first month of the 1989 season, with Don Morrow replacing him for the remainder of the run. Although several tweaks to the game were made over the time Now You See It was on the air, the core format remained the same. Contestants competed to find words on a grid that was similar to a word search puzzle that served as answers to questions asked by the host.
Catch Me Now is a TVB modern action series broadcast in April 2008.
Where Are They Now? is a show hosted by Lydia Shum in 2006, and was shown on TVB in 2006, as well as on Fairchild TV in Canada in 2007 and 2008. Throughout the 32 episodes, Lydia Shum travelled to Taiwan, Japan, USA, and Canada to interview popular celebrities of the 1960s in Hong Kong and Taiwan. Most of these celebrities have now emigrated to foreign countries.
So What Now? was a BBC comedy starring comedian Lee Evans. Evans co-wrote it with Stuart Silver and Peter Tilbury. It aired on BBC1 from 26 March 2001 until 22 May 2001, with only one series of eight episodes being broadcast.
Where Are They Now? is a television show that airs on Australia's Seven Network. It is hosted by Melissa Doyle and David Koch, the main presenters of Seven's breakfast television program Sunrise.
See It Now is an American newsmagazine and documentary series broadcast by CBS from 1951 to 1958. It was created by Edward R. Murrow and Fred W. Friendly, Murrow being the host of the show. From 1952 to 1957, See It Now won four Emmy Awards and was nominated three other times. It also won a 1952 Peabody Award, which cited its