We follow the two Texas doctors who invented the modern breast implant and its surgical procedure. However, when success and money come their way, they split up and follow different paths. One becomes the surgeon of the everyday woman while the other's career freefalls and has to settle with strippers and actresses. The film covers their history, and their invention's, from the sixties until today
Masao (Kokone Sasaki) was once famous for having supernatural powers, but she now lives as a prostitute. Her special power is to know when a person will die by touching them. Masao has sex with men about to die. One day, a man named Tachibana (Shima Ohnishi) appears in front of her and expresses his wish to film her. In reality, Tachibana wants to take revenge on her. His wife killed herself after learning from Masao that she would die. Tachibana though becomes attracted to Masao.
Meredith Baxter plays Joyce Wadler in this heartwarming story of hope, courage and redemption inspired by the New York City journalist's real-life struggle with breast cancer. Stuck in a lackluster relationship with her boyfriend, she's forced to re-examine her life when she receives the troubling diagnosis.
An episodic meditation on a woman's breast - from feeding to cancer.
Mario works in an ointment company. He spends most of his time flirting with office girls or sucking up to the boss's son. The moment he catches sight of Yuki, a pretty woman who newly joins the company, he makes a bet that he will win her heart.
Japanese softcore erotica
Sayo is running a travelling BDSM show with her husband, where she plays the bottom, and gets increasingly bored with her life. During their tour in Kyoto, they are arranged by a well-off couple who ask for a private show, without knowing that they will eventually be forced for the "real thing".
Pinku from 1965.
Pornographers make an Oscar-worthy drama when the director writes a great script and inspires his talent-handicapped cast and crew to deliver great performances.
A first time documentary filmmaker offers a compelling insight into a devastating reality of breast cancer, as seen through the eyes of several female patients helping demystify the disease while painting poignant and often humorous intimate portraits of survival.
Four strikingly different women undergo treatment at a comprehensive breast center presided over by the inimitable and searingly honest veteran surgeon Dr. Lauren Schnaper. She believes that fear, ignorance, and pink-ribbon culture are fueling an explosive rate of unnecessary mastectomies in America. Blending medical archival footage with extensive 'collateral damage' suffered by our four women - repeated loss of implants, blood infections caused by multiple surgical procedures, cosmetic nipple exchanges, reactions to cadaver's skin that is used to house breast implants - we learn that breast reconstruction post-mastectomy is no 'boob job.' As Dr. Schnaper advocates breast conservation and debunks breast cancer myths, so the myth of St. Agatha, the Sicilian martyred saint of the breast, offers a commentary on our own confused contemporary moment.
An idol group called "Live un veil" has been formed. The members are Nagisa, Nanami and Kaede, and a tour with fans to a southern island has been announced. All TVs and magazines pick it up and a lot of fans apply for it. The main character is Ryou. One day, he receives a parcel, which includes a film, an envelope and some erotic swimsuits for girls. "What is it!?" He opens the envelope, and finds a ticket to the tour and a letter. It says, "If you take a photo using this film, their libido will become uncontrollable...." "Does this mean take a photo of the idols and make them wear these erotic swimsuits?" But he is more interested in taking part in the tour because he also applied for it. He doesn't care if the film is fake or not. "Great! I'll spend a happy time with them!" Like this, he participates in the tour...
This in-depth program by Dr. Edward Domanskis, one of the country's foremost plastic surgeons, reveals the benefits and realities of cosmetic breast surgery. Domanskis performs breast augmentation with an uplift and a mastopexy (full breast) uplift as a narrator explains the procedures. Numerous before-and-after photos follow patients from pre-surgery through the post-recovery period.
Young married couple Rob and Laura move to the peaceful, friendly town of Breastford and right away are made to feel at home by the welcoming members of the Breastford Womens Association. They soon realize that something is amiss, and they discover the reason: Doc Brady, the town's mayor, has invented a device that, at the push of a button, turns women into insatiable, sex-crazed robots.
A man and wife are sucked into a whirlpool (in the wife's case, hot tub) of supernatural sex by a trio of randy, well-endowed witches.
The supernatural shenanigans of the busty spell-casters from "Witches of Breastwick" continue in this sexy sequel that finds an ancient curse affecting an average husband because of the long-ago actions of an ancestor.
Pregnant bodies are easier for society to accommodate. What follows birth is a different, messier story. Through new and honest ways, with a wide range of frank, difficult, revealing interviews, BREAST MILK follows the lives of breastfeeding women and addresses the many questions around breast milk.
It’s no secret—breastfeeding can challenge even the most confident parents. Now, show them how it’s done with our best-selling Better Breastfeeding DVD. Through step-by-step instructions and lifelike 3D animation, you can teach new parents the keys to breastfeeding success, including how to achieve an asymmetrical latch, which holds and positions are best, and how to maintain healthy milk production. Better Breastfeeding gives new parents the solutions they need—and the motivation—to provide their baby with the best start possible!
The Breast Darn Show in Town is an Australian comedy event created and executive produced by the Comedy Channel programming director Darren Chau, with Claire Haugh and Entourage Marketing & Events, in aid of the National Breast Cancer Foundation. Filmed at the Melbourne Town Hall, the format features a range of television, film, and comedic performers including Rebel Wilson, Mick Molloy, Hannah Gadsby, Celia Pacquola, Jordan Raskopoulos, Sam Simmons, Tom Ballard, Fiona O'Loughlin, Dave Thornton, Toby Truslove, Claire Hooper, Cal Wilson, Felicity Ward, Denise Scott and Mark Mitchell as Con the Fruiterer. The first special was hosted by Julia Morris premiered on the Comedy Channel on November 1, 2009. The second special was hosted by Grant Denyer and Corinne Grant and premiered on the Comedy Channel on November 5, 2010.
Sin Senos no hay Paraíso is a RTI Colombia–Telemundo remake and loose adaptation of the original Colombian series Sin Tetas No Hay Paraíso. The series is based on investigative journalist Gustavo Bolivar's debut novel and features an attractive young prostitute who desires to have massive breast implants in order to attract a rich cocaine smuggler. It is also based on a true story. The series premiered on June 16, 2008;
Without Breasts There Is No Paradise was the working title of an NBC drama series produced by Universal Media Studios which was to be adapted from a 2006 Colombian telenovela called Sin Tetas No Hay Paraíso. However, with the departure of NBC Entertainment chairman Ben Silverman in 2009, it never came to air or even went beyond having a pilot filmed.
In Edo period of Japan, a clan known as the Manyuu, with ability of a sword strike that could shrink the size of a woman's breasts. This might not seem like an ability that could rule a land, but their large breasts, denote status, wealth, fame, and influence.
A woman decides to become a "pre-paid" prostitute to raise the required money for a surgery to increase her breast size, and that way, change her poor-life-style, her present and her future.