A man and woman share a telephone line and despise each other, but then he has fun by romancing her with his voice disguised.
As a young girl in Japan, Nagiko's father paints characters on her face, and her aunt reads to her from "The Pillow Book", the diary of a 10th-century lady-in-waiting. Nagiko grows up, obsessed with books, papers, and writing on bodies.
The true life events of four friends come to screen with a story of self-discovery, pain of friendship, love of loss.
With a war on and most men being drafted, Howard Oil Supply Company has no salesmen left. So daughter Jean hits the road and does not make one sale. She finally gets one tentative sale with the Black Hills Oil Co., but Earl wants dinner with her. With the shortage of housing due to the war, Jean needs a military husband to get a place to stay in Clayfield, which is next to Camp Clay. She gets Lt. Mallory to act as her husband just to register. Then things go wrong as his commanding officer is there and believes them to be married. It gets worse as Don's mother shows up and then Jean's father.
“A comic subject, clear, bright and characteristic. Shows four girls in their night dresses, engaged in an animated pillow fight. During the action the pillows become torn, and the feathers fly over their heads and about the room in great numbers, producing with the white dresses and the black background a novel effect. Sharp, full of action, and popular in character.” (Edison Catalog)
Attorney Wayne Fletcher and his secretary are having an affair, so when Wayne's wife is found smothered to death, he becomes the prime suspect. As the police investigate the murder, a psychic with questionable motives tries to contact the deceased woman. Soon, Wayne begins seeing visions of his dead wife, and other people involved with the case begin to be killed, one by one.
A homeless woman named Florabelle becomes the unwitting guide to the streets for a New York social worker named Carrie who thinks she has lessons to offer the down-and-out clients she serves at the homeless shelter. Soon, however, Carrie realizes that she's the one who has much to learn.
Peanut Big Top has a really big surprise to share with all her Lalaloopsy friends, but Pillow Featherbed has gone missing. So the Lalaloopsy girls set out on an adventure, along with their pets, to find their friend. With lots of unexpected surprises and challenges, including an impending thunderstorm, the girls use creativity and their special talents, but nothing seems to work. Will they be able to find Pillow in time to see Peanut's exciting surprise? After trying almost everything, the girls realize that working together may be the only way to find their lost friend. This magical adventure is full of fun and friendship and it's just sew cute!
Pinku from 1971.
A young girl rescues a man from a suicide attempt. He turns out to be a sociopath, who begins to take over her life, abusing her both verbally and emotionally, yet she can't seem to tear herself away from him.
A group of children in a pillow fight.
Six friends are camping far away from civilization. They want to forget, to dream and have a good time. They discuss conformism and culture, politics, violence and the human condition, seeking answers to eternal questions: what are we, what is our fate as individuals and as part of a larger entity? Each of them carries his own 'pillow'. How much do we have to live behind us to really be away? Who do we take with us? What do we take with us?
An emo grocery bagger living with his divorced dad in a low-income apartment complex is gradually drawn into the bizarre world of pornographic fiction in this tale of teenage drama.
The Caged Pillows is a story about the way we’ve come to communicate, removing ourselves from human touch, alone but together
After being cuckolded, Morgan Midwood's life explodes. Turning to his ne'er-do-well best friend Nick, the two embark on an epic journey, tackling issues with women, family, a rogue drug dealer, and one revolutionary piece of furnishing.
A slumber party goes horribly wrong when the tables are turned.
A horror short film based on a suggestion from Stephen King.
The Extra Pillow is a saucy, quirky and awkwardly comic two-hander between Iain Lee and Maggie O'Neill
A girl inherits a string of industrial concerns that will become bankrupt by the inheritance tax unless the girl marries the son of the owner of a competing industrial concern.
The love story of Bai Feng Jiu and Dong Hua, that spans for three lifetimes.
Who’s your ideal boyfriend? You might find just the guy in Makura no Danshi. Each short episode features a different boy who will listen to you and hold you when you need it. Episodes are shown from the viewer’s point of view, and the boys all address the viewer personally. Listen to them talk about their day, then tell them about yours. All the boys have kind hearts and will make you feel special and loved. Each boy has a distinct background, age, and personality, sure to please any kind of viewer taste. Merry is a gentle brown-eyed boy with an open heart. Eiji Kijinami is a punk from your school who is really not as scary as people think. The shy Ryuushi Theodore Emori loves to watch the stars with you, getting lost in the night sky. There are other boys and personalities to discover.
The Golden Pillow is a 40-episode epic drama produced by the Television Corporation of Singapore in 1995.
A Pillow Case of Mystery is a 2006 Hong Kong detective-fantasy television drama starring Bobby Au-yeung as the titular character, Mr. Sze. Produced by Lam Chi-wah and edited by Lau Chi-wah, the drama is a TVB production. The original broadcast was on the TVB Jade network with 45-minute episodes airing five days a week from 31 January to 26 February 2006. The drama is set during the early 19th century Qing dynasty. Sze Sai-lun, the newly appointed magistrate of Kong-do County, accidentally encounters a spirit, enclosed in a magic pillow, who helps him solve cases. Due to the drama's popular success, a follow-up sequel, A Pillow Case of Mystery II was produced and was released in 2010.
A Pillow Case of Mystery II is a 2010 Hong Kong detective-fantasy television drama starring Bobby Au-yeung as the titular character, Mr. Sze. Produced by Lam Chi-wah and edited by Lee Yee-wah and Choi Suk-yin, the drama is a TVB production. The original broadcast was on the TVB Jade network with 45-minute episodes airing five days a week from 31 January to 6 August 2010. The two-hour finale was aired on Saturday, 7 August 2010. The drama is a direct sequel to A Pillow Case of Mystery, which aired in early 2006. Set in the early 19th century Qing dynasty, a year after the original, Sze Sai-lun meets a new pillow spirit, who convinces him to become the new magistrate for Sin-yau County.
The Pillow Head Hour was a one-hour block of E/I-compliant programming on the now-defunct Kids WB, featuring two half-hour series and framed by interstitial segments hosted by Pillow Head reporter Gisselle.
Pillow Talk is a Singaporean Chinese drama which will be telecast on Singapore's free-to-air channel, MediaCorp Channel 8. It made its debut on 2 April 2012. This drama serial consists of 21 episodes, and will be screened on every weekday night at 9:00 pm. This serial is a spin-off to the popular 2007 drama Mars Vs Venus. Award-winning director Chong Liung Man replaces Li Ning Qiang as executive producer of Pillow Talk since the latter has retired. The scriptwriter for both shows remain unchanged. On the other hand, cast members are largely different. Only Pierre Png remains as Huang Biren and Jesseca Liu have left MediaCorp while Tay Ping Hui was busy filming Rescue 995 and Unriddle 2.