Kido Tatsuhiko moved to Tokyo to attend an art school and start his new life. In his new room, there\'s a small hole in the wall. At first he can see nothing through the small hole, but one night, through the peeping hole, he saw a girl named Ikuno Emiru, a perverted voyeur who ropes him into her peeping fetish... But each winds up getting more than they bargained for.
Ana has just been dumped by her boyfriend Manuel. While living with her, he never let her own a pet because he thought it was cruel for the animal and not very hygienic. Once he even convinced her to get rid of a turtle that was given to her as a birthday present. But now she has decided to get a puppy, partly as revenge for leaving her and partly to help her forget about him. She names him "Man" because he sees him as half "Manuel" but still twice the man he was. Time goes by and the dog grows up but she can't forget her ex-boyfriend, and she doesn't want the dog anymore. So she plans to give him away, as a Christmas present, to her brother. She leaves him in the car and has dinner with her family but when she comes back to get him, the car is gone and so is the dog. She feels very sad and tries to find Man. Until one day, Manuel shows up at her door with him. He tells Ana a story of how he bought the dog at the market they used to visit when they were together, and how ...
Recorded at an Amsterdam, Holland, show on January 30, 2005 (when Popovic was 28), this concert paints a consistently exciting picture of her talents as a live performer. Popovic is as captivating on the aggressive, confident strut of "My Man" and Howlin' Wolf's "Sittin' on Top of the World" as she is on the moody, dusky jazziness of "Won't Let You Down" and the instrumental "Navajo Moon" (which was written in memory of the late Stevie Ray Vaughan, one of her major influences). Although very blues-friendly, Ana! Live in Amsterdam isn't strictly a document of a blues show -- rather, it is a document of a show in which the blues meet rock, soul, funk, and jazz. Personnel: Dominique Vantomme (piano); Fabrice Ach (electric bass); Denis Palatin (drums). Audio Mixer: Ronald Trijber.
O DVD intitulado Estampado da cantora e compositora Ana Carolina traz grandes sucessos e músicas inéditas na voz desse ícone da música brasileira. Você pode conferir faixas novas como "Escurinho", "Gente Humilde" e "Oração de São Francisco de Assis", além da interpretação da canção "Corsário" acompanhada pelo violão de João Bosco. O disco ainda conta com participações especiais de Chico Buarque, Chico César e Maria Bethânia. Imperdível!
Three different love-related stories -all starring María Vaner as different "Annas". In "The Earth," Anna is a young and idealistic woman on the verge of adulthood when her first relationship with a clerk shatters her dreams of a romantic life. In "The Air," Anna is a rebellious, easy-living type among some beach bums whose sexual leanings tend to tip the scale at active promiscuity. In "The Cloud," Anna only exists in the imagination of an introverted man, who dreams of his ideal woman.
Taking up the position as teacher of the Royal children of Siam, Anna Leonowens finds that her most difficult pupil is the heir to the throne, Prince Chulalongkorn. By circumstance, it is left up to Anna's son to educate the wayward Prince and through this process both boys learn to accept each other in spite of their differences.
Set up in Kodaikanal, the story revolves around Rani (Shobhana) an aspiring dancer. Rani meets Raja (Karthik Muthuraman) an aspiring painter and singer. They fall in love with each other as their mutual love for art unfolds at an arts institute/college. Meanwhile, Rani's father (J.V. Somayajulu) hopes to get his daughter married soon. But, Rani is bent on convincing her dad to accept Raja as her future spouse. Further, the drama unfolds when Rani's pregnant sister Kamala (Rajya Lakshmi) and her husband (Sarath Babu) along with their two kids visit from Chennai for Kamala's third delivery. Kamala's husband, who owns a recording studio, leaves to Chennai after a short stay in Kodaikanal.
The son of an American coffee importer forms an unlikely bond with his Colombia counterpart. This romantic comedy follows the pairing of two 20-somethings thrown together by a business feud that may result in an even more unlikely romance.
At eleven years old, Ana flees in enigmatic circumstances and, with no other option, is sheltered in the republic where her older sister lives with three other young women. Between sinks of dirty dinnerware, packets of instant noodles, colored glitter, beer bottles and Swedish films, Ana learns some important lessons. And in the process wins a new family.
Anna is a woman who sells flowers at the local market and whose only hope and joy in her life is her only son Amaurys. Raul, Amaurys' best friend, involves him in a drug deal which results in his death.
Trapped in a loveless marriage, aristocrat Anna Karenina enters into a life-changing affair with the affluent Count Vronsky.
Stark formal choices counterbalance profound emotions and vulnerability in this poignant lover’s goodbye.
The film raises some of the problems experienced by young people and also highlights on some of the issues facing society in the framework of the eastern Comedy
This three-minute film was far more akin to the American-style "happening" in that the content was not particularly extreme. It was built up from items such as broken bicycle parts, a nude model, pieces of furniture, and these elements were then obscured or transformed by having a layer of paint thrown on them.
Estrambotica Anastasia is a Venezuelan telenovela, produced by Coral International for Radio Caracas Television in 2004. It was written by Martin Hahn, who is known for telenovelas like "La mujer de Judas" y Amor a Palos". It lasted for 146 episodes, and was broadcast Monday to Friday on Radio Caracas Television. It was also broadcast in Mexico, on TV Azteca, the United States on Univision and TeleFutura, among others. Many of the actors who appear in Estrambotica Anastasia also apperared in Mi Gorda Bella and would subsequently appear in Amor a Palos in 2005.
Gritty Irish-language drama chronicling the difficult professional and intense personal life of Cathal Mac Iarnáin, a tenacious TV crime reporter who is obsessed with pursuing the story behind the story. But as single-minded as he is about uncovering the truth, he is often too busy chasing stories to notice that the world of crime hits closer to home every day.
Anatomy of Hope was a planned 2009 medical drama based on Jerome Groopman's book The Anatomy of Hope: How People Prevail in the Face of Illness about the lives of cancer patients in a hospital. The series was planned to be directed by J. J. Abrams and to be aired on HBO. It was not picked up to series.
Hank teaches you the wonders of Anatomy & Physiology!
Anatomy of a Scene is a television series produced by and aired regularly on Sundance Channel since 2001. As a tagline for the series notes, each 30-minute episode "dissects the art of filmmaking" of a scene from a specific film, often a film previously showcased at a Sundance Film Festival. An episode examines the scene from multiple perspectives, such as production design, costume design, cinematography, storyboards, writing, music, acting, and directing. Interviews with the cast and crew are interspersed with snippets from the film. Episodes of the show are often included on the DVD release of the films they study.
Rob Dyke presents Anatomy of Murder. The twisted minds of serial killers are explored in this informative and entertaining series. Tune in every Sunday!
Dr Adam Rutherford investigates the close relationship between discoveries in anatomy and the works of art that illustrate them.
Many begin as harmless breezes from Northern Africa; inoffensive winds that gradually move westwards over the tropical Atlantic Ocean, gathering energy from the warm seawater, building in strength and gradually forming the unmistakable spiral of extreme winds and thunderstorms that characterize hurricanes. Shot entirely in 3D, this three-part series has been produced over a three-year period, with crews standing in the path of hurricane landfalls, such as Sandy and Isaac, to witness the devastation wreaked by one of the most powerful forces on earth.