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Beautiful, and with a loving boyfriend by her side, the Parisian marketing consultant, Esther, is a successful young woman who seems satisfied with her life, until a profound laceration in her leg caught her attention. Indeed, underneath this elaborate façade, Esther conceals a more compulsive self, who, little by little, begins to develop an enthralling and equally compelling fascination for the taste of her flesh, burrowing deeper and deeper into an unknown realm of self-mutilation and dreadful cannibalistic pleasure. Now--as the blind primitive impulses devour Esther--her ever-growing fits of fetishistic self-consuming rage, inevitably, will become noticeable to everyone, and above all, to her worried boyfriend. However, he, too, stands powerless before troubled Esther's unsatisfied cravings. How deep must she cut to discover the truth?
The young boy Yusuf's best friend is his father, who supports his family's modest life with the honey he collects from tall trees in the forests of the remote Turkish countryside. Yusuf is a quiet boy, and his mother is concerned for his future. Perhaps he will follow in his father's footsteps, or perhaps school will offer him other opportunities. But the honey crop is failing, and Yusuf has trouble learning how to read. The greatest fear strikes when Yusuf's father doesn't return home from the forest.
In New York, the interior decorator Jan Morrow and the wolf composer Brad Allen share a party line, but Brad keeps it busy most of the time flirting with his girlfriends. They do not know each other but Jan hates Brads since she needs the telephone for her business and can not use it. Coincidently Jan's wealthy client Jonathan Forbes that woos her is the best friend of Brad and he comments with him that he feels an unrequited love for Jan, who is a gorgeous woman. When Brad meets Jan by chance in a restaurant, he poses as a naive tourist from Texas named Rex Stetson and seduces her. But Jonathan hires a private eye to find who Rex Stetson is.
A 32 years old single woman longs for love. An 183 days old frozen egg longs to be born. She fights flat out to look for a right man, or at least, a right sperm. Stored in liquid nitrogen,he eagerly waits to be born every day. They are each other's closest companion, and they are waiting for a chance of life. She falls in love with a man and goes to Nordic with this guy to make sure that he is the right person - - He falls in love with a frozen sperm and wishes to give her a big real hug one day. Can he be born? Will her love be a happy ending?
British sitcom about the misadventures of two high-powered career women, active on the London fashion scene. Edina "Eddy" Monsoon is a professional public relations agent, who owns her own PR firm. Patricia "Patsy" Stone is the fashion director in a top British magazine. In their professional lives, they are rather successful. They spend their free time by constantly indulging in cigarettes, alcohol and recreational drugs, while trying to stay young and to relive their glory days in the Mod subculture.
The success of the Sexy Delícia franchise makes Alice (Ingrid Guimarães) travel the world in an endless rush with no time to spend with her family; her husband João Paulo takes care of their children Paulinho (Eduardo Mello) and Clarinha (Duda Batista). Tired of all the hustle and bustle, Alice decides to turn the business over to her mother Marion (Denise Weinberg). However, young competitor Leona (Samya Pascotto) makes her own plans.
A young girl aspires to change the face of aviation. Fly Like A Girl is more than just a film. It's a movement of young girls and women relentlessly pursuing their passion for aviation. A field currently dominated by men. Hearing first-hand stories from girls and women who dared to aim higher. From a lego-loving young girl who includes female pilots in her toy airplanes, to a courageous woman who helped lead shuttle missions to space, Fly Like A Girl shows us that women are in charge of their own destiny.
A semi-fictional account of the friendship between country music stars Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn in the early 1960s is presented. Before their meeting in 1961, they led somewhat parallel lives as poor and simple country girls trying to make it big in the business - Patsy's career whose at the time was far more advanced than Loretta's - and both being in loving yet far from perfect marriages. While Patsy largely controlled her career with her management team regardless of the wants of her then second husband Charlie Dick, Loretta's husband, Oliver Lynn, more commonly known as either Doolittle or Mooney, controlled Loretta's life, including her career, he wanting to maintain her simple image without any "whorish" embellishments such as makeup. The reason for their meeting could have easily have gone the other way instead of friendship. In that new relationship, Patsy largely became a mentor to Loretta, both in how to forward her career and by association how she needed to stand up to Mooney. Their friendship was not always a smooth one, largely in Loretta's implication, whether she actually meant it or not, that Patsy did not focus enough time on family, especially her children. That friendship would have a premature end with Patsy's tragic death in an airplane crash two years later.