Based on the true story of Benjamin Prufer and Sreykeo Solvan. The unexpected and uncertain love story of Sreykeo, a 21 year old bar girl in Phnom Penh and Ben, a young German student traveling to Cambodia on a post graduation summer trip. When Ben returns home to Germany he discovers that Sreyko is sick and he takes on the responsibility to save her. On the way he discovers a world where not everyone is dealt the same cards and where motivations are not always pure.
International art dealer Ron Hall must befriend a dangerous homeless man in order to save his struggling marriage to his wife, a woman whose dreams will lead all three of them on the journey of their lives.
Olivia Anderson is a successful young woman who met her childhood sweetheart during her family’s annual Christmas visit to Hawaii. After being separated by distance and years, the two reunite at the same Hawaiian resort years later, and the old chemistry between them flares up anew—but circumstances conspire to keep them apart.
A man and woman meet by chance at a romantic inn over dinner. Although both are married to others, they find themselves in the same bed the next morning questioning how this could have happened. They agree to meet on the same weekend each year. Originally a stage play, the two are seen changing, years apart, always in the same room in different scenes. Each of them always appears on schedule, but as time goes on each has some personal crisis that the other helps them through, often without both of them understanding what is going on.
The best of Led Zeppelin's legendary 1973 appearances at Madison Square Garden. Interspersed throughout the concert footage are behind-the-scenes moments with the band. The Song Remains the Same is Led Zeppelin at Madison Square Garden in NYC concert footage colorfully enhanced by sequences which are supposed to reflect each band member's individual fantasies and hallucinations. Includes blistering live renditions of "Black Dog," "Dazed and Confused," "Stairway to Heaven," "Whole Lotta Love," "The Song Remains the Same," and "Rain Song" among others.
Freeride, Freestyle and Alpine racing united! Legs of Steel presents the multi-discipline ski film 'Same Difference’. True to the credo –‘a film about skiers’, this documentary will provides a one-of-a-kind view into skiing’s diversity. Follow Alpine race legend Felix Neureuther through a testing competitive season full of ultimate highs and lows. Take a ride with Fabian Lentsch, Bene Mayr & Sven Kueenle as they venture to the nerve centre of freeride skiing in Alaska, and watch on with anticipation as Freestyler Paddy Graham and his gang attempt to redefine gravity with the biggest jump ever attempted. The start gates and slopes are different and the rewards may seem wildly contrasting, but it’s all just skiing in the end.
Taking the stage in Washington, D.C., funnyman Bill Burr brings his stinging brand of humor to the spotlight, uncorking a profanity-laced, incisive routine that pokes fun at plastic surgery, reality TV, gold diggers and more.
Leon and Noel are twin brothers. When Leon becomes interested in Abi and Abi becomes interested in Noel a love triangle is formed until Noel makes a declaration of his own.
Sara deals with her grief by trying to complete her late husband’s bucket list. Injuring herself on one of the tasks leads her to meet Dr. Ryan. A widower himself, Ryan begins to help Sara complete the bucket list. The two get close and Sara doesn’t want to betray her husband’s memory, so she stops seeing Ryan. However, Ryan doesn’t give up and helps Sara realize that everyone deserves a second chance at love
The movie "Same Same But Different" follows the transformative journey of Barbara Zangerl: For many years, Barbara was known as one of the best female boulderers in the world, being one of the first females to climb the grade of 8b. At the age of 19, and at the top of her game, a serious back injury meant that Barbara's success in bouldering would come to a abrupt close. Too eager and determined to leave her beloved sport behind, Barbara began to master rope climbing. With a whole new outlook on climbing, Barbara is repeating some of the hardest alpine routes around, including "Hotel Supramonte 8b" (Sardinia multipitch classic), "Super Cirill 8a" (Alpine crackclimbing Tessin) and "End of Silence" (Thomas Huber's 1994 classic at Feuerhörndl-Northface) "Same Same But Different" goes beyond the action, exploring Barbara's outlook, her past and her passion for climbing.
From peyote to prozac, a sensitive portrait of five former hippies now approaching middle age.
In the spring of 2004, Massachusetts began the final battle of its journey towards legalizing same-sex marriage. This documentary follows a few local couples & their families through the months leading up to & shortly after that defining occasion in LGBTQ+ history, culminating in their respective weddings. Also includes interviews with active opponents attempting to discourage the movement (& failing, of course). Premiered at the Independent Film Festival of Boston in April 2005, just a month short the decision's one-year anniversary.
Sequence of five shots, each one with a particular color treatment, in which a man carrying a machine gun runs. He moves fast in the beginning but, as the end comes closer, he starts to walk in zigzag. Is he hurt?
After losing over 120 pounds, he's new and improved, ready to tell everyone what's what. From being a big fan of first-term Obama to telling the best way to deal with cops in 2019, there's no denying Lavell is a voice to be reckoned with.
Bobcat Goldthwait is back with a vengeance in his long-awaited stand-up comedy special "You Don't Look The Same Either". The genre-defying Police Academy alum, comedian, actor, and now accomplished film director takes us on a hilarious journey through his 30 year career as an 80's icon to the guy who lit the tonight show set on fire... literally.
Same God (2018) In 2015, a black, female professor at a prominent Christian college wore a hijab and said that Christians and Muslims worship the Same God. The firestorm that followed exposed the rifts among evangelicals over race, Islam. religious freedom...and Donald Trump.
This Norwegian documentary was released in other countries as Lapland Calendar. In Disneyesque fashion, the film details the day-to-day existence of the Norwegian Laplanders. The "story" concentrates on the annual odyssey wherein the Lapland reindeer are shepherded to snow-free grazing lands. Not surprisingly, director Per Host is more fascinated with the reindeer than with the human characters -- and, by extension, so is the audience. The film was lensed in economical Eastmancolor, meaning that most existing prints have washed out over the past 40 years.
En El Mismo Equipo (On The Same Team, in English) is about the mixed feelings of a young rugby player. He tries to keep in the secret that he is gay, due to conformity mostly, but he struggles with it almost everyday. He longs to be free, but what exactly is freedom to the young man? He isn’t so sure himself.
The adventures of lesbian space aliens on the planet Earth, and the story of the romance between Jane, a shy greeting card store employee, and Zoinx, the woman Jane does not realize is from outer-space. Meanwhile, two government agents, or 'Men In Black,' are closely tracking Jane and the aliens while harboring their own secrets.
Same Name is an American reality television series in which an average person swaps lives with a celebrity with the same name. The series premiered on July 24, 2011 on CBS, however, after just 4 episodes, CBS pulled the low-rated series from its Sunday night line-up.
The Name's the Same is an American game show that was produced by Goodson-Todman for the ABC television network from December 5, 1951 to August 31, 1954, followed by a run from October 25, 1954 to October 7, 1955. It was alternately sponsored by Swanson and Johnson Wax for the majority of its run. It was also sponsored by the Bendix home appliance division of Avco early in its run, and Clorets and Chicken of the Sea tuna midway through its run. The show's final sponsor, Ralston Purina, also sponsored Ethel and Albert, the program that replaced The Name's the Same on the ABC schedule.
“Same Bed, Different Dreams” is a variety show where teens and their parents come and openly share their issues with the show’s panel. It is MCed by Yoo Jae Suk and Kim Gu Ra.
Cold War, the seventies. Lars is a Romeo agent from East Germany: he must go to the West side and seduce and spy on Western women who work in government or defense institutions.
Ploy plays a rich bratty woman who has gone through 2 failed marriages and one dead husband. Her best friend is played by Jui, a friend who is not really her friend. They are more like friend enemies. Jui has been having an affair with Ploy’s current husband who eventually dies in a car accident. Ploy finds out about the affair and ends their 13 year friendship. Also Jui’s character is pregnant with Ploy’s dead husband. Ploy finds love again with straight shooter Pope who loves her sincerely despite her terrible personality and sketchy history with men. They eventually get marry; however; problems with insecurities regarding trust starts to tear the couple down. The reappearance of Jui doesn’t help the couple either.
Ask the participants, “What kind of person is she or he?” Depending on what kind of relationship you are in with them, they think differently about you. The participants are the people around you. In this show, each week, new guest appears with their participants. Participants with different sight gather together and watch the guest’s real-life video with four emcees, Lee Su Geun, Jang Do Yeon, DinDin, and JR. In between the video stops and the participants has to guess the guest’s next move and the guest bet money on the improving relationship fund. The next move is unexpected. A game of guessing their everyday lives begins now.
Cultural and ethnographic identity is explored in Sápmi and other places.
Story of pride of a young noble woman (Pream) who is forced into marriage with a Chinese-Thai business man (Grate) to save her home. Ying Ai is a royal descendant and a prideful woman. At a young age Ying Ai was taught by her father to hate Jao Sua, a Chinese-Thai business man and a friend of her mothers. Ying Ai also believes that her father's death was caused by Jao Sua. In order to save her home, the Prakardiat Palace, from debt her father left behind, Lady Rattanawalee (Ying Ai's mother) agrees to marry Jao Sua to pay part of the debt. But as matters become more difficult, as her Adopted Uncle Prasit refuses the money from Lady Rattanwalee and claims that the money must come from Ying Ai. In order to get the Palace, Prasit will go as far as to kill Ying Ai to acquire the Palace, forcing Jao Sua to to engage Ying Ai to his youngest son, Ram. As luck would have it Ram refuses the marriage, allowing Rab (who gladly wants to marry Ying Ai) to marry Ying Ai, allowing for Ram's mother to control her son to hate the first wife's children. But after marriage, Ying Ai is put in the middle of the conflict between Jao Sua and her father's past, forcing her to choose between Rab or her father. Will Ying Ai let go about the past and have a happy ending with Rab? Will Lady Rattanawalee finally explain the past to her daughter? Will Ying Ai finally give in to her heart's desire?
Khun Ton is a writer who writes romance novels. Pimmapa is a brand manager at a cosmetic brand called Naree. Story starts out with Khun Ton taking pictures at a villa on the mountains and accidently captures Pimmapa on his camera. He is immediately memorized by her beauty. They have a short encounter where he returns her lost phone to her and they go their separate ways. Long story short, Pimmapa comes back to Bangkok and finds out her boyfriend P'Eak cheated on her with two women on her wedding day. She meets Khun Ton again on her vacation and they being to hang out. They come back to Bangkok again separately and things happen that leads Pimmapa to the bar where she gets drunk and is saved by Khun Ton from being kidnapped by bad men. He takes her to her condo and as she is drunk, she tells him about her corrupted wedding day and her horrible cheating ex-boyfriend. Khun Ton comforts her and tells her that there are still many good men in the world. Pimmapa forces him to sign the marriage certificate that she still kept from the wedding day. After a bunch of convincing and making him feel guilty, Pimmapa successfully gets Khun Ton to sign the marriage certificate. The next morning, they both wake up and Pimmapa finds out they both are husband and wife because they signed the marriage certificate, but because it was not turned into the state's office(or something like that), the marriage was not official. However, Pimmapa convinces Khun Ton to pretend to be her husband for the sake of her parents and he agrees. They end up being fake husband and wife through the story but begins to develop real feelings towards each other because of their jealousy. Khun Ton is jealous of Pimmapa because her boss Khun Triwin is in love with her and tries to get close to her. Pimmapa is jealous of Khun Ton because his almost fiancée Karakade finally meets him and she wants him. She pretends to be a good girl in front of Khun Ton's grandma, but is actually a very evil person. Bad things happen because of third wheel people in the story that wants Khun Ton and Pimmapa to separate. However, Khun Ton's sister Mint and his cousin Kingkaew, Pimmapa's friends and family supports them being together, even though they all found out that the marriage was fake. In the end, the bad people loses and Khun Ton and pimmapa ends up together. The ending scene is at the same villa where Khun Ton first captured a picture of pimmapa. They hug, kiss and do all those lovey dovey things that happen in every thai lakorn.
Samedi de rire was a Radio-Canada sketch comedy show in Quebec that aired from 1985 to 1989. Cast members of the series included Yvon Deschamps and Normand Brathwaite. The québécois analogue to Saturday Night Live, the title is itself a clever play on words: it literally means "Saturday of laughs", but is phonetically pronounced similar to ça me dit de rire, or "I feel like laughing".
Please! Psammea-don is a Japanese anime that was broadcast from 2 April 1985 to 4 February 1986 with a total of 78 episodes produced. This anime is based on the 1902 novel Five Children and It by English author Edith Nesbit. The anime differs from the novel in revolving around four children rather than five. Three of the children are siblings while the fourth is their friend and neighbor. The four children encounter the Psammead who, in the anime, is depicted as being yellow with a blue hat, and more of a grumpy and lazy being than mischievous. In Latin America, the series was known as Samed, el duende mágico and in France and Quebec as Sablotin. In the Arab world, it was known as Moghamarat Samid.