Based on a true story, a love affair develops between a half brother and half-sister. When pregnancy results and word gets out the public is outraged.
Drama series about the varied lives of a couple and their three grown-up daughters.
John Safran's Race Relations is an Australian comedy documentary television series by John Safran broadcast on ABC1 in 2009. The eight-part series is about cross-cultural, interracial and interfaith love. His globetrotting takes him to Israel, Palestinian territories, the Philippines, Togo, Japan, Thailand, UK, Netherlands and the United States.
Split between Los Angeles and New York, the series follows a group of 20- and 30-somethings over the course of a year as they navigate love and relationships in a world propelled by social media.
Shep Rose travels across the country looking for love and a committed relationship.
Sweet Relationship is a Taiwanese drama starring Vic Chou of F4, Alan Kuo, Megan Lai and Patty Hou. It is based on a Japanese josei manga Oishii Kankei by Satoru Makimura. It was produced by Comic Ritz International Production with Chai Zhi Ping as producer and directed by Chu Yu-ning. The series was first boardcasted in Taiwan on free-to-air Chinese Television System from 16 September 2007 to 27 January 2008, every Sunday from 22:00 to 23:30 and cable TV Gala Television Variety Show/CH 28 from 22 September 2007 to 2 February 2008, every Saturday at 21:00. It only received moderate rating despite the promising cast as well as story. The average rating of the drama after the final episode was 1.50.
Geoff and real-life wife Griffon talk about modern relationships and what love is in 2017. Relationship Goals is relationship real-talk (with a pinch of sass).
The Special Relationship is a 2010 American-British political film directed by Richard Loncraine from a screenplay by Peter Morgan. It is the third film in Morgan's informal "Blair trilogy", which dramatizes the political career of British Prime Minister Tony Blair, following The Deal and The Queen, both directed by Stephen Frears. The first drafts of The Special Relationship dealt with Blair's special relationships with U.S. Presidents Bill Clinton and George W. Bush. However, Morgan excluded the Bush scenes from subsequent drafts because he found the Blair/Clinton dynamic more interesting. Morgan intended to make his directorial debut with the film but backed out a month before filming began and was replaced by Loncraine. The film was produced by Rainmark Films and backed by HBO Films and BBC Films. The film stars Michael Sheen reprising his role as Blair, Dennis Quaid as Clinton, Hope Davis as Hillary Clinton, and Helen McCrory as Cherie Blair. Principal photography on locations in and around London, England ran from July 20 to September 4, 2009. The film was broadcast on HBO in the United States and Canada on May 29, 2010, and was broadcast on BBC Two and BBC HD in the United Kingdom on September 18, 2010.
Han Sang-eun immigrated to Australia with her family at a young age. After graduating from law school, she announces her plans to marry her American boyfriend Alex, a fellow attorney. But her father is strongly opposed to the match, because he has his heart set on her marrying Kim Yeo-joon, the son of his best friend who lives back in Korea. He orders her to meet the bachelor that they picked out for her before she goes ahead and marries Alex. Sang-eun finds herself exiled to Korea, where she reluctantly teams up with Yeo-joon, who is focused on his career and equally uninterested in marriage, to devise a plan that will allow them to avoid their impending wedlock.