The idea for a documentary about the various responses to the purity movement and models for Christian dating and relationships over the last 20 years was the idea of Director/Producer Jessica Van Der Wyngaard. In early 2016, Jessica approached Joshua Harris while they were both pursuing master's degrees at Regent College in Vancouver, B.C. to discuss the idea of making such a film together.
Young-Hee lives alone at an apartment. She has separated from her pilot husband Sang-Jin, because he had an affair. Meanwhile, Jung-Hyo is pregnant, but her boyfriend wants her to have an abortion. Jung-Hyo goes to Young-Hee’s apartment and tells her she will stay there until she gives birth. Young-Hee is her boyfriend's mother. Living together, Young-Hee and Jung-Hyo fight with each other, but also come to understand each other.
Cha Ji-Won is a UDT officer of the Navy Special Operations Force. He is positive and has personal charm, but he falls into a desperate situation due to a friend's betrayal. He goes through numerous life or death situations. Cha Ji-Won then enters into a fake marriage with Swan to hide his identity. Through the bright persona of Swan, Cha Ji-Won falls in love and regains his trust of others.
Goodbye Solo is a 2006 South Korean television series starring Chun Jung-myung, Yoon So-yi, Kim Min-hee, Bae Jong-ok, Lee Jae-ryong, Kim Nam-gil, and Na Moon-hee. It aired on KBS2 from March 1 to April 20, 2006 on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 21:55 for 16 episodes. In the urban melodrama, seven lead characters of different generations and backgrounds are all haunted by loneliness; they gradually interact and form a "family" borne out of emotional connection and mutual understanding. Renowned for her in-depth, realistic portrayals of ordinary lives, writer Noh Hee-kyung said that the drama's theme is that all human beings are beautiful just the way they are, simply by existing in the world.
Shu Tajimage happens to meet Fumiyo Bessho, a former high school senior, by chance. He is a popular guy with many girlfriends. But he has to end these relationships out of necessity. After hearing his story, Fumiyo unintentionally mutters that this situation is exactly like Osamu Dazai's unfinished novel 'Goodbye'. Shu is moved by the queer coincidence.
The Long Goodbye is a mini series based on "The Long Goodbye" by Raymond Chandler, set in 1950s Tokyo.
Somebody founds a body of 40-year old woman in the park in Moscow. Police closes the case thinking that she died by natural causes. But her husband Sotnikov, who is a financial analytic and mathematic is sure that she was murdered. Having no legal or medical skills, he starts his own investigation and finds the proof of the murder but also he finds out that his wife had an affair.
Madoka Tsutsumi is a university student. He rarely expresses his feelings and he has never done an impulsive act in his life. One night, he sees an old man and a pink rabbit struggling physically. The pink rabbit seems surprised and asks Madoka if he can see them. The pink rabbit then introduces itself as the Angel of Death and says the old man is a ghost who died yesterday.
A huge Japan newspaper company decides to sell itself due to failing sales. An eager buyer for the acquisition is a domineering Japanese man like Donald Trump who heads a foreign company. A dynamic finance drama that questions the role of the media of the 21st century.
Goodbye Again is a series of four hour-long television programmes made by the British TV network ITV to re-unite Peter Cook and Dudley Moore and recreate their very successful BBC comedy series Not Only... But Also. The head of the network, Lew Grade, offered Cook and Moore a lucrative contract and the opportunity for network exposure in the USA. Whilst earlier attempts by the BBC to make another show with the duo had been turned down, they accepted Grade's offer with its promise of a larger production budget. Four shows were recorded, three in April/May 1968 and the fourth a year later. They were aired in the USA under the Kraft Music Hall Presents banner in 1969. A 90-minute compilation of material from the four shows was released on DVD in 2005 under the title The Very Best of Goodbye Again.
Hello, Goodbye is a Dutch airport reality television show produced by Dutch broadcaster NCRV and hosted by Joris Linssen. A British version of the show, aired on Sky 1, started on Thursday 19 February 2009 and is hosted by Kate Thornton, former presenter of Don't Try This at Home (TV series) and more prominently The X Factor, and was commissioned for 6 episodes airing over 6 weeks.
Witness touching stories from people in Canada's busiest airport - stories of romantic love and family reunions, journeys sparked by joy and grief. We share the thrill of anticipation, waiting for that familiar face to emerge through the doors and bittersweet moments as others embark on their journey and say their goodbyes.
Goodbye Dear Wife is a 2012 South Korean television series, starring Ryu Si-won, Hong Soo-hyun and Park Ji-yeon. It aired on Channel A from May 7 to July 10, 2012 at 20:50 for 20 episodes.
Goodbye Cruel World is a 1992 British miniseries starring Sue Johnston, Alun Armstrong and Brenda Bruce. The three-part series was aired on BBC One during January 1992 and was aired again in summer 1993. Johnston played the character of Barbara Grade, a woman who is diagnosed with a terminal degenerative illness, and the series focused on how Barbara and her family and friends deal with her worsening condition. It was written by Tony Marchant and directed by Adrian Shergold and was nominated for Best Drama at the 1993 British Academy Television Awards.
Never Say Goodbye is a Philippine television drama broadcast on TV5. It started on February 11, 2013.