Three different people in Mexico City are catapulted into dramatic and unforeseen circumstances in the wake of a terrible car crash: a young punk stumbles into the sinister underground world of dog fighting; an injured supermodel's designer pooch disappears into the apartment's floorboards; and an ex-radical turned hit man rescues a gunshot Rotweiler.
Hubby latches onto a series of side-pieces and wifey finds it increasingly hard to put up with his behavior.
Fifteen year ago, Carlos went to the cinema to meet Júlia, his university colleague with whom he was in love. She never showed up. Carlos was left waiting in the lobby alone. While he waits, something happens which will change his life. A scene, an encounter, an unfinished sentence... Something insignificant, but which will determine the character's life. Fifteen years later, we follow three completely different versions of Carlos's life. In one, he is a man divided between the stability of a secure life in a lukewarm marriage, and the growing desire to live a great love affair. In the second, he is homosexual and places passion above all else. In the third possible life, Carlos is a man who hasn't yet discovered love, and lives through successive disastrous relationships in search of the perfect woman. One of them is his real life. Another is not his life. And a third is the life he'd like to lead. Which is his true life ?
Aurora, a renowned and talented Spanish painter, travels to Puerto Rico accompanying her boyfriend Mauricio, who must be reunited with his family after many years. The visit will generate chaos and will open wounds of a terrible past.
In Rio de Janeiro, at the end of the millennium, a group of friends share their lives and experiences with each other. They are mostly middle-aged. A man and woman are inseparable buddies involved in a friendship that's more like extended therapy and philosophizing sessions. Their dialogs dominate the film, and involve many other people. Chief among them: his daughter, her boyfriends, the her husband, mistresses and lovers including an HIV positive gay Brazilian recently back from abroad.
Amores explores the world of acting from its most basic and solitary form: the monologue. If only an actor, a text, and someone who hears it are needed to make an acting exercise, then Amores offers fourteen splendid acts from renowned professionals in Puerto Rico. Amores is composed by different monologues that, in set, offer reflection on aspects of love. In this manner, the title becomes a statement: amor es... (love is...)
During the course of six months, thousands of religious leaders such as Archbishops, Bishops, Priests and Pastors among Catholics, Evangelicals and Anglicans, were contacted through internet and recorded via webcam having virtual sex with an actor. Besides Brazil, scenes were recorded involving clerics in various countries such as the United States, the Netherlands, Spain, France, Belgium, England, Costa Rica, Mexico, Germany, the Philippines, Italy or even the Vatican. This work reveals the practice behind the hypocrite hate speech against homosexuals and mainly the severe damage that it causes in families around the world, especially among the younger part of the population.
Francis is a young gay man, Marie is a young straight woman and the two of them are best friends -- until the day the gorgeous Nicolas walks into a Montreal coffee shop. The two friends, instantly and equally infatuated, compete for Nicolas' indeterminate affections, a conflict that climaxes when the trio visit the vacation home of Nicolas' mother. The frothy comedy unfolds through narrative, fantasy sequences and confessional monologues.
Two couples get to know what we all dream about: love at first sight. The problem is they meet it with different people to the ones they are engaged with, and they are just at seven days to get married. Up to that moment, they have to reconsider what’s love and what’s a habit, and to face them going against an idea with an expiration date: marriage. "Love of my loves" is based upon the successful mexican theatrical play "Un dos tres por mí y por todos mis amores", and explores compromise, doubts and commitment mixing drama and comedy.
"Take my love" is a documentary film about "Las Patronas", a group of women who daily cook, pack and throw food to the migrants riding the "Beast" train.
Miles buys himself a state-of-the-art computer that starts expressing thoughts and emotions after a having champagne spilled down on him. Things start getting out of hand when both Miles and Edgar, how the computer calls himself, fall in love with Madeline, an attractive neighbour.
An ugly duckling having undergone a remarkable change, still harbors feelings for her crush: a carefree playboy, but not before his business-focused brother has something to say about it.
A wild teenage girl orchestrates a romance between her nanny and her father, who is a recovering addict.
Two melancholy Hong Kong policemen fall in love: one with a mysterious female underworld figure, the other with a beautiful and ethereal server at a late-night restaurant he frequents.
Rita Santiago's father, Don Antonio, stubbornly refuses to give permission for her to marry Julio Bertolin, a struggling medical student, because he wants his daughter to marry a rich Brazilian. Because of this, Julio leaves medical school and determines to gain wealth and position for himself by becoming a singer.
Meus Amores no Rio is a thin romantic comedy about a young woman (Suzana Freyre) who wins a trip to Rio de Janeiro on a television quiz show. Being both young and attractive and excited about the city, she manages to enchant three different men. The first man to fall for her is a pilot, and then there is the journalist, and then a womanizer.... Each encounter reveals more of the city and its impressive vistas, a fourth important protagonist in this film.
A small group of amateur cooks and kitchen guests discover exactly why some refer to the kitchen as the "heart of the house".
Passion knows no limits. Doomed tells the story of Leandro (Cauã Reymond), a sophisticated sommelier and a real Don Juan. After returning to his native city, he has a romance with Celeste (Dira Paes), who is married to a powerful businessman. Due to his insatiable appetite for women, he also becomes involved with Isabel (Patrícia Pillar), the wife of his boss, Jaime (Murilo Benício). For Leandro, seducing women is just a game until he is taken by surprise upon falling in love with Antônia (Isis Valverde), the couple’s daughter. This young girl makes him question his convictions and together, they are thrown into a thrilling story of desire, jealousy and revenge.
Amores verdaderos is a 2012 Mexican telenovela produced by Nicandro Díaz Gonzalez for Televisa. It is based on Amor en Custodia, produced in Colombia, Argentina, and Mexico. Erika Buenfil, Eduardo Yañez, Eiza Gonzalez and Sebastian Rulli star as the protagonists, while Marjorie de Sousa, Francisco Gattorno, Guillermo Capetillo and Enrique Rocha star as the antagonists.
Amores Cruzados is a telenovela produced by TV Azteca and Caracol TV Internacional. It premiered on 2006. The protagonists are David Zepeda, Michel Gurfi, Ana Lucia Dominguez and patricia Vasquez. The telenovela was film in Mexico and Colombia.
Son amores is an Argentine telenovela originally broadcast between 2002-2003. It was produced by Pol-Ka Producciones & broadcast by Canal 13 in Argentina.
Amores De Mercado is a Spanish-language telenovela produced by the United States-based television network Telemundo and RTI Colombia. This limited-run series ran for 125 episodes from June 14, 2006 to January 12, 2007. It aired in Europe and the Middle East on Zone Romantica. This show was retitled simply Amores in mid-run. Head writer Basilio Alvarez was replaced by Eric Vonn and the storylines and characters went in a new direction. When Telemundo reaired the show in daytime in 2009, the shorter title was used for the entire series. BTV started to air this telenovela on November 22, 2006 in Bulgaria.
Hay Amores Que Matan is a Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by and seen on Venezuela's Radio Caracas Televisión. Jose Simon Escalona was the director of production, Victor Fernandez was the executive producer, Marco Godoy was the general producer, Mateo Manaure was the director of exterior scenes, and Renato Gutierrez was the general director. This telenovela lasted 120 episodes and was distributed internationally by RCTV International.
Amores de Mercado is a Chilean telenovela produced by TVN. Original of Fernando Aragón and Arnaldo Madrid. It was written by Alejandro Cabrera, Arnaldo Madrid, René Arcos, Marcelo Leonart and Larissa Contreras. Directed by María Eugenia Rencoret, Víctor Huerta and Enrique Bravo.
Los Carmona viven en el campo y su vida cambiará radicalmente cuando el gobierno les expropia su terreno y se mudan a la ciudad. En su nueva casa se encontrarán con la adinerada familia Velasco con quienes tendrán muchas aventuras.
Amores de Fin de Siglo is a Venezuelan telenovela that was produced by and seen on Venezuela's Radio Caracas Televisión. It was written by Leonardo Padron, Carlos Perez, Mariana Reyes, and Doris Segui, scripted by Carlos Perez, Mariana Reyes, and Doris Segui and directed by Luis Manzo. Carmen Cecilia Urbaneja was the telenovela's Executive Producer, Leonardo Galavis was the Exterior Director, and Leonor Sardi was the General Producer. This telenovela lasted 133 episodes and was distributed internationally by RCTV International.