This is a life story of three girlfriends from youth to autumn ages. Their dreams and wishes, love, disillusions...
True Tears is a Japanese anime television series produced by P.A. Works and directed by Junji Nishimura. The anime aired in Japan on the TV Kanagawa television network between January 6, 2008 and March 30, 2008, containing thirteen episodes. The anime shares almost nothing in common with the visual novel of the same name that preceded it, using an entirely different story with different characters, and a different art style. An Internet radio show hosted by three voice actresses from the anime was also produced to promote the anime. The anime has been released by Bandai Entertainment in an English subtitle-only box set. A Blu-ray box set released in Japan contained an extra three-minute epilogue.
Shining Tears X Wind is a Japanese anime based on the PlayStation 2 games Shining Tears and Shining Wind. Shining Tears X Wind presents an adapted version of Shining Wind's story, seen from the perspective of the character Souma. It is directed by Hiroshi Watanabe and produced by Studio Deen. The series started airing in Japan on April 6, 2007, and finished airing on June 29, 2007. The anime has the same opening and ending themes as the game Shining Tears. A sequel to this is a mobile game entitled Shining Wind X, which was released in January 2008.
Set in a fictitious land during a medieval-like era of magic and fantasy, Tears to Tiara unfolds with the Divine Empire’s rise to power as it conquers and rules lands far and wide. On the island of Erin, still ruled by the Ancient Kingdom, the Goidelic people are attempting to sacrifice priestess Riannon to revive protagonist and demon king Arawn to lead the resistance against the Empire. Although the ritual fails and Riannon survives, the seal imprisoning the demon king is broken and Arawn is resurrected. Armed with mysterious and devastating powers and a human’s demeanour, Arawn joins Riannon, her brother and battalion commander, Arthur, as well as their team of fighters comprising a swordsman, an archer and a quintet of magical pixies, in the epic struggle against the Divine Empire.
More Tears is a seriocomedy television series that was broadcast by CBC Television, as a short run programme; it was written and produced by Ken Finkleman following the success of The Newsroom, and was partly a remake of 8½, by Federico Fellini. As in The Newsroom, George Findlay is the protagonist of More Tears, as a documentary producer, who manipulated his subjects in order to create better television drama. In the final installment, Findlay abandoned the documentary form to film a satire of the neo-conservative government of Mike Harris, the Premier of Ontario. The programme also explored the personal life of George Findlay, his unhappy marriage, and his unhappy extra-marital affairs. The cast of More Tears also included Hrant Alianak, Yank Azman, Arsinée Khanjian, Leah Pinsent, Evan Solomon, and Kenny Vadas. Finkleman's next project for the CBC was the series Foolish Heart.
Gears and Tears was a British television documentary series that originally aired on the Northern Ireland variation of BBC One in 2010. It followed the story behind a BriSCA Formula One Stock Car Racing season and followed a bitter battle between two dominant clans in the sport: the Wainmans from Yorkshire and the Smiths from Lancashire. Over the nine-month season, the film makers got unprecedented access to this world of everyday heroes, who come from all walks of life. Although the Wainmans and the Smiths are the central characters, other drivers who appear in the series included Nuneaton-based father and son Rob and Chris Cowley, and Leicestershire double glazing company manager Paul Hines. The programme was narrated by Ralph Ineson and produced by Charlie Clay who also produced Trawlermen. It was initiated by lifelong stock car fan and assistant producer on the show John Lakey who has worked on other BBC shows such as Top Gear, Wrong Car Right Car, and Panic Mechanics. A large amount of on board mini-cameras that were used in the series brought stock car racing to life in a way that had never been seen before.
A struggling performer, working as a stunt woman finds her taking up another person’s identity and being married off to a playboy hotel heir. Kaimook's mother needs money so she went to borrow money from this lady's who has a daughter. The daughter was supposed to marry Keerin but she already had a boyfriend and did not want to marry him. After that the Lady wants Kaimook to work at the house as a servant. one day Kaimook was working at the house, both the mother and daughter were out, Kaimook tried on a dress and Keerin was there to see his wife-to-be. He mistook Kaimook for his fiance and he liked her. After that, he is ok with marrying and the Lady asks Kaimook to marry Keerin in her daughter's place. Kaimook did, married life was hard because Keerin's mother really hate her. She is trying her best but Keerin is starting to fall in love with Kaimook. Kaimook's real mother is Joojin, a Korean famous actress, and her father is a Thai musician. What will happen, can Kaimook win over Keerin's mum, and what will she do when her parents are not her real parents?
Sugisaki Momoko used to be a nursery school teacher. Her difficulty smiling leads to communication problems with parents and her contract is terminated in one year. Momoko is picked up by ‘Little Snow’, a home care service for sick children, and makes a fresh start there as a caregiver. When a child has a fever, the caregiver would visit the home and care for the child in place of the parents who simply cannot take time off from work. Momoko encounters all sorts of families at the places she is sent to. With the support of her colleagues and the occasional help of her best friend, Yumika, she starts to face work, romance, family and friendship.
This drama depicts the turbulent period spanning from the reign of King Taejo (born Lee Seong Gye), the founder of the Joseon dynasty, to King Sejong.
Based on the Sweden novelist Jonas Gardell's novel Love, the story of the struggle the homosexual community had with AIDS, during which time a lot of people who were lovers and family members died. The story is also about family and society's refusing to accept the gay community during that time.
1 Rittoru no Namida is a Japanese television drama for Fuji Television about a girl who was diagnosed with an incurable degenerative disease at 15, but was able to continue her life until her death at the age of 25.
BBC Three follows the lives of seven newly qualified junior doctors as they begin their new placements at New Cross Hospital in Wolverhampton.