In the end of the first Indochina War, an open-minded teenage boy finds himself between the urge to discover love and the ever-present, dominating affection of his mother.
Not Louis Malle's classic but the latest from director Sylvia Chang who, after years of absence from the helm, digs deep into her Taiwanese roots to tell a story about growing up, and letting go. Isabella Leong plays an uncertain painter, Mei, who drifted apart from her tour guide brother after leaving Liudau, the off-shore island of Taiwan, with their mother. Mei falls for an underachieving boxer, and begins years of soul searching in the city, where the siblings reunite under unexpected circumstances. What was remembered and forgotten are lessons that have profound consequences in this emotional drama.
Shizuku lives a simple life, dominated by her love for stories and writing. One day she notices that all the library books she has have been previously checked out by the same person: 'Seiji Amasawa'. Curious as to who he is, Shizuku meets a boy her age whom she finds infuriating, but discovers to her shock that he is her 'Prince of Books'. As she grows closer to him, she realises that he merely read all those books to bring himself closer to her. The boy Seiji aspires to be a violin maker in Italy, and it is his dreams that make Shizuku realise that she has no clear path for her life. Knowing that her strength lies in writing, she tests her talents by writing a story about Baron, a cat statuette belonging to Seiji's grandfather
Kang Shin-Woo is a math teacher with a good looking appearance. He has not forgotten his first love Han Ji-Soo for the past 10 years. By an accident, he travels to the past when he was a high school student. There, he meets his younger self. Kang Shin-Woo struggles to make the younger Kang Shin-Woo's love come true.
Elizabeth Thatcher, a young school teacher from a wealthy Eastern family, migrates from the big city to teach school in a small coal mining town in the west.
The Trevanion family decide to make a fresh start and emigrate to South Africa to set up an animal reserve.
Strong Heart is a South Korean talk show or talk battle broadcast by Seoul Broadcasting System. It airs on Tuesdays from 11:50 to Wednesdays 00:30. It is hosted by Lee Dong-wook and Shin Dong-yeop with Boom, Super Junior's Leeteuk and Eunhyuk as hosts of a special segment and regular guests along with Kim Hyo-jin, Jung Ju-ri and Yang Se-hyung, who are known as six-fixed guests. The program relaunched as a second season with Shin Dong-yeop and new hosts, actress, Kim Hee-sun, and singer, Yoon Jong-shin, in February 2013.
Scarlet Heart: Ryeo is the remake of Chinese drama Bu Bu Jing Xin that stars IU as a woman who gets time-warped back to the Goryeo dynasty, and becomes involved with a very large family of princes, some of whom are vying for the throne, or her affections, or both.
Rebel Heart is a 2001 British television drama miniseries starring James D'Arcy as the fictional Ernie Coyne, an Irish nationalist. It is in four parts, and set during the Irish War of Independence from 1916 until the end of the Civil War. Michael Collins was idolised by Ernie, and was consequently featured frequently, as a leader and as a friend. It generated a large amount of controversy before its release.
Scarlet Heart, also known as Bubu Jingxin, is a Chinese television series based on the novel of the same Chinese title by Tong Hua. Filming for the series started on 6 December 2010 in Shanghai and ended on 22 March 2011. It first aired in China on the Hunan Broadcasting System on 10 September 2011. A sequel, Bubu Jingqing, officially began filming in Tianjin, China, on March 2013.
A young Taiwanese assassin codenamed "Glass Heart" committed suicide by jumping off a building, and her heart was pierced by metal fence. Miraculously, her life was saved by heart transplantation. During her recovery she began to experience strange dreams, which lead her to Japan looking for the donor of her heart, who happens to be Kaori Makimura, former partner of City Hunter Ryo Saeba. The author mentioned in the first tankoubon volume that Angel Heart only shares the same characters of City Hunter but not its continuation. The events are all parallel universe, therefore it has nothing to do with City Hunter.
Park was mistreated by his stepfather and he mistaken that his mother doesn't love him so he ran away from home at a young age. He was helped by this rich man who took him in as a son. Amawasee is the niece of Park's stepfather. She was sad when Park left because he was nice to her and she has feeling for him. Years later Amawasee meets Park again as the man who brought the house his stepfather put on sale because the family was having financial difficulty due to Park's younger brother. Amawasee knew that he's her P'Park despite his cold demeanor but Park refused to accept that he's P'Park, calling himself Raj Rutchapbumi now. Then Amawasee was forced to marry his younger brother by her uncle. She agreed as a way to repay her uncle for raising her. After Park knew about the wedding between Amawasee and his brother he kidnapped her to his farm. He told her kidnapping her is part of his revenge against his family but really he didn't want Amawasee to marry his brother because he loves her. He blamed Amawasee as well for turning him into a cold and heartless person who has no family. To keep her by his side he must pretend to hate her but he knows she's the only person who has always been kind to him. She's the person who will mend his broken heart and patch things up between him and his family.
A Thai remake of the Korean Drama of the same name made in the year 2000. This follows a similar plot, there were two girls who were born in October. They had same birthday and were raised in the same village and in the same class. The story goes on and entwines the lives of these two characters within a tale of love and drama.
Heart of Greed was a 2007 grand production drama by Hong Kong's TVB. The reception was excellent for the series, and subsequently led it to win many of the TVB Anniversary Awards in 2007, including the 'Best Series' Award. It became 2007 highest rated series when it hit 48 points, within the final minutes of its finale. The series is currently re-running on TVB's Pay Vision Classic Channel, upgrading the series status as a classic. Due to the success of the series, TVB produced a spin off Moonlight Resonance and it was broadcast in 2008 featuring the majority of the original cast and a different storyline.
The series is about the struggle between two opposing schools of thought. Hua Xin Shi are those that collect the pure sentiments of people after they learn to let go of their obsession. Yang Xin Shi are those who collect the impure thoughts of people consumed by their own insecurities.
The story of Hugh Knight, a rising heart surgeon who is gifted, charming and infallible. He is a hedonist who, due to his sheer talent, believes he can live outside the rules. His "work hard, play harder" philosophy is about to come back and bite him.
The series revolves around the thoracic surgery department of a hospital.
The action of the series was placed in the romantic thirties of the twentieth century and speaks of the impossible love between Miroslav Balsic, the poor young man from the province, and Milena Novakovic, the rich successor to the bank's director. This series, together with the "Wounded Eagle" and "The Sorrow of Her Mother," is a kind of trilogy created by the novels of well-known Serbian writer Milica Jakovljevic, Mir-Jam, and realized by the same authorial team. According to the motives of her novel, the script was written by Zdravko Šotra. Miroslav Balsic (Ivan Bosiljcic) is an unemployed graduate lawyer who sings at bars because of his inability to find a job in the profession. Although he completely lost hope of getting a job, one day he will receive a letter in which a bank manager from the province invites him to be a teacher to his son who has problems at school and who offers him permanent employment in the profession if he returns his son to the right path . However, Miloslav falls in love with the daughter of a banker, beautiful Milena Novakovic (Sloboda Micaljovic-Cetkovic) ...
Cha Hong Do suffers from social phobia and has a problem with severe blushing. She does have a strong sense of curiosity and learns from books and the internet. One day, Cha Hong Do's grandmother dies. Her grandmother was her only contact to the outside world. Cha Hong Do then begins doing housework as a maid, but disguises herself as an elderly woman. Through an incident, she meets a psychiatrist, Ko Yi Suk.
Where the Heart Is is a British television family drama series set in the fictional Yorkshire town of Skelthwaite. First shown in 1997, it was created by Ashley Pharoah and Vicky Featherstone, and focuses on the professional and personal lives of the district nurses who work in the town. The original leads were Sarah Lancashire and Pam Ferris, who played sisters-in-law and colleagues at the Skelthwaite Health Centre. Both actresses had left the series by 2000; however, the format of at least two female leads continued with various different actresses until the show's end. A typical episode would focus on one or two medical storylines interweaved with personal stories featuring one or both nurses. One of ITV's longest-running shows, Where the Heart Is was known for being what has been described as a haven for former soap stars, including Lancashire, Philip Middlemiss, Samantha Giles, Kerrie Taylor, Brian Capron and Shobna Gulati. In October 2006, the series was cancelled after nine years, despite viewing figures of well over 7 million. The theme song "Where the Heart is" was performed by Prefab Sprout. It was released as a single and appears on the band's 38 Carat Collection.
Tenchijin is the 48th NHK Taiga drama. It airs on NHK from January 4, 2009 every Sunday from 20:00 to 20:44 JST to November 22, 2009 spanning 47 episodes. The story centers on the life of the 16th century samurai Naoe Kanetsugu. Production began on April 27, 2007. The story is based on the novel Tenchijin by Masashi Hisaka and was adapted for screen by scriptwriter Eriko Komatsu. The series' music composer was Michiru Oshima. The protagonist of the drama, Naoe Kanetsugu, was taught by Uesugi Kenshin in his youth that to conquer the world is a trifling matter, but what matters is to live one's life with righteousness. After Uesugi's death, Naoe supports Uesugi Kagekatsu, who holds the destiny of Echigo province.
Growing up in front of the camera as the most popular member of the Backstreet Boys, Nick Carter has lived a charmed life. Known for being the only single member of the band, Nick was deemed 'America's Most Eligible Bachelor' and reveled in the title. But now, all that's about to change – after years of playing the field (and the occasional bad romance) Nick Carter has finally found love, and is getting prepared to take the long walk down the aisle. Nick's fiancée Lauren Kitt is a smart, self-possessed woman who has become the center of his universe. But no one said love would be easy. Lauren may be the apple of Nick's eye, but his devoted fans aren't too pleased to see their idol snatched away by 'another woman'. Add to the mix Nick's demanding career, as well as both Nick and Lauren's outrageous families, and suddenly 'happily ever after' seems a whole lot more difficult to achieve. "I Heart Nick Carter" will follow Nick and Lauren as they chart the sometimes rocky path to 'I Do'. Will their love prove strong enough to overcome all the obstacles that stand in their way?