Audrey and Morgan, two thirty-year-old best friends in Los Angeles, are thrust unexpectedly into an international conspiracy when Audrey’s ex-boyfriend shows up at their apartment with a team of deadly assassins on his trail.
Françoise has just been dumped by her husband for a much younger woman. In order to cheer her up, and to celebrate her 60th birthday, sisters Rose and Alice decide to take their mother to a resort on the tropical island of Reunion so they can relax, work on their tans, and have too many margaritas. But when Rose pays a one-night stand, Thierry, to show her mother a good time, their holiday plans start to unravel.
This romantic comedy satires the well-known dating manual "The Rules". The story follows Laura and Will, a couple to whom the word "commitment" isn't possible. Laura and her best friend Heather, use what they think to be the blueprint for a happy relationship, but to their dismay all plans backfire confusing the couple even more.
A woman discovers her husband cheating.
Piero C,a successful Turin television host, is dumped by his girlfriend, Beatrice; the abandonment left him in a state of deep depression. to the point he considers to end it all and leave his job. But his friends will try to make him recover through a series of bizarre experiences
A young woman sabotages her own wedding in order to reclaim her identity and obliterates her life in the process.
As a rejected woman’s world – and mental state - disintegrates around her, hell hath no fury as she plots and maneuvers to stop the wedding of her ex-lover and his new fiancée. Cold murder is not out of the question. She must stop that wedding by all means necessary. Intrigue, horrors, twists and turns, woven into the mysterious suspense of Diana's story as she fights to avoid loosing.....
Dumped is a British reality television programme which started on 2 September 2007 and aired nightly until 5 September 2007 on Channel 4. It involved 11 contestants living for three weeks on a rubbish dump next to a landfill site near Croydon, Surrey. The contestants who "survived" the 21 days and used only what they found on the dump were awarded £20,000 to share equally between them. The working title of the programme was Eco-Challenge. One contestant, Darren Lumsden, voluntarily left the programme on Day 3. The series was promoted with a large publicity campaign, which included advertisements on websites and a concert by the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra. The programme achieved a peak of 2.4 million viewers, although this was marginally less than the number of people watching other channels at the same time. The programme was criticised because it was filmed on an artificial landfill and for its choice of "fame hungry" contestants.