Gloria finds a power she never knew she had when she is drawn into a dangerous world of cross-border crime. Surviving will require all of her cunning, inventiveness, and strength.
The story of a young woman clinging on to her dream to become a beauty contest queen in a Mexico dominated by organized crime.
Series that faces the press and the power of the country, giving voice to the injustices.
Dr. Jason Bull is the brilliant, brash, and charming founder of a hugely successful trial consulting firm.
Live action series for pre-school children based around the small island community of Balamory in Scotland.
Balão Mágico was a very famous children television program in Brazil. The children that were the main stars of the program were also part of a musical group singing children's songs which was named after the program as A Turma do Balão Mágico. The program was aired by Rede Globo between 1983 and 1986, and the musical group released six albums under the Columbia label that sold together 13 million copies. Their biggest hit is the song Superfantástico, which is still popular more than 20 years since its release. The main cast and musical group was composed by: ⁕Simony: The only girl in the band. ⁕Tob: The older integrant at the group. ⁕Mike: Son of infamous British robber Ronnie Biggs. ⁕Jairzinho: Son of Brazilian musician Jair Rodrigues. ⁕Ricardinho: the last member of the group.
The summer of 1986 begins on a promising note for Erfurt sisters Catrin and Maja Streesemann – they’ve finally received a travel permit for their first holiday at Lake Balaton. The only thing is, they have no idea that they’re being watched by the Stasi as the spies in swimming trunks of the Balaton Brigade have been watching out for East Germans attempting to escape to the West, with the holiday resort as a starting point. Catrin is quick to make new friends at the campsite, especially winsome Rudi from Mühlhausen, whose overtures clearly aim for more than just friendship; younger Maja is magically attracted to the glamour of the elegant Balaton-Residenz luxury hotel where only Western tourists are allowed to stay. Fate leads them not only into the Balaton-Residenz, but also to Tamás, the Hungarian hotel boss. Catrin immediately falls for the charming Hungarian, but Maja is the one to steal a kiss from him at the first opportunity, casting a shadow on the sisters’ otherwise close relationship. And the next disaster comes along, as their mother Kirsten has every reason to believe that her daughters’ trip to Hungary could wreak havoc on the family after an ominous phone call from Hungary. Using a pretext, she persuades her husband Karl to start the Trabant and drive after Maja and Catrin.
A story of an obsessive women Nigar who crosses all limits to win her love interests which just marks the beginning of the worst that is yet to come. The drama truly sticks to its name as shown by the story.
Chen is a serious top student in school, both in studies and sports. He thought everything will be smooth-going... until he meets Wan, a carefree student. He dislikes him at first, but later he develops feelings for him. When Chen's dad, who is a gang leader, finds this out, the boys face opposition from their family too. On top of that, doubts come from friends, classmates and themselves too. Will they be able to love bravely?
Isabel Vilela is about to fulfill one of her greatest wishes. She’s been married for a year with the cheerful Danilo when she realizes that she’s pregnant on the eve of a romantic trip. Isabel’s professional life is also booming, with financial help from Danilo, she’s about to inaugurate her own architecture firm
Answered by Fire is a two-part television film based on the 1999 East Timor conflicts that led to East Timor's independence. The film is based on "Dancing with the Devil, A personal Account of Policing the East Timor Vote for Independence", which was written by David Savage, an Australian Federal Police Officer, who was based in Maliana during the vote, and where the fictional "Nunura " is based, and who returned to East Timor to lead investigations into the Crimes Against Humanity committed there. The book is Published by Monash University Asia Institute, Melbourne. David Savage was a technical and script consultant during the filming, and played a minor role. It stars David Wenham, Isabelle Blais, and Alex Tilman. It is a co-production between ABC in Australia and CBC in Canada, and was shown in Portugal on RTP as Timor: A Ferro e Fogo with Portuguese subtitles. It has also been shown on the Australia Network, which is available in Indonesia via satellite and cable, as well as other countries in Asia and the Pacific, and ION Television in the United States. It was released on DVD in Brazil as Resposta à Bala with a dubbed soundtrack in Portuguese.