A man who has failed as a father and husband commits a heist to make money for his fledging business, but things become complicated when his wife interferes.
An alcoholic falls in love with and gets married to a young woman, whom he systematically addicts to booze so they can share his "passion" together.
Diane Blaine has the face of a movie star. Unfortunately, fallen star/tabloid queen Jamie Stephens already made it famous. Hollywoods constant rejection due to what Diane refers to as "TJS" ("Too Jamie Stephens") has made her bitter, frustrated....and, yes, whiny. Co-worker/boyfriend Jack Sanders doesn't help matters. His idea of ambition is letting it ride. Now he's in major debt to a trigger-happy mobster who, interestingly enough, has a thing for Jamie Stephens. Jack's only way out? Convince Diane to be Jamie and wipe out the debt having one meal with a made man. It's literally the performance of her life. With Jack's on the line.
An investigatory story that centers around an Assistant Commissioner of Police, Ratheesh Vasudevan who uncovers the mystery behind the illicit killing of a young communist, Anoop.
Wine is a 1913 movie starring Roscoe Arbuckle and Ford Sterling.
Filmmaker Emily Railsback and award-winning sommelier Jeremy Quinn provide intimate access to rural family life in the Republic of Georgia as they explore the rebirth of 8,000-year-old wine-making traditions almost lost during the period of Soviet rule.
Music fans know Maynard James Keenan as the frontman of such bands as Tool, A Perfect Circle, and Puscifer, but in this documentary filmmakers Christopher Pomerenke and Ryan Page offer a closer look at one of the prolific rocker's more unexpected hobbies -- winemaking. Along with his business partner Eric Glomski, Keenan has managed to transform an arid stretch of Arizona desert into a lush vineyard that yields some particularly tasty grapes. Through unguarded conversations with Keenan and Glomski, Pomerenke and Page discover just what got the pair interested in winemaking, and why they chose such a hostile natural environment to serve as the site of their winery.
Chinese film directed by Xia Gang.
An epic saga of the Habdza family of vineyard keepers set in western Slovakian countryside at the beginning of the 20th century. Director Andrej Lettrich's novel adaptation talks of plotting, forbidden love. family discord, and struggle for heritage and power. The story is engaging thanks to the impressive performances of popular actors, dramatic situations, and sensitive music. Red Wine is not so much inventive in terms of auteurship as it is a work of excellent craftsmanship. The resulting picture is a costume production neatly adapted to the character of Slovak rural life in the past.
A middle-aged woman and her daughter unknowingly become romantically involved with the same man while vacationing in France.
In Ireland they say it takes just three alcoholics to keep a small bar running in a country town. But what if you've only got two?
Together with numerous bottles of wine, three girls come rolling out of a car, on their way to the club. There, we witness the familiar nightlife affairs, including debauched dancing, crowded ladies rooms and grabby old guys. Before long, the ‘wine broads’ from this colourful, comic animation film get into a quarrel with other women, resulting in a huge and sweeping bar brawl. But even when the ladies end up in jail, it does not put an end to the festivities.
A frustrated actor travels to Spain in search of a playwright, a trip that unexpectedly binds him to a group of five previously unconnected people.
Based on a play be Rachel Crothers, WINE OF YOUTH is a solid drama about "the modern young generation" and how they think they know it all. It's also a play about love and marriage.
Abandoned to the convent as a baby, Joaquina is about to take her vows as a nun when she learns the truth about her parentage – that her mother still lives, and her father was real-life revolutionary icon Tiradentes, who fought and died for Brazilian independence.
Wine Tasting follows the lives of four men who are professional wine tasters. They sacrifice considerable sums of money and time in order to pass the sommelier exam. Their relationship is tested when one out of the four guys doesn't pass - leading to a series of scandalous repercussions.
The members of the Popinot family of French champagne tycoons suspect that the widowed head of the family Charles Popinot is keeping a mistress in Rome and generally living a wild life. Unbeknownst to them he has happily re-married and had a son with a much younger woman. She believes he is twenty years younger than he really is and is shocked when his relatives including his mother, grown-up sons and granddaughter arrive in Italy.
The Kabocha Wine is a Japanese manga series written and illustrated by Mitsuru Miura. It was serialized in Kodansha's Weekly Shōnen Magazine from 1981 to 1984. The Kabocha Wine received the 1983 Kodansha Manga Award for the shōnen category. The sequel to the manga, The Kabocha Wine - Sequel is a one-shot manga published by Seirindo on October 15, 2006. The third series of the manga, The Kabocha Wine - Another is published by Akita Shoten. It has been adapted into an 95 episode anime series by Toei Animation. The sequel to the anime was in the form of an animated movie, called The Kabocha Wine: Nita no Aijou Monogatari, which was released on July 14, 1984 by Toei Animation. On October 26, 2007, wint released a DVD for the live-action movie adaptation of the third manga series, called The Kabocha Wine - Another. Directed by Hitoshi Ishikawa, the movie starred Yoko Kumada.