John flies over to Paris to find out his girlfriend Elizabeth. He finds a mysterious fashion designer named Lea and her assistant Claire, and it turns out that Lea was Elizabeth's friend in Paris. Lea says to John that Elizabeth married and moved away. The passion starts to appear between John and Lea, when Lea's business partner Vittorio tells John another version of Elizabeth's fate.
An erotic story about a woman, the assistant of an art gallery, who gets involved in an impersonal affair with a man. She barely knows about his life, only about the sex games they play, so the relationship begins to get complicated.
An investment banker travels to Louisiana to snag the account of an eccentric millionaire but gets involved with his lusty wife, Mardi Gras, and (possibly) a satanic cult. The events in and around New Orleans change him forever and give a new slant on The American Dream.
Jang Tae San is a man who has been living a meaningless life and never thinks toward his future. He is on the run after being falsely accused of murder. Furthermore, he discovers that he has a daughter who is now suffering from leukemia. The drama spans exactly two weeks, and tells about Tae San's desperate struggles to save his daughter.
This Week’s Music is an American syndicated half hour television show originally hosted by Livingston Taylor, brother of singer James Taylor. Similar to American Bandstand, the show featured dancers in a studio, music videos of popular hits, and live musical guests. In 1984 the show aired five days a week in some markets. Many consider this show as the predecessor to Club MTV. Courteney Cox and New York radio personality Al Bandeiro took over for Livingston Taylor toward the end of the show's run. This week’s music is a joint production of The Entertainment Television Company and Viacom International. The show’s Executive Producers are Charles Koppelman and Martin Bandier.